75th Anniversary Golden Globe Winners Countdown

Scene from "12 Years a Slave"
Ana Maria BahianaDecember 30, 2017

The second decade of the new century brings dramatic changes to the industry: international markets become leaders in ticket sales, super hero,...

Moonlight movie poster
Silvia BizioDecember 27, 2017

Golden Globe and Oscar winner Moonlight is a chronicle of the childhood, adolescence, and adulthood of a young, African-American gay man – Chiron...

La La Land movie poster
Philip BerkDecember 27, 2017

It will forever be remembered as the film that won the Academy Award and then didn’t. But for many, it should have. Of course, the Hollywood...

The Revenant movie poster
Silvia BizioDecember 27, 2017

Leonardo DiCaprio went wild, literally, in The Revenant, trekking through the wilderness with just a bear skin on his bare body, wild hair, and...

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The Martian movie poster
Philip BerkDecember 27, 2017

Another controversial year! No one thought The Martian was funny except maybe the New York Times critic, but it did have a lot of humor in it, and...

The Grand Budapest Hotel movie poster
Philip BerkDecember 27, 2017

WOW! What a year for winners and losers! The HFPA had two shots at naming Best Picture, but neither Golden Globe winners, The Grand Budapest Hotel...

Boyhood movie poster
Silvia BizioDecember 27, 2017

In May 2002, director Richard Linklater said that he would begin shooting an untitled film in his home city of Houston. He planned to film for a...

12 Years A Slave movie poster
Silvia BizioDecember 27, 2017

British director Steve McQueen had been toying with the idea of writing a script about slavery, featuring a black man who had been born free and...

American Hustle movie poster
Philip BerkDecember 24, 2017

A last-minute entry, this David O. Russell black comedy was like no other, and it blew everyone away. It was nominated for seven Golden Globes and...

Les Misérables movie poster
Philip BerkDecember 24, 2017

You tend to forget that the world’s most popular musical began as a concept album with music by Claude-Michel Schönberg and lyrics by Alain...