Since the HFPA didn’t nominate any comedy films for a Golden Globe, vote for comedies here (Poll)

By | December 17, 2013 at 11:23 am | 3 comments | News, Opinion, Polls/Surveys | Tags: , , , , ,

If it isn’t the Recording Academy disappointing comedy fans it’s the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. This year, those lovable scamps nominated five films in the category of Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy— none of which are, in most intelligent people’s minds, comedies or musicals. They are as follows: American Hustle, Her, Inside Llewyn Davis, Nebraska, and The Wolf of Wall Street.

So, with the absence of any real comedy flicks to champion on Sunday, Jan 12, when the awards are presented live on NBC, we thought it might be fun to allow our readers to vote on some of the best comedies of the year. Check out Laughspin’s nominee’s below.

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  • Will

    It’s clear to me that Dylan P. Gadino hasn’t seen The Wolf of Wall Street, as well as American Hustle nor Nebraska, because they are 100% comedies and actually funnier than any of those on the list. Hangover III, really?

    • m.t.

      the poll above is actually offensive to intelligent people. what about ‘enough said?’ that was one of the strongest comedies of the year. also Don Jon. i understand the audience of this blog, but still

      • m.t.

        oh, and Francis Ha. i’ve read so much about woody allen on laughspin over the years, and when another film finally approaches his 70s comedic style it is completely ignored