So, was it our zombified Globe-worship that caused it ("No, no, it says right here, 'No Golden Globe Picture nomination for Inside Out!...Well, that's it, game over, let's go home!"), or did we pretty well snub ourselves out of any more animated-Picture legitimacy for now till kingdom-come, after we got so gushy about Beauty & the Beast the first time and pestered them for it to happen again for most of the entire 90's?Ben wrote:I think it *was* robbed, but I am not surprised. It seemed to lose a lot of momentum recently.
Of B&B, TS3 and Inside Out, I know which one deserved to win Best Picture, and if it was between just B&B and Inside, hell yeah, I know which one deserved it.
(And if Mad Max does take home a thoroughly undeserved win, just for any sentimental "Yeah, finally, a real movie!" votes, and lingering frustrations to protest last year's obscurities, it'll be a bit of an extra slap in the face to Inside, but at least proves that the hard work was not in vain, and the revolution we were expecting Inside's win to cause can still happen in the hearts of next year's voters.)