Written by Cousin Dog

Monday, 15 January 2007

With less than 24 hours, here are the predictions of Samuel Michael Schildkraut for winners of the upcoming Golden Globe Awards:

(Best Drama)

(Best Comedy)

(Best Actor - Drama)
Forest Whitaker - The Last King Of Scotland

(Best Actress - Drama)
Helen Mirren - The Queen


(Best Actor - Comedy )
Aaron Eckhart - Thank You For Not Smoking

(Best Actress - Comedy )
Toni Collette - Little Miss Sunshine

(Best Supporting Actress)
Kikuchi Rhiko - Babel

(Best Supporting Actor)
Eddie Murhpy - Dreamgirls

(Eddie Murphy should have won the Best Actor Oscar for The Nutty Professor, and if the slim character of Buddy Love were as mean and scary as he should have been than nobody would argue that he would have been at the very very least nominated for the Oscar, and he somehow lost the Golden Globe that he was nominated for in that role,
also, there should be a globe category for supporting performances in drama and one in comedy for both film and television; and finally where is the nomination for Alan Arkin in Little Miss Sunshine)

(Best Director)
Martin Scorsesse - The Departed

(Marty is one of the few directors who met me, but he never casted me in anything, I was an extra in his film Casino)

Best TV Drama

Best TV Comedy

( I ain't into dope but this show should win )

Best Actor in Drama
Patrick Dempsey - Grey's Anatomy

Best Actress in Drama
Patricia Arquette - Medium

Best Actor in Comedy
Alec Baldwin - 30 Rock

Best Actress in Comedy
Mary Louise Parker - Weeds

Best Supporting Actor
Oka Masi - Heroes

Best Supporting Actress
Emily Blunt - Gideon's Daughter

Best Mini-Series or whatever
Prime Suspect = The Final Act

Best Actress in a mini-series
Gillian Anderson - Bleak House

Best Actor in a mini-series
Andre Braugher - Theif

( Braugher WAS NOT nominated for his supporting performance in Glory but that Oscar went to Denzel Washington for the same movie and overlooked for that same 1989 film year was Morgan Freeman in Lean on me for his lead althought he was nominated for his lead in Driving Miss Daisy and was also in Glory, and Meg Ryan wasn't even nominated for her lead in When Harry Met Sally nor was Carrie Fisher for her supporting role in that same film, and there was nothing for Matthew Broderick in Glory for his lead, or for Best Picture there was nothing for Glory).

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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