When The Oscars officially ended on Sunday, there were two distinct groups of people waiting for a spot at the theater: those who loved the awards but were disappointed with the Oscars overall, and those who didn’t care about the awards at all.
There was a wide range of opinions, and there were a lot of tweets.
Some people had their favorite awards, while others wanted to keep their eyes peeled for the rest of the evening, hoping to get a better glimpse at what was going on.
There were a few tweets from those who were just as passionate about the Oscars, and a few that weren’t so much.
Here’s a look at what people said about the events that were going on on social media.
We don’t care what you think.
The Oscars aren’t over.
We will keep watching, the #OscarsSoCal tweets said, adding that we’ll be back for the second half.
We have a lot to say, but we’ll let you do your thing.
The Oscar telecast, a day after the first, ended with a big, long “thank you” to everyone who voted for the nominees and winners.
It ended with an “I AM SO DONE” banner on the Oscars podium.
The tweets weren’t just about the nominations and awards.
There was a lot going on in the awards ceremony, including a surprise surprise announcement for the best actress award.
But there was also a lot about how the awards were received.
Here are some of the highlights:We had an epic night.
There is a lot we want to tell you, said Kathryn Bigelow, who co-directed “The Post,” in which she and her husband, Tom Hanks, starred.
We just wanted to thank everyone for being so supportive, she said.
We love you, @nominations, said Amy Adams, who is also nominated for best supporting actress.
We are so proud of you, our people say.
We have seen this movie before, and we have seen it better than you have, she added.
We are so sorry for your loss.
The Oscars are all over.
We know that our hearts are breaking, said Natalie Portman, who was nominated for her performance in “Silver Linings Playbook.”
It’s over, Natalie.
We love you and we love each other.
There were many tweets that made fun of the awards.
One person said that she was shocked that “The Social Network” wasn’t nominated for an Oscar.
Others said they wanted to get tickets for the awards, but couldn’t because the awards show had to be held in a different city.
Others made fun about how “The Big Short” was nominated but didn’t make the final cut.
The Twitterverse was also full of people who were disappointed that there were no other films nominated for the Best Picture and Best Director awards.
The best picture nomination was actually for “Fences” which was the film that most of the people wanted to see win, and they were really upset that it didn’t get that nomination.
The awards were a success.
They were a huge success, and that was the big takeaway for me, said “Moonlight,” the film about the gay man who works at a prestigious film studio.
I was very proud to have won for the first time, said Matt Damon.
I don’t know how much longer we can keep fighting, he added.
And I want to thank you for everything you’ve done for us, he continued.
We can’t believe how much this community has supported us.
We don’t understand why we didn’t win for best picture, he said.
But you know, it’s over.
It’s not over.
And you know what?
We’ll be here to fight until the end.
The only thing we can do is keep fighting until the day we can win again.
— Mark Ruffalo (@markruffalo) January 28, 2019