Bad haircut be damned! Javier Bardem and his movie No Country for Old Men swept the Oscars last night, taking Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay and of course, Best Supporting Actor for Javier's, um, haircut! Daniel Day Lewis won the Best Actor for his turn in There Will Be Blood while Marion Cotillard's rendition of Edith Piaf won her the Best Actress title. Tilda Swinton took home a Best Supporting Actress statue for her role opposite George Clooney in Michael Clayton. And the little-movie-that-could, Juno, got its writer, stripper-turned-screenwriter Diablo Cody, an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.