Golden Globes 2020 Best, Worst and Most WTF Moments

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1917’ Winning Best Director and Best Drama: Sam Mendes’ World War I film has a lot going for it, from its gorgeous cinematography to the technically impressive accomplishment.

Brad Pitt Reminds You Why He’s a Movie Star: On a good night for Hollywood’s good guys, Brad Pitt completed his recovery from the implosion of his marriage to Angelina Jolie and his public.

Little Women’ (and Women in General) Get Shut Out: Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Little Women has been widely lauded as one of 2019’s best films — but you’d never know it from browsing.

Michelle Williams Speaks Out: On the Emmys stage last fall, Michelle Williams made an impassioned plea for equal pay. Last night, after winning the award for Best. 

Ricky Gervais’ Hateful Hosting Job: We know that Ricky Gervais’ whole schtick is detached scorn. But on his fifth round of hosting the Golden Globes.

Tom Hanks Reminds Everyone That Decency Exists: Look, it’s a cliché at this point to say that Tom Hanks is an all-American, all-time good dude.

Winner Weren’t Afraid to Get Political: Despite the host’s half-sarcastic reproach about winners not using their speeches as a platform to “lecture the public about anything.

Parasite’ Takes Best Foreign Language Film: No movie this year felt more relevant to our current socioeconomic state than Korean writer-director Bong Joon Ho’s visionary tale.

Quentin Tarantino Thanks His Favorite Person: Quentin Tarantino is a legendary talker, but not a legendarily good one. He has a shtick: He speaks and excitedly, like a hyperarticulate 10-year-old.

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Awkwafina Nabs Best Actress in a Comedy for ‘The Farewell: Awkwafina  first made a name for herself as a rapper and comedic actress, but her win for her first dramatic leading performance.

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