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I’ve been following the whole Josh Duggar scandal since it broke months ago and I’ve pretty much made my opinions about it clear to most of my family and friends when it is brought up.  His family fucked up, his community fucked up, his church fucked up and most importantly the fucking police fucked up. There is no excuse for what he did and the fact that it was hushed up proves that his family knew he was doing wrong and didn’t care because he was their first born male child.  I can’t stand religious excuses because unless you’ve got G0d on speed dial and can get him/her/it on speaker phone and pardon you’re wrong doing then you are just talking out of your ass and need to use religion to make yourself feel better.  But that is a completely different rant.

This rant is about Ashley Madison (a website that’s very existence I abhor), Josh Duggar’s involvement and how Anna Duggar’s family has done her wrong and the importance of making sure this never happens to a young girl/woman again. For anyone unfamiliar with the website, it is a website to basically set up affairs whether they are casual or long term ones for people in committed relationships and/or marriages.  Recently the website has been hacked and its users have been posted online and among those users turns out to be none other than the child molesting Josh Duggar.  Not only is he on this website but he has been on the site for almost two years which means not only was he having affairs with other people but it was also while his wife was pregnant with two of his children.

Now lots of people are going on about how the joke is on him and how he deserves all that he is getting for acting so holier than thou but not mainly people talk about his wife.  Recently I found an article a woman wrote about her feelings on the whole scandal and how the person she feels bad for is Anna and how no one is talking about her and her situation and how it needs to be talked about. The thing is, she’s right. We as a society need to talk about the huge disservice that her family, her husband’s family and her husband has done to her and keeps doing to her.

This young woman and I call her that even though she is a year younger than me, married, and has four kids because she is young and naive, and sadly she has now gotten a rude wake up call about the harsh realities of the world.  Her family has taught her to be chaste, proper, devout, the perfect wife and mother to her future husband and she becomes just that for Josh Duggar.  She went from her families home to her husband’s home, gave him four children and now in the last 6 months has been humiliated over and over again by him. She has no education, no work experience, no real life experience, and now she is committed to staying with her husband and the father of his children because that is what she was raised to do.  On facebook her brother wrote an open letter/commentary about the situration and how he has offered his sister and her children a place to stay and help her with them but she refuses to believe. How their family cares more about their social standing in the community than about her.  She has refused her brother’s help because she was told that she must stand by her husband no matter what and be the devoted wife and mother no matter what he puts her through.

I’m not a mother, at least not yet but one day I do plan to be one.  I always tell people I want to have boys because I’ve been surrounded by boys pretty much my whole life.  Here’s the thing though, if I do have a daughter one day then I’m gonna do what this woman in her open letter recommended. I’m gonna raise my possible future daughters to believe they breathe fire.  Because no one should ever be put into the situation that Anna Duggar has found herself in and felt like they can’t leave.  No one, especially not a young girl or woman, should feel like they should stay with a man that has molested children, has repeatedly cheated on her and make a mockery out of their life. If Anna’s situation and that of all the other women both celebrities and non that have had to deal with cheating spouses have taught us, as a society, anything that is that we need to tell women that its okay to leave. That its okay not to put up with the degradation and humiliation of their circumstances and  they aren’t beholden to any man to stay with them.  That they should be able to breathe the fire of their anger and not simply be walked all over.

If I ever have a daughter I will teach her to be strong, independent, and that she has the ability to breathe fire when necessary.

The 2015 BAFTA Awards will be held on Sunday, February 8th and hosted by Stephen Fry.  Here are the nominees:

BEST FILM
NOMINEES:

Boyhood
* The Imitation Game
* The Theory of Everything
* Birdman
* The Grand Budapest Hotel

ALEXANDER KORDA AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM OF THE YEAR
NOMINEES:

* The Imitation Game
* The Theory of Everything
* Pride
* ’71
* Paddington
* Under the Skin

BEST ACTOR
NOMINEES:

* Benedict Cumberbatch for The Imitation Game 
Jake Gyllenhaal for The Nightcrawler
Eddie Redmayne for The Theory of Everything
Michael Keaton for Birdman
Ralph Fiennes for The Grand Budapest Hotel 

BEST ACTRESS
NOMINEES:

* Julianne Moore for Still Alice 
Rosamund Pike for Gone Girl 
Reese Witherspoon for Wild
Felicity Jones for The Theory of Everything 
* Amy Adams for Big Eyes 

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
NOMINEES:

