The best men won at the shonkiest ever Golden Globes last night (some chubby bloke with a moustache and a line of lovelies sitting on fold-up chairs replaced the usual glamooooour thanks to that darstardly writers striking), namely Sweeney Todd for Best Comedy or Musical (it’s a musical, by the way), and Atonement for Best Drama.
Other winners we totally agreed with were (do you like what we’re doing here? Making you jump over to find out…?)…
Julie Christie bagged Best Actress in a Drama for Away From Her, Daniel Day Lewis (bit mad but used to be cute) won the same (but Actor) for There Will Be Blood.
Johnny Depp (for once deservedly) won Best Actor in a Dolly Musical for Sweeeeeeneeeeeey, while the cheeenius Marion Cotillard won Best Actress in a Musical for playing Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose.
Cate Blanchett copped the Supporting Actress in a Moving Picture (we’ll be the judge of how moving it was, thank you) for I’m Not there, where she dresses up as Robert Dylan, while the hornsome Javier Bardem got something similar for No Country For Old Men.
And even the telly awards were right up our street: Longford won as did Samantha Morton for being Myra and Jim Broadbent for being Lord Longford; Extras won as Best Comedy and the ‘you so would’ Jeremy Piven for the ‘really good but no one’s seen it’ Entourage.
Three cheers for that judging panel. Hip hip…