I would never want to rain on Kate Winslet's parade, especially when she has given two such impressive performances as she did in "Revolutionary Road" and "The Reader."
But a best supporting actress Golden Globe victory for "Reader?" If one goes along with that theory, why not Sean Penn in the supporting actor division for "Milk?"
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, a group famous for making strange award choices in its umpteen-year history, obviously bought in to the campaign being waged to win recognition for each of Winslet's two strong 2008 performances, a plan that requires us to believe that this fine actress plays a leading role in "Revolutionary" but a supporting one in "Reader."
One wonders whether those Oscar-campaign planners actually have seen the latter movie.
I'm in favor of actors getting all the awards and rewards they can comfortably haul away in a stretch limo, but it seems time for a reality check here