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Golden Globes nominations predictions: Drama or comedy? It's anyone's guess

"Green Book" and "Bohemian Rhapsody" won the best motion picture Golden Globes in January. Can you remember which movie won for comedy/musical and which took the drama prize?

It's tricky, isn't it? And arbitrary. "Bohemian Rhapsody," in case your memory's sketchy, was classified as a drama ... so it would naturally follow that this year, "Rocketman," the Elton John biopic that was far more serious-minded than the Queen movie, would also be a drama. Nope. It's competing for the comedy/musical Globe.

Anyway, all this to say: I don't make the rules. I just smile, shake my head and remember that it's just the Golden Globes. Pour yourself a glass of champagne and read my predictions for this year's nominations.

MOTION PICTURE DRAMA

"The Irishman"

"Marriage Story"

"1917"

"Little Women"

"Ford v Ferrari"

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