On Sunday night (Jan. 10), nearly three hours of alternately sweet, emotional, zany and a little bit awkward Golden Globes moments, it was finally time to announce the night's unofficial biggest winner -- the Best Motion Picture, Drama. And in the end, it was "The Revenant" that won big, beating out "Carol," "Mad Max: Fury Road," "Room" and "Spotlight" for the night's top (ish) honor.
Writer and director Alejandro González Iñárritu took the stage on behalf of "The Revenant," alongside his emotional cast and crew. He sweetly thanked everyone who made the film possible, and noted how thankful he was that they "survived" the notoriously brutal filming process.
This came mere moments after the film's star Leonardo DiCaprio won Best Actor in a Motion Picture -- Drama, so let's just say it's looking more and more like "The Revenant" -- and Leo -- might be having a very good Oscar night next month.