Track the 2014 Season with The Awards Matrix

Boyhood won big at Sunday night's Golden Globes in Los Angeles, taking Best Motion Picture - Drama, Best Director for Richard Linklater as well as Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for Patricia Arquette. Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel won Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosted, announcing that their third round as Globes hosts would be their last. They served up a good amount of snark, speaking to the room packed with celebrities and industry brass and welcoming "all you despicable, spoiled [and] minimally talented brats." North Korea served as fodder throughout the evening as Margaret Cho played a Hollywood Foreign Press Association member from the isolated country. Fey and Poehler said the evening was to "celebrate the television shows we know and love as well as the movies North Korea [approves of]," referencing the recent on and off release of The Interview.

Among the other major big screen awards, Julianne Moore won Best Actress in a Drama for her role in Still Alice, while Eddie Redmayne won in the Actor category for The Theory of Everything. J.K. Simmons won Best Supporting Actor for his role in Damien Chazelle's Whiplash. Michael Keaton took the Best Actor prize in the Comedy or Musical category for his role in New York Film Festival closing-night film Birdman and Amy Adams won the same in the Actress category for Big Eyes. Adams appeared truly surprised by her win, saying that she was not prepared to make an acceptance speech and joking that she hadn't even re-applied her lip gloss.