"The Aviator" and "Sideways" took home the top movie honors at Hollywood's 62nd annual Golden Globe Awards Sunday.
"The Aviator," about reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes, won for best dramatic picture, while the buddy movie "Sideways" won the best film comedy or musical award.
Leonardo DiCaprio won best actor in a film drama for his lead role in "The Aviator," while Hillary Swank won best actress as a female boxer in "Million Dollar Baby." (Her film also won best-director award for Clint Eastwood.)
Jamie Foxx won best actor in film comedy or musical for his portrayal of the late musical legend Ray Charles in the movie "Ray," and Annette Bening was named best actress for "Being Julia."
Best foreign film was "The Sea Inside," from Spain, the real-life story of Ramon Sampedro, a paralyzed sailor who campaigned for 30 years for the right to die.
The Golden Globes, given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, often foreshadow the Academy Awards (Oscars), which will be announced on February 27. The press association covers U.S. films for overseas newspapers and magazines.