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This year's Oscars host, Neil Patrick Harris, has had his performance pulled apart. 

Critics thought he, "choked" (The Guardian) or that he was just, "Meh" (Mashable). Which is a shame. It's not the easiest job in the world and, frankly, who would remember if you totally aced it?

However, if you were even less impressed than the media and thought Harris should have shut the hell up, well, your wish may just have been granted.

YouTuber Bill Smith has cut up the host's opening gambit and removed the sound. The results are hilarious, with our special praise reserved for the sound of Michael Keaton's chewing gum.

In fact, the whole thing's almost as amazing as the silent version of A Few Good Men that we posted a few days ago.

[Via: Tastefully Offensive]

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