Oscars 2011: James Franco and Anne Hathaway opening sequence -- love it or hate it?
The Academy Award opener referenced "Inception," "The Social Network," "The Fighter," "Back to the Future," Morgan Freeman's smooth narration and the fact that Alec Baldwin takes Ambien. Among other things.
It didn't reinvent any Oscar traditions, but it was funny; the "True Grit" eye patch moment got one of the bigger laughs in the press room. But what did you think? A strong start, or more of the same old, same old?
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| February 27, 2011; 8:48 PM ET
Categories: Awards Season, Movies, Oscars
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