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Davidherewith some commiserations.The winners have been duly celebrated but what of those valiant souls who came,who sat,and who meekly applauded while silently ripping their pocket speeches to pieces?Are they over it by now?

Sometimes being the biggest loser can make you more famous than being a winner - just ask Leonardo DiCaprio,who may well just cease to exist now that his one purpose in life has been fulfilled and the internet's long love affair with affectionately mocking memes has come to an end.Can we assume that Roger Deakins is up next for this treatment…?

The record for the biggest loser on Oscar night is jointly held by 1977'sThe Turning Pointand 1985'sThe Color Purple.SinceThe Revenantwalked away with 3 gongs from a possible 12 andMad Max: Fury Roadgloriously swept the technical categories for 6 out of 10,no film came close to the record - unlike recent failuresTrue GritandAmerican Hustle,which both saw 10 noms come to sweet f' all.(The Color Purple's director Steven Spielberg was saved from indignity again with Mark Rylance's sort-of-surprise win forBridge of Spies.)

Yet some of 2015's biggest movies still ended the night empty-handed.Since time has a habit of remembering movies differently to Oscar,let's see what hallowed company Sunday's biggest losers are joining in the hall of infamy.How might they fair in the collective memory in twenty years time?(Please forgive my Photoshop skillsafter the jump)


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