The 89th Annual Academy Awards ceremony celebrates the film industry's best and biggest in cinema for the year 2016 with host Jimmy Kimmel, including awards for best actors, directors, songs, original screenplays and motion picture.
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Emmanuel Lubezki - Winner: Best Cinematography:
I want to thank the Academy for this amazing award. I would like to share this with the cast and crew - I know everybody says that, but I truly want to share it with the cast and crew. Especially with my friend and my teacher, Mr. Alfonso Cuarón. To your passion and your creativity and your drive, incredible. And with Tim Webber and the team of Framestore nerds that made this trip possible. I want to share it as well with David Heyman and Warner Bros. for making the movie. And with Sandy ...
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A pizza and hero themed Oscars? An Oz tribute still the rightful winners won!
Ellen was back once again as host of the Oscars and she was pretty
funny for the 86th edition of the annual academy awards. The show was
all right with it's music and the theme of hero at the movies was just
fine with a "Wizard of Oz" tribute clip as "Over the Rainbow" was sung.
Of course the show was once again to long with many awards being handed
out still most of the top prizes went as expected and they were well
deserved. As Cate Blanchett winning best actress as a tormented female
soul in Woody Allen's drama "Blue Jasmine" was rightfully deserved. And
in my opinion the strongest tag team performance of the year occurred
in "Dallas Buyers Club" as the raw and tough emotional gritty
performance from two rebels rightfully won Jared Leto a best supporting
actor Oscar and Matthew McConaughey the best actor award and the
speeches both gave were powerful and emotional a real stand speech
effort. And the pizza pass out and cell star snap picture was okay for
the show still probably the best movie of the year "12 Years a Slave"
rightfully won best picture. Not the best Oscar awards show of recent
years still a pretty good one.
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