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3 June 2007 (USA) See more »
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Jessica Alba ... Herself

Aziz Ansari ... Himself (as Human Giant)
Cesar Arroyo ... Himself

Victoria Beckham ... Herself

Vince Brocato ... Chorus Singer

Bill Caco ... Himself

Cameron Diaz ... Herself

DTeflon ... Himself

Zac Efron ... Himself
Wilkie Ferguson ... Spider-Man
Courtney Fleming ... Herself

Victoria Gracie ... Rihanna's Dancer (as Victoria Parsons)

Noah Harald ... Himself

Paris Hilton ... Herself

Rob Huebel ... Himself (as Human Giant)

Samuel L. Jackson ... Himself

Shia LaBeouf ... Himself

Lindsay Lohan ... Herself

Rachael Markarian ... Dancer

Paul Morrell ... Himself

Jack Nicholson ... Himself - Winner: Best Villain

Zan Passante ... Himself

Suzie Pollard ... Herself

Carlos Ramirez ... Himself

Rihanna ... Herself
Samuel Ringoir ... Himself
Jessica Ritchie ... Herself

Andy Samberg ... Himself

Paul Scheer ... Himself (as Human Giant)

Andy Signore ... Himself - Best Spoof Winner

Sarah Silverman ... Herself - Host

John Travolta ... Himself
Jason Wahler ... Himself

Robin Williams ... Himself

Amy Winehouse ... Herself

Jason Woliner ... Himself (as Human Giant)

Hawk Younkins ... Himself

Jay Z ... Himself (as Jay-Z)

Marcus D. Spencer ... Himself (uncredited)

Directed by
Mark Burnett 
Joe DeMaio 
M Pink Christofalo (segment director)
Dean Holland (segment "Finding a Presenter")
Rob Schrab (segment "Cold Open")
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Tommy Cody  consultant writer
Robert Cohen 
Will Forte 
Chadd Gindin 
Ned Goldreyer  consulting writer
Ben Hoffman 
Anthony Jeselnik  consultant writer
Jonathan Kesselman  consultant writer
Jonathan Kimmel  head writer for Sarah Silverman
Kip Madsen  consulting writer
Murray Miller  consulting writer
Jordan Rubin  head writer
Joe Strazzullo  consulting writer
Harris Wittels  consultant writer

