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Best: Wes Anderson’s Wes Anderson-y acceptance speech
"The Grand Budapest Hotel" pulled a major upset, taking Best Picture, Comedy/Musical over suspected winner, "Birdman." Fans of the film were treated to a pitch perfect thank you from writer-director Wes Anderson. First naming the people he didn’t need to thank (i.e. his recognizable creative his filmmaking partners), Anderson segued to a list of made-up HFPA members. It was like a flashback to his American Express commercial.