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The 2023 Oscars: Brendan Fraser to Ke Huy Quan, A night of unexpected moments and joyous speeches

I wouldn’t say that Everything Everywhere All at Once was my favourite film of the year, (that goes to The Banshees of Inisherin!) but Everything Everywhere All at Once is a work of bonkers audacity and the sort of film that no rational person would ever call “Oscar bait.” Everything Everywhere All at Once walked away with seven awards, including Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor and Actress, becoming the biggest winners of the night.


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