* Mark Ruffalo for Foxcatcher 
Ethan Hawke for Boyhood 
* J.K. Simmons for Whiplash 
* Edward Norton for Birdman
Steve Carell for Foxcatcher 

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
NOMINEES:

* Patricia Arquette for Boyhood 
Keira Knightley for The Imitation Game
* Emma Stone for Birdman 
Imelda Staunton for Pride 
Rene Russo for Nightcrawler

DAVID LEAN AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN DIRECTION
NOMINEES: 

* Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu for Birdman
* Richard Linklater for Boyhood 
Wes Anderson for The Grand Budapest Hotel 
Damien Chazelle for Whiplash
James Marsh for The Theory of Everything

BEST SCREENPLAY (ORIGINAL)
NOMINEES: 

* Richard Linklater for Boyhood 
* Wes Anderson and Hugo Guinness for The Grand Budapest Hotel
*
Dan Gilroy for Nightcrawler 
Damien Chazelle for Whiplash 
* Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Nicolas Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris, Armando Bo for Birdman 

BEST SCREENPLAY (ADAPTED)
NOMINEES: 

* Jason Hall for American Sniper 
Gillian Flynn for Gone Girl
Graham Moore for The Imitation Game 
Anthony McCarten for The Theory of Everything
Paul King for Paddington 

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
NOMINEES:

* Emmanuel Lubezki for Birdman 
* Robert D. Yeoman for The Grand Budapest Hotel
* Hoyte Van Hoytema for Interstellar 
* Dick Pope for Mr. Turner 
* Lukasz Zal & Ryszard Lenczewski for Ida

BEST EDITING
NOMINEES:

* Douglas Crise & Stephen Mirrione for Birdman 
* Tom Cross for Whiplash
* William Goldenberg for The Imitation Game 
John Gilroy for Nightcrawler 
* Barney Pilling for The Grand Budapest Hotel 
* Jinx Godfrey for The Theory of Everything

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
NOMINEES:

* Rick Heinrichs & Shane Vieau for Big Eyes 
* Adam Stockhausen & Anna Pinnock for The Grand Budapest Hotel
* Maria Djurkovic & Tatiana Macdonald for The Imitation Game 
* Nathan Crowley & Gary Fettis for Interstellar
* Charlotte Watts & Suzie Davies for Mr. Turner 

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
NOMINEES:

* Milena Canonero for The Grand Budapest Hotel 
* Colleen Atwood for Into the Woods
* Jacqueline Durran for Mr. Turner 
Sammy Sheldon for The Imitation Game 
Steven Noble for The Theory of Everything

ORIGINAL MUSIC
NOMINEES: 

* Alexandre Desplat for The Grand Budapest Hotel 
Johann Johannsson for The Theory of Everything 
* Antonio Sanchez for Birdman
* Hans Zimmer for Interstellar
* Mica Levi for Under the Skin 

BEST MAKE UP/HAIR
NOMINEES: 

* Frances Hannon for The Grand Budapest Hotel 
* Elizabeth Yianni-Georgiou & David White for Guardians of the Galaxy
* J. Roy Helland & Peter King for Into the Woods
* Christine Blundell & Lesa Warrener for Mr. Turner 
* Jan Sewell for The Theory of Everything

BEST SOUND
NOMINEES:

* Walt Martin & John T. Reitz & Gregg Rudloff & Alan Robert Murray & Bub Asman for American Sniper 
* Thomas Varga & Martin Hernandez & Aaron Glascock & Jon Taylor & Frank A. Montano for Birdman 
* Wayne Lemmer & Christopher Scarabosio & Pawel Wdowczak for The Grand Budapest Hotel 
* John Midgley & Lee Walpole & Stuart Hilliker & Martin Jensen for The Imitation Game 
* Thomas Curley & Ben Wilkins & Craig Mann for Whiplash 

BEST ACHIEVEMENT IN SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS
NOMINEES: 

* Joe Letteri & Dan Lemmon & Erik Winquist & Daniel Barrett for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 
* Stephane Ceretti & Paul Corbould & Jonathan Fawkner & Nicolas Aithadi for Guardians of the Galaxy
* Joe Letteri & Eric Saindon & David R Clayton & R. Christopher White for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies 
* Paul J Franklin & Scott R. Fisher & Andrew Lockley for Interstellar 
* Richard Stammers & Anders Langlands & Tim Crosbie & Cameron Waldbauer for X-Men: Days of Future Past 

BEST FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
NOMINEES: 

