By Matt Patches, Hollywood.com Staff
Unlike the Academy Awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has structured its Golden Globes awards show to maximize film exposure. If it's remotely good be it a drama, a comedy, a musical, or even a performance that lasts a few minutes it stands a good chance at a nomination. Often, the criteria for the Golden Globes seems too loose anyone see The Tourist? but in many cases, the expansion into all genres allows for the year's best to earn the gold they deserve.
To prove that the Oscars don't always get it right (and the Golden Globes often pick up their slack), Hollywood.com has assembled some of the past decade's most egregious snubs. Whether they lost out in the Academy home stretch or failed to even get a nomination, the Globes were smart enough to bestow these movies and actors with their prestigious prize. Check out our gallery of
9 Golden Globe Winners Who Should Have Won Oscars
Follow Matt Patches on Twitter @misterpatches
[Photo Credit: Focus Features]
2013 Golden Globes: 'Lincoln,' 'Argo' Lead Movie Nominations. See the Full List Here!
Tracking the ""It"" Color at the Golden Globes
Golden Globes 2013 Movie Snubs: Where Is Matthew McConaughey?
From Our Partners:
'Texas Chainsaw': Top 5 Leatherface Kills (Moviefone)
Quentin Tarantino's Most Bad-Ass Music Moments (Moviefone)