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The full list of winners for the 86th Annual Academy Awards!

03.03.2014

UPDATE: Added the Oscar acceptance speeches for the major awards as well as Bill Murray's tribute to Harold Ramis. Enjoy!

The results are in for the 86th Annual Academy Awards and they're a nice mixed bag at that. GRAVITY took home the most awards. Some great highlights, including first time wins for Matthew McConaughey, Lupita Nyong'o, Jared Leto, Alfonso Cuaron, and Spike Jonze (amongst others). Other great wins included Steven Price for best score (GRAVITY), FROZEN for best animated feature, and John Ridley taking best screenplay for 12 YEARS A SLAVE. Notable lockouts were fan favorites THE WOLF OF WALL STREET and AMERICAN HUSTLE, which both went home empty handed, leaving DiCaprio without a golden statue once again. That's okay. He no doubt has many more on the way.

Full roster of WINNERS are HIGHLIGTED in BLUE below:

Best Picture

AMERICAN HUSTLE, Charles Roven, Richard Suckle, Megan Ellison, and Jonathan Gordon, Producers

CAPTAIN PHILLIPS, Scott Rudin, Dana Brunetti and Michael De Luca, Producers

DALLAS BUYERS CLUB, Robbie Brenner and Rachel Winter, Producers

GRAVITY, Alfonso Cuaron and David Heyman, Producers

HER, Megan Ellison, Spike Jonze, and Vincent Landay, Producers

NEBRASKA, Albert Berger and Ron Yerxa, Producers

PHILOMENA, Gabrielle Tana, Steve Coogan, and Tracey Seaward, Producers

12 YEARS A SLAVE, Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Steve McQueen, and Anthony Katagas, Producers

THE WOLF OF WALL STREET, Nominees To Be Determined

Directing

David O. Russell - AMERICAN HUSTLE

Alfonso Cuaron - GRAVITY

Alexander Payne - NEBRASKA

Steve McQueen - 12 YEARS A SLAVE

Martin Scorsese - THE WOLF OF WALL STREET

Actor in a Leading Role

Christian Bale - AMERICAN HUSTLE

Bruce Dern - NEBRASKA

Leonardo DiCaprio - THE WOLF OF WALL STREET

Chiwetel Ejiofor - 12 YEARS A SLAVE

Matthew McConaughey - DALLAS BUYERS CLUB

Actress in a Leading Role

Amy Adams - AMERICAN HUSTLE

Cate Blanchett - BLUE JASMINE

Judi Dench - PHILOMENA

Meryl Streep - AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY

Sandra Bullock - GRAVITY

Actor in a Supporting Role

Barkhad Abdi - CAPTAIN PHILLIPS

Bradley Cooper - AMERICAN HUSTLE

Michael Fassbender - 12 YEARS A SLAVE

Jonah Hill - THE WOLF OF WALL STREET

Jared Leto - DALLAS BUYERS CLUB

Actress in a Supporting Role

Sally Hawkins - BLUE JASMINE

Jennifer Lawrence - AMERICAN HUSTLE

Lupita Nyong'o - 12 YEARS A SLAVE

Julia Roberts - AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY

June Squibb - NEBRASKA

Writing (Adapted Screenplay)

BEFORE MIDNIGHT, Written by Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke

CAPTAIN PHILLIPS, Screenplay by Billy Ray

PHILOMENA, Screenplay by Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope

12 YEARS A SLAVE, Screenplay by John Ridley

THE WOLF OF WALL STREET, Screenplay by Terence Winter

Writing (Original Screenplay)

AMERICAN HUSTLE, Written by Eric Warren Singer and David O. Russell

BLUE JASMINE, Written by Woody Allen

DALLAS BUYERS CLUB, Written by Craig Borten & Melisa Wallack

HER, Written by Spike Jonze

NEBRASKA, Written by Bob Nelson

Foreign Language Film

THE BROKEN CIRCLE BREAKDOWN, Belgium

THE GREAT BEAUTY, Italy

THE HUNT, Denmark

THE MISSING PICTURE, Cambodia

OMAR, Palestine

Animated Feature Film

THE CROODS, Chris Sanders, Kirk DeMicco, and Kristine Belson

DESPICABLE ME 2, Chris Renaud, Pierre Coffin, and Chris Meledandri

FROZEN, Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee, and Peter Del Vecho

