Our predictions for the Golden Globes 2023, movies

The Golden Globes return to television this Tuesday, January 10. Inisher’s Banshees and All of a sudden Everywhere dominate non-animated films, but Babel, Fabelmans or Tar could do well.

Back to normal, or almost, for the Golden Globes. A boycott by a good portion of the Hollywood establishment following accusations of racism, sexism, harassment and corruption against the event’s organizer, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), forced the latter to a minimalist version of the ceremony in 2022. no audience, no red carpet, no star to enliven the night, no TV channel to broadcast it! The HFPA’s reforms to greater transparency and inclusion (particularly by recruiting new members to improve minority representation) have clearly convinced NBC, which will air Tuesday’s 80ᵉ Golden Globes live. 2023, live from the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles (from 1:10 a.m. in France on Canal+). Hosted by comedian Jerrod Carmichael, awards are expected to be presented by Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis, Natasha Lyonne and Quentin Tarantino.

On the cinema side, films intended primarily for theaters are leading the nominations after the 2022 release, when platforms take the lion’s share of production. Banshees of Inisher, Martin McDonagh’s (pseudonym) very dark comedy is the film with the most nominations (a total of eight categories). Everything Everywhere At Once, Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert’s (six) crazy (and independent) fantasy fantasy. follow babylon A gorgeous homage to 1920s Hollywood by Damien Chazelle and fablemen, Steven Spielberg’s autobiographical chronicle leads with five nominations each Elvis, A biography of Elvis Presley by Baz Luhrmann, tar, Todd Field’s multi-author film with Cate Blanchett and Pinocchio, Guillermo del Toro’s animated film for Netflix (three nominations each). Here are our predictions for the main categories.

best drama film

Steven Spielberg’s “Fabelmans” was praised by American critics.

Photo by Merie Weismiller Wallace/Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment

Three box office behemoths (elvis, by Baz Luhrmann, Top Gun: Maverick, By and by Joseph Kosinski Avatar: The Waterwayby James Cameron) meets two other modestly auteur films (on a Hollywood scale, of course) that went viral when released in the US: tarTodd Field and fablemen, by Steven Spielberg. Which has won (deserved) critical acclaim in the US and, given the Golden Globes’ voting body of journalists, should win.

Best Comedy or Musical

Edward Norton, Madelyn Kline and Daniel Craig

Edward Norton, Madelyn Kline and Daniel Craig in Glass Onion – At Knives Out, Netflix’s satirical Cluedo.

Photo John Wilson/Netflix

The Golden Globe distinction between ‘dramas’ and ‘comedies’ or ‘musicals’ makes for interesting classifications to say the least. Banshees of Inisher, Martin McDonagh’s film is certainly rich in dark humor, but an abysmal sadness and babylon Hollywood blockbusters in Hollywood by Damien Chazelle, sometimes very dark, find themselves cataloged as “comedies”, whileelvis, Whether or not it’s constantly (or almost) bathed in live music, it’s vying for the title of best drama… Glass onions – in a dispute, The satirical Cluedo, a great Netflix show, has all the assets to win, but in this post it can beat it. Everything Everywhere At Once.

Best actress in a drama

Cate Blanchett,

Cate Blanchett, the tyrannical conductor in Tár.

Photo by Florian Hoffmeister – Focus Features – Universal Pictures

Ana de Armas gives the role of her life as Marilyn Yellow hairand Michelle Williams is particularly impressive in her Gena Rowlands-esque portrayal of Cassavetes. Fablemen. But it’s hard to see them getting more votes than Cate Blanchett, the imperial tyrant conductor. tar.

Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical

margot robbie,

Margot Robbie, 1920s star in Babylon.

Photo by Scott Garfield – Paramount Pictures

Emma Thompson is irresistible with mischief and self-deprecation My nights with Leoh. But at the American Cinema Cups, Golden Globes, or Oscars, the award often goes to great movies, Margot Robbie’s extroverted performance (understatement!) as a bipolar 1920s starlet should be honored. Babylon. Leslie Manville (a dress for Mrs. Harris), Anya Taylor Joy (menu) and Michelle Yeoh (Everything everywhere at once) seems doomed to organize numbers.

Best Actor in a Drama

Bill Nighy

Bill Nighy delivers a very subtle performance in “Vivre.”

Image by Ross Ferguson/Number 9, Lipsync, Rocket Science and Filmgate

Bill Nighy’s fine performance as a minor civil servant was condemned by illness alive, By Oliver Hermanus, clearly above the lot. But he could be outdone by young Austin Butler’s stunning performance as the king of rock Elvis or, more unfortunately, for Brendan Fraser’s particularly emphatic tearjerking composition Whale.

Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical

Colin Farrell,

Colin Farrell in action in The Banshees of Inisherin.

Photo by Jonathan Hession – Brief

Daniel Craig is really funny as the pseudo-Hercule Poirot Glass Onion – Disputes. But Colin Farrell, moreover, is more action than entertainment Banshees of Inisher, would also be a nice winner. Their three competitors Adam Driver (in White noise), Ralph Fiennes (menu) and Diego Calva (Babylon) it seems natural.

Best Achievement

Steven Spielberg and his team

Steven Spielberg and his team on the set of “Fabelmans”.

Photo by Merie Weismiller Wallace/Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment

Undoubtedly, James Cameron restored faith in the magical and above all commercial power of cinema in cinemas. Avatar: The Waterway. But Steven Spielberg didn’t give an award for one of his most personal and best films (Fabelmen), would constitute an insult—worse, a lack of taste. Other names include Baz Luhrmann (Elvis), Martin McDonagh (Inisher’s Banshees) and the Daniel Kwan-Daniel Scheinert duo (Everything, everywhere, at once).

Best Foreign Language Film

With Go Kyung-Pyo and Tang Wei

“Decision to Leave” with Go Kyung-Pyo and Tang Wei.

Sajinjeon – MOHO MOVIE

This is the new name of the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film. Germany with a terrific Netflix production Nothing is new in the West, Argentina with Prime Video movie Argentina, 1985, with India RRR, with South Korea The decision to leave, Not forgetting together with Belgium Close, Represented by Lucas Dhont. It should be played between Park Chan-wook’s tender romantic thriller and Santiago Miter’s solid dossier about the military dictatorship in Buenos Aires.

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