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Do You Agree With This Year's Golden Globe Winners?

Jan 13 2014 - 7:00am

The HFPA has made its picks for the Golden Globe winners, and now it's your turn. American Hustle and 12 Years a Slave took home the big prizes of the evening, Matthew McConaughey [1] won for Dallas Buyers Club, Jennifer Lawrence [2] claimed a trophy for American Hustle, Elisabeth Moss [3] scored credit for her role on Top of the Lake, and Behind the Candelabra beat out the competition for best miniseries or made-for-TV movie. Do you think the winners deserve their awards? Sound off.

Best Supporting Actress

Jennifer Lawrence [4] beat out stiff competition to win best supporting actress for her role in American Hustle. Do you think she deserved her win?

Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or Made-For-TV Movie

Jacqueline Bisset took home the award for her role in Dancing on the Edge. Are you glad she won?

Best Actor, TV Drama

Bryan Cranston won for Breaking Bad after a dramatic turn this season. He was up against the likes of Kevin Spacey [5], but are you glad he took home the award?

Best TV Series, Drama

Breaking Bad took home the big TV award for the night. Do you think it deserved to win?

Best Actress in a Miniseries or Made-For-TV Movie

Elisabeth Moss [6] won for her haunting part in Top of the Lake. Did you watch the miniseries, and do you think she deserved to win?

Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Made-For-TV Movie

Jon Voight beat Aaron Paul, Rob Lowe [7], Corey Stoll, and Josh Charles to win his award for Ray Donovan. Is his performance worth the award?

Best Actress, TV Drama

Robin Wright won for House of Cards, making history for Netflix. She was up against some really solid competitors like Kerry Washington and Julianna Margulies — did she deserve to win?

Best Actress, Musical or Comedy

Amy Adams [8] won for her role in American Hustle over Julie Delpy, Greta Gerwig, Julia Louis-Dreyfus [9], and Meryl Streep [10]. Did she deserve to win for the crime comedy?

Best Actor, TV Comedy or Musical

In one of the night's biggest twists, Andy Samberg [11] won for his role as Det. Jake Peralta in Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Given that he was up against such talented competition as Jason Bateman [12] and Michael J. Fox, are you happy he won?

Best Actress, Comedy or Musical

Amy Poehler [13] finally won! The funny lady (and host) took home a Globe for her part on Parks and Recreation. Was it finally time for Leslie Knope to have her day in the sun?

Best Animated Movie

Frozen won over The Croods and Despicable Me 2. Is Disney's musical the best of the bunch?

Best TV Series, Comedy or Musical

Brooklyn Nine-Nine came home with a huge win: best comedy series. The show beat the likes of Modern Family and The Big Bang Theory. Do you think it should have won?

Best Director

Alfonso Cuarón won for his work on Gravity. The director bested fellow nominees like Steve McQueen and David O. Russell. Did he deserve to win?

Best Actor, Drama

Matthew McConaughey [14] won for his powerful performance in Dallas Buyers Club. Up against Tom Hanks [15], Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Robert Redford [16], he had some tough competition. Are you glad he won?

Best Screenplay

Her director Spike Jonze beat out John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) and David O. Russell (American Hustle) for best screenplay. Was the win deserved?

Best Actor, Musical or Comedy

Christian Bale [17], Bruce Dern, Oscar Isaac, and Joaquin Phoenix [18] were all nominated, but it was Leonardo DiCaprio [19] who won for his comical role in The Wolf of Wall Street. Did he deserve it?

Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy

American Hustle hustled its way to the top for best musical or comedy. Was it better than Her, Inside Llewyn Davis, Nebraska, and The Wolf of Wall Street?

Best Actress, Drama

Cate Blanchett [20] won over nominees Sandra Bullock [21], Judi Dench, Emma Thompson [22], and Kate Winslet [23]. Is her performance in Blue Jasmine worthy of a Golden Globe?

Best Motion Picture, Drama

Though 12 Years a Slave didn't win in any of the acting categories, the film did go home with the grand prize of the night. Is it deserving of the award?

Best Actor in a Miniseries or Made-For-TV Movie

Michael Douglas took home the Globe for his portrayal of Liberace in Behind the Candelabra, joking to his fellow competitor costar Matt Damon [24] that he only won because he had more sequins. Did the HFPA make the right call?

Best Supporting Actor

Jared Leto [25] won for his performance as an AIDS patient in Dallas Buyers Club. Did he deserve to win against Bradley Cooper [26] and Michael Fassbender?

Best Miniseries or Made-For-TV Movie

Behind the Candelabra won against the likes of Top of the Lake and American Horror Story. Do you think it deserved to win?

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