THE WIND RISES, Hayao Miyazaki and Toshio Suzuki

ERNEST & CELESTINE, Benjamin Renner and Didier Brunner

Cinematography

Philippe Le Sourd - THE GRANDMASTER

Emmanuel Lubezki - GRAVITY

Bruno Delbonnel - INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS

Phedon Papamichael - NEBRASKA

Roger A. Deakins - PRISONERS

Costume Design

Michael Wilkinson - AMERICAN HUSTLE

William Chang Suk Ping - THE GRANDMASTER

Catherine Martin - THE GREAT GATSBY

Michael O'Connor - THE INVISIBLE WOMAN

Patricia Norris - 12 YEARS A SLAVE

Film Editing

AMERICAN HUSTLE, Jay Cassidy, Crispin Struthers and Alan Baumgarten

CAPTAIN PHILLIPS, Christopher Rouse

DALLAS BUYERS CLUB, John Mac McMurphy and Martin Pensa

GRAVITY, Alfonso Cuarón and Mark Sanger

12 YEARS A SLAVE, Joe Walker

Documentary (Feature)

THE ACT OF KILLING, Joshua Oppenheimer and Signe Byrge Sørensen

CUTIE AND THE BOXER, Zachary Heinzerling and Lydia Dean Pilcher

DIRTY WARS, Richard Rowley and Jeremy Scahill

THE SQUARE, Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer

20 FEET FROM STARDOM

Makeup and Hairstyling

DALLAS BUYERS CLUB, Adruitha Lee and Robin Mathews

JACKASS PRESENTS: BAD GRANDPA, Stephen Prouty

THE LONE RANGER, Joel Harlow and Gloria Pasqua-Casny

Music (Original Score)

John Williams - THE BOOK THIEF

Steven Price - GRAVITY

William Butler and Owen Pallett - HER

Alexandre Desplat - PHILOMENA

Thomas Newman - SAVING MR. BANKS

Music (Original Song)

"Alone Yet Not Alone" from ALONE YET NOT ALONE, Music by Bruce Broughton; Lyric by Dennis Spiegel

"Happy" from DESPICABLE ME 2, Music and Lyric by Pharrell Williams

"Let it Go" from FROZEN, Music and Lyric by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez

"The Moon Song" from HER, Music by Karen O; Lyric by Karen O and Spike Jonze

"Ordinary Love" from MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM, Music by Paul Hewson, Dave Evans, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen; Lyric by Paul Hewson

Sound Mixing

CAPTAIN PHILLIPS, Chris Burdon, Mark Taylor, Mike Prestwood Smith and Chris Munro

GRAVITY, Skip Lievsay, Niv Adiri, Christopher Benstead and Chris Munro

THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG, Christopher Boyes, Michael Hedges, Michael Semanick and Tony Johnson

INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS, Skip Lievsay, Greg Orloff and Peter F. Kurland

LONE SURVIVOR, Andy Koyama, Beau Borders and David Brownlow

Sound Editing

ALL IS LOST, Steve Boeddeker and Richard Hymns

CAPTAIN PHILLIPS, Oliver Tarney

GRAVITY, Glenn Freemantle

THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG, Brent Burge

LONE SURVIVOR, Wylie Stateman

Visual Effects

GRAVITY, Tim Webber, Chris Lawrence, Dave Shirk and Neil Corbould

THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG, Joe Letteri, Eric Saindon, David Clayton and Eric Reynolds

IRON MAN 3, Christopher Townsend, Guy Williams, Erik Nash and Dan Sudick

THE LONE RANGER, Tim Alexander, Gary Brozenich, Edson Williams and John Frazier

STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS, Roger Guyett, Patrick Tubach, Ben Grossmann and Burt Dalton

