The 2016 Academy Awards on Sunday night were filled with big moments and truly surprising wins. (How about all those awards for “Mad Max: Fury Road,” huh?)
And, there were some standout elements that weren’t so great, too.
We took a look back at Oscar night and highlighted the five best and worst moments.
BEST: Chris Rock’s opening monologue was funny, poignant, and the best part — no one was safe.
BEST: The video bit substituting black actors into some of the Oscar-nominated films had the funniest jokes of the night, including Tracy Morgan’s “Danish Girl.”
BEST: Lady Gaga’s performance of her nominated song from the documentary “The Hunting Ground” — which looks at rape on college campuses — was the most moving moment of the night. She was accompanied by sexual-assault survivors.
BEST: Leonardo DiCaprio winning his first Oscar (sixth time was the charm).
BEST: “Spotlight” was the big upset of the night as it took home the best picture Oscar, ruining the night for “The Revenant.”
WORST: The conservative Stacey Dash’s brief appearance on the stage to wish everyone a happy Black History Month was super-awkward.
WORST: Chris Rock’s low point of the night was when he tried to pull off this bit bringing out Asian children when introducing the accountants who tally the Oscar votes.
WORST: Minions. Need we say more?