Golden Globes Recap

The 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards took place last night hosted by the lovely Tina Fey and the enchanting Amy Poehler. The opening monologue was both hilarious and memorable. It featured a (perhaps over the line) shot at Bill Cosby. Out of the gate they tackled The Interview, which featured Margaret Cho playing a North Korean movie columnist. It was very nice of them to give her work and remind us that she was once famous. Watch the full monologue here!

Honoured at this year’s ceremony was George Clooney who received the DeMile award. After a great tribute beforehand he gave a great speech reflecting on his past present and future. You can see that below.

Ricky Gervais arguably gave the best presentation of the night which you can see here:

The big winner last night was Boyhood, taking home three awards including BEST MOTION PICTURE DRAMA, Patricia Arquette for BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A MOTION PICTURE and Richard Linklater for BEST DIRECTOR.

Grand Budapest Hotel also came out big with BEST COMEDY.

Birdman was also a big winner with Michel Keaton taking home BEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY and BEST SCREENPLAY.

The Affair was a big winner on the television taking BEST TELEVISION SERIES DRAMA.

Kevin Spacey was given the award for BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES DRAMA for his performance as President Francis (Frank Underwood) in House of Cards.

The night was filled with laughs, surprises, and shocks. This marks the last time Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the Golden Globes, leaving audiences wishing for the grand return of Ricky Gervais (or maybe not). It was a great year for movies, and award season is well under way. Stay tuned as the Oscar nominations are just a few short days away.