12 Years a Slave took home the top honor at the Academy Awards, while Gravity won the most awards (whether that’s good or bad news for NASA is up for debate). Here’s a complete list of the nominees and winners.

+ Lupita Nyong’o had the line of the night during her acceptance speech: “It doesn’t escape me for one moment that so much joy in my life is thanks to so much pain in someone else’s.” On the other end of the speech-spectrum, Matthew McConaughey explained that his hero is, well, himself, ten years in the future. And that wasn’t even the weirdest part of his speech. I guess when you’re that good looking, any speech is considered alright, alright, alright. Meanwhile, Best Supporting Actor Jared Leto opened the evening with a shout-out to Ukrainians. In an interesting twist, his band is playing both Ukraine and Russia this month.

+ You can watch all the big moments in under two minutes, review the “best” moments with 27 Buzzfeed-collected GIFs, or just skip straight to the weirdest moment of all, John Travolta’s introduction of Idina Menzel (he may have flubbed her name, but his hair took home a CGI lifetime achievement award).

+ Most reviews of the broadcast were lukewarm or worse. Here’s a sample from The Hollywood Reporter’s Tim Goodman: “As a television event, this year’s Oscars was more like an endurance test. It was a turgid affair, badly directed, poorly produced and featuring an endless string of either tired or wince-inducing moments by DeGeneres, who, by the last 30 or so minutes, seemed to have given up entirely.” And from The New Yorker’s Richard Brody: The Sad Corporate-Pizza Oscars.

+ The Kidnapping Case: A look back at the 1853 NYT piece on the 12 years of Solomon Northup’s slavery.