YouTube also analyzed the captions in “tens of thousands” of review and reaction videos about the best picture nominees, and it found that:
- Coming-of-age drama Call Me by Your Name was the subject of the most review and reaction videos with the word “cry.”
- The word “funny” appeared in about one-half of the review and reaction videos about Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.
- About 20 percent of the review and reaction videos about Lady Bird used the word “relatable,” while “realistic” was used in about 18 percent of them.
Finally, YouTube said it observed users rewatching some of their favorite acceptance speeches from past Oscars ceremonies, and the top 10 were:
- Leonardo DiCaprio (2016), 11+ million views
- Heath Ledger (2009), 10.2+ million
- Matthew McConaughey (2014), 10.1+ million
- Kate Winslet (2009), 8.5+ million
- Jennifer Lawrence (2013), 8.4+ million
- Roberto Benigni (1999), 7.3+ million
- Tom Hanks (1995), 6.1+ million
- Natalie Portman (2011), 5.6+ million
- Sandra Bullock (2010), 5.2+ million
- Adrien Brody (2003), 5.2+ million