Ida
Leviathan 
* Trash 
* The Lunchbox 
Two Days, One Night 

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
NOMINEES: 

The Boxtrolls 
* Big Hero 6 
The Lego Movie 

BEST DOCUMENTARY
NOMINEES: 

Citizenfour 
* Twenty Feet from Stardom
* Virunga
* Finding Vivian Maier
* 20,000 Days on Earth 

EE RISING STAR AWARD
NOMINEES: 

* Margot Robbie
* Gugu Mbatha-Raw
* Miles Teller
* Jack O’Connell
* Shailene Woodley

OUTSTANDING DEBUT BY A BRITISH WRITER, DIRECTOR OR PRODUCER
NOMINEES:

* Elaine Constantine for Northern Soul
* Yann Demange & Gregory Burke for ’71
* Hong Khaou for Lilting
* Paul Katis & Andrew de Lotbiniere for Kajaki
* Stephen Beresford & David Livingstone for Pride 

BEST SHORT ANIMATION
NOMINEES: 

* Chris Hees & Daisy Jacobs for The Bigger Picture 
* Ainslie Henderson & Will Anderson & Cameron Fraser for Monkey Love Experiments 
Marcus Armitage for My Dad 

BEST SHORT FILM
NOMINEES: 

* Brian J. Falconer & Michael Lennox & Ronan Blaney for Booglaloo and Graham 
* Michael Berliner & Rachel Tunnard for Emotional Fusebox 
* Campbell Beaton & Dawn King & Tiernan Hanby & Oscar Sharp for The Karman Line
Islay Bell-Webb & Michelangelo Fano & Nick Rowland for Slap 
* Aleem Khan & Matthieu de Braconier & Stephanie Paeplow for Three Brothers 

The 2015 Independent Spirit Awards will be held on Saturday, February 21st.  Here are the nominees:

BEST FEATURE
NOMINEES:

Birdman
* Boyhood
* Love is Strange
* Selma
* Whiplash

BEST FIRST FEATURE
NOMINEES:

* Justin Simien & Effie Brown & Ann Le & Julia Lebedev & Angel Lopez & Lena Waithe for Dear White People
Ana Lily Amirpour & Justin Begnaud & Sina Sayyah for A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night 
* Dan Gilroy & Jennifer Fox & Tony Gilroy & Jake Gyllenhaal & David Lancaster & Michel Litvak for Nightcrawler 
* Gillian Robespierre & Elisabeth Holm for Obvious Child
Anja Marquardt & Mollye Asher & Kiara Jones for She’s Lost Control

BEST DIRECTOR
NOMINEES:

* Damien Chazelle for Whiplash 
* Ava DuVernay for Selma
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu for Birdman
Richard Linklater for Boyhood 
* David Zellner for Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter 

BEST FEMALE LEAD
NOMINEES:

* Marion Cotillard for The Immigrant
Rinko Kikuchi for Kumiko the Treasure Hunter
Julianne Moore for Still Alice
Jenny Slate for Obvious Child 
Tilda Swinton for Only Lovers Left Alive 

BEST MALE LEAD
NOMINEES:

* Andre Benjamin for Jimi: All Is by My Side
Jake Gyllenhaal for Nightcrawler 
* Michael Keaton for Birdman
John Lithgow for Love Is Strange 
* David Oyelowo for Selma

BEST SUPPORTING FEMALE
NOMINEES: 

* Patricia Arquette for Boyhood 
* Jessica Chastain for A Most Violent Year 
* Carmen Ejogo for Selma 
* Emma Stone for Birdman
Andrea Suarez Paz for Stand Clear of the Closing Doors 

BEST SUPPORTING MALE
NOMINEES:

* Riz Ahmed for Nightcrawler 
* Ethan Hawke for Boyhood 
* Alfred Molina for Love Is Strange
Edward Norton for Birdman 
* J.K. Simmons for Whiplash 

BEST SCREENPLAY
NOMINEES:

* Scott Alexander & Larry Karaszewski for Big Eyes 
* Ira Sachs & Mauricio Zacharias for Love is Strange 
* J.C. Chandor for A Most Violent Year
Dan Gilroy for Nightcrawler
* Jim Jarmusch for Only Lovers Left Alive

BEST FIRST SCREENPLAY
NOMINEES: 

* Desiree Akhavan for Appropriate Behavior 
* Justin Simien for Dear White People
Sara Colangelo for Little Accidents 
* Anja Marquardt for She’s Lost Control
Justin Lader for The One I Love 

