Best Acceptance Speech:
Tilda Swinton “Michael Clayton” – She was totally shocked that she won and still had the wherewithal to make comments about her agent’s butt and George Clooney acting like Batman on the set.
Best Emotional Reaction – A tie between Marion Cotillard “La Vie en Rose” and Glen Hansard “Falling Slowly” from “Once” (best song)
That’s’ the most arrogant guy I’ve ever seen (or something like that) John Stewart talking about Glen Hansard.
Best Joke Runner up
"Democrats do have an historic race going. Hillary Clinton vs Barack Obama. Normally, when you see a black man or a woman president an asteroid is about to hit the Statue of Liberty. How will we know it's the future? Silver unitards, that can't be all?"
Most Predicted win:
Daniel Day-Lewis in “There Will Be Blood”
Best Flub Recovery:
Best Joke that went on too long:
The Halle Berry and Judy Dence thing
George Clooney “Michael Clayton”
Most disappointed look:
Hal Holbrook, “Into the Wild” (Of course he could just be old.)
Helen Mirren, I love it when an woman of her caliber says “Cojones”
Best Walk off:
Marion Cotillard and Forest Steven Whitaker
Most Stunning Pregnant Woman:
A movie about gay rights (Freeheld”) announced as the winner by the military
Best Ah Ha moment:
Hey, all of the actor winners were European.
Best Goth Chick:
Diablo Cody, “Juno”
Best Homoerotic Moment:
Daniel Day Lewis kissing George Clooney
Best Inscrutable Look:
Best Mea Culpa:
Bringing Marketa Irglova back out