Produced by
Mark Burnett .... executive producer
Daniela Capistrano .... associate producer
Will Coss .... coordinating producer
Shirley Davis .... co-executive producer
Kathy Flynn .... producer
Salli Frattini .... executive producer
Natalia Garcia .... backstage producer
Dean Holland .... producer
Hyunjoo Kim .... line producer
Jonathan Kimmel .... consulting producer
Gary Lanvy .... producer
Gabriela Revilla Lugo .... assistant producer (as Gabriela Revilla)
Audrey Morrissey .... producer
Jane Mun .... co-producer
Jim O'Donnell .... film segment producer
Dara Rothenbiller .... co-producer
Rob Schrab .... segment producer
Shari Scorca .... producer
Ted Smith .... producer
Sergio Villa .... segment producer
Robb Wagner .... screens producer
Original Music by
Craig Sharmat (Opening Music)
Film Editing by
Mark Stepp 
Casting by
Justin Ruse 
Production Design by
Anton Goss 
Art Direction by
Zeya Maurer 
Costume Design by
Paula Elins 
Makeup Department
Robert Ramos .... hair stylist: Jessica Alba
Cole Saad .... makeup artist
Production Management
Garrett English .... executive in charge of production
Matt Powers .... production supervisor
Art Department
Alexander Marc Calle .... set designer
Erik Schindler .... set dresser
Sound Department
Patrick O. Bird .... sound designer
Shaun Cunningham .... sound designer
Brian Riordan .... sound re-recording mixer
Matt Slivinski .... sound designer
Visual Effects by
Vlad Bina .... visual effects supervisor
Dragos Jieanu .... digital matte painter
Mihai Pocorschi .... visual effects technical director
Alexandru Popescu .... digital matte painter
Camera and Electrical Department
Garrett Hurt .... camera operator
Kris Wilson .... camera operator
Casting Department
Veronica Kahn .... casting coordinator
Scott Moretti .... extras casting coordinator
Jennifer K. Parker .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marcia Zigler .... costumer
Editorial Department
Ramsey Denison .... assistant editor
Charles Donohoe .... assistant editor
Music Department
Michael Blakey .... music producer
Louis Clark .... music supervisor
Emanuel Heinstein .... composer: additional music
Walter Mair .... composer: stock music (as Walter Christian Mair)
David Montalvo .... music and media licensing
Kyle Townsend .... composer: additional music
Other crew
Ted Absher .... talent logistics manager
Reed Agnew .... consultant: writers
Steven Belser .... production accountant
Brandon Bennett .... production assistant
Doug Benson .... consultant
Katherine Bernstein .... production assistant
Margaret Burzachiello .... production assistant
Melanie Ann Capacia .... production coordinator
Joshua Carmer .... script coordinator
Mary Chau .... script assistant
Tina Cannizzaro DeBone .... script supervisor (as Tina Cannizzaro)
Phil Dornfeld .... consultant
David Eilenberg .... consultant
Kathy Flynn .... event producer
Will Forte .... consultant
Chadd Gindin .... consultant
Kami Gladich .... announcer
Ned Goldreyer .... consultant
Jennifer Hamilton .... assistant choreographer
Anthony Jeselnik .... consultant
Gerren Kelsaw .... production assistant
Jonathan Kesselman .... consultant
Brandon Krzyminski .... production assistant
Magi Loucks .... rehearsal host
Kip Madsen .... consultant
Evan Matthews .... assistant: Mark Burnett
Geoffrey McCarthy .... production assistant
Kaitlyn Metcalf .... production assistant
Judah Miller .... consultant
Murray Miller .... consultant
Christopher Min .... production coordinator
Dan Mintz .... consultant
Morgan Murphy .... consultant
Kevin Q. Pong .... production assistant
Brian Posehn .... consultant
Robin Reinhardt .... celebrity talent executive
Pete Rizzo .... technical manager
Jordan Rubin .... head consultant
Gerardo F. Santos .... location manager
Chase Simonds .... production staff
Raffi Simonian .... creative director
Phillip Sino-Cruz .... dressing room coordinator
John Solomon .... consultant
Ryan Sommer .... production assistant
Cody Speer .... coordinator
Joe Strazzullo .... consultant
Melissa Susino .... intern (as Melissa Sussino)
Christina Tong .... parking coordinator
Joe Wagner .... consultant
Alan Yang .... consultant
Scott Hislop .... dancer (uncredited)
JC Coccoli .... special thanks (as Jessica Coccoli)

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7 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Best in years, though that's not saying much, 5 June 2007

Despite hating MTV, I always try to check out the Movie Awards depending on the host since when done right, the event can be pretty hilarious. That hasn't been the case for the past few years with hosts like Lindsay Lohan in 2004, Jimmy Fallon in 2005, and Jessica Alba in 2006 being DOA with their deliveries. With rating declining, the producers decided to bring in someone who has actually had a great deal of experience in front a live audience: Sarah Silverman. Love her or hate her (I personally like her), Silverman is undoubtedly fearless. She's controversial, she's brave, and depending on who you ask, she knows how to tell a dirty joke. That said, it comes as no surprise that Silverman's opening monologue served as the highlight of the show with the host taking jabs at 300, Spider-Man 3 (as well as its star, Tobey Maguire), and Paris Hilton. The Hilton jokes, in my not-so-important opinion, were perfect. Mean in spirit, but perfect in delivery. It was a fantastic opening. The only problem is it was the only memorable part of the whole presentation. The rest of the overly long ceremony was, well, embarrassing to watch. Presenters came on stage and read from a teleprompter like it was their first time ever seeing one. The acceptance speeches were underwhelming, save for Gerard Butler after winning for Best Fight. Worst of all, with everything that was going on, a large chunk was downright boring. Skip it in reruns. 3/10

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