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2003 MTV Movie Awards (2003)

Justin Timberlake and Seann William Scott hand out awards the best films of 2003 as voted on by MTV viewers.

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Justin Timberlake and Seann William Scott hand out awards the best films of 2003 as voted on by MTV viewers.

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5 June 2003 (USA)  »

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According to Peter Jackson on the Lord of the Rings Two Towers DVD, Fran Walsh and Phillipa Boyens wrote the Gollum MTV award skit. See more »

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Daviegh Chase: [whispering] Everyone will suffer.
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Features MTV: Reloaded (2003) See more »

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BEST SHOW EVER!
11 June 2003 | by See all my reviews

To greatly disagree with the previous comments about this excellent show, I thought it was excellant, it was well rehearsed, the opening sequence involving a spoof of the new matrix film would be funny only if you have seen the film, otherwise it would only give you a chuckle, Justin Timberlake was surprisingly funny, especially with the antics of Sean William Scott, the Tatu performance was a nice surprise and the win of Samara from The Ring for best villian ended up being one of the most satisfying speechs of all time, a classic epic, hip awards show, and will definately be one of the most valuable parts of the MTV archives.

9 out of 10 (the only problem was even though 50 cent performance was okay it was way to hyped and the actors were obviously rehearsed)


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