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The Golden Globes: A night of surprises

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The 70th annual Golden Globes has come to a close. The glitz and glamour of it all came and went Sunday evening with a night full of surprises.

Even though Toure, our resident movie expert, claims that this was “the year of “Lincoln””, Steven Spielberg did not walk away with the Best Director award, that honor went to Ben Affleck, a man who was not even nominated for an Oscar.

Argo even beat out “Lincoln” for best picture, but Toure re-assured us all that “Lincoln” will still walk away with the Oscar. As “the Globes are historically a bad Oscar predictor” Toure commented during today’s show. He continued to say how “in the last eight years the Globes have only twice predicted the Oscar winner… The Hollywood Foreign Press is really bad at picking what the Oscars are going to pick.”  So what other surprises came out Sunday evening?

Here is how it all broke down:

And the biggest surprise of it all, Toure did not win The Cycle’s Golden Globes pool. He tied for first place with another team member:

Better luck to him during our Oscar pool where he has already divulged his secrets during last Friday’s rant on “How to win your Oscar Poll”.

We want to hear what your biggest surprise was Sunday evening. Tell us in the comments section below or on our Facebook page.

The Golden Globes: A night of surprises

Updated