Production Design

AMERICAN HUSTLE, Judy Becker (Production Design); Heather Loeffler (Set Decoration)

GRAVITY, Andy Nicholson (Production Design); Rosie Goodwin and Joanne Woollard (Set Decoration)

THE GREAT GATSBY, Catherine Martin (Production Design); Beverley Dunn (Set Decoration)

HER, K.K. Barrett (Production Design); Gene Serdena (Set Decoration)

12 YEARS A SLAVE, Adam Stockhausen (Production Design); Alice Baker (Set Decoration)

Documentary (Short Subject)

CAVEDIGGER, Jeffrey Karoff

FACING FEAR, Jason Cohen

KARMA HAS NO WALLS, Sara Ishaq

THE LADY IN NUMBER 6: MUSIC SAVED MY LIFE, Malcolm Clarke and Nicholas Reed

PRISON TERMINAL: THE LAST DAYS OF PRIVATE JACK HALL, Edgar Barens

Short Film (Animated)

FERAL, Daniel Sousa and Dan Golden

GET A HORSE!, Lauren MacMullan and Dorothy McKim

MR. HUBLOT, Laurent Witz and Alexandre Espigares

POSSESSIONS, Shuhei Morita

ROOM ON THE BROOM, Max Lang and Jan Lachauer

Short Film (Live Action)

AQUEL NO ERA YO (THAT WASN'T ME), Esteban Crespo

AVANT QUE DE TOUT PERDRE (JUST BEFORE LOSING EVERYTHING), Xavier Legrand and Alexandre Gavras

HELIUM, Anders Walter and Kim Magnusson

PITAAKO MUN KAIKKI HOITAA? (DO I HAVE TO TAKE CARE OF EVERYTHING?), Selma Vilhunen and Kirsikka Saari

THE VOORMAN PROBLEM, Mark Gill and Baldwin Li

 

Source: The Oscars

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3:47PM on 03/03/2014
The awards were pretty well aligned with my own opinions except best picture. I think 12 Years a Slave had an extraordinary cast that did an amazing job (except Pitt, he just seemed off in the movie) BUT it just wasn't that good in my opinion. They made it obvious what they were going for and that was to shock the audience as much as possible with violence against slaves. It used the same method as Passion of the Christ and apparently the academy ate it up. It felt like a movie I have seen
The awards were pretty well aligned with my own opinions except best picture. I think 12 Years a Slave had an extraordinary cast that did an amazing job (except Pitt, he just seemed off in the movie) BUT it just wasn't that good in my opinion. They made it obvious what they were going for and that was to shock the audience as much as possible with violence against slaves. It used the same method as Passion of the Christ and apparently the academy ate it up. It felt like a movie I have seen before and I could see right through it. Maybe I am an asshole for not being moved by it but at this point in cinematic history it has been done before. Last year in fact with Django, which left a way bigger impact. For me the best picture should have been Her. Although Her was a completely out of the box idea that many people think sounds ridiculous, it succeeded in making me laugh, tear up (I don't cry dammit) and actually feel raw emotion that I can relate to. 12 Year a Slave did none of that for me.
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6:35PM on 03/03/2014
How can you compare to PASSION? That movie was torture porn. 12 YEARS barely showed any blood. It focused on the suffering, not the violence. However, I agree that HER should've won.
How can you compare to PASSION? That movie was torture porn. 12 YEARS barely showed any blood. It focused on the suffering, not the violence. However, I agree that HER should've won.
10:16PM on 03/03/2014
I think it is very easy to compare to passion. Passion wasn't just about torture. It also was about suffering. Both Passion and 12 Years relied on those torture/suffering scenes to tell their story.
I think it is very easy to compare to passion. Passion wasn't just about torture. It also was about suffering. Both Passion and 12 Years relied on those torture/suffering scenes to tell their story.
12:47PM on 03/03/2014
The only thing I enjoyed about the Oscars were the Sub-Par and Oczars guerrilla artwork.
The only thing I enjoyed about the Oscars were the Sub-Par and Oczars guerrilla artwork.
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11:35AM on 03/03/2014
Your all winners in my book
Your all winners in my book
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10:47AM on 03/03/2014
Dicaprio is long due an oscar for leading role, but I must say that Wolf of Wall Street, while an amazing movie and great performance, is not the role that he should win it for. Dallas Buyers Club WAS the role that McConaughey should have. Leo should have won the year that he did the Aviator.
Dicaprio is long due an oscar for leading role, but I must say that Wolf of Wall Street, while an amazing movie and great performance, is not the role that he should win it for. Dallas Buyers Club WAS the role that McConaughey should have. Leo should have won the year that he did the Aviator.
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2:25PM on 03/03/2014
Thank you! My thoughts exactly
Thank you! My thoughts exactly
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10:26AM on 03/03/2014

