Joining him is the out-of-the-box (thought not undeserving) Jackie Chan, who might illicit some chuckles, but actually feels about right for an Oscar, quite frankly. I was a little surprised to hear it was an Honorary trophy, rather than a Hersholt (he's did quite a bit for organizations like UNICEF), but he has been a titan in the world of Asian cinema, in particular becoming an icon of martial arts films, and the Honorary Oscar is for a body of work, not necessarily for a specific film so I raise an eyebrow but also nod in concurrence. Frederick Wiseman also won an Academy Award for his decades of work in documentary film-making, something difficult to argue with at this point.
The final winner, though, while I congratulate her, I do have to question just a little bit. Anne V. Coates is a titan of film editing, one of the greatest of all-time. From Lawrence of Arabia to Fifty Shades of Grey (with four more Oscar nominations in-between), she is a pioneer, particularly when you consider how few film editors of prominence are women. She definitely deserves to be an Oscar winner. However, Coates already has an Oscar (for Lawrence), and while she did win so early in her career I'll buy she deserved it for the fifty years that happened afterward, there are so many people waiting on an Oscar (competitive or otherwise) that my hope would be that they would have picked one of them since Coates already is Oscar-winning (and still works enough that she could quite frankly win another on her own). It's certainly deserved, but not really necessary.