Oscars' Best Moments: Everything we know so Far


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Whether you win or not, the night the Oscars are over, the curtain goes down and you go back to the grind.”-Maricia Harden

Long before the fantastic & wonderful academy awards night on March 27, we've most likely assembled our own list of Oscar contenders. Nothing beats comparing our picks, talking about the nominated films and performers, and those we believe should have gotten a nod with other moviegoers. It's no secret that winning an Oscar is one of the highest honours available to those in the film industry, as they're regarded as the high point of prestige when it comes to filmmaking awards. And, while we all know that winners receive the iconic golden figure, do they also receive anything other than the little gold man and the title "Oscar winner"?Lets find out.

No doubt we had some incredible yet breathtaking movie experiences this year. Our favourite actors not only played their parts flawlessly, but they also made the characters so grounded and real that we still discuss the film's morale and look forward to the upcoming sequel. Let's take a look back at the sunday evening's red carpet, that focused on everything. The Academy Awards history and trivia, as well as discussions of this year's nominations and behind-the-scenes, and all of the top class performances, as well as the best cinematography, visual effects, and background-score. Let's take a look at the best moments and nominations we've seen so far. Everyone voted for their favourite winners in several major categories, with the most accurate predictions being eligible for prizes after the awards were presented. On March 27, the 94th Academy Awards were held in person for the first time since the pandemic began at Hollywood's Dolby Theatre. Stars dressed to the nines in flamboyant attire to honour some of the year's best work. Here are some of the best titles and  that got nominated this year's via a prestigious golden statue, hosted by Amy Schumer, Regina Hall, and Wanda Sykes.

Best Picture Goes to-: CODA

You're All I Need to Get By'" - Ruby (Emilia Jones)

CODA," a heartwarming film about a deaf family with a hearing daughter, has won the Oscar for best picture. CODA's win on Sunday was the first time a streaming service had won the film industry's top prize. Apple TV+ released "CODA  and the award was presented to the film by Lady Gaga and Liza Minnelli. The film follows about a teenage character Ruby who can hear as she juggles her musical ambitions with her family's reliance on her to communicate.

Best Actress in a Leading Role-: Jessica Chastain, The Eyes of Tammy Faye

“I won't go forward looking in the rearview mirror of my life. This is who I am.”- Tammy Faye Bakker

Jessica Chastain accepts the Actress in a Leading Role award for 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye' onstage at the 94th Annual Academy Awards on March 27, 2022 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California. The Oscar triumph Jessica  Chastain was virtually unrecognizable in heavy makeup as Tammy Faye Bakker, followed a Screen Actors Guild Award for her performance and capped the third Academy Award nomination of her career. She was previously nominated for an Oscar 2012 portrayal of a CIA analyst on the hunt of Osama Bin Laden in "Zero Dark Thirty" and her 2011 supporting role as a Southern socialite in the 1960s racial drama "The Help."Her latest movie include the real-life story of evangelical power couple Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, who built their PTL Club television ministry into a worldwide Christian broadcast network during the 1970s and '80s.

Best Actor in a Leading Role-: Will Smith, King Richard

I wrote me a 78 page plan for their whole career before they were even born:- Richard

Will Smith accepts the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for "King Richard" onstage at the 94th Academy Awards on March 27, 2022, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California.Smith won the award for his iconic role  of Richard Williams, the father of tennis champions Venus and Serena Williams, in King Richard, a biopic that detailed Williams' role in the sisters' success. Reinaldo Marcus Green directed the film, which stars Smith in the title role, Aunjanue Ellis as his wife Brandy, Saniyya Sidney and Demi Singleton as Venus and Serena, and Jon Bernthal as tennis coach Rick Macci.The project was executive produced by Venus and Serena Williams.

 Best Direction Goes to -:Jane Campion, The Power of the Dog

“A man’s made by patience and the odd’s against him.”-Phil Burbank

Jane Campion accepts the Directing award for 'The Power of the Dog' onstage during the 94th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on March 27, 2022 in Hollywood, California. Jane Campion won the award for The Power of the Dog, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Jesse Plemons, Kodi Smit-McPhee, and Kirsten Dunst that is based on Thomas Savage's 1967 novel about two brothers whose relationship deteriorates when one of them marries. Campion has already received a slew of awards for the film, including best director at the Baftas, Golden Globes, and Directors Guild of America awards, as well as the Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival.Her first Oscar was for best original screenplay for The Piano in 1994; she was nominated for best director for the same film but lost to Steven Spielberg for Schindler's List.

