If you expect the Oscars to always get it right then you've clearly not been paying attention long enough. Awards season isn't a fight between the very best movies, but the most persistent producers and publicists, with actors, directors, writers and the rest of the filmmaking community only making it up onto the stage of the Dolby Theatre if they've engaged in a lengthy campaigning process. Recent years have shown this is rather blunt terms. Can you actually believe The King's Speech won the trifecta of Actor, Director and Picture? That totally, 100% happened, but only because industry juggernaut Harvey Weinstein was forcing the film down everyone's stammering throats. The 2015 Academy Awards did see a lot of things go the way they really should. J. K. Simmons would have had every right to throw his chair across the room had he not got Best Supporting Actor and, for all his child-like fawning upon winning, it's hard to find fault with Eddie Redmayne's remarkably subtle turn as Stephen Hawking. In fact, the biggest upset from the year's Oscars was Neil Patrick Harris, who delivered moments of brilliance, but left a lot of the ever-vocal Twitter community wanting. Still, while there were many deserved winners, there sure were a lot of awards where the rightful film missed out. Ignoring all the movies snubbed at the nominations (in an ideal world Nightcrawler would have got some serious love), here are the eight biggest mistakes the Academy made as the 87th Academy Awards.