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Sunday
Jan132019

Critics Choice Movie Awards Live Blog

by Nathaniel R

7:30 It took me 15 minutes to find a live stream but I unfortunately found it just in time to see a frankly hideous video mix which used this strange early photoshop spotlight effect on movie clips so the actors were lit up and everything else was blacked out. Taye Diggs was introduced as a 'chocolatey heartthrob'. He launched into a musical performance which was........ ........   ........... ........ .........Yes, Taye Diggs is very handsome!

7:32 Lady Gaga wins Best Song for "Shallow". Who knew Peter Farrelly was such a fan, giving her a standing ovation. She thanks Bradley Cooper profusely and smartly talks about his transformation into Jackson Maine (we need people to talk about this amazing performance.  "I was mesmerized both for myself and my character" Wait, they're different people? Kidding.

7:38 Best Young Actor or Actress goes to Elsie Fisher with reaction shots from Thomasin McKenzie and Amandla Stenberg, who both seem unfussed about losing, already pros they are.

As someone who has anxiety, it's exciting to be on this stage right now.

Tee hee. Sadly, though Elsie throws up a peace hand sign, she doesn't say "Gucci" but 'Peace and love, y'all'...

7:45 Winston Duke is presenting and marvels at the performancessaying "It's hard to believe these guys aren't in the lead actor category" THAT'S TRUE, WINSTON, BECAUSE SOME OF THEM ARE LEADING ROLES INCLUDING THE GUY WHO WILL WIN. Yup, Mahershala Ali wins Best Supporting Actor.  Oh but that's sweet. He brings Kris Bowers up with him and dedicates the award to him. I didn't know the composer was also his stand-in on set. 

7:49 Best Supporting Actress goes to Regina King. She stops to kiss Amy Adams on the way up. Nicole Kidman stands up to applaud. It's a love-in.

7:53 Commercial time. Is this where I tell you that I forgot to type anything about Taye Diggs as "Mary Poppin & Lockin". Emily Blunt's embarassed face throughout this joke is a treasure.

7:59 Best Horror Film goes to A Quiet Place. I voted for Hereditary, don'cha know. John Krasinski says he blacked out a second ago. That was me during the Mary Poppin & Lockin' joke. 

8:05 They just shared a huge list of winners that weren't cool enough to air I guess. The fact that Oscar wants to do it when every show that does it seems so low rent, is beyond me. But, look, Ben Whishaw brought his composer husband who is very pleased for that A Very English Scandal win! 

Ben & hubby

They met on the romantic drama Bright Star and I will never tire of that factoid. Jane Campion brought them together!

8:20 The Favourite wins Best Ensemble but not one of them is there to collect !!! Why didn't the BFCA have cut-outs at least? That worked before.

8:24 There sure are a lot of commercials on the CW! Or at least I'm not used to commercials anymore. That said I haven't seen any pharmateutical commercials and I really want to ask my doctor if those drugs are right for me!

8:28 Very funny presenting banter (and you don't see that every day. Hell, you rarely see it more than a few times a year) from Catherine O'Hara and Eugene Levy. This is insane? Why haven't they asked them to present together before at the Globes or Oscars? Darren Criss wins Best Actor in a TV Limited Series or Movie for TV. After watching A Very English Scandal this past week I'm kind of upset that Hugh Grant is winning nothing for it.  Cute speech from Darren Criss who apologizes for any future lackluster performances. Haha! O'Hara and Levy present a second award.

Amy Adams and Patricia Arquette TIE for Best Actress in a TV Limited Series or Movie for TV. There's a gasp from the audience. They try to do one at a time but Amy wants to announce the other win and brings Patricia up. It's a genuine and deeply enjoyable moment as they go back and forth during their speeches, most humorously thanking HBO and then Showtime and laughing at themselves due to the corporate rivalry.

