Cuba Gooding Jr., Best Supporting Actor for “Jerry Maguire,” 1997
“I love you Tom Cruise!” shouted Gooding Jr. indeed after the mood melodies motioning for him to stop. His spouting on account of all the group people from ‘Jerry Maguire’ makes it a standout among the most important acknowledgement speech for the golden statue.
Robin Williams, Best Supporting Actor for “Good Will Hunting,” 1998
“This might be the one time that I am speechless,”spouted Robin Williams in his trademark blasting voice. This clench hand Oscar acknowledgement speech of the late on-screen character is effortlessly a standout the most remembered.
Meryl streep, Best Actress in Leading Role for ‘The Iron Lady’, 2012
Metryl Streep pays a heartwhelming tribute in her acknowledgement speech for winning the Oscar for her remarkable performance as the Iron Lady. Getting her involved the shifty statue following 30 years for her part in ‘Sophie’s Choice’, she couldnt contain her feelings while thanking all her companions for a productive career.
Matthew McConaughey, Best Actor for ‘Dallas Buyers’ Club’, 2014
Known for his roles in romantic comedies, Matthew McConaughey’s execution in this film amazed numerous including pundits. In this quiet acknowledgement speech, the performing artist much obliged everybody in his family and finishes with the famous dialogue “Alright! alright! alright!”
Tom Hanks, Best Actor for ‘Philadelphia’
Tom Hanks’ fabulous acknowledgement speech resounding his appreciation to everybody from his High School teacher to the “Philadelphia” team is at the end of the day an impression of his streak to take up movies that are sometimes taken up by others. The film was a milestone one in Hollywood with being one of the first to talk a gay legal lawyer with AIDS.
Roberto Benigni, Best Foreign Language Film for “Life is Beautiful,”, 1999
Moving on the seats with enthusiasm in each one stage, Benigni bounced some way or another to the dias to get the brilliant statue.Bubbling with satisfaction, the director/performer gets an overwhelming applause even before he got onto the stage
Kate Winslet, Best Actress for ‘The Reader’, 2009
While her incredible performance in “Titanic” did not pack her the Oscar, her depiction of an Illiterate lady in Nazi Germany is one the most critically-acclaimed roles of hers.