20 Best, Worst and Most WTF Moments of Golden Globes 2018

From Seth Meyers putting abusers on blast to that historic Oprah speech – the highlights (and low points) of this year's politically charged broadcast

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Worst: 'Call Me by Your Name' Gets the Cold Shoulder

Worst: 'Call Me by Your Name' Gets the Cold Shoulder

One of the year's most critically beloved films, Call Me by Your Name crystallized the experience of infatuation with delicate, slow-burning grace. But the HFPA were less than enthused, snubbing it in all three categories for which it was nominated – Best Motion Picture, Best Actor (Timothée Chalamet) and Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Armie Hammer). Not to mention that both director Luca Guadagnino and screenwriter James Ivory were snubbed in their categories nomination-wise, despite having crafted what's arguably the most evocative cinematic mood piece since Moonlight. This quietly unfolding gay romance may lack the bombast of other films the Globes favored, but its subtlety is also the source of its power. The film's failure to bring home any gold was a crying shame. JS

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