Viola Davis to Leonardo DiCaprio: Five wonderful Oscar speeches you need to hear again

Since then, actors and technicians have come and graced the stage and delivered some of the most poetic (and hilarious) lines known to mankind. Oscars have been around for a long time. “It doesn’t escape me for one moment that so much joy in my life is thanks to so much pain in someone else’s,” she began. It seemed wise to revise and remember what then stuck out as warm, witty and stunning. Also, she concluded her speech in the most powerful and hopeful manner by saying, “No matter where you’re from, your dreams are valid.”
Leonardo DiCaprio for The Revenant

People have won Oscars before, and people have been jubilant and disappointed with those wins. And I say, exhume those bodies, exhume those stories. Of course, people wanted the man to take home the award not just because of his skills as an actor, but because of his voice. And as one YouTuber had commented, and I concur, even in one of his most moving and happiest moments, the actor didn’t forget to talk about global warming and climate change, a subject he has been vocal and passionate about for a while. And he kept the speech short, sweet and hilarious. Well, all I can say is that he didn’t disappoint. Typical Morgan. Her face was aglow with emotion as she said, “There is one place where all the people with the greatest potential are gathered, one place, and that’s the graveyard.”
She continued, “People ask me all the time, what kind of stories do you want to tell, Viola? 2018-02-26T06:30:09+00:00″>
Published: February 26, 2018 6:30 am

Both Viola Davis and Leonardo DiCaprio delivered memorable Oscar speeches. I mean, she even made Benedict Cumberbatch cry. Lupita Nyong’o for 12 Years a Slave

Lupita walked in a daze onto the stage, her body language suggesting that she was truly accepting that it was a surreal moment for her. Al Pacino for Scent of a Woman

Pacino won for his excellent performance in Scent of a Woman. He got a standing ovation, and he was thankful and grateful about the whole affair. One of the most discussed parts of the function is the speech. Pacino acknowledged the moment as “proud and hopeful” while being funny and gracious. Yes, I am talking about Leonardo DiCaprio. The first function was televised in 1953. As usual, she was stunning, in looks and in words that she spoke. Now, there are many things that the audience looks forward to when they get together to watch the big event. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
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You think I’m Meryl Streep, pay me what I’m worth: Viola DavisFrom Viola Davis to Natalie Portman- Celebs give voice to Women’s MarchLeonardo DiCaprio to star in Quentin Tarantino’s Charles Manson movieArguably, one of the biggest awards to be held in the world, Oscars, is just around the corner. Her speech was literature, and if those words don’t move you, very few things in life can. The actor complained about his throat being dry, and confessed about how he was hesitant about being a part of the film, and then went on to thank the cast, crew and his close friends and family in the way only he can. But there is one individual almost everyone across the globe wanted to win an Oscar. She was not in control, but her speech was all the more moving because of that. What a guy! Morgan Freeman for Million Dollar Baby

It was Morgan’s first Oscar win and fourth nomination. Viola was Viola. The stories of the people who dreamed big, and never saw those dreams to fruition, people who fell in love and lost.”
Viola was eloquent, lovely and pretty damn amazing. Here are a few of the best ones, in no particular order:
Viola Davis for Fences

Viola won an Oscar in 2017 for Best Supporting Actress for Fences. There is a popular joke about Morgan on the internet: Give Morgan an award, just so that we can hear him say something.