Music be the food of Globe nominations, at least as far as this category is concerned. Singing is prominent for four of the five nominees, and even Ellen Page co-carries a brief tune in "Juno."
There's but one nominee here who brandished no weapon other than words and intellect, and that's George Clooney. His is a quieter strength, but strength nonetheless.
In a canny piece of red-carpet showmanship, Tom Hanks turned heads at the Jan. 9 U.K. premiere of "Charlie Wilson's War" by sporting an Aston Villa soccer club scarf.
No actor from a straight-up, unabashed comedy has won a Golden Globe since ... last year, when Sacha Baron Cohen stole the show for "Borat."
The Golden Globe for directing has tended of late to go to established veterans, often to repeat winners such as Clint Eastwood and Martin Scorsese, and to visually straightforward productions of…
Only in its second year, the Globes' toon category remains relatively unproven.
The recent history of Golden Globes screenwriting winners reveals a couple of trends. First, recent titlists tend to have at least five total noms. This year, "Atonement" has seven while "Charlie…
Javier Bardem has all but owned this category among the domestic critics, winning a dozen honors before the end of 2007, so most of the remaining suspense involves whether his performance affected…
Appropriately enough for a Boston-set film, Amy Ryan looks about as dominant in the supporting actress category -- at least among the various critics awards -- as the 16-0 New England Patriots did…
For 15 years now, we have been writing a year-end celebration of critics quotes -- but, mysteriously, some folks are under the mistaken impression that we're mocking these blurbmeisters.