The 10 Best Moments in Oscars History
Halle Berry winning Best Actress in 2002 for "Monster's Ball" was a memorable moment not only at the Oscars, but also in history. She became the first black woman to win an Oscar for Best Actress, and her speech was expectedly extremely emotional.
3. Scorses finally gets his
Martin Scorsese wins Best Director for "The Departed," in 2007, and jokingly asked during his speech, "Can you double-check the envelope?" Not sure how it took so long, but we were happy to see Scorsese receive the honor.