Like Bill Burr said, "I get it, White people are evil" Enough of this shit already

It didn't matter what other movies were up for nomination. Once a movie about "black struggle" or liberal politics is nominated, IT WINS BY DEFAULT.
It didn't matter what other movies were up for nomination. Once a movie about "black struggle" or liberal politics is nominated, IT WINS BY DEFAULT.
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10:45AM on 03/03/2014
Yeah. It's not like it was a very well-made movie. Sigh.
Yeah. It's not like it was a very well-made movie. Sigh.
10:59AM on 03/03/2014
Herelam-100% right.
Vits- Take out the sarcasm, and you too are right. It's not.
Herelam-100% right.
Vits- Take out the sarcasm, and you too are right. It's not.
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10:08AM on 03/03/2014
How did Gravity win best cinematography? I love the film, but it was all CGI. Everything except for the actors' heads (and Bullock's body at times) was CGI. When they were in a space suit, the entire suit was CGI. everything around them was CGI. Even the props and bits of set they built was eventually replaced with CGI.
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How did Gravity win best cinematography? I love the film, but it was all CGI. Everything except for the actors' heads (and Bullock's body at times) was CGI. When they were in a space suit, the entire suit was CGI. everything around them was CGI. Even the props and bits of set they built was eventually replaced with CGI.
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10:43AM on 03/03/2014
Cinematography also applies to CGI.
Cinematography also applies to CGI.
10:44AM on 03/03/2014
CInematography has to do with capturing images and make them look the way the director has envisioned. Doesn't matter where the images come from.
CInematography has to do with capturing images and make them look the way the director has envisioned. Doesn't matter where the images come from.
11:00AM on 03/03/2014
The "camerawork" for the film was designed in the computer, yes, but they are still camera moves. There is still a virtual camera moving through a virtual space. There was also the use of the Bot and Dolly robot camera rig and Emmanuel Lubezki did play a very major role in the making of the film. The behind the scenes stuff is nothing short of fascinating.
The "camerawork" for the film was designed in the computer, yes, but they are still camera moves. There is still a virtual camera moving through a virtual space. There was also the use of the Bot and Dolly robot camera rig and Emmanuel Lubezki did play a very major role in the making of the film. The behind the scenes stuff is nothing short of fascinating.
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9:21AM on 03/03/2014
It's always a bummer when there aren't suprise winners at the Oscars, but the show is still fun to watch. I just have a couple of things to say about it:

1) I don't know about you, but I think it's better when most if not all the Best Picture nominees go home with at least 1 award each*. That happened last year, where only BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD didn't win anything. This year, 5 of the 9 nominees didn't win anything.
2) Folks, Best Documentary is about the one that was best produced,
It's always a bummer when there aren't suprise winners at the Oscars, but the show is still fun to watch. I just have a couple of things to say about it:

