There you have it, folks. The 2017 Golden Globe awards finally aired, and a lot of well-deserved awards were handed out over the course of the evening. From La La Land to Atlanta, the night served as an excellent affirmation of the best and brightest in the current Hollywood landscape. That said, there were still quite a few snubs that definitely need to be addressed.

With that in mind, we have taken it upon ourselves to compile a list of the five biggest snubs from this year's Golden Globes ceremony. Some of these snubs are actors, while others are entire films, but all of them went wholly overlooked at the awards ceremony this year. Check out our entries and let us know what movies and actors you think should've won. Now, let's get the ball rolling with one of the evening's earliest (and most surprising) snubs.

Best Supporting Actor - Mahershala Ali

The fact that Mahershala Ali did not win a Golden Globe for his work on Moonlight is nothing less than shocking for anyone who has seen the film. The actor delivered a career-defining performance in Barry Jenkins' drama as drug dealer Juan, and he had already cleaned up at numerous other award ceremonies leading up to the Golden Globes. He seemed like definite a shoo-in. Aaron Taylor-Johnson's performance in Nocturnal Animals was impressive, but his Golden Globe win defied all expectations and conventional wisdom. That said, let's see what happens for Ali when the Oscar nominations roll around, because he's certainly still deserving of more recognition.

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