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1995 MTV Movie Awards (1995)

The forth annual MTV Movie Awards. Hosted by Courtney Cox and Jon Lovitz.
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The forth annual MTV Movie Awards. Hosted by Courtney Cox and Jon Lovitz.

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Trivia

Jon Lovitz and Courtney Cox's opening song is their rendition of the song "You Gotta Be", by Des'ree. See more »

Quotes

Quentin Tarantino: [Imitating Dennis Hopper's line from the movie Speed] Pop quiz hot shot, you go to awards shows all year long, you keep losing to Forrest Gump, it's annoying the hell out of you. What do you do? You go to the MTV Movie Awards!
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Connections

Features The Flintstones (1994) See more »

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Blitzkrieg Bop
Written by Tommy Ramone and Dee Dee Ramone
Performed by Ramones
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Great Award Show
28 May 2002 | by See all my reviews

I thought it was funny and i enjoyed it very much Jon Lovitz and Courteney Cox did really great and it was very entertaining!!!!!!!!!!

I Think that if they ever play it again on MTV u should really think about watching it cuz if ur in to entertainment that enjoyable watch this!


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