An excellent science fiction that took six of the coveted gold trophies-:Dune

The Mystery Of Life Isn't A Problem To Solve, But A Reality To Experience.” – Jamis

The spice is pouring!Denis Villeneuve's science fiction epic wins awards for cinematography, editing, score, visual effects, production design, and sound. With its sweeping vistas of the sands of Arrakis, feuding royal Houses, titanic alien worms, brutal  futuristic combat, and the prophecy of a superbeing come to deliver the planet of Dune and its mysterious native inhabitants, it was no surprise that this lavish production scored high marks on many voters' ballots.

Best Original Screenplay Goes to-: Kenneth Branagh, Belfast

"What Makes Each Story Different Is Not How It Ends, But Rather Where It Begins"-: Kenneth Branagh

Sir Kenneth Branagh won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for BELFAST last night in Los Angeles. The movie is a emotional story of love, laughter, and loss in one boy's childhood set against the social and political turmoil of the late 1960s, written and directed by Branagh during lockdown. The movie is all about the face of violence and loss where  a search for joy and hope still continues.

Best International Feature film Goes to-: Drive My Car

“Here's what hurst the most,. "I didn't truly understand her or at least some crucial part of her"- : Haruki Murakami

The emotional epic "Drive My Car" from Japan won the Academy Award for best international feature film on Sunday night. Ryusuke Hamaguchi's film became Japan's fifth Oscar winner, and the first since "Departures" in 2008.When Hamaguchi took the stage at the Dolby Theatre to accept the award for the three-hour journey through grief, connection, and art .The movie is about the actor who turns into a go to mechanic, who ends up with a 20-year-old girl. Despite their initial misgivings, a very special relationship develops between the two.

Best Animated Feature Film Goes to –: Encanto

Surrounded By The Exceptional, It's Easy To Feel Unexceptional.”-: Agustin Madrigal

Disney’s animated film Encanto won big at the 94th Academy Awards, taking home the Oscar in the Best Animated Film category. The film’s win seemed almost certain after winning in the same category at The Golden Globes, the BAFTAs, The National Board of Review and the Producers Guild of America award ceremony. Encanto follows a magical journey where the family is led by a matriarch, Alma, whose children and grandchildren have all received magical gifts, except for Mirabel. When Mirabel discovers that her family is losing their magical gifts, she does everything she can to save her family and their magical house. The animated film earned critical acclaim and was a fan favorite due to its rich exploration of Colombia’s culture.

Riz Ahmed wins first Academy Awards -: The Long Goodbye

"For a lot of us who live in diaspora, it feels like a breakup, it feels like being dumped."-: Aneil Karia

Riz Ahmed, the British actor, and musician, recently won his first Oscar for Aneil Karia's live-action short film 'The Long Goodbye. The Long Goodbye, which incorporates music from Ahmed’s album. Ahmed also stars in the film, which depicts a South Asian family in suburban London  in the distant future, or perhaps chillingly in the present  as they prepare for a celebration.  But what begins as a lighthearted look at a close knit family gathering quickly turns sinister as news reports begin depicting scenes of violence and an all-white militia as the police force, knocks on the family’s door.

Oscar’s cheer Moment Award Goes to the Flash Scene-: Justice League SnyderCut

"Dad, whatever happens now, I just want you to know: your kid was one of them, dad. One of the best of the best-" :Barry Allen

 In the movie Justice league SnyderCut ,the Flash "Entered The Speed Force" in a climax scene which was the true version of the cut that Zack Snyder intended to show fans before being railroaded off the project by WB and personal family issues, and as a result, the Oscars chose that for fans to potentially vote on. Not only did Snyder Cut fans pull it off, but that moment also won the Academy Award. Zack Snyder did not receive an award this year, but his influence is still felt. It's debatable whether this will #RestoreTheSnyderVerse, but it's a victory that can't be taken away from that fanbase.

India at the Oscar’s- Man of hour “Namit  Malhotra”

The man of the hour is Namit Malhotra, chairman, and CEO of DNEG. It has received the Best Visual Effects category award at the Oscars 2022 for Dune, an American science-fiction picture starring Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya, which is credited for the VFX for numerous top-rated Hollywood blockbusters.

Final Notes

Every Oscar ceremony has a few big moments, but this one outdid them all.For better or worse, that was an incredible night filled with emotions. Other historic victories, moving speeches, a smidgeon of politics, and barely a mention of the pandemic were on display as celebrities walked the red carpet in hopes of receiving an award of appreciation on stage.