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
NOMINEES:

* Emmanuel Lubezki for Birdman 
* Lyle Vincent for A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night 
* Sean Porter for It Felt Like Love
Bradford Young for Selma
Darius Khondji for The Immigrant 

BEST INTERNATIONAL FILM
NOMINEES: 

* Pawel Pawlikowski for Ida 
* Andrey Zvyagintsev for Leviathan
Xavier Dolan for Mommy 
* Lav Diaz for Norte, the End of History
Ruben Ostlund for Force Majeure
Jonathan Glazer for Under the Skin 

BEST DOCUMENTARY
NOMINEES: 

* Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard & Dan Bowen & James Wilson for 20,000 Days on Earth 
* Laura Poitras & Mathilde Bonnefoy & Dirk Wilutzky for Citizenfour
* Debra Granik & Anne Rosellini for Stray Dog 
* Juliano Ribeiro Salgado & Wim Wenders & David Rosier for The Salt of the Earth
* Orlando von Einsiedel & Joanna Natasegara for Virunga 

JOHN CASSAVETES AWARD
NOMINEES:

* Jeremy Saulnier & Richard Peete & Vincent Savino & Anish Savjani for Blue Ruin 
* Eliza Hittman & Shrihari Sathe & Laura Wagner for It Felt Like Love 
* Aaron Katz & Martha Stephens & Christina Jennings & Mynette Louie & Sara Murphy for Land Ho!
Dave Boyle & Joel Clark & Michael Lerman & Ko Mori for Man from Reno 
* Chris Mason Johnson & Chris Martin for Test 

TRUER THAN FICTION AWARD
NOMINEES: 

* Amanda Wilder for Approaching the Elephant 
* Darius Clark Monroe for Evolution of a Criminal
Dan Krauss for The Kill Team
Sara Dosa for The Last Season

SOMEONE TO WATCH AWARD
NOMINEES: 

* Ana Lily Amirpour for A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
Rania Attieh & Daniel Garcia for H. 
* Chris Eska for The Retrieval

PRODUCERS AWARD
NOMINEES: 

* Chad Burris
* Elisabeth Holm
* Chris Ohlson

ROBERT ALTMAN AWARD
WINNER:

* Paul Thomas Anderson & Cassandra Kulukundis & Josh Brolin & Martin Donovan & Jena Malone & Joanna Newsom & Joaquin Phoenix & Eric Roberts & Maya Rudolph & Martin Short & Serena Scott Thomas & Benicio Del Toro & Katherine Waterston & Michael Kenneth Williams & Owen Wilson & Reese Witherspoon for Inherent Vice 

BEST EDITING
NOMINEES: 

* Sandra Adair for Boyhood 
Tom Cross for Whiplash 
* John Gilroy for Nightcrawler
Ron Patane for A Most Violent Year 
* Adam Wingard for The Guest 

SPECIAL DISTINCTION AWARD
WINNER: 

* Bennett Miller & Steve Carell & Channing Tatum & Mark Ruffalo & E. Max Frye & Dan Futterman & Anthony Bregman & Megan Ellison & Jon Kilik for Foxcatcher

The 2015 Writers Guild Awards will be held on Saturday, February 14th.  Here are the nominees

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
NOMINEES:

* Richard Linklater for Boyhood 
* E. Max Frye & Dan Futterman for Foxcatcher 
* Wes Anderson & Hugo Guinness for The Grand Budapest Hotel 
Dan Gilroy for Nightcrawler 
Damian Chazelle for Whiplash

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
NOMINEES: 

* Jason Hall, Chris Kyle, Scott McEwen, James Defelice for American Sniper 
* Gillian Flynn for Gone Girl 
* James Gunn, Nicole Perlman, Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning for Guardians of the Galaxy
* Graham Moore & Andrew Hodges for The Imitation Game 
* Nick Hornby & Cheryl Strayed for Wild 

DOCUMENTARY SCREENPLAY
NOMINEES:

* John Maloof & Charlie Siskel for Finding Vivian Maier
* Brian Knappenberger for The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz
* Mark Bailey & Keven McAlester for Last Days in Vietnam 
* Gabe Polsky for Red Army 

DRAMATIC SERIES
NOMINEES:

Game of Thrones
* The Good Wife
* House of Cards
* Mad Men
* True Detective

COMEDY SERIES
NOMINEES: 

