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The Oscars (2019)

TV-14 | | Music | TV Special 24 February 2019
The 91st Academy Awards for film achievements in 2018 are presented; top contenders include BlacKkKlansman (2018), Black Panther (2018), Bohemian Rhapsody (2018), The Favourite (2018), Green Book (2018), Roma (2018), A Star Is Born (2018) and Vice (2018).


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Randy Thomas Randy Thomas ... Herself - Announcer (voice)
Queen ... Themselves - Performers
Adam Lambert ... Himself - Performer
Tina Fey ... Herself - Presenter: Best Supporting Actress
Maya Rudolph ... Herself - Presenter: Best Supporting Actress
Amy Poehler ... Herself - Presenter: Best Supporting Actress
Regina King ... Herself - Winner: Best Supporting Actress
Jason Momoa ... Himself - Presenter: Best Documentary Feature
Helen Mirren ... Herself - Presenter: Best Documentary Feature
Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi ... Herself - Winner
Jimmy Chin ... Himself - Winner
Evan Hayes ... Himself - Winner
Shannon Dill ... Herself - Winner
Tom Morello ... Himself - Presenter
Elsie Fisher ... Herself - Presenter: Best Makeup


The top movies of 2018 are honored at the 91st Academy Awards ceremony, where "The Favourite (2018)" and Roma (2018)" lead the way with 10 nominations each, while "A Star Is Born (2018)" and "Vice (2018)" are both nominated for eight awards. Written by Jwelch5742

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24 February 2019 (USA) See more »

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Himself - Co-Winner: Best Documentary Feature: Oh shit. Breathe.
Herself - Winner: Best Documentary Feature: Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, National Geographic, for believing in us and for hiring women and people of color, because we only help make the films better. Thank you to all the amazing people who worked on this film. Evan, Shannon...
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Documentary Feature: ...our high-angle team.
Herself - Winner: Best Documentary Feature: I mean, it was a work of an army and we appreciate you in every way. Thank you to our families, especially our two kids. Marina, I know you're here.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Documentary Feature: James.
Herself - Winner: Best Documentary Feature: And then thank you to Sanni McCandless. You climbed your own ...
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In Memoriam
Performed by The Los Angeles Philharmonic
Conducted by Gustavo Dudamel
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Remember when Oscars was all about rewarding excellence in cinema?
25 February 2019 | by sreyschwarzeneggerSee all my reviews

The 91st Oscars has finally arrived! And so has my first review! After being plagued by so many stupid decisions, one would have thought The Academy would do everything in their power to make this show as good as it can be. With no host, we were all wondering how the show was gonna get off to a start. We were treated to a Queen performance as the opening act. Which wasn't great. The lead singer's voice pales in comparison to Freddie. As soon as the first award was announced, we knew this was gonna be a highly politically motivated show. Littered by African American sentiments, Feminist motives, Anti-Trump agenda, etc., the show continued to disappoint at every turn. Though most of the awards given out were highly deserving, the show felt rushed right from the get go. People getting shut off during their speeches was a common sight. God! Why can't you just let them have their moment!? I couldn't help but fall asleep so many times. Mahershala Ali, Rami Malek (Though I was rooting for Bale) and Olivia Colman were the only good parts of the three and a half hour long snoozefest. Don't waste your time sitting through the entire show and just google the results instead. You wouldn't miss much.

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