It was supposed to be "A Star is Borns" night. Instead, top honors went to another popular movie about the unlikely rise of a powerhouse singer.In an upset, "Bohemian Rhapsody," the biopic about Freddie Mercury and British rock band Queen, won best drama at the 76th annual Golden Globes on Sunday. Rami Malek, who won raves for his full-throated portrayal of the late Mercury, won best actor in a drama and thanked Mercury onstage "for giving me the thrill of a lifetime." "Green Book," the inspirational true story about a budding friendship between an African-American pianist and a white bouncer on a tour of the Deep South in the early 1960s, won three Globes, including best picture in the musical/comedy category. It beat out "Vice," the polarizing Dick Cheney biopic, which led all films with six nominations."Green Books" director Peter Farrelly, made a plea for tolerance in his acceptance speech. "We are still living in divided times, maybe more so now than ever," he said. "All we have to do is just talk and not judge people by their differences, and look for what we have in common."