Seriously, why bring Ricky Gervais back as host?
I used to be a fan of Ricky Gervais when he was on “the Office” way back when. But over the last few years he transformed into an insult comedian. Which would be fine, if he were still funny.
Last night Gervais even recycled some of his past Golden Globes jokes: Angelina Jolie adopting anyone joke. There was also his Mel-Gibson-has-issues joke. He even did a Charlie-Sheen behaves badly joke. The only gag missing was one about “The Tourist.”
It was a nice moment when Sylvester Stallone won a Globe for his acting in “Creed.” From everything I’ve heard, it’s a well deserved award, and I can’t wait to see the movie when it hits digital.
But come on Sly, at least thank director Ryan Coogler and costar Michael B. Jordan. I don’t think you’d be up there without their help.
Unless of youse you’re planning a “Stop, or my Mom will Shoot” reboot, in which case you may win another Globe.
I’m very happy “The Martian” won the Golden Globe for Best Comedy or Musical, and Matt Damon won for best actor in a Comedy or Musical.
But I refuse to call “The Martian” a comedy. Silly Golden Globes, tricks are for kids.
I will happily sit anywhere and watch anything Jennifer Lawrence does. And as I’ve told the wifey, JLaw could just walk across the room and I’d be a happy camper.
However, her best actress win felt… safe. Don’t get me wrong, Lawrence was without a doubt the best part of “Joy.” But if this isn’t Amy Schumer’s year, then it never will be.