My Top 5 Oscar Moments of All-Time List

5. Cuba Gooding Jr. back in 1997.

Lots of talk about what to expect from Hollywood’s acceptance speeches this Sunday at The Oscars. Here’s how it’s done.

 

4. Charlie Chaplin receiving his honorary award in 1972.

His name is synonymous with the word film. His fingerprints remain on every movie made since he arrived on the world stage 100 years ago.

 

3.  Italian Roberto Benigni’s “Life Is Beautiful” wins Best Foreign Language Film in 1999.

I had the same reaction in high school when I passed the SAT.

 

2.  John Wayne accepts the Best Actor award in 1970 for his performance in “True Grit”.

It was The Duke’s first and only Oscar win after 3 nominations.  But John Wayne also earned the two highest civilian decorations in the United States, the Congressional Gold Medal and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

 

1.  Matthew McConaughey’s Best Actor win in 2014 for “Dallas Buyers Club”. 

Who is your hero?

Alright, alright, alright…

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