Golden Globes 2014: The best moments – by S.

Articles and reviews that look at the Golden Globes minute by minute you already read several (or, in any case, you might find several), so I'll just point out the moments, in my opinion, the evening's finest.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, presenters for the second consecutive year, have amply fulfilled the expectations, as confirmed by the 20.9 million viewers, that makes this year's Edition the most watched from the 2004.


Already in (long) opening monologue you will find some of the best lines of the night: "Gravity is the story of how George Clooney would rather float away into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman his own age"; and the best part is coming after, When the whole room, starting from Sandra Bullock, If the big laughed.


Tina and Amy had more or less for all the A-list celebrities, that there are many, in fact, Amy pointed out that Matt Damon "in any other room, on any other night you would be a big deal; "but tonight, and don't take this the wrong way, you're basically a garbage person". Point of honor to the person concerned that, Once on stage for his turn in the role of presenter, Specifies “It's me, the garbage man”.

Matthew McConaughey slimming to Dallas Buyers Club was incensed and praised ad nauseum that that of Anne Hathaway for "Les Misérables" in 2013, and that's why I personally enjoyed Tina Fey's observation: "for his role in Dallas Buyers Club, He lost 45 pounds. Or what actresses call being in a movie". Luckily now that won (with one of the speeches of thanks more obnoxious never felt) We can go further and talk about something else. Hoping it won't give him the oscar of Leonardo DiCaprio.

A pleasure for viewers also irony of Martin Scorsese, he laughed merrily at both digs him. In the first, talking about the Golden Globe Award for lifetime achievement went to Woody Allen this year and Scorsese in 2010, Amy called it "the award for the tiniest man with the biggest glasses"; the second came at the conclusion of the speech of welcome, escalamazione with Tina Fey's "we're going to get this show done in three hours or, as Martin Scorsese calls it, Act one!".


Home of this renowned author the first award of the evening, namely for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture, won by Jennifer Lawrence for her role in American Hustle (I may have rejoiced sitting on the couch doing scare the cat, but I do not confirm and not); When I saw her in that dress I feared all was lost, but Jlaw is unstoppable; Now let's hope the Oscar.


The golden globe for "the classiest man" goes to Michael Douglas what a, After months of rumors of divorce never officially confirmed, He received the golden globe Award for Best Actor in a mini-series or Tv Movie(for Behind The Candelabra) and thanked Catherine (Zeta-Jones).

A standing ovation for Leonardo DiCaprio, winning as Best Actor in a Comedy for “The Wolf of Wall Street”: At last!! With ten nominations and only two WINS at the Golden Globes, more actor snubbed in the history of all existing film awards; yesterday was nominated in the Best Actor category of the Oscars, It is the right time?

And for the first time someone (Tina Fey) said aloud what everyone always thought: "and now, like a supermodel vagina, Let's give a warm welcome to Leonardo DiCaprio!". Obviously, He received with class.


Such Andy Samberg, instead, the golden globe Award for "most surprised winner": Nobody expected victories for Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the cast of Brooklyn Nine-Nine; in receiving the award, Samberg appeared so genuinely surprised and excited that it was impossible not to be happy for him.

Side note: We have all noticed the shaking hands with DiCaprio incredulous that Andy Samberg walked past to get to the stage: just Leo being the gentleman that he is.


Apart from all these speeches, the best moments of events of this type are the short seconds that you take before advertising break, When everyone stands up as teenagers at school to now change. This year, the winner is Jennifer Lawrence, that perfectly sums up the evening: wine in one hand, Golden Globes in altra.


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