8:41 Best Actor in a Comedy goes to Olivia Colman in The Favourite (still not there) and Best Actor in a Comedy goes to Christian Bale in Vice. Hilariously, Bale thanks the HFPA because he forgot to at the Globes. Nicole Kidman and Charlize Theron (WHO ARE SITTING TOGETHER --- ACTRESSEXUAL RED ALERT) enjoy that moment a lot. 

Bale goes on forever, though, spoiling the fun of the first half....okay third... no fourth of his speech. He just keeps talking! Kris Bowers is forced to play him off. But Bale just talks through it for another minute. 

8:47 Crazy Rich Asians wins Best Comedy. The CRA table is VERY excited. The speech from a producer  is political and focuses on representation and how much was riding on this movie. 

9:01 Chuck Lorre gets a Creative Achievement Award and starts his speech by joking about how much the critics don't like his shows. Unfortunately he returns to this theme so there's clearly some grudge holding. His speech doubles, briefly, as a Big Bang Theory tribute.

9:09 Bill Hader wins Best Comedy Series for Barry. He is not in the hangar to say thank you. Best Actress in a Comedy Series goes to Rachel Brosnahan. She is wearing a pantsuit. It's nice when actresses mix it up sometimes. She begins her speech "I want to continue to thank..." ah, the problem of too many awards shows with very little differentiation in winners.

9:14 Taye Diggs sings "Spike Lee. I really dig your movies. I really think you're groovy" into Spike Lee's ear while wearing an afro. Spike stays frozen in place. He looks direct to camera for your sympathy and a look that says 'If I ignore him, maybe he'll go away?'

9:15 Alfonso Cuaron wins Best Director for Roma. "Fllms may not break down walls but they can offer us a window to the other side. And what we see is our own reflection."

9:20 Matthew Rhys wins Best Actor in a Drama Series for The Americans (he is not there to accept) and Sandra Oh wins Best Actress in a Drama Series for Killing Eve. Wonderfully emotional speech that focuses on the talent of Jodie Comer, her co-star. We love it when actors stan other actors publicly in ways that are obviously genuine rather than just a list of names.

Have you watched Killing Eve? It's finally easy to see (Hulu) and we've been eating it up but not too quickly. Savoring the episodes one at a time. Halfway through and it lives up to the hype. Comer & Oh are both incredible. If there was going to be a tie tonight, it would have been fun if it were them.  

9:31 The Assassination of Gianni Versace wins Best Limited Series. I was on a snack break. 

9:39 The Americans (drama) and Marvelous Mrs Maisel win the Series awards. I was on a losing interest in the show break. 

9:49 Lady Gaga and Glenn Close tie for Best Actress. And I couldn't tell a better joke than this...

 

 

Glenn is soooo happy to share the prize! This industry pits us against each other but we celebrate each other! and Lady Gaga tells us that Glenn Close and her mother are good friends! The music starts playing Lady Gaga off.  Her awesome quip?  "It's okay, I can still do this with a piano background" 

9:52 Nicole Kidman presents Best Actor. There are SEVEN nominees. That is toooo many. Christian Bale wins for Vice. Again. "I don't have anything to say. I said it at the last one." Even Bale sees the problem!

10:08 It's over and it was so anticlimactic that I drifted off. Roma won Best Picture

Good night!

FULL LIST OF WINNERES

Picture Roma
Comedy Crazy Rich Asians
Foreign Film Roma
Sci-Fi or Horror Movie A Quiet Place
Action Movie Mission Impossible - Fallout  
Animated Feature Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Actress Glenn Close and Lady Gaga
Actress in a Comedy Olivia Colman
Actor Christian Bale
Actor in a Comedy Christian Bale
Supporting Actress Regina King
Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali
Young Actor/Actress Elsie Fisher
Director Alfonso Cuaron Roma
Screenplay First Reformed
Adapted Screenplay If Beale Street Could Talk
Cinematography Roma
Production Design Black Panther
Editing First Man
Hair and Makeup Vice
Score First Man
Visual Effects Black Panther
Costume Design Black Panther
Song "Shallow" A Star is Born