1) I don't know about you, but I think it's better when most if not all the Best Picture nominees go home with at least 1 award each*. That happened last year, where only BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD didn't win anything. This year, 5 of the 9 nominees didn't win anything.
2) Folks, Best Documentary is about the one that was best produced, not the one with the most interesting subject. I'll give AMPAS the benefit of the doubt and say 20 FEET FROM STARDOM wasn't an "upset win". Unless you tell me THE ACT OF KILLING was a better production.
3) The "Heroes" theme was a fiasco. The 2009 ceremony had a bunch of montages of "The year in movies" separated by genre. This time, they made 3 separate montages in a 3 1/2-hour show, which barely qualifies as a theme. And by the time IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE and FOOTLOOSE were included in the "Superheroes and not everyday heroes" montages, I realized it was all just an excuse.
4) Were the pizza bits supposed to be funny because of the idea of chaos during a live show? Sorry, it just didn't do it for me.
5) Don't presenters usually rehearse before the show? Then why do they keep making mistakes with the tele-prompter? Did John Travolta arrived at the place a minute before going on stage and wasn't awarre he was going to introduce Idina Menzel?

That being said, 2013 was a great year for movies. Ever since the Academy expanded the nominees, I've given 5 stars to no more than 3 Best Picture nominees per year. 2011 was the worst year because I didn't give 5 stars to any of the nominees. This year, I've seen 7 of the 9 nominees, and I've given 5 stars to 5 of them.

*That also applies to the Razzies. And this year, that happened too.
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8:50AM on 03/03/2014
I only watched the bits my wife watched while flipping around on the DVR. Didn't have any issues w/ any of the winners. Seemed like a REALLY strong year.

For the love of GOD, there were performances of 'Over the Rainbow' and 'Wind Beneath my Wings'??? And those were just the ones I actually caught. What a waist of friggin' time!!! Although, everyone from my high school's show-choir, circa 1989-1993, was probably ecstatic.
I only watched the bits my wife watched while flipping around on the DVR. Didn't have any issues w/ any of the winners. Seemed like a REALLY strong year.

For the love of GOD, there were performances of 'Over the Rainbow' and 'Wind Beneath my Wings'??? And those were just the ones I actually caught. What a waist of friggin' time!!! Although, everyone from my high school's show-choir, circa 1989-1993, was probably ecstatic.
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8:28AM on 03/03/2014
Big fan of Leto and McConaughey, but I was not a fan of their speeches. I also don't think Leto should have won for his performance--one that should have gone to an ACTUAL trans woman. He's a great actor and Dallas Buyers' Club is a great movie, but that was just wrong. Anyway. Glad Blanchett won, glad N'yongo won, glad Cuaron won. Blanchett's speech was without a doubt the best of the night. Overall, a pretty forgettable ceremony, I think--but then, I thought 2013 was pretty forgettable
Big fan of Leto and McConaughey, but I was not a fan of their speeches. I also don't think Leto should have won for his performance--one that should have gone to an ACTUAL trans woman. He's a great actor and Dallas Buyers' Club is a great movie, but that was just wrong. Anyway. Glad Blanchett won, glad N'yongo won, glad Cuaron won. Blanchett's speech was without a doubt the best of the night. Overall, a pretty forgettable ceremony, I think--but then, I thought 2013 was pretty forgettable anyway.
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8:53AM on 03/03/2014
Gimme a break. Should McConaughey's part gone to someone actually withering away on death's doorstep?
Gimme a break. Should McConaughey's part gone to someone actually withering away on death's doorstep?
10:30AM on 03/03/2014
Completely different. Trans women don't get a lot of representation in cinema and the first place, and struggle to get opportunities like this. Why do you think so many get into pornography? Sometimes, it seems like the only option to make a living. Truly, casting a man in such a role is no different from casting people as other races. It's marginalization, and it's unfortunate. Still a big fan of the movie, but the casting of Rayon was beyond problematic.
Completely different. Trans women don't get a lot of representation in cinema and the first place, and struggle to get opportunities like this. Why do you think so many get into pornography? Sometimes, it seems like the only option to make a living. Truly, casting a man in such a role is no different from casting people as other races. It's marginalization, and it's unfortunate. Still a big fan of the movie, but the casting of Rayon was beyond problematic.
8:02AM on 03/03/2014
Oscars have gotten to political over the years. I could've told you the moment it was nominated that 12 Years would've one.
Oscars have gotten to political over the years. I could've told you the moment it was nominated that 12 Years would've one.
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8:39AM on 03/03/2014
So you didn't like the film?
So you didn't like the film?
10:34AM on 03/03/2014
Couldn't agree more Deaken. It's the reason I stopped watching shows on NBC and the like. It's all agenda now.
Couldn't agree more Deaken. It's the reason I stopped watching shows on NBC and the like. It's all agenda now.
10:41AM on 03/03/2014
Oscars have always been political. Nothing new here.
Oscars have always been political. Nothing new here.
10:48AM on 03/03/2014
...Except 12 Years a Slave was REALLY good. Not my personal favorite of the year, nor of the nine nominees, but a very good movie and deserving of its accolades.
...Except 12 Years a Slave was REALLY good. Not my personal favorite of the year, nor of the nine nominees, but a very good movie and deserving of its accolades.
7:08AM on 03/03/2014
So in 2014 the Best Actress winner says "has-tag SUCK IT!" and you want me to take this serious?