Louie
* Orange is the New Black
* Silicon Valley
* Transparent
* Veep

NEW SERIES
NOMINEES:

The Affair
* The Knick
* Silicon Valley
* Transparent
* True Detective

COMEDY/VARIETY SERIES
NOMINEES:

The Colbert Report
* The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
* Jimmy Kimmel Live!
* Saturday Night Live
* Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
* Inside Amy Schumer
* Real Time with Bill Maher

EPISODIC DRAMA
NOMINEES:

* Jonathan Igla & Matthew Weiner for Mad Men: A Day’s Work (#7.2)
* Howard Korder for Boardwalk Empire: Devil You Know (#5.6)
* Howard Korder & Riccardo DiLoreto & Christine Chambers for Boardwalk Empire (#5.7)
* Kate Powers for Rectify: Donald the Normal (#2.4)
* Robert King & Michelle King for The Good Wife: The Last Call (#5.16)
* George R. R. Martin for Game of Thrones: The Lion and the Rose (#4.2)

EPISODIC COMEDY
NOMINEES: 

* Rick Wiener & Kenny Schwarts for Modern Family: The Cold (#6.3)
* Rob Rosell for New Girl: Landline (#4.5)
* Louis C.K for Louie: So Did the Fat Lady (#4.3)
* Nick Jones for Orange is the New Black: Low Self Esteem City (#2.5)
* Abraham Higginbotham & Steven Levitan & Jeffrey Richman for Modern Family: Three Dinners (# 5.13)
* Ethan Kuperberg for Transparent: The Wilderness (#1.6)

LONG FORM – ADAPTATION
NOMINEES: 

* Nicholas Meyer for Houdini 
* Paul Scheuring & Joshua Goldin & Rachel Abramowitz for Klondike
Larry Kramer for The Normal Heart 
Jane Anderson for Olive Kitteridge 
*  Damon Lindelof & Tom Perrotta for The Leftovers

LONG FORM – ORIGINAL
NOMINEES: 

* Melissa Carter for Deliverance Creek 
* Sean Hanish for Return to Zero 

TV – ANIMATION
NOMINEES:

* Gregory Thompson for Bob’s Burgers: Bob and Deliver (#4.7)
* Brian Kelley for The Simpsons: Brick Like Me (#25.20)
* Matt Selman for The Simpsons: Covercraft (#26.8)
* David H. Steinberg for The Simpsons: Pay Pal (#25.21)
* J. Stewart Burns for The Simpsons: Steal This Episode (#25.9)
* Nora Smith for Bob’s Burgers: Work Hard or Die Trying, Girl (#5.1)

Today is the 2015 Golden Globes and I am sitting in my room with snacks, water, and wine to give my opinions and results of the award show.  Let’s start with the arrivals.

ARRIVALS

I have to say that George Clooney and his wife, Amal look gorgeous together.

There is an issue with the microphones that I’m not loving.

Love Emily Blunt’s dress and she looks amazing.  Especially since I heard she had been sick.

Oh Eddie Redmayne looks amazing….not loving his wife’s dress

I like Amy Adam’s dress but she needs some color on her lips.

Edward Norton looks so hot.  I still have a giant crush on him.

Emma Stone looks very stunning with her dress and hair and makeup.  Does her dress have pockets?!

Helen Mirren looks gorgeous in red.

Oh My God….I love Matt Bomer…that man can pull off a suit.

Can I wear Tina’s dress? I love it!

Eddie Redmayne and his wife are so cute together and you can see how much he loves her.   Still not loving the color of her dress.

I really want to know who told some of these people that they hair/makeup/dress looked good….some of them do not look good at all.

Benedict Cumberbatch is at the Golden Globes?!  I know a lot of people don’t like him but I do.  I think he is a very talented actor and a nice person.

Kerry Washington looks amazing!! I love her dress!! Damn!

Anna Kendrick looks so pretty and I love her dress…kind of wish her hair wasn’t pulled back.

Ryan Guzman is hot!!

That is a hella lot of champagne….no wonder people are drunk by the end.

I would kill to be able to wear Viola Davis’s dress. That is a beautiful red dress.

Julianna Margulies is also wearing an amazing red dress

Red seems to be a very popular color for the red carpet this year.

I can see someone drinking out of a champagne bottle in the background…I’m a little jealous

That moment when you realize the guy who is nominated for a golden globe for her portrayal of Martin Luther King Jr. was also Danny Hunter in MI-5

THE GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS

I’m tempted to a costume change count because both Tina and Amy have changed their dresses and again I want Tina’s dress.

