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• Well, you can't say they didn't try. Despite the "younger, hipper" choice of Oscar hosts, ratings were as bleah as critics' response to the show. The New York Times cites early reports that 37.6 million people tuned in -- about 4 million viewers fewer than last year.
• And the 83rd annual Academy Awards critics' consensus is... swing and a miss. The Hollywood Reporter gives us the lowdown on James and Anne's lackluster hosting skills -- as well as some of the night's most surprising and awe-inspiring upsets and performances.
• Despite hosting gaffes, there were plenty of enjoyable moments throughout the telecast. Entertainment Weekly counts down the 20 most hilarious, shocking and touching moments from this year's Oscar presentation.
• Bob Hope may be one of the funniest guys to host the Oscars, but there were plenty of comedic stars at this year's ceremony. People counts down the 83rd Academy Awards funniest quotes.
• Whether you loved or loathed their hosting style, you have to admit James Franco and Anne Hathaway make an outstanding Danny and Sandy. Our homies over at Moviefone give us this exclusive clip of the awards hosts singing out classic "Grease" melodies.
• The "Twilight", "Toy Story 3", "Social Network" and "Harry Potter" autotune montage was one of the most clever moments of last night's three-plus-hour ceremony. Buzzfeed takes it one step further, and autotunes Kirk Douglas' maddening but adorable speech.
• No offense, Shia. We think you're a great actor and all, but when it comes to fighting against intergalactic robots . . . you're kind of a wuss. Total Film counts down the 30 wimpiest action stars in movie history.
• Sex scenes between Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis? Sounds like something for everyone! E! Online gives us the scoop on Timberlake's business with Mila in the upcoming "Friends with Benefits."
• Our sincerest apologies to those Jobias Industries lovers and frozen banana eaters out there. David Cross tells MTV News that he's still uncertain whether the highly anticipated "Arrested Development" movie is still on the table.