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See whose Oscars look hit the mark, and whose fell flat

Shaun Harrison
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Milla Jovovich - The 84th Annual Academy Awards, February 26, 2012

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Modern Family's Sarah Hyland looks age-appropriate and elegant in a flowing, lavender gown with a sweeping train and loosely pulled back hair.
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Rose Byrne shines in an asymmetrical bare-backed, black-sequined Vivienne Westwood dress with a short bob and blunt bangs.
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Bérénice Bejo's v-neck long-sleeved gown looks like it was splattered with broken Christmas ornaments.
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Jessica Chastain epitomizes the classic, glamorous Hollywood starlet in her sweetheart-neck gown, although the top is a tad ill-fitting.
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Melissa McCarthy's dress has too much drapery, and the color washes out her skin tone.
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Shailene Woodley's strait-jacket-looking dress is too buttoned-up for a 20-year-old.
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Viola Davis stuns in a low-cut strapless hunter green gown with an asymmetrical ruffled hem.
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Stacy Keibler channels the Oscar statue in gold, but the bunched-up fabric on her right hip takes away from the rest of the look.
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Michelle Williams' coral Louis Vuitton dress would've hit the mark without that extraneous peplum and sparkly bow.
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Rooney Mara's pale-colored gown washes her out and the low-cut silhouette is too severe for her extremely thin frame.
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Octavia Spencer is breathtaking in a ruched beaded Tadashi Shoji gown.
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The Artist's Missi Pyle chooses a flattering flowy silhouette, but the color is too pastel for our taste.
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Jane Seymour's bright-red beaded gown screams more Vegas showgirl than Academy Awards.
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Judy Greer could fit into Studio 54 with this black and liquid-silver halter gown.
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Tina Fey looks glam in a strapless eggplant satin gown and hair pulled back in a bun.
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Anna Faris' long-sleeved black sequined gown is too big and her short blond bob is too severe.
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Emma Stone is gorgeous in a high-necked cranberry-colored halter gown that cinches at the waist and then drapes to the floor.
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Jennifer Lopez has perfected the extremely low-cut gown, and pulls it off again in white stripes that gather in the center.
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Busy Phillipps looks great in a strapless, jacquard dress accented with a pop of color from her pink shoes.
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Glenn Close is timeless and stunning in a tight, dark-green gown with a sweeping train and matching jacket.
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Best Actor nominee Jean Dujardin looks classic in his tuxedo and bowtie, which complements his date's sexy, low-cut navy gown.
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Liven up, Jonah Hill, you're at the Oscars! The actor is a little too drab in his all-black tuxedo.
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Leslie Mann looks stunning in her flowing, navy strapless gown that has pizazz with the sparkly middle.
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Maya Rudolph plays it safe in this eggplant gown with beaded sleeves and matching belt.
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Penelope Cruz channels Old Hollywood in a lavender ball gown with slicked back hair.
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Kate Mara wears a similar color as her sister Rooney, but chooses a much more flattering gown. The beading is outstanding with a belted waist and draped sleeve.
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Kristen Wiig looks a little messy in a drab, washed-out beige and wavy hairstyle.
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Gwyneth Paltrow looks chic in a simple white Tom Ford gown with a cape that covers her shoulders.
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Natalie Portman stands out in a red polka-dot dress with a chunky diamond necklace.
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Meryl Streep's V-neck gown looks too big and billowy for her frame, and the color too metallic.
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Cameron Diaz’s gown is simple on the top, but flirty and fun on the bottom with flowing handkerchief-style ruffles lined with beads.
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Virginia Madsen is a hot mess in this crinkly lavender gown and wavy updo.
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Sean "Diddy" Combs is sleek in this classic tux and bowtie combo.
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Sandra Bullock gets points for trying something different, but the white top hangs loose on her frame and the middle looks like claws are grabbing at her midsection.
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As the producer of the Oscars, Brian Grazer could've cleaned up a bit, but instead wears a crooked bowtie and his signature spiky hair.
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Julia Ormond wears a flattering one-shoulder navy dress that gathers with a beaded broach.
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Sherri Shepherd channels her inner Grecian goddess in a bright-blue dress that cinches with a beaded waist.
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Kudos to Christopher Plummer for doing something different by sporting a velvet tux jacket.
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Bridesmaids' Ellie Kemper chooses a sparkly copper- and golden-beaded strapless gown that complements her reddish-brown locks — which could use a trim in the bangs.
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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, once again, define red carpet glam. Brad is classic in his tux and bowtie, while Angelina is sexy n her black-velvet dress showing off one leg with a high slit.