Matt did give a truly classic monologue, sorry I mean speech. EASILY BEST part of the night and one of the best acceptance speeches I've ever heard at The Oscars.
So in 2014 the Best Actress winner says "has-tag SUCK IT!" and you want me to take this serious?

Matt did give a truly classic monologue, sorry I mean speech. EASILY BEST part of the night and one of the best acceptance speeches I've ever heard at The Oscars.
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6:52AM on 03/03/2014

No Oscar for DiCaprio???

I'd like to quote Michael Moore and say to the Academy: "SHAME ON YOU!"
I'd like to quote Michael Moore and say to the Academy: "SHAME ON YOU!"
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8:01AM on 03/03/2014
Thumbs down for referencing Michael Moore in any other manner than an "F you."
Thumbs down for referencing Michael Moore in any other manner than an "F you."
6:11AM on 03/03/2014

best picture

I am so happy gravity didnt pick up best film, really doesnt deserve all the praise it gets! Also very happy bullock didnt win, shes as overrated as the movie its self.

Ellen looked awkward all night and she just wasnt funny. Is ordering pizza and taking photos funny?
I am so happy gravity didnt pick up best film, really doesnt deserve all the praise it gets! Also very happy bullock didnt win, shes as overrated as the movie its self.

Ellen looked awkward all night and she just wasnt funny. Is ordering pizza and taking photos funny?
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6:47PM on 03/04/2014
I thought Gravity was the best I have seen Sandra Bullock since before the turn of the millenium.
I thought Gravity was the best I have seen Sandra Bullock since before the turn of the millenium.
4:56AM on 03/03/2014
Glad Gravity got all the recognition it did. The live chat was fun. I'm a big Ellen DeGeneres fan but I thought she really bombed as host. Jim Carrey's LSD joke was funny though.
Glad Gravity got all the recognition it did. The live chat was fun. I'm a big Ellen DeGeneres fan but I thought she really bombed as host. Jim Carrey's LSD joke was funny though.
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3:30AM on 03/03/2014
Was a decent broadcast. Nothing spectacular and no real surprises. I thought Lupita Nyong'o's speech was incredibly well spoken, lovely and moving. Same with Matthew McConaughey & Jared Leto. Ellen did a good job. John Travolta did a terrible job (you had ONE job). Aaaaand I'm excited to see what next year brings us. One thing is for sure, however: This was a great year for cinema, and a great year for us as fans of movies. And it sure does remind me why I love the movies so much. Here's to
Was a decent broadcast. Nothing spectacular and no real surprises. I thought Lupita Nyong'o's speech was incredibly well spoken, lovely and moving. Same with Matthew McConaughey & Jared Leto. Ellen did a good job. John Travolta did a terrible job (you had ONE job). Aaaaand I'm excited to see what next year brings us. One thing is for sure, however: This was a great year for cinema, and a great year for us as fans of movies. And it sure does remind me why I love the movies so much. Here's to another wonderful year next year! All right, all right, all right! ;)
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3:14AM on 03/03/2014
Her deserves its Oscar. Overall I'm glad that Oscar this year didn't try to chase away winners right away after they pick up the Award.
Her deserves its Oscar. Overall I'm glad that Oscar this year didn't try to chase away winners right away after they pick up the Award.
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3:06PM on 03/03/2014
Her was Best picture in my book
Her was Best picture in my book
2:29AM on 03/03/2014
I'm disappointed that American Hustle walked away with nothing, but I guess it shows how great the competition was this year. I was very happy to see McConaughey and Leto win for Dallas Buyer's Club. They easily had the best speeches of the night.

