The best and worst moments from Oscars 2019

From shock winners to a barely insulting “In Memoriam” part, listed under are among the many highs and lows of the 91st annual Academy Awards broadcast.


Biggest shock: Olivia Colman beats Glenn Close — Glenn Close appeared like a lock for Best Actress in “The Wife” based on her massive haul of precursor prizes along with the Golden Globe and SAG. When remaining 12 months’s winner Frances McDormand generally known as Olivia Colman to the stage, Close made a humorous face as if to say, “It figures.” But the regal and pretty hilarious Colman gave a gracious speech, telling Close, “You’ve been my idol for years and I didn’t want it to be like this.”

What could be cool about her profitable is that she, Best Actor Rami Malek and Best Supporting Actress Regina King all acquired on their first try.

Best Drop in: Keegan-Michael Key — Key was lowered from the ceiling holding an umbrella over his head to introduce Bette Midler, who sang the Best Song nominee from “Mary Poppins.” In a nod to Donald Trump’s snafu alongside together with his umbrella whereas boarding a airplane, Key pretended he couldn’t shut the umbrella and dropped it on the bottom of the Dolby Theatre.

Best costume up: Melissa McCarthy and Brian Tyree Henry — In presenting the Oscar for Best Costume, McCarthy and Henry obtained into the spirit of the category by dressing up Elizabethan-style, with extreme collars (for her) and a jerkin (for him). McCarthy stole the second with an prolonged put together to which stuffed bunnies have been pinned — an homage to Colman’s character in “The Favourite.” In her hand, she carried a rabbit puppet that gave her downside when she could not open the envelope to announce the winner. Henry graciously assisted. The winner was Ruth E. Carter for “Black Panther.”

Fun presenters: Mike Myers and Dana Carvey — The love for “Bohemian Rhapsody” was so strong that the producers searched extreme and low for a “Wayne’s World” clip that featured Mike Myers loading a Queen cassette into the automotive tape deck and singing Queen’s hits on the prime of their lungs sooner than Myers and his “WW” co-star Dana Carvey to present an award for Best Editing (which went to “Bohemian Rhapsody”).

Best Oscar response: Spike Lee— Spike Lee was purple with pleasure whereas accepting his Best Adapted Screenplay for “BlackkKlansman.” In reality, he was so excited when his good good friend Samuel L. Jackson generally known as his determine (and that of his co-writers) that he ran up on stage and jumped into Jackson’s arms. In his transferring speech, Lee thanked his grandmother who saved money to put him by way of Morehouse College and NYU film school.

Best opening: Queen and Adam Lambert — Without a bunch, no person knew if the Oscars was going to begin out successfully nevertheless a medley of Queen hits, along with “We Are the Champions,” helped everyone inside the viewers loosen up and put collectively for a brisk, though significantly uneventful, Oscar ceremony.


Worst shill: Laura Dern and that promo for the Oscar museum — Laura Dern had the thankless venture of dropping 5 minutes to promote the event of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences museum in downtown LA in the direction of a quick motion clip of the event web page. No doubt the opening of the facility will seemingly be an event nevertheless we did not need a trailer for it.

In Memoriam —Introduced by the president of the academy and accompanied by an orchestra, the part was badly cut back, that features random cutaways to Penny Marshall making an attempt into the lens of a film digicam, as an example, whereas among the many completely different of us commemorated had no sample of their work, like casting directors, publicists, and screenwriters.

Worst courses —The sluggish interval throughout the 2 and a half hour mark, the sound courses, the documentary and animation courses. No one cares who wins.

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