"The King's Speech" was crowned best film at the 83rd Academy Awards on Sunday night.
Nominated for 12 Oscars -- the most of any film -- it won four statuettes, including for Colin Firth for lead actor, Tom Hooper for director, and David Seidler for original screenplay.
"I have a feeling my career just peaked," Firth deadpanned as he accepted the honor. It capped off a phenomenal year for Firth, who won practically every award out there for playing George VI's attempts to overcome his stuttering before he assumes the throne of England.
Meanwhile, Natalie Portman danced away with Oscar for playing a prima ballerina spinning into madness in...