Cape Town – Channel24 gave you the full rundown of the best and the bleh from this year's star-studded Oscar ceremony. From Brad Pitt to Eminem and even Blac Chyna, and of course the incredible Parasite.
So now you might just be in the mood to sit and couch and watch some award-winning cinema, or maybe you watch the whole ceremony again on TV.
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From action to musicals and everything in between there's something here for everyone.CHECK OUT OSCAR-WINNING MOVIES YOU CAN WATCH ON THE SMALL SCREEN RIGHT NOW:
Two years before the Civil War, Django (Jamie Foxx), a slave, finds himself accompanying an unorthodox German bounty hunter named Dr King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) on a mission to capture the vicious Brittle brothers. Their mission successful, Schultz frees Django, and together they hunt the South's most-wanted criminals. Their travels take them to the infamous plantation of shady Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio), where Django's long-lost wife (Kerry Washington) is still a slave.
Awards won: Best Original Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor (Christoph Waltz).
Taron Egerton stars as Reginald Dwight who changes his name to Elton John and collaborates with singer-songwriter Bernie Taupin to become one of the most iconic figures in pop history. Set to his most beloved songs, it's the epic musical story of Elton John, his breakthrough years in the 1970s and his fantastical transformation from shy piano prodigy to international superstar.
Award won: Best Original Song for (I'm Gonna) Love Me Again.
Legendary soul musician Ray Charles is portrayed by Jamie Foxx in this Oscar-winning biopic. Young Ray watches his 7-year-old brother drown at age seven. When he loses his sight at the age of 9, his hardworking mother (Sharon Warren) urges him not to feel sorry for himself. He rises through the ranks of the Seattle jazz scene.
Awards won: Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (Jamie Foxx), Best Achievement in Sound Mixing.
South African viewers who missed the live broadcast of the Oscars on Monday morning can watch the rebroadcast at 21:00 on M-Net (DStv 101).
Compiled by Alex Isaacs