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'Boyhood' Wins Big at Golden Globes

A movie that took 12 years to make won the top dramatic film prize at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association”s 72nd annual Golden Globes Awards Sunday in Beverly Hills. “Boyhood” won awards for best dramatic film, the best director prize for Richard Linklater and best supporting actress award for Patricia Arquette. “The Grand Budapest Hotel” won the Golden Globe for best musical or comedy film, beating out “Birdman,” “Into the Woods,” “Pride,” and “St. Vincent.” In television...

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