The 90th Academy Awards was a little long one (three hours and 50 minutes), but it was quite satisfying overall.

The Shape of Water took home the Best Picture Oscar, as did its director Guillermo del Toro. The other favorite, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, nabbed two acting Oscars – Frances McDormand for Best Actress and Sam Rockwell for Best Supporting Actor, honoring that gem of a movie the best way it could. Gary Oldman finally snagged his Best Actor Oscar for Darkest Hour, and honestly, he WAS the movie, so that’s the honor right there (and it won for makeup). And Allison Janney represented I, Tonya for her win in the Best Supporting Actress category.

Spreading the wealth a bit, popular favorite Get Out won for Best Original Screenplay, allowing its brilliant creator Jordan Peele an opportunity to accept the love for his superb film. James Ivory, who at 89 is now the oldest person to receive an Oscar, took home his statue for his beautiful adaptation of Call Me By Your Name, giving that film its due. Also picking up some gold were Dunkirk in the sound and editing categories; Phantom Thread for costumes; and Blade Runner 2049 for visual effects and cinematography (more on that below as well).

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Here are some of the highlight from the 2018 Oscars:

Jimmy Kimmel’s Opening Monologue

Kimmel firmly cemented himself as a capable and entertaining Oscars host, so he’s probably looking at several more years of being asked. His first few minutes, showing celebs on the red carpet and in the audience and narrating it as a 1940s black and white newsreel was inspired.

Then he takes the stage and of course, jokes about the Best Picture mishap from last year. It’s now sort of his legacy, and he embraced it. But while he makes a few politically charged jokes (like pointing out how Oscar himself is probably one of the best men in Hollywood today, because he keeps his hands where you can see them and has no genitalia), Kimmel kept things more upbeat and fun, reminding us why we were there and why we love movies so much.

Check it out!

Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph

They win for best presenters of the night, hands down. It’s funny, this whole award season has been pretty serious for the most part, what with all the movements and everything. I’ve missed some of the hilarious pair-ups to present awards. The Golden Globes had, like, zero and the SAGs, too.

So when Haddish and Rudolph came on stage to present the shorts, they did so carry their high heels and lamenting that they’d been wearing them too long. Right away, I said, “Finally!” and then laughed by ass off for the next two minutes. These two might be asked to host at some point.

Roger Deakins Finally Wins

I mean, seriously. This extraordinary cinematographer had been nominated 13 times before and had never won, always losing to something that was deemed just a tad more cinematic. But not this year. Deakins — who is usually the Coen brothers’ go-to guy with films like Fargo, No Country for Old Men, True Grit, along with Denis Villeneuve’s guy for Prisoners and Sicario – won his Oscar for Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner 2049. This wasn’t just a career award, either. Deakins’ keen and inventive eye delivered some of the most amazing visuals in this Blade Runner sequel. Wow. Congrats to the man.

Shout-Outs to Some Classy Ladies

Because it was the Academy’s 90th year, the producers sought to bring out some of old Hollywood – and they did it in the most classic way. First, there was actress Eve Marie Saint, who presented the Best Costume award and told such endearing little anecdotes about her costumes in “Fred” Hitchcock’s North by Northwest and working with famed designer Edith Head. At 93, Saint just slayed.

Also slaying was Rita Moreno, who came out in the exact dress she wore to the 1962 Oscars where she won Best Supporting Actress for her turn as Anita in West Side Story. Same dress. 89 years-old. And not only was she wearing the dress but she did some West Side Story moves as well. Wow.

Finally, bringing out Ashley Judd, Annabella Sciorra and Salma Hayek – all victims of Harvey Weinsten’s reign of sexual-harassment terror – made quite a statement.

Here’s Eve Marie Saint, though… just loved her:

Frances McDormand’s Acceptance Speech

Then there was Frances McDormand, who capped off an amazing run with the ultimate speech. Throughout the award season, she always started her acceptance speeches with “I’ve got something to say…” At the Oscars, winning for Three Billboards, she got emotional thanking her husband, Joel Coen, and her son – but then got us ALL emotional when she asked all the women who had been nominated for Oscars to stand up and be counted. It looked a little sparse, if I’m being honest, but still… that group is going to get larger.