This year, the whole world witnessed an incredible array of movies that portrayed stunning acting, great plots, and brilliant cinematography. So, it is pretty apparent that the Golden Globe-nominated movies and TV shows of 2022 are an impressive lot. Here is the complete list if you would like to take a look.
At this point, we are still not sure when the Golden Globe ceremony will take place, mainly since the Hollywood Foreign Press Association was under fire at the beginning of this year for its failure to bring about diversity. Nonetheless, the organization is sure making progress, and this is quite evident from the list of nominees this year, of course, check out this Fanduel and NY betting market odds if you are into sports betting, and with the festive season upon us, now is the perfect time to catch up on some of the best Golden Globe-nominated movies of 2022 on streaming platforms. So, here is a non-exhaustive list of movies and shows worth watching.
- Tick, Tick…Boom!
Now, Tick, Tick…Boom! Is nominated for Best Picture, Musical or Comedy and Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy (Andrew Garfield).
The movie is the directorial debut of Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Lin-Manuel Miranda. It is also the adaptation of an autobiographical musical by Jonathan Larson. Larson, the creator of Rent, is known for revolutionizing theatre.
Andrew Garfield plays the role of Jon, a young theatre composer who is waiting tables at a New York City diner in 1990 alongside working on the next great American musical. Jon feels the pressure from everywhere just as he is due to showcase his work in performance that would make or break his career—there is his girlfriend Susan, who hopes for an artistic life beyond New York City, and his friend Michael, who has stopped dreaming of a financially secure life.
To make things more awry, the AIDS epidemic is ravaging the artistic community. With the clock ticking, Jon is at a crossroads, trying to figure out the solution to a question that is on everyone’s mind—“what are we meant to do with the time on our hands?”
- Squid Game
Unless you have been living under a rock, you have heard of Squid Game. The show captured millions of hearts, coming off as a unique thriller that kept people at the edge of their seats. So, it does deserve to be nominated for the Best Television Series, Drama, alongside two other nominations—Best Supporting Actor, Television (O Yeong-Su), and Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series Drama (Lee Jung Jae).
The TV show talks about a group of financially struggling adults who agree to compete in a game series for a whopping cash prize. The catch? There can only be a single winner, and whoever loses dies, they are killed violently. So, this show is not for the faint of heart.
- Only Murders in the Building
With famous actors, Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez playing the role of neighbors in an apartment building, Only Murders in the Building is a true thriller. All the three main characters here are obsessed with true-crime podcasts. So, when a murder happens in their building, they jump at the chance to play detective, but they do go a step ahead by starting a podcast of their own.
The movie was nominated for Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy, and Best Actor in a TV Series, Musical or Comedy (Steve Martin and Martin Short).
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Put forward by Danny Strong (producer) and Michael Keaton (executive-producer), Dopesick describes how a single company gave rise to the worst drug epidemic in American history. The series will take you to the epicenter of America’s struggle with opioid addiction—from the distressed Virginia mining community to the boardrooms of Big Pharma and the hallways of the DEA.
Dopesick received three nominations for the Golden Globe 2022—Best Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television, Best Performance by an Actor, Limited Series, Anthology Series or Motion Picture Made for Television (Michael Keaton), and the Best Supporting Actress, Television.