80th Golden Globe Awards



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Jenna Ortega Photo
Jenna Ortega as Self - Nominee & Presenter
Cole Hauser Photo
Cole Hauser as Self - Presenter
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Ana de Armas as Self - Nominee & Presenter
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Anya Taylor-Joy as Self - Nominee
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by df16699n8 / 10

8/10 for the 80th Globes

Award shows are a polarizing event for sure, but they are fun to watch if you love movies and tv shows like the ones that were nominated and won at the 80th Golden Globes. I wasn't sure how the globes would be this year after the controversy that caused the awards not to be televised last year, but this year's return to TV marked for a very enjoyable show. Jerrod Carmichael had his moments, he certainly has a strong stage presence, even if all his jokes didn't land. The highlights were speeches by legends such as Steven Spielberg and Eddie Murphy, recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award, who provided by far the best joke of the night at the end of his speech. Jeremy Allen White's win for The Bear as well as a Best TV Drama win for House of the Dragon were great to see. In the end the right film won too, as Steven Spielberg's fantastic semi-autobiographical film The Fabelman's took home Best Picture-Drama, hopefully the first of many Best Picture wins for The Fabelmans which might be the most obvious Best Picture frontrunner in years in my opinion. Nice return overall for the Globes. 8/10.

Reviewed by ThunderKing67 / 10

Award season is back

That means I had to watch people stand up and walk for 3 hours.

This review has been written and submitted on the date of January 11 2023.

About: Actors, producers, director and actresses receiving a trophy for tv shows, movies they played in. Many actors and co desereved the trophy because they were part of a good show.

Production: High quality and they help make the awards and show. Actually matter. The Mc/Host did a good job talking and making people be engaged. Tho he's a no name actor he don well.

Does anyone get box'd? No.

Should you watch this? Yes, please use up 3+ hours and watch the GGA.

Reviewed by blanbrn8 / 10

The Golden Globes are back! Austin wins for Elvis and Steven shines as best director!

They're Back! "NBC" once again returned the "Golden Globes" after not televising the awards show last year it came back with the 80th edition hosted by comedian Jerrod Carmichael and his jokes were funny yet they did push the envelope and toll the line! The tributes was spot on and well deserved as two Murphy's were honored that being bold filmmaker Ryan Murphy who's works are always super great and real and actor and funnyman Eddie Murphy was honored for his fine long body of work!

On the TV side the big winners were "ABC's" "Abbott Elementary" and Evan Peters won a best actor award for limited series for his work as the gruesome Jeffrey Dahmer from "Netflix's" series. And Mike White's "The White Lotus" series from "HBO" brought him best director and the actress award went to the bold brash Jennifer Coolidge for a best supporting turn for the limited series, as "HBO" proves their gem series still produce winners.

On the movie side as expected young pretty boy newcomer Austin Butler won best actor in a drama film for his all pro turn as Elvis he's still in form as his voice is still talking like Elvis! And the legend Steven Spielberg won for best director and his personal film "The Fabelmans" won for best drama picture making it the Oscar front runner best picture. And Brad Pitt the man shined in the crowd with his new smile! Glad to see the Globes are back as even though it ran a little over it was a well done awards show which kicked off the awards season so brightly with a shine.

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