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The Golden Globes are a phony and fun awards ceremony.  The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is basically a bunch of folks who want to hang out with celebrities and nominations can easily be purchased.  That being said, the loose nature of the ceremony allows for a more relaxed atmosphere.  Winners give amusing speeches, likable hosts (this year it's Amy Poehler and Tina Fey) carry the rest of the show, and all of the stars have a good time eating and drinking during the ceremony. So it's a bit odd that the Golden Globes have ruled Scarlett Johansson ineligible for her astounding vocal performance in Spike Jonze's Her according to The Wrap.  In the film, Joaquin Phoenix's character falls in love with his computer's A.I. operating system, who is voiced by Johansson.  It's a unique and memorable performance, but the Golden Globes apparently believe she has to physically »

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