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Old 01-12-2009, 10:51 AM   #121
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What did he say about Guy Richie and Madonna that had Penelope Cruz looking disgusted and a bunch of almost-boos from the audience? I missed what he said.
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He was talking about the recession and how it affected celebrities. Madonna had to let go of one of her servants "Guy Ritchie". Something like that. I have to look for the youtube video. Just classic.!
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Ha! That's pretty funny. Watching/hearing the reactions, I thought it was something really offensive or something. I'm surprised that got the reaction it did.
I cringed when he said it. I thought it was obnoxious, and Richie/Madonna's best friends Sting & Trudie were in the audience. I guess my feeling about that is it's too soon to be making fun of their divorce. I understand when you're famous you set yourself up for that kind of thing but even though it wasn't the worst thing that could be said it seemed out of place and without basis, not that I follow celebrity gossip much to even know, but they seemed to be a well-liked couple amongst their celebrity peers. I don't know quite why it rubbed me the wrong way but it did. I guess I just thought it was mean rather than funny, like as though just because Madonna got divorced there must be a joke in there somewhere. Maybe people are just fond of Guy Richie?
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Old 01-12-2009, 11:04 AM   #122
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YouTube - Sacha Baron Cohen Insults Madonna At Golden Globes 2009

I thought it was hilarious even making fun of his own movies. Madonna has a big ego so I don't worry about her.
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Old 01-12-2009, 11:31 AM   #123
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Leonardo DiCaprio is fast becoming the Martin Scorcese of acting. Will the poor guy ever win? I thought he should have taken home all the major awards for The Aviator, but that didn't happen. He was fantastic in that role. Sean Penn was my first choice for Best Actor tonight, but he has notoriously unfriendly relationship with the Hollywood Foreign Press, so I wasn't holding my breath. I think Leo should have won, though, over Mickey Rourke. He was brilliant in Revolutionary Road. I'm thrilled Kate took home both awards, and now I really want to see The Reader. I'm beyond excited that Mad Men took home a much deserved best drama series. I was disappointed that January Jones and Jon Hamm didn't pick up the Best Actor/Actress trophies. Hugh Laurie was my second choice for Best Actor, but he's already won twice, so I'm ok with him not winning this year. Also, with all the John Adams love, I'm really thinking I need to see this. I'm a history geek, so I'm pretty sure I'd like it. If any of you have seen it, is it worth the watch? On a shallow note, I agree with those who say that Drew Barrymore's hair looked ridiculous, but her dress was my favorite of the evening. The color, the style, it was gorgeous.
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Old 01-12-2009, 12:22 PM   #124
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I don't like Sacha Baron Cohen but I don't find that comment too upsetting... perhaps it's because a lot of British award ceremonies generally have comedians presenting and making such gags.

*see Russell Brand hosting the VMA's*
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didn't care for Cohen or his jokes
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Old 01-12-2009, 12:40 PM   #126
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Hugh Laurie was my second choice for Best Actor,
I was rooting for him because he always makes the funniest acceptance speeches!
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Old 01-12-2009, 01:26 PM   #127
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Leonardo DiCaprio is fast becoming the Martin Scorcese of acting. Will the poor guy ever win? I thought he should have taken home all the major awards for The Aviator, but that didn't happen. He was fantastic in that role. Sean Penn was my first choice for Best Actor tonight, but he has notoriously unfriendly relationship with the Hollywood Foreign Press, so I wasn't holding my breath. I think Leo should have won, though, over Mickey Rourke. He was brilliant in Revolutionary Road.

Leo DID win a Golden Globe for The Aviator. Jamie Foxx won the same year for Ray (musical or comedy category), and went on to take the Oscar.
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Ha! That's pretty funny. Watching/hearing the reactions, I thought it was something really offensive or something. I'm surprised that got the reaction it did.
I thought it was pretty funny too. I guess the people who were booing were Sting and Trudie.

I'm glad Kate Winslet seems to be a shoo-in for an Oscar finally. Maybe now she would stop crying or giving dirty looks to those who win over her.

And Ricky Gervais was hilarious!
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Add me to the list of people disappointed Michael C Hall or Dexter not winning.

And Ricky Gervais is
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Old 01-12-2009, 01:46 PM   #130
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Maybe now she would stop crying or giving dirty looks to those who win over her.
Say what, now? I've never seen her do that - did she really? Not my Kaaaaaaaaaaaaate!

I did, however, see video of Angelina Jolie giving bitch-face to Anne Hathaway at the Critics' Choice Awards. ha!
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As much as I like Leo, I didn't think his Rev Road performance was particularly strong.
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Say what, now? I've never seen her do that - did she really? Not my Kaaaaaaaaaaaaate!

I did, however, see video of Angelina Jolie giving bitch-face to Anne Hathaway at the Critics' Choice Awards. ha!
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VH1 Critics' Choice Awards: Anne Hathaway Vs. Angelina Jolie! - Anne Hathaway News - Celebuzz

It's not like she threw a hissy or anything, but she looks very unamused. I, however, remain amused.
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As much as I like Leo, I didn't think his Rev Road performance was particularly strong.
Did you review this film?

I didn't either, though I saw it a couple days ago. I thought they were both very good. I think Winslet's been better but she had a few scenes that were up there with her best. Leo didn't do anything particularly interesting, but I did certainly feel his character's pain and struggle.
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