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James Cameron Is the 2010 Golden Globe Award Winner For Best Director 2010-01-17 19:21:15

Do You Agree With the Globe Winner for Best Director?

Well, the Avatar juggernaut just keeps chugging along! James Cameron is the winner for this year's Golden Globe in the Best Director category! He beat out Kathryn Bigelow, Jason Reitman, Clint Eastwood, and Quentin Tarantino. Do you agree with this win?

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Miss-Shapes Miss-Shapes 6 years
His win depressed me. The Globes need to get real - fast.
Linda-McP Linda-McP 6 years
One of the worst wins of the night.
suziryder suziryder 6 years
I think Kathryn Bigelow should have won for the Hurt Locker. In twenty years, Avatar will be just another crummy popcorn film, and the Hurt Locker will probably stand out as the definitive film on the Iraq war.
theironist theironist 6 years
I was hoping Jason Reitman would win. He is easily becoming my favourite director, and that's not even a Canadian bias. Thank You For Smoking, Juno, and Up in the Air have been quality!!
lizlee89 lizlee89 6 years
I am just speechless. I just don't understand how the least deserving director this could have won. I am seriously almost insulted by how wrong this is - did the Hollywood Foreign Press watch the movies??!! Avatar may have been a sweeping epic; it may have been a love project that took 30 years to make; it may have been a wonderful visual adventure (I refuse to say "groundbreaking;" it really wasn't that innovative); but it was not the best directed movie of the year. I guess box office is what really counts, though...
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