So while we've spent the past day recovering from The Golden Globes, we asked Fandango users what they thought were the biggest snubs and surprises of this year's awards show. We also surveyed them to see what they thought was host Ricky Gervais's best joke. Clearly, you have a lot of love for Bridesmaids.
So while we've spent the past day recovering from The Golden Globes, we asked Fandango users what they thought were the biggest snubs and surprises of this year's awards show. We also surveyed them to see what they thought was host Ricky Gervais's best joke.
Unlike the Hollywood Foreign Press, Fandango users clearly have a lot of love for Bridesmaids, voting Kristen Wiig's loss in the best actress category and the movie's best picture, comedy loss as the top two snubs.
And then there was Ricky. Three of his most outrageous jokes came in the opening monologue, which you can watch below. The British comedian targeted Jodie Foster, Kim Kardashian, Justin Beiber and Martha Stewart's turkey baster during the six minute intro.
Do you agree with the results below? Was there a snub or a surprise that should have made the list? And if you're in the mood to vote on more movie topics, jump on over to Movies Without Pity where this week you can pick the movie with the most ridiculous plot, best addition to an on-going franchise, most adult-friendly kids movie and nine other polls.
Top 5 Snubs:
1.) Kristen Wiig, Bridesmaids, best actress – comedy
2.) Bridesmaids, best comedy/musical
3.) Viola Davis, The Help , best actress – drama
4.) Elton John, "Hello, Hello" from Gnomeo & Juliet, best song
5.) The Help, best drama
Top 5 Surprise Wins:
1.) Michelle Williams, My Week With Marilyn, best actress – comedy
2.) Madonna, "Masterpiece," W.E.. best song
3.) The Descendants, best drama
4.) The Adventures of Tintin, best animated feature
5.) Meryl Streep, The Iron Lady, best actress – drama
Top 5 Most Outrageous Ricky Gervais Jokes:
1.) The Jodie Foster/Beaver joke
2.) Kim Kardashian vs. Kate Middleton comparison
3.) Justin Bieber and Martha Stewart's turkey baster
4.) Madonna/'Like a Virgin"
5.) Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek and the English language
I really thought that War Horse should have won Cinamatography and Best Picture
01 - 20 - 2012
Comment from: ELI
Excuse me, but this is Viola Davis' year!
01 - 23 - 2012
Comment from: Norma
I approve of many of the nominations for best picture, but cannot understand how "Extremely
Loud--" could be considered, since it wasn't released until 2012. Also, I believe That they missed the boat, when they snubbed Ryan Gosling in"Ides of March" for best actor. He totally stole that picture away from Clooney and gave a great performance, To me, that''s what acting should be!
01 - 25 - 2012
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