Gwilym Lee and Rami Malek in a scene from the Globes' surprise big winner "Bohemian Rhapsody."
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Instead, the night's final two awards went to "Bohemian Rhapsody" -- the popular but poorly reviewed drama about Queen's frontman, a movie that wrapped after jettisoning its director, Bryan Singer -- and best actor-winner Rami Malek for his full-bodied, prosthetic-teeth-aided performance as Mercury.A year after Oprah Winfrey's fiery anti-Donald Trump speech at the Globes, politics were largely absent from the ceremony before Christian Bale took the stage for winning best actor in a musical or comedy for his lead performance in Adam McKay's "Vice".Oh performed an impression of a sexist caveman film executive who casts like the title of Damien Chazelle's Neil Armstrong drama -- "First ... man!"It won best film, comedy or musical, and best screenplay.The HFPA don't including foreign language films in their two best picture categories (for drama and musical/comedy), leaving Alfonso Cuaron's masterwork "Roma" out of the top category.Cuaron won best director and the Mexican-born filmmaker's movie won best foreign language film."The Kominsky Method" won both best actor in a comedy series for Michael Douglas (he dedicated the honor to this 102-year-old father, Kirk Douglas) and for best comedy series.
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