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74th Golden Globe Odds


Best Motion Picture Drama:

Manchester By The Sea -170

Moonlight +130

Lion +2200

Hacksaw Ridge +1300

Hell or High Water +2500

Manchester by the Sea has captured the attention of the critics as well as the Golden Globes odds makers. A riveting, albeit unexpected, performance by Ben’s little brother Casey Affleck took this film to an entirely new level. Perhaps it was in part due to the film’s locale in the tony little enclave 40 minutes north of Boston that made this Massachusetts native so at home. Regardless, the buzz is all about Affleck and Manchester by the Sea, and though we wince when laying the lumber, we have no choice.

Golden Globe Pick: Manchester by the Sea -170 at BetDSI.


Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Drama:

Casey Affleck -260

Denzel Washington +250

Andrew Garfield +1300

Joel Edgerton  +1500

Viggo Mortensen +1800

Though Casey Affleck’s star shone more brightly than most could have imagined in Manchester by the Sea, we are hitching our wagon to another star. Simply put, there are too many other phenomenal performances that will render a better return on our Golden Globes picks this year. Denzel may be a sentimental favorite but I am putting my money on a supremely talented Aussie named Joel Edgerton. Edgerton carries a quiet poignancy coupled with a script in Loving about an interracial couple battling Virginia law back in the 50’s. The subject matter should resonate with the voters and so too should Edgerton’s performance.

Golden Globe Pick: Joel Edgerton +1500


Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture Drama:

Natalie Portman -425

Isabelle Huppert +500

Amy Adams +800

Ruth Negga +1400

Jessica Chastain +2500

Yet another stone cold favorite that I wish I could bet without remorse but Natalie Portman was not the only killer performance in this talented category. Portman resurrected Jackie Kennedy in a way few others could, but haven’t we had enough of Camelot over the past 50 years? I am going with another stellar veteran of film and stage in Amy Adams. The 42-year-old former army brat has two Golden Globes on her mantle and her portrayal of Louise Banks, a linguistics professor who has been tapped by the military to communicate with aliens, was nuanced and contemplative in what was more than just a sci-fi thriller in Arrival.

Golden Globe Pick: Amy Adams +800