You all know by now that last night, Heath Ledger won the Golden Globe for best supporting actor in a motion picture.
I haven't seen all of the performances nominated, but I'm a big fan of Ledger's work in The Dark Knight.
Have you seen the movie? Did he deserve to win? How much of the win is based on the fact that he died before the movie came out?
Here's video of the moment of the win.
I think the clip of "his work" was pretty cheesy, and if it was meant to be a tribute, it was a pretty half-hearted one. They should have just let it sit as a standard win and let the moment be what it was. It took away from the emotion of the standing ovation for me. But I am glad that he won the award.