James Cameron and Avatar cast at the Golden GlobesThe 100 or so members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association must have really loved James Cameron's 'Avatar' to keep from voting for his ex-wife Kathryn Bigelow as Best Director for 'The Hurt Locker.' Ask yourself: Given the chance to honor the maker of what may become the biggest box office hit of all time with a Golden Globe for Best Dramatic Motion Picture and take the rare opportunity to acknowledge a woman for besting men in a men's world, shouldn't you take the double?

In their turnaround between their nominating and their final ballots, the foreign press drop-kicked both their drama favorite 'Up in the Air' and their comedy/musical favorite 'Nine' to the curb. 'Up in the Air' cashed in only one of its six nominations -- the best screenplay award to 'Up in the Air' -- and 'Nine' went oh-for-four. Quentin Tarantino's 'Inglourious Basterds,' which also had four nominations, felt the love just once, for Christoph Waltz's supporting actor performances.