20 Best, Worst and WTF Moments at Golden Globes 2016

From Ricky Gervais' scorched-earth hosting to surprise upsets, the high and lows of last night's award's show

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Worst: Quentin Tarantino Making It All About Quentin Tarantino
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Worst: Quentin Tarantino Making It All About Quentin Tarantino

We're ecstatic that legendary composer Ennio Morricone won the Best Score award for his work on Tarantino's wild Western The Hateful Eight. But as the director went into a speech that can only be described as particularly Tarantino-esque, the tilting toward "And I was the director" territory started to gratingly feel like someone was treating the honor like it was their own win. And while Morricone is certainly an icon whose work deserves to be celebrated, comparing him to other composers by putting the other ones down isn't a particularly good look.

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