You would think that when a guy wins an award, he would be in a good mood and festive. OK, so maybe the person who wins the award for employee of the month at McDonalds doesn't really need the free Big Mac, but for the most part, people are generally in a good mood when they get recognized for their work.
It would seem that logic would follow when Josh Brolin won the award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "Milk" at the New York Film Critics Award dinner last night. Yeah, not so much. After thanking Sean Penn and calling him a great actor, he then spent the next several moments basically trashing his former American Gangster co-star Russell Crowe.
He called Russell Crowe an a-hole. He must have read the blog yesterday. Didn't even use the full term just went ahead with the a-hole. Should have gone on to say something about how it will replace Cornholio in the modern lexicon, but he didn't. And then for good measure, just in case anyone didn't hear him the first time, he went ahead and made the point again that Russell Crowe is an a-hole. Wow. Tell us how you really feel. I mean Josh just won an award and he had all the charges dropped against him for that New Orleans bar fight a few months ago and he still has venom for Russell. I can only imagine what would happen if he had been in a bad mood.