OSCARS FAIL! Moonlight Takes Best Picture From La La Land! – The CineFiles Ep. 10

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If you skipped out on the Academy Awards this year, you missed out on some grade-A DRAMA. But don’t worry! The CineFiles have got you covered. Bonnie and Clyde duo Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were announcing the biggest award of the night, Best Picture. Only problem is, they read out the wrong winner! In a strange Shyamalanian twist, the award envelopes got mixed up and Beatty and Dunaway were given a Best Actress envelope, leading the two to call out La La Land. Viola Davis and Mahershala Ali made Oscars history with their Supporting Acting awards, and so did Damien Chazelle by becoming the youngest Best Director winner ever. Emma Stone also, to no ones surprise, won Best Actress! So join WatchMojo as we count down our picks for the biggest cinema news of the week.

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9 thoughts on “OSCARS FAIL! Moonlight Takes Best Picture From La La Land! – The CineFiles Ep. 10

  1. Whoopi Goldberg has an EGOT. This means Viola Davis isn’t the first African American to win an Emmy, Oscar and Tony.. Whoopi Goldberg already has all that and the Grammy. Watchmojo, you’re wrong about the “first” milestone.. sorry

  2. This wasn’t a Fail, this was a triumph
    The academy needs to stop jerking itself off and recognize more Human Stories

  3. I wasn’t expecting Moonlight to win basically because it was about homosexuality and how Brokeback Mountain was passed over in favor of Paul Haggis’ Crash 11 years ago and then people thought the Academy was homophobic for that reason. I was expecting La La Land to win mainly because of the Academy’s love of musicals as demonstrated by the 1968 film adaptation of Oliver and the adaptation of the Broadway musical Chicago winning over movies like Romeo And Juliet, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers and The Pianist.

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