I’m a little concerned about Cate Blanchett winning the Best Supporting Actress trophy at the SAG Awards last night. Did she beat out Virginia Madsen (far and away the most deserving contender, as almost all the critics’ groups have proclaimed) because the SAG membership had some kind of collective understanding that the ensemble acting award would go to the cast of Sideways? Or does a majority of the Academy’s largest branch really and truly believe that Blanchett’s performance as Kate Hepburn (undeniably rich, but relatively narrow in scope and clearly lacking in terms of emotional/spiritual depth) is more worthy than Madsen’s? Or is this some kind of oddball, turned-around thing about people wanting to pay some kind of tribute to The Aviator? I don’t get it.