87th annual Academy Awards 2015

Just like every year, it has become a little tradition in the blog to comment the Academy Awards' red carpet (the only thing that matters at the Oscars) because these awards always bring me rage as i don't think they truly award, or nominate, the ones who really deserve it.

Anyway, i can't say much about the awards this year because i've only seen 'Birdman', which was ok but i didn't emphasize with any character, 'Boyhood', a little bit of the same with the exception of the uber sweet Patricia Arquette,  'The Theory of Everything', that was nice but boring, 'Gone Girl', good but so long and a bit tedious, 'Interstellar' (meh) and 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' that i didn't like as everyone else seems to do. The movie of the year for me was 'Under the Skin' which had no nominations whatsoever when deserved original score, photography and a lot more, so anything else can suck it for me. As for the actress, i'm really happy that Patricia Arquette won because she totally deserved it, and just like the amazing Julianne Moore (who was amazing this year in 'Maps to the Stars' as well). And when it comes to Best Actor it sucks that Michael Keaton didn't win for his Black Swan comeback, but Eddie Redmayne did good and i like him as well.

So let's talk about what really matters here that are the red carpet looks! Truth is i expected more, i always expect more, but well here there are the looks of everyone that mattered last night at the awards, after the cut!

Rosamund Pike gave a hint to her character in 'Gone Girl' with this red Givenchy who was, in my never humble opinion, the best dressed of the night.

Cate Blanchett looked simple but flawless with this black Martin Margiela Couture, and turned out to be one of the most elegant ladies, as always.

Lupita... well this year she didn't wow, this Calvin Klein dress looked good on her but i don't fully like it.

I expected a lot more from Naomi Watts, this Armani is ok but a bit boring and the fabric looks a little bit cheap but she was pretty though.

I have mixed opinions about this Dior Haute Couture dress that Marion Cotillard wore last night. In one hand i like it from behind but not so much the front part. I know it looks like a sushi or whatever but i kinda dig it.

I loved Margot Robbie's Saint Laurent, a little bit dark for her but the dress looked great.

The winner of the night was Julianne Moore but this Chanel was not as amazing as this woman is. She was still glowing but could have done a lot better.

 Jennifer Aniston kept it simple, as always, in this lovely Valentino, and the more i see this dress the more i think she was one of the best dressed.

Keira... Keira Knightley is pregnant in case you didn't know so it's not easy to dress but she managed to look sweet in this Valentino gown.

Kerry Washington was fantastic in thisdelicate Miu Miu dress, also one of the best dressed at the awards.

Chloë Grace Moretz looked super sweet and for once age appropriate in Miu Miu, loved this dress.

I expected a bit more from Sienna Miller, you always expect the best from her, but she didn't look bad in Oscar de la Renta.

And Scarlett Johansson didn't look good for me, the colour of this Versace looks great on her but that necklace makes her look like she had no neck and the hair was horrid. 

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