The 2009 Academy Awards are over and done with, and now it's time to talk trash about EVERYONE! Was it a good year? Did Hugh Jackman succeed as host? How did they make out on length -- did you fall asleep? What was up with those weird line-up presentations? And who got more camera time -- Angelina Jolie or Miley Cyrus? We break down the best and worst moments of this year's Oscar ceremony below -- then feel free to chime in with your thoughts in the comments.
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- Slumdog Millionaire was ON FIRE!
- Danny Boyle is this year's Best Director ... and that's pretty damn awesome.
- Shocker of the Night: Sean Penn wins Best Actor for Milk. (And who said the Academy hated him?)
- The thirties-inspired set was fancy but intimate, and the recession-inspired opening song-and-dance number from Hugh Jackman was light, refreshing and entertaining.
- Hugh Jackman delivering his jokes like a bad Atlantic City lounge singer, but absolutely hysterical nonetheless.
- Penelope Cruz's ever-since-I-was-a-little-girl speech for her Best Supporting Actress win was just darling, whaddya say?
- Steve Martin and Tina Fey partnering to introduce Best Original Screenplay proved they need to do a movie together, like, yesterday.
- Most unique 'thank you' goes to Andrew Stanton for thanking his high school drama teacher for casting him in Hello Dolly.
- The 'Thank You' montage(s) ... because we didn't hear enough of those two words in the three-plus hour telecast.
- The all-female line-ups introducing the nominees for Best Supporting Actress and Best Actress went on way too long and felt a bit Vagina Monologue-ish ...
- So it would appear that "leaked" Oscar winners list was, indeed, false. Sorry Amy Adams ...
- Was Milk really the Best Original Screenplay?
- Robert Pattinson didn't take his shirt off while presenting a romance montage? What gives?
- Ben Stiller channeling Joaquin Phoenix in full beard with a touch of boredom was great if a little soooo last week.
- Jessica Biel lost a lot of people with the sci-tech speech, and those she didn't lose were probably wondering who Jessica Biel was.