Oscar Movies: Bourne Ultimatum, The

“The Bourne Ultimatum” wont three-for-three Sunday night with Oscar wins in three tech catgeroies: Editing, Sound mixing and Sound Editing.

Earlier some industry mavens epredicted that one of the above would go Michael Bay's “Transformers.”

Christopher Rouse won for Editing and noted at the top of his acceptance that his father Russell Rouse had won an Oscar for his screenplay for “Pillow Talk,” the Doris Day-Rock Hudson comedy in 1959.

“Forty-eight years ago, my father was privileged enough to receive an Oscar, and I'm deeply, deeply honored that you put me in his company tonight,” Rouse said.

Scott Millan, David Parker and Kirk Francis won the Mixing award and Karen Baker Landers and Per Hallberg won the Editing award.

It was the fourth Oscar for Millan, who won previously for “Ray,” “Apollo 13” and “Galdiator,” and the second for Parker, who won formerly for “The English Patient,” and for Halberg, who also won for “Braveheart.”

Millan dedicated his Oscar to J. Paul Huntsman, who died February 12 and was a member of the Academy's board of governors.