Drama Series The Americans
Actor in a Drama Series Matthew Rhys
Actress in a Drama Series Sandra Oh
Supporting Actor Drama Series Noah Emmerich
Supporting Actress Drama Series Thandie Newton Westworld

Comedy Series Mrs Maisel
Actor in a Comedy Series Bill Hader
Actress in a Comedy Series Rachel Brosnahan
Supporting Actor Comedy Series Henry Winkler 
Supporting Actress Comedy Series Alex Borstein

Limited Series Assassination of Gianni Versace
Movie for TV Jesus Christ Superstar: Live in Concert
Actor in a Limited eries Darren Criss
Actress in a Limited Series TIE Amy Adams and Patricia Arquette
Supporting Actor Limited Series Ben Whishaw
Supporting Actress Limited Series Patricia Clarkson

Animated Series Bojack Horseman

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Reader Comments (61)

Is Mahershala winning another Oscar?

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterBruno

Is Mahershala Ali the new Christoph Waltz?

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterSteve G

Ali is going to regret it later. Two-time supporting winners never win thirds in the lead category.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered Commenter/3rtful

Amy Adams need to win the Emmy and SAG ALONE!

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterFR

Bruno & Steve G -- i just dont get it. It's not even a very good performance.

January 13, 2019 | Registered CommenterNATHANIEL R

Bruh, Diggs is bad.

I knew he (Diggs) was going to call himself good-looking.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterMe

Taye Diggs is a weird choice to be honest. His peak is arguably 20 years ago?

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered Commenterkin

@/3rtful

of course, third oscars are insanely rare for performers.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterArkaan

I still don't think Ali will win a second. Waltz famously go up again all previous winners, Globes hasn't reward him yet, and I think BFCA just basically went with the Globes (not knowing if the deadline checks out or not). I think SAG/Oscars will go to someone different.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered Commenterkin

Given the contenders, I don't understand why Richard E. Grant isn't walking away with BSA. Hope he has a late surge.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered Commentermikey67

Why are there so many fucking commercials!!?!?!?!? Geez!

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterMorgan (the 1st)

kin -- we voted after the Globes, so yes.

January 13, 2019 | Registered CommenterNATHANIEL R

I'll buy an argument that Ali shouldn't be competing in supporting (tho a credible case can be made for him being there), or that he shouldn't win, but asserting that his performance "wasn't that good" is ridiculous.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterKBJr.

All of these ties. BFCA sure wants to have it all ways, don't they?

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterKBJr.

Ties are so fun!!!!!!!

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterDavid

I don't believe those ties for a minute but I'm loving it

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterPeggy Sue

The BFCA are too much. They give Actress prizes to Colman, Close AND Gaga so next year they can say 'See! We predicted the Oscar for Best Actress!'.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterSteve G

I'm unfamiliar with the voting process, but 2 ties in one night would seem to me to be pretty strange.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterBruno

Over the moon that Paul Schrader apparently won Best Original Screenplay for First Reformed! Of course, this is the awards show that doesn't broadcast the screenplay awards, so what giveth taketh away....

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterSuzanne

@Arkaan
The Academy's 3 or More Club for Acting

4 Lead: Katharine Hepburn
3 Lead: Daniel Day-Lewis
2 Lead, 1 Sup: Ingrid Bergman, Jack Nicholson, Meryl Streep
3 Sup: Walter Brennan

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered Commenter/3rtful

My tweet! I'm honored. :D

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterRyan T.

Oh no, do we have to give Bale and Ali second Oscars when Cooper and Grant would be perfectly fine winners?

