13 March 2023 - Everything Everywhere All at Once wins Best Picture
Oscars 2023 Winners: The Complete List
Gabe Cohn (The New York Times, 12/03/2023)
The 95th Academy Awards were held Sunday night at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” the proudly weird sci-fi movie from Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, swept most of the top categories, including best picture and directing.
Everything Everywhere All at Once owes its smashing Oscars victory to its amazing resonance
Peter Bradshaw (The Guardian, 13/03/2023)
Everyone everywhere in Hollywood loved it; the whopping landslide win for the absurdist multiverse action fantasy-comedy Everything Everywhere All at Once surely exceeded its creators’ wildest dreams. This alt-reality adventure, with its stroboscopic glimpses of other worlds and funky graphic-novel-style aesthetic, has captured the movies’ establishment citadel.
How “Everything Everywhere All at Once” Became This Year’s Oscar Unicorn
Michael Schulman (The New Yorker, 11/03/2023)
In an alternative universe, “The Fabelmans” is coasting toward victory at the ninety-fifth Academy Awards, a late-career hurrah for Steven Spielberg, who will take the Best Picture and Best Director double crown for the first time since “Schindler’s List.” In another branch of the multiverse, “Top Gun: Maverick,” the movie that supposedly saved moviegoing post-lockdown, is about to add a statuette to its commanding box-office haul. In yet another reality that we are definitely not in, “The Woman King” will herald a new era of Black-female empowerment in Hollywood when it wins Best Picture, Best Director (Gina Prince-Bythewood), and Best Actress (Viola Davis). And, elsewhere in the infinite constellation of possibilities, Andrea Riseborough, of “To Leslie,” is about to clutch her Best Actress prize with fingers made of hot dogs.
Hollywood’s Biggest Stars Explain Why The Oscars Are Still Relevant
(The Onion, 11/03/2023)
With the viewership of the Academy Awards’ broadcast slipping by 35 million since 2000, The Onion asked Hollywood’s biggest stars to explain why the Oscars are still relevant.