BEST PICTURE (Drama)- The Social Network
BEST PICTURE (Musical or Comedy)- The Kids Are All Right
BEST DIRECTOR- David Fincher, The Social Network
BEST ACTOR (Drama)- Colin Firth, The King's Speech
BEST ACTRESS (Drama)- Natalie Portman, Black Swan
BEST ACTOR (Comedy)- Paul Giamatti, Barney's Version
BEST ACTRESS (Comedy)- Annette Bening, The Kids Are All Right
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR- Christian Bale, The Fighter
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS- Melissa Leo, The Fighter
BEST SCREENPLAY- The Social Network- Aaron Sorkin
BEST ANIMATED FEATURE- Toy Story 3
BEST FOREIGN FILM- In a Better World (Denmark)
BEST ORIGINAL SCORE- The Social Network- Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
BEST ORIGINAL SONG- "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me," Burlesque
CECIL B. DEMILLE AWARD- Robert DeNiro
So The Social Network remains supreme with the Hollywood Foreign Press winning four out of six awards-- it only lost in acting categories, which sadly proves a point that subtlety never wins awards. Still it's a good showing for the usual suspects. It's a shame when the biggest surprise is Best Foreign Film.
BEST SPEECH: Natalie Portman, who was cute and sincere and utterly charming, with baby bump and all.
runners-up: Melissa Leo, who appears slightly drunk (this is the Globes) but totally thrilled; her co-star Christian Bale, finally publicly speaking with his natural accent; and Annette Bening who closed her graciously polite speech with a sweet nod to her husband, the recipient of the 1962 Golden Globe for Most Promising Newcomer.