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterSteve G

Honestly, there is no credible case for Ali going supporting


Taking Waltz as an example, he was subservant to Foxx throughout the film, and of course

***POSSIBLE SPOILER***
there's a half hour of movie after him

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterMe

LOL at professional award presenter Nicole.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterJenn

All 4 acting categories seem in doubt this year. Best Actor looks like it could go to Bale but he's already won one. Best Actress is looking like any of Close, Colman or Gaga could take it, though I still suspect it's one of the first two. Supporting Actress would be a shoo-in for King had she not missed SAG & BAFTA, but Adams has won nothing of note for Vice. And Supporting Actor wouldn't seem like it could possibly go to Ali a few weeks ago but he's now built up some momentum to counteract Richard E. Grant (my choice so far) and Sam Elliott. Very weird year, with ties even!

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterBruno

Anyone else slightly bothered that the casts of ROMA and CRAZY RICH ASIANS got maybe a total of 45 seconds to accept their best film awards while Christian Bale got to make two speeches and Close/Gaga got what seemed like 10+min to accept? Of course I get that they are the big stars and time was crunched at the end... but not the best optics.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterRyan T.

Bale's first speech was funny (watching DVR). Don't see how Vice is, ultimately, a comedy. Black comedy and satire, sure, but more a drama than a comedy. Anyone else, regardless of how you feel, agree with that?

Gaga cries every time her name is said lol. Dramatic, but sincere so I won't hate. And at least Close won. Very bueno.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterMe

Me -- but satire is comedy? I see no world where VICE is anything other thann a comedy. It is entirely trying to be funny from start to finish!

KBjr -- art is subjective. I love Mahershala in other things but I genuinely think he's not good in Green Book. He seems very uncomfortable with the character and that scene in the rain is a major misfire of overplaying it. He'll be the worst supporting actor winner since like Tim Robbinsin 2003
if he takes it (another case of major overacting)

Ryan -- its just bad planning on the organizations part. They have the stupidest non-division of categories so there is one set of acting awards with no descriptors (it doesn't have to be drama) and another for comedy so that's how you end up with double winners. Stupid!

January 13, 2019 | Registered CommenterNATHANIEL R

You can say anything about this award race, but boring isn't one.
Still, Glenn Close must win the Oscar!

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterCraver

Mahershala Ali: overracts.

Renee Zellweger In COLD MOUNTAIN: Hold my beer.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterDavid

I'm living for all these Glenn Close wins. She won't be ignored, Dan.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterEvangelina

Nathaniel;

Yes, normally. But it's all so gloomy. And that stupid wolf. Really, after the first ending, it's hard to see the comedy. And the first part of the film spends a lot of time watching him move up the ladder back while still a human being.

Oh and definitely a strooooong disagree on Robbins. One of the most correct wins, unless one thinks he's actually a lead (caught it two weeks ago and it crossed my mind).

Not looking to get into that conversation here lol, just wanted to say that.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterMe

Mahershala is excellent in Green Book. I cant stand the movie, or Viggo, but Ali deserves all the praise.

January 13, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterJess

these awards could not possibly have been more boring. the tv awards were basically a repeat of last year's emmys. and not one surprise in the film acting races, where the critics could have really championed someone different. and christian bale wins TWICE? what a yawn.

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterEricB

Caught up with The Wife last night. I'm all in favor of Glenn Close winning for that work. Momentous.

That said, someone is going to have to explain to my why Glenn Close is an awards juggernaut and Jonathan Pryce's equally masterful performance can't get a crumb. I think his work is second only to Hawke in the Lead Male category. Is everyone just voting for Close without watching the film? That's the only explanation I can think of.

I'd also like to know why Close not having an Oscar is a national crisis but Pryce having zero (ZERO!) nominations barely rates a shrug.

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterMichael C.

"The Wife" has fallen into the trap of the word of mouth that says only Close did anything worthy in it. I think it's a far from perfect film, but pretty much all the other contenders aren't much better and some are worse. Pryce definitely deserved a closer look from everyone, as did the film.

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterBruno

Please please please God let amy win her solo sag and then the emmy, she very much deserves it!

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterLouisebanks

Michael C, a man after my own heart.