I love Tina and Amy…they are amazing and hilarious and I love them.  They have some awesome jokes and they totally went there in regards to Bill Cosby and the rape allegations.

I do love Jennifer Aniston’s dress and I wish I could wear it.

Can Benedict please stop dying his hair dark.  And slicking it back…can’t you just leave your hair all loose and free and light brown?

Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture: and the winner is J.K. Simmons for Whiplash

So I knew nothing about this movie till I looked it up last night at my cousin’s house.  It sounds sort of interesting and sort of terrifying to watch.

Jamie Dornan is so hott…sorry I can’t help it. I’ve found him attractive since he was the sheriff on Once Upon a Time.  Not sure how I feel about Dakota Johnson’s dress.

Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Mini-Series, Motion Picture for TV: and the winner is Joanne Froggatt for Downton Abbey 

I love her dress!! She did an amazing job as Anna Bates during Season 4 especially with her storyline for Anna’s rape.

oh Jeremy Renner….oh man….If there was one man that I could be friends or want to date or anything like that its him.  I have been a fan of his I saw him in S. W. A. T.  when I was 15.

Best Mini-Series or TV Movie: and the winner is Fargo 

Oh man I can’t help but think he looks super hot.  I’m so ridiculous

Best Actor in a Mini Series, Motion Picture for TV: Billy Bob Thornton for Fargo

I want to know what color lipstick Naomi Watts is wearing and because I love it and I want it.

I can’t stop laughing over Amy and Tina’s jokes.

Look at Meryl standing up first to clap

Colin Firth is still as good looking now as he did in 1995 as Mr. Darcy.

Kerry Washington’s dress is amazing and gorgeous

Best Actress in a TV series in a comedy or musical: and the winner is Gina Rodriguez for Jane the Virgin!!!  I was hoping she would win.  I love Jane the Virgin because it is an amazing and funny show that everyone should watch.

Best Series Comedy or Musical: and the winner is Transparent. I’m sad that Jane the Virgin didn’t win but props to Transparent for winning.

Some of these acceptance speeches are making me cry and I can’t stop.

I love Melissa McCarthy’s lipstick too!

Best Original Score in a Motion Picture: and the winner is Johann Johannsson for The Theory of Everything 

Dude Prince is at the Golden Globes…how cool is that?

Best Original Song in a Motion Picture: and the winner is “Glory” from Selma by John Legend and Common

Katie Holmes hair looks weird

Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture for TV: and the winner is Matt Bomer for The Normal Heart.  YAY!!! Oh and another person is making me cry with his acceptance speech.

I love how when the actors start getting drunk and are presenting and/or accepting awards…some of them I would love to go drinking with

can I ask how Julianna Moore is nominated for a movie that isn’t out yet?

Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: and the winner is Amy Adams for Big Eyes 

I have to say this was a hard one for me to pick who I wanted to win because I pretty much liked all the nominees and would have loved to see any of them win.

Salma Hayek looks amazing and I love her dress.

Best Animated Film: and the winner is How to Train Your Dragon 2 

What is Keira Knightley wearing?

Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture: and the winner is  Patricia Arquette for Boyhood 

Best Screenplay in a Motion Picture: and the winner is Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, , Nicolas Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris, Armando Bo for Birdman

I feel like I saw someone wear Jane Fonda’s dress at my high school prom

Best Actor in A Comedy or Musical TV Series: and the winner is Jeffrey Tambor for Transparent 

Alright now I’ve got to watch Transparent….good thing its on Amazon so I can watch it.

I love Lupita Nyong’o’s dress

Best Foreign Language Film: and the winner is Leviathan (Russia)

I love love love Kate Beckinsale’s dress

Best Actress in a Mini-Series or TV Motion Picture: and the winner is Maggie Gyllenhaal for the Honorable Woman

On look another costume change!! I love the tux Tina 😉

Adam Levine sure looks good in a tux

Best TV Series Drama: and the winner is The Affair which completely underwhelms me. Didn’t really want to watch, have no desire to see it now and I’m just over shows about infidelity and cheating

Catherine Zeta Jones looks amazing in red but she needs to not have hair tucked behind her ears.  I also really want her dress.

I really want to see Pride that looks like an amazing movie.

Best Actor in a TV Series Drama: and the winner is Kevin Spacey in House of Cards 

I have to admit that I love watching Julianna Margulies and Don Cheadle fighting over who is a closer friend of George Clooney and I love how his wife is laughing with him.

