Thursday, December 11, 2008

2008 Golden Globe Awards Nominations -- Best Motion Picture, Drama & Comedy/Musical

Alright, here's post #2 of the 2008 Golden Globe Awards Nominations. In post #1 we heard the nominees for Best Original Song. Here we take a look at the nominees for Best Motion Picture, both for Drama and for Comedy/Musical. As of today, I've only seen 1 of the 10. We'll see what the count is by Sunday, January 11, 2009.

***Please Leave a Comment of which ones are your favorites :) ***

You can find a full list of nominees at the HFPA Website, or you can just click Here to get to the list directly.

** BEST MOTION PICTURE, DRAMA **



The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button
Warner Bros. Pictures and Paramount Pictures; Warner Bros. Pictures and Paramount Pictures


Frost/Nixon
Imagine Entertainment, Working Title, Studio Canal; Universal Pictures


The Reader
Mirage Enterprises; The Weinstein Company


Revolutionary Road
An Evamere Entertainment BBC Films Neal Street Production; DreamWorks Pictures in Association with BBC Films and Paramount Vantage


Slumdog Millionaire
Fox Searchlight Pictures and Warner Bros.; Fox Searchlight Pictures and Warner Bros.



** BEST MOTION PICTURE, COMEDY/MUSICAL**



Burn After Reading
Working Title/Releasing Company; Focus Features in association with Studio Canal


Happy-Go-Lucky
Summit Entertainment, Film4, Ingenious Film Partners, Miramax Films; Miramax Films


In Bruges
Blueprint Pictures; Focus Features


Mamma Mia!
Relativity Media, Playtone, Littlestar; Universal Pictures


Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Mediapro; The Weinstein Company

3 comment(s):

Sherri said...

Mamma Mia!

sisonymous said...

F'in Bruges!
I saw Vicky Cristina too. Pretty, but not that funny.

Cedric said...

F'in Bruges... does that mean it was good or bad?

I Really didn't like Burn After Reading.

I wanted to see Happy-Go-Lucky, then I saw from the trailer and that it's very British, so now only maybe.

And since VCB is pretty but not very funny, I guess that it's skippable. I need a STRONG recommendation to go see a Woody Allen film.

Though the singing seems hokey, I want to see Mamma Mia for the Colin Firth.