Bruno is right, but what I think is actually crazy is that he's in the wrong category and nowhere to be found in Best Supporting Actor.

Not sure where I rank him. Close is easily best in show, and he's forgotten. But a great and venerable actor giving one of his best.

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterMe

It was so nice of amy for sharing her speech with arquette and creating that beautiful moment.

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterArghavan

I'd also like to know why Close not having an Oscar is a national crisis

Fatal Attraction, Dangerous Liaisons, and being a bridesmaid at Streep's third coronation. She's 71. Why should she go without but Matthew McConaughey is a unanimous competitive winner?

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered Commenter/3rtful

@Bruno, I suspect BFCA added Close n Arquette as winners at the 11th hour after their surprise victory at the GG last wk... Tt's the only logical explanation for the two ties!! πŸ˜‚

BFCA seems more like mainstream Hollywood awards show like GG, than those real critics organisations. Tt explains the lack o luv for Hawke n Grant who had both won the lion shares o critics awards in their respective categories.

Anyway I'm so glad Glenn wins again!! 😁 Next stop, SAG!!

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterClaran

Ali just won and he wasn’t even the best supporting actor in Moonlight. Let’s spread the wealth please.

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered Commenter.

We made it through this darkest of days. Bless our resilience.

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterExhale

The ties were disgusting; I give up. (Lady Gaga is textbook sociopath.)

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterRyan Crowe

This feels like the Oprah award show: you get an award, you get an award, everybody gets an award!!!

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterV.

Living for those ties! Ugh, what a boring, embarrassment of an "awards" show at least saved by Adams/Arquette dual speech and Close/Gaga yasss!!! I was genuinely expecting Colman to tie, but nope! Christian Bale's going to repeat? When Bradley Cooper is like standing right there? Well, Malek lost, so silver linings. Can't believe Mahershala is waltzing to a second Oscar (see what I did there? I'm clever 'n shit lol.) He's going to receive terrible backlash if he wins again so fast, and everyone involved with that shitshow "Green Book" will suffer, career wise. And poor Taye Diggs. Yikes. This is why I'm not stressed in the slightest for no Oscars host. None of these damn shows need hosts. NONE OF THEM!

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterDorian

Lady Gaga's speech at the Critics Choice Awards last night reminds that filthy rich superstars need more therapy and less awards recognition. I've turned on Madonna a long time ago. Her music over the past decade has been a joke. I'm not allowing Gaga to crawl under my skin with Madonna-esque BS.

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterYavor

They didn't give Roma Best Picture because they liked it the best. They gave Roma the award because they think it will win the Oscar.

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered Commenterken s.

The Critics’ Choice Awards are such a joke. Not only do they have randomly-changing numbers of nominees each year across their ever-growing, logic-defying spread of categories, they’re also the awards body that quite regularly (and inexplicably/dubiously) has tie after tie since their very beginning. A sampling:

1995
Best Supporting Actor (TIE):
Ed Harris – Apollo 13, Just Cause, and Nixon
Kevin Spacey – Outbreak, Se7en, Swimming with Sharks, and The Usual Suspects

1998
Best Animated Feature (TIE):
A Bug's Life
The Prince of Egypt

Best Supporting Actress (TIE):
Joan Allen – Pleasantville
Kathy Bates – Primary Colors

2001
Best Director
Ron Howard – A Beautiful Mind (TIE)
Baz Luhrmann – Moulin Rouge! (TIE)

2002
Best Actor
Daniel Day-Lewis – Gangs of New York (TIE)
Jack Nicholson – About Schmidt (TIE)

2005
Best Supporting Actress
Amy Adams – Junebug (TIE)
Michelle Williams – Brokeback Mountain (TIE)

2008
Best Actress
Anne Hathaway – Rachel Getting Married (TIE)
Meryl Streep – Doubt (TIE)

2009
Best Actress
Sandra Bullock – The Blind Side (TIE)
Meryl Streep – Julie & Julia (TIE)

2011
Best Cinematography
Janusz KamiΕ„ski – War Horse (TIE)
Emmanuel Lubezki – The Tree of Life (TIE)

Best Supporting Actress, Drama Series
Christina Hendricks as Joan Harris – Mad Men (TIE)
Margo Martindale as Mags Bennett – Justified (TIE)

