Copy-Jet Ski victor Mark Bridges had the best Oscar night


Just like a year ago, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway took the stage to announce the biggest award of the night, best picture.

But the joke was on them when, at the very end of the night, Bridges rode out onto the stage on the jet ski wearing a life vest, with Helen Mirren as his passenger.

Is it just me or was this song WAY better in the movie?

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY - Call Me by Your Name, James Ivory: James Ivory's script for the coming-of-age drama "Call Me by Your Name" won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay at Sunday's 90th Academy Awards.

Numerous winners, including Jordan Peele (winner of best original screenplay for "Get Out"), jokingly mentioned the Jet Ski as they began their speeches.

As expected, Britain's Gary Oldman won his first Oscar for playing World War Two leader Winston Churchill in Warner Bros.' "Darkest Hour", while Frances McDormand's woman in a vengeful fury was a popular best actress victor for Fox Searchlight's dark comedy "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri".

SOUND EDITING - Dunkirk, Alex Gibson and Richard King: Acclaimed filmmaker Christopher Nolan's war drama Dunkirk won top sound honours at the 90th Academy Awards in Los Angeles.

CINEMATOGRAPHY - Blade Runner 2049, Roger Deakins: Veteran British director of photography Roger Deakins has finally ended his 13-film losing streak at the Oscars by winning the best cinematography Academy award for Blade Runner 2049.

"The Shape Of Water", which tells a story of a deaf woman's love for an aquatic creature, was also named as the Best Picture, along with Best Production Design and Best Score accolades.

Bridges, a graduate of LaSalle High School, won his second Oscar for costume design for the film "Phantom Thread", the Niagara Gazette reported.