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"My reaction to the Oscars snafu from last night. Through all of the confusion, I believe that Moonlight and La La Land still came out on top. La La Land took home six Oscars, including Best Director for Damien Chazelle. Chazelle also made history last night by becoming the youngest director to win an Oscar at age 32. Moonlight also shined brightly by taking home three Oscars, including Best Picture.
Mahershala Ali also became the first Muslim actor to win an Oscar. Both films have proven time-over-time this season that they were worthy of winning these top awards. Shout out to some major class to Producer Jordan Horowitz, who showed grace and kindness to the Moonlight team. Horowitz also handled the weary siltation very well as did the rest of the teams for La La Land and Moonlight. Jimmy Kimmel added humor to an awkward moment and you could tell that Warren Beatty genuinely felt bad for the Oscars mistake.
Human error happens, but unfortunately it embarrassed La La Land, while also putting a damper on Moonlight from getting their raw moment of glory. Nevertheless, both films took home top honors and both represent a different kind of art to the films. La La Land brought back a dying genre of original musicals to Old Hollywood, while Moonlight shined a light on important stories too rarely seen in cinema. Both need to be seen by the masses and both will go down as new American Classics." - Arnold At The Movies.