Sunday, January 11, 2009

Golden Globe Awards

Some observations...

Jennifer Lopez looks amazing.

Viola Davis looks fantastic - something about her looks more youthful than usual - almost schoolgirlish.

Don Cheadle wears a bald head beautifully.

Eva Mendes, who already has it going on, looks stunning, with turquoise bling around her neck (a Van Cleef and Arpels, circa 1974), laying on her beautiful caramel skin. Her stylist is brilliant.

Okay, the dress isn't bad, but Drew Barrymore should not have worn that color, I don't care if her eyeshadow does match (whoever said that was a look?), and that hairstyle is not flattering.

I love Ricky Gervais.

Johnny Depp is all about the work - I love that about him. Makes him sexy.

The stars must be in alignment - everybody's skin is is dewey, supple, shiny and healthy looking.

Maggie Gyllenhaal looks like she's wearing cheap sheets gathered with a rubber band at the shoulder, and a thick nylon elastic belt around her waist. No. Just, no.

Gerard Butler is hot.

I'm pulling for Slumdog Millionaire, drumroll...

YEAH!! Best screenplay - Motion Picture - Slumdog Millionare!!!
Best Original Score.
Best Producer.

Okay, Monk didn't win. You know I was pulling for Tony Shalhoub. It's okay. He's won many awards and has already proven himself.

What in the hell is Renee Zellweger wearing? Some kinda wide, fishtail thing that's solid black from the waist down, sheer black at the top, with what looks like a white t-shirt underneath - whatever.

Laurence Fishburne should not have worn that red tie.

Who let Tracy Morgan take the mic?

Steven Spielberg is the man. That's all.

A quasi aside: I love the Irish!

The co-stars of Slumdog Millionaire are adorable!

Mickey Rourke won Best Actor, Drama, for his work in The Wrestler. I loved Mickey Rourke a long time ago. I believe it was during the time of Year of the Dragon. Apparently, he's still has it, at least in terms of acting. I'm sure there's a story behind the indoor, nighttime sunglasses, the hair, and the skin that looks a leeeeetle too tight for a mature man such as Mr. Rourke, but when I look at him, I'm taken back to that time when he was brilliant and beautiful, and I absolutely loved him.

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