The 15 Films You Have To Watch Before The Golden Globes — & Where To Find Them

The Golden Globes are the traditional kick-off to awards season, heralding the start of a whirlwind blur of parties, luncheons, red carpets and confirmation speeches that culminates in the Academy Awards a little over a month later. This year, only the first part is true. The Golden Globes, delayed from its traditional January calendar date until February 28, is still the first ceremony of the traditional Hollywood awards circuit, celebrating nominees in both films and TV. But the glamorous gatherings are cancelled. Familiar favorites Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will be hosting for the fourth time, but from separate coasts, in a simultaneous broadcast. And any drunken antics by stars will be taking place in their own abodes, rather than the ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel.  But change isn’t necessarily all bad. For the first time, the vast majority of films nominated this year are al…

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