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2005 MTV Movie Awards (2005)

TV-PG | | Music | TV Special 9 June 2005
The fourteenth annual of the MTV Movie Awards. Hosted by Jimmy Fallon.
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The fourteenth annual of the MTV Movie Awards. Hosted by Jimmy Fallon.

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After winning the award for Best Kiss, Rachel McAdams Ryan Gosling recreated their kiss from the film they both starred in The Notebook. See more »

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Follows 1998 MTV Movie Awards (1998) See more »

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The boring glorification of Lindsay Lohan...
19 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

The MTV Movie Awards have been on a continuous decline for several years now, and this year's awards ceremony was no exception.

Gone are the entertaining days where comedians came in casual attire and staged humorous skits (i.e. Jim Carrey), and here to stay are the days where talentless stars like Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton are actually meant to be interpreted as serious, accomplished actresses. Yawn...

This is not the Oscars, folks, so here are some recommendations: leave the dresses at home, and show us your finest jeans and shirt. If you win, don't go in to some long-winded speech about how you are so thrilled to win. I mean, c'mon, it's an MTV award, which are basically handed-out at their discretion just to get you in the audience and boost their ratings. And lastly, ditch the red carpet and aftershow coverage: we've all seen what happens when a celebrity expands their ego at too early of an age, and Dakota Fanning or Paris Hilton have nothing enlightening or intelligent to say pre or post awards ceremony.


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