It's a pretty safe bet that when the
When it comes to this award, SAG voters are all about quantity. For five years running, the film ensemble winner has gone to the movie with the most cast members cited. This has led to some odd choices. Personally, I'm partial to the ensemble led by
This year, SAG's reward-in-bulk philosophy probably means that truly great ensembles ("Nebraska,"
But the rest of the movie's presidential parade felt more like a trip to Madame Tussaud's. Are you telling me, SAG voters, that Liev Schreiber's constipated LBJ is worthier than, say,
Yes, it's a rhetorical question. SAG celebrated "Bobby" in 2006, for crying out loud. Which means that "The Butler's" spotty cast will likely be nominated alongside the hefty, high-profile ensembles from "12 Years a Slave" and
The fifth slot could go to "Nebraska" or "Llewyn Davis" or perhaps