reading through them over at The Film Experience just now left me wishing for a cocktail or ten and its a little bit early for that. Love for desperate dreck like A Star is Born is expected this season so I'm not letting that actually bother me, but a Best Picture (Drama) nomination for Bohemian Rhapsody is some real bullshit, as is a snub for all things Hereditary, and then this...
I am personally affronted by a nomination for the music for A QUIET PLACE for anything, unless there is a category for "Best Ruiner Of The Entire Concept Of The Movie"— Jason Adams (@JAMNPP) December 6, 2018
... actually gives me stomach pains. What a bad, bad decision that is! Especially when you've got Thom Yorke making gorgeous haunting music right over there in Suspiria! Ugh, Globes. But that's just it - it's the Globes, they gonna Globe, there's no point working one's self up into a froth. So let's look for happy things... which are all, weirdly, among the TV stuff. Here are a few of my favorite things...
5 of My Favorite Globe Nominations
Supporting Actor, TV
Ben Whishaw for A Very British Scandal
Actress in a Limited TV Series
Laura Dern for The Tale
Very much here for scenes of Daniel Brühl barking boot-lacing commands at a submissive Luke Evans on #TheAlienist pic.twitter.com/xlwt9QV2vo— Jason Adams (@JAMNPP) March 4, 2018
Actor in a Limited TV Series
Daniel Brühl for The Alienist
Best Actress & Supporting Actor, Movie Drama
Melissa McCarthy & Richard E. Grant
for Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Limited TV Series
The Assassination of Gianni Versace
Runners-up: Timothee Chalamet in Beautiful Boy,
Stephan James in Homecoming,
all of the ladies in The Favourite,