The 83rd Academy Awards aired last night and many are criticizing the hosting abilities of James Franco and Anne Hathaway. The show itself was watched by 37.6 million people, which 10% less than last year, but still higher than anything non-football related.
There weren't too many surprising moments during the show, so we once again took a look at the "In Memoriam" Tribute, which always leaves someone out. This year was no different. Actors like Dennis Hopper, Leslie Nielsen, and Tony Curtis were all mentioned, but not Corey Haim, who passed away on March 11th, 2010.
Haim was first overlooked in January, during the "In Memoriam" tribute at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. His friend and former co-star Corey Feldman said: "We have become used to not being honored by our peers in the industry. I have faith that the Academy will make a wiser choice."
We also put together some of the better moments of the show.
The first video is the opening montage in which hosts James Franco and Anne Hathaway are searching for Alec Baldwin in his dreams, taking us through the Oscar-nominated films in the process.
The second video is of a "Grease" sketch that was cut from the show for some reason. The third is a quick look at all the musicals from 2010, including "The Social Network" and "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse."
And if you kept watching after the show ended, you would have seen Tom Hanks on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and his hilarious spoof of "Toddlers and Tiaras." We included that as well. Watch everything below.
Opening Montage: If you cannot see the player, click here.