Although the Hollywood Foreign Press Association was intoxicated enough by the wine-soaked Sideways to name it 2004's Best Motion Picture, Comedy (and award it the Best Screenplay prize), The Aviator was the big winner at the Golden Globes. Not only did the Howard Hughes biopic claim the Best Film, Drama prize, but it also netted Leonardo DiCaprio a statuette for Best Actor, Drama. Collateral's Jamie Foxx lost to Closer's Clive Owen in the Supporting Actor, Drama, category, but went on to take Lead Actor, Comedy or Musical, for his stellar performance in Ray. The year's Best Actresses, according to overseas critics, were Million Dollar Baby boxer Hilary Swank (Drama) and Being Julia diva Annette Bening (Comedy or Musical). For a complete list of winners, click click here.