Sure, a lot of deserving movies and performers won Golden Globes last night, and there were Baltimore connections to almost all of them. "The Social Network," shot in small part on the Johns Hopkins campus, won four awards (for best drama, director, screenplay and score). Baltimore-bred Bart Walker, who helped shepherd the best comedy, "The Kids Are All Right," to the screen, got an onstage shout-out from producer Jeffrey Levy-Hinte. Melissa Leo, a Baltimore favorite from her time shooting "Homicide" here, took home a best supporting actress prize for her performance in "The Fighter" (for my money, her rare over-the-top performance). Colin Firth, who won in the most talent-packed category (best dramatic actor), regally stood up for "The King's Speech," a movie whose plot pivots on the global social-climbing of Baltimorean Wallis Simpson. And on the TV side, Al Pacino, in accepting the best actor prize for "You Don't Know Jack," hailed director Barry Levinson, "who did so much for this movie and found an eloquence and did so much for me."