It was a good night for Old Men, as the Cohen Brother's No Country for Old Men took the top spot at this year's Oscars, winning Best Motion Picture. Joel and Ethan Cohen also took home the gold for Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Director, while the film's star, Javier Bardem, won for Best Supporting Actor.
On a side note, Javier is now my newest obsession. He can talk to me in Spanish anytime he wants. So hot!
Daniel Day Lewis got the top acting honors, winning in the Best Actor category for his role in There Will Be Blood. As for the ladies, Tilda Swinton won Best Supporting Actress for playing opposite George Clooney in Michael Clayton, while Marion Cotillard was named Best Actress for La Vie en Rose.
For a full list of nominees, winners and losers, check out our Oscar wrap up.