Watching Hannity and Colmes for some reason, and they are debating whether Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ
was rightfully or wrongfully snubbed at the Golden Globe noms. I have not seen it, and cannot say anything to the substance of the filmmaking or other quality. But, to the argument that the most popular film of the year does not say anything about the best
film of the year, I say:
- Forrest Gump
- The Return of the King
When, exactly, did giving films awards start depending on quality?