David Fincher's movie about the founding of Facebook won the Golden Globes for best dramatic film, best screenplay, best director, and best original score. But major acting awards were spread across the board: Natalie Portman won best dramatic actress for "Black Swan," Colin Firth best dramatic actor for "The King's Speech."
"The Kids Are Alright" scored top honors in the comedic realm, winning the award for best non-dramatic film. Annette Bening, who stars alongside Julianne Moore in the movie about a lesbian couple whose children seek out their biological father, picked up the award for best comedic actress. Paul Giamatti took home the best comedic actor trophy for "Barney's Version."
For the second year in a row, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association lavished accolades on "Glee" which won Globes for best supporting actress (Jane Lynch), best supporting actor (Chris Colfer) and best comedic series. HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" dominated the drama front, winning the award for best dramatic series and best dramatic actor (Steve Buscemi).