Javier Bardem, <i>No Country for Old Men</i> Win Big at the Oscars

Hollywood's biggest night has come and gone, and while we think it was sort
of a dull show, the highlight was definitely Javier Bardem's win for Best
Supporting Actor and his touching acceptance speech. Javi and his boys, the
Coen Brothers, were the big winners of the night—their film No Country
for Old Men
also took home the Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted
Screenplay prizes.

Predictably, Daniel Day Lewis nabbed the Best Actor award for There
Will Be Blood
, but there were upsets in the female categories, with French
beauty Marion Cotillard snatching Best Actress from front-runner Julie
, and Michael Clayton's Tilda Swinton stealing Best
Supporting Actress right out from under Cate Blanchett, who was nominated
for her role as Bob Dylan in I'm Not There.

For a complete list of winners, click here.