Also happy to see Her win for Best Original Screenplay and 12 Years a Slave win for Best Film, Supporting Actress, and Best Adapted Screenplay.
I'm disappointed that American Hustle walked away with nothing, but I guess it shows how great the competition was this year. I was very happy to see McConaughey and Leto win for Dallas Buyer's Club. They easily had the best speeches of the night.

Also happy to see Her win for Best Original Screenplay and 12 Years a Slave win for Best Film, Supporting Actress, and Best Adapted Screenplay.
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2:06AM on 03/03/2014
I thought the best part about the Oscars was Bill Murray giving a shout to Harold Ramis when he was presenting Best Cinematography. Nothing but awesome and love.
I thought the best part about the Oscars was Bill Murray giving a shout to Harold Ramis when he was presenting Best Cinematography. Nothing but awesome and love.
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2:14AM on 03/03/2014
Allegedly bill and harold hadnt talked to each other since the early nineties and Bill never talked about him as apparently he didnt have anything "nice" to say. If thats true, it would make his shout out self serving by making him look like the good guy despite him not being close to Ramis at all......Allegedly. However I must disagree with you. The best part was Matt Mc doin his alright alright alriiiight at winning his oscar which I was hoping hed do and he did.
Allegedly bill and harold hadnt talked to each other since the early nineties and Bill never talked about him as apparently he didnt have anything "nice" to say. If thats true, it would make his shout out self serving by making him look like the good guy despite him not being close to Ramis at all......Allegedly. However I must disagree with you. The best part was Matt Mc doin his alright alright alriiiight at winning his oscar which I was hoping hed do and he did.
2:25AM on 03/03/2014
You have a point. But at least it was something.
You have a point. But at least it was something.
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1:17AM on 03/03/2014
Didnt get to watch the whole show, got called into work, but I did see the last hour and was entertained. Wasnt expecting Gravity to win so many awards. One thing I hate about the Oscars is that there can only be one winner, cuz I feel that there was alot of winners in the same catagory, cuz its hard to pick just one
Didnt get to watch the whole show, got called into work, but I did see the last hour and was entertained. Wasnt expecting Gravity to win so many awards. One thing I hate about the Oscars is that there can only be one winner, cuz I feel that there was alot of winners in the same catagory, cuz its hard to pick just one
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12:38AM on 03/03/2014
Lupita Nyong'o win is no suprise for me! Even though her role was supporting she still some how eclipsed everyone :D
Lupita Nyong'o win is no suprise for me! Even though her role was supporting she still some how eclipsed everyone :D
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10:29AM on 03/03/2014
She wasn't that great. Don't get it twisted.
She wasn't that great. Don't get it twisted.
10:33AM on 03/03/2014
In my opinion, her role was the best of the year, in any movie. Loved her and so glad she won!
In my opinion, her role was the best of the year, in any movie. Loved her and so glad she won!
12:17AM on 03/03/2014
I can't really argue with any of those wins (haven't seen Buyer's Club yet, but McConaughey has been awesome lately so I'm sure its a well deserved win). This is the first time since The Departed where the movie winning Best Picture is the movie I also thought was the best of the year.
I can't really argue with any of those wins (haven't seen Buyer's Club yet, but McConaughey has been awesome lately so I'm sure its a well deserved win). This is the first time since The Departed where the movie winning Best Picture is the movie I also thought was the best of the year.
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