Best Reality Series
Hoarders (A&E) (TIE)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (Bravo) (TIE)

2012
Best Actress, Comedy Series
Zooey Deschanel as Jessica Day – New Girl (TIE)
Amy Poehler as Leslie Knope – Parks and Recreation (TIE)

Best Reality Show Host
Tom Bergeron – Dancing with the Stars (TIE)
Cat Deeley – So You Think You Can Dance (TIE)

2013
Best Drama Series
Breaking Bad (AMC) (TIE)
Game of Thrones (HBO) (TIE)

Best Supporting Actress, Comedy Series
Kaley Cuoco as Penny – The Big Bang Theory (TIE)
Eden Sher as Sue Heck – The Middle (TIE)

2014
Best Supporting Actress, Comedy Series
Allison Janney as Bonnie Plunkett – Mom (TIE)
Kate Mulgrew as Galina "Red" Reznikov – Orange Is the New Black (TIE)

2016
Best Original Screenplay
Damien Chazelle – La La Land (TIE)
Kenneth Lonergan – Manchester by the Sea (TIE)

2017
Best Editing
Paul Machliss and Jonathan Amos – Baby Driver (TIE)
Lee Smith – Dunkirk (TIE)

2018
Best Actress
Glenn Close – The Wife as Joan Castleman (TIE)
Lady Gaga – A Star Is Born as Ally Maine (TIE)

Best Actress, Limited Series
Amy Adams – Sharp Objects as Camille Preaker (TIE)
Patricia Arquette – Escape at Dannemora as Tilly Mitchell (TIE)

Yikes, 20 ties in 20+ years are a lot of ties, y’all. How do you account for that? (AMPAS, meanwhile, has had only a handful in 80+ years.) Congrats to the winners, I guess, but it’s time to give the Critics’ Choice Awards the respect that they deserve, which is none.

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterMareko

Interesting that they only have 50% odds of predicting the Oscar win where there's a tie at BFCA (and let's face it, many of them just vote to predict the Oscars). It suggests a race is volatile.

Ties in which one of the winners won the Oscar:

1995
Best Supporting Actor (TIE):
Ed Harris – Apollo 13, Just Cause, and Nixon
Kevin Spacey – Outbreak, Se7en, Swimming with Sharks, and The Usual Suspects

2001
Best Director
Ron Howard – A Beautiful Mind (TIE)
Baz Luhrmann – Moulin Rouge! (TIE)

2009
Best Actress
Sandra Bullock – The Blind Side (TIE)
Meryl Streep – Julie & Julia (TIE)

2016
Best Original Screenplay
Damien Chazelle – La La Land (TIE)
Kenneth Lonergan – Manchester by the Sea (TIE)

2017
Best Editing
Paul Machliss and Jonathan Amos – Baby Driver (TIE)
Lee Smith – Dunkirk (TIE)

Ties in which neither winner won the Oscar:

Best Supporting Actress (TIE):
Joan Allen – Pleasantville
Kathy Bates – Primary Colors

2002
Best Actor
Daniel Day-Lewis – Gangs of New York (TIE)
Jack Nicholson – About Schmidt (TIE)

2005
Best Supporting Actress
Amy Adams – Junebug (TIE)
Michelle Williams – Brokeback Mountain (TIE)

2008
Best Actress
Anne Hathaway – Rachel Getting Married (TIE)
Meryl Streep – Doubt (TIE)

2011
Best Cinematography
Janusz KamiΕ„ski – War Horse (TIE)
Emmanuel Lubezki – The Tree of Life (TIE)

January 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterSuzanne

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