I know I’m not a huge lover of George Clooney because I don’t think he’s the best thing since sliced bread but I do admire his talent and the humanitarian work for what he’s done.  So bravo to him and congratulations to him on being awarded to the Cecil B Demille award. And he made me bloody cry over his speech and especially in regards to his finding love and his love for his wife.

Best Director in a Motion Picture: and the winner is Richard Linklater for Boyhood 

Aww Chris Pratt and Anna Faris are so cute together…I love them. Also really love her dress.

Best Actress in TV Show Drama: and the winner is Ruth Wilson for The Affair .   I have to ask what the fuck was she thinking in wearing that dress?  I hate the unfinished look it has and she can’t walk in it either. Ugh. So disappointed.

Best Actor in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: and the winner is Michael Keaton for Birdman.  I haven’t seen this movie yet but it looks like I need too.

I’ve got a pile of tissues from all these speeches making me cry and emotional.

Oh I love Robert Downey Jr.  He is an amazing actor and and an amazing person.

Best Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: and the winner is The Grand Budapest Hotel. YAY!!!! I wish really hoping this movie would win something because this movie is amazing and awesome and everything needs to see it!  Like seriously….go see it! NOW!

Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama: and the winner is Julianne Moore for Still Alice.  This is a movie that I don’t know if I will ever be able to see because its about a woman fighting early onset Alzheimer’s and my grandmother had Alzheimer’s and Parkinsons and its hard for me to watch movies about it because watching her in has last few years broke my heart.

Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama: and the winner is Eddie Redmayne for the Theory of Everything.  This was another category that I didn’t know who I wanted to win but it was pretty much a tie between Eddie Redmayne and Benedict Cumberbatch because I think everyone should see the movies that they have done about such important people. I can’t tell you what I first saw him in but I have been a fan of his for years and I think he is a phenomenal actor.

Have they been passing around that red lipstick that I like so much?  I feel like I’ve seen 4 or 5 different people wearing it

Best Motion Picture Drama: and the winner is Boyhood. 

I have to say I think Boyhood completely took everyone by surprise. I think people were expecting movies like Selma or The Theory of Everything or The Imitation Game to win and no one really thought Boyhood would be the sneak winner.

Congratulations to all the winners and nominees of the 72nd Golden Globes.

The 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards will be on Sunday, January 25th.  Here are the nominees:

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A CAST IN A MOTION PICTURE
NOMINEES:

Birdman
* Boyhood
* The Grand Budapest Hotel
* The Imitation Game
* The Theory of Everything

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE
NOMINEES: 

* Steve Carell for Foxcatcher
Benedict Cumberbatch for The Imitation Game 
* Jake Gyllenhaal for Nightcrawler 
* Michael Keaton for Birdman
* Eddie Redmayne for The Theory of Everything

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE
NOMINEES: 

* Jennifer Aniston for Cake 
Felicity Jones for The Theory of Everything 
* Julianne Moore for Still Alice
Rosamund Pike for Gone Girl 
* Reese Witherspoon for Wild 

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
NOMINEES: 

* Robert Duvall for The Judge 
Ethan Hawke for Boyhood 
* Edward Norton for Birdman
Mark Ruffalo for Foxcatcher 
* J.K. Simmons for Whiplash

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
NOMINEES:

* Patricia Arquette for Boyhood 
* Keira Knightley for The Imitation Game 
Emma Stone for Birdman 
Meryl Streep for Into the Woods
Naomi Watts for St. Vincent

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY AN ENSEMBLE IN A COMEDY SERIES
NOMINEES:

The Big Bang Theory
* Brooklyn Nine-Nine
* Modern Family
* Orange is the New Black
* Veep

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY AN ENSEMBLE IN A DRAMA SERIES
NOMINEES: 

Downton Abbey
* Game of Thrones
* Homeland
* House of Cards
* Boardwalk Empire

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
NOMINEES: 

* Louis C.K. for Louie 
* Jim Parsons for The Big Bang Theory 
* Ty Burrell for Modern Family
William H. Macy for Shameless
Eric Stonestreet for Modern Family

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
NOMINEES:

* Edie Falco for Nurse Jackie
* Amy Poehler for Parks and Recreation 
Julia Louis-Dreyfus for Veep
Julie Bowen for Modern Family 
Uzo Aduba for Orange is the New Black

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
NOMINEES:

* Steve Buscemi for Boardwalk Empire 
* Peter Dinklage for Game of Thrones
Woody Harrelson for True Detective
Matthew McConaughey for True Detective
Kevin Spacey for House of Cards

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
NOMINEES:

* Claire Danes for Homeland
Viola Davis for How to Get Away with Murder
Julianna Marguiles for The Good Wife
Tatiana Maslany for Orphan Black 
Maggie Smith for Downton Abbey 
Robin Wright for House of Cards 

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A TELEVISION MOVIE OR MINI-SERIES
NOMINEES: 

* Benedict Cumberbatch for Sherlock: His Last Vow (#3.3)
* Adrien Brody for Houdini 
* Richard Jenkins for Olive Kitteridge 
Mark Ruffalo for The Normal Heart
Billy Bob Thornton for Fargo 

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A TELEVISION MOVIE OR MINI-SERIES
NOMINEES: 

* Ellen Burstyn for Flowers in the Attic
* Maggie Gyllenhaal for The Honourable Woman
Frances McDormand for Olive Kitteridge 
Julia Roberts for The Normal Heart 
Cicely Tyson for The Trip to Bountiful 

OUTSTANDING ACTION PERFORMANCE BY A STUNT ENSEMBLE IN A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES
NOMINEES: 

* 24: Live Another Day
* Boardwalk Empire
* Game of Thrones
* Homeland
* Sons of Anarchy
* The Walking Dead

The Producers Guild Awards will be held on Saturday, January 24th.  Here are the nominees:

OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES
NOMINEES:

* Bradley Cooper, Clint Eastwood, Andrew Lazar, Robert Lorenz, and Peter Morgan for American Sniper 
* Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, John Lesher, and James W. Skotchdopole for Birdman
Richard Linklater and Cathlee Sutherland for Boyhood 
* Megan Ellison, John Kilik, and Bennett Miller for Foxcatcher 
Cean Chaffin for Gone Girl
Wes Anderson, Scott Rudin, Jeremy Dawson, Steven M. Rales for The Grand Budapest Hotel 
* Nora Grossman, Ido Ostrowsky, and Teddy Schwarzman for The Imitation Game
Jennifer Fox and Tony Gilroy for Nightcrawler
Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Lisa Bruce, and Anthony McCarten for The Theory of Everything 
* Jason Blum, Helen Estabrook, and David Lancaster for Whiplash

OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF ANIMATED THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES
NOMINEES: 

* Roy Conli for Big Hero 6
Brad Booker and Guillermo del Toro for The Book of Life 
* David Bleiman Ichioka and Travis Knight for The Boxtrolls 
* Bonnie Arnold for How to Train Your Dragon 2
Dan Lin for The Lego Movie

DOCUMENTARY FILM
NOMINEES:

Life Itself
* Merchants of Doubt
* The Green Prince
* Particle Fever
* Virunga

OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF LONG-FORM TELEVISION
NOMINEES:

* Bradley Buecker, Dante Di Loreto, Brad Falchuk, Joe Incaprera, Alexis Martin Woodall, Tim Minear, Ryan Murphy, Jennifer Salt, and James Wong for American Horror Story 
* Adam Bernstein, John Cameron, Ethan Coen, Joel Coen, Michael Frislev, Noah Hawley, Warren Littlefield, Chad Oakes, and Kim Todd for Fargo 
* Jason Blum, Dante Di Loreto, Scott Ferguson, Dede Gardner, Alexis Martin Woodall, Ryan Murphy, Brad Pitt, Mark Ruffalo for The Normal Heart
The Roosevelts: An Intimate History
Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat, Beryl Vertue, Sue Vertue for Sherlock

OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF EPISODIC TELEVISION, COMEDY
NOMINEES:

The Big Bang Theory
* Louie
* Modern Family
* Orange is the New Black
* Veep

OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF EPISODIC TELEVISION, DRAMA
NOMINEES:

Breaking Bad
* Game of Thrones
* Downton Abbey
* House of Cards
* True Detective

OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF NON-FICTION TELEVISION
NOMINEES: 

30 for 30
* American Masters
* Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown
* Cosmos: A Space Time Odyssey
* Shark Tank

OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF COMPETITION TELEVISION
NOMINEES:

The Amazing Race
* Dancing with the Stars
* Project Runway
* Top Chef
* The Voice

OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & TALK TELEVISION
NOMINEES:

The Colbert Robert
* Jimmy Kimmel Live
* Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
* Real Time with Bill Maher
* The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon