The MTV Movie Awards finally give Star Wars a approval it deserves

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If we omit a fact that there’s already something called The People’s Choice Awards, afterwards a MTV Movie Awards are kind of like a awards uncover of a people. It is, after all, a one place where The Maze Runner can kick Selma and The Hunger Games can kick everything, yet it’s not that a MTV Movie Awards are some-more current or reduction pretended than a Oscars. It’s only that a lot of people unequivocally adore The Hunger Games, so it’s good that there’s an endowment that privately caters to that assembly and respects a voice. Also, while a Oscars refused to even give Star Wars: The Force Awakens a Best Picture assignment that it deserved, a MTV Movie Awards righted that wrong by giving it Movie Of The Year. So, yes, maybe a MTV Movie Awards unequivocally are some-more current and reduction pretended than a Oscars.

Another thing that sets a MTV Movie Awards detached from other shows is that a rite itself doesn’t atmosphere live on TV, that means we can tell we who all of a winners are yet creation we lay by a few hours of commercials for acne lasers, new episodes of Teen Mom: Origins, and a marathon of Real World/Catfish Challenge: All Stars.

As we mentioned, The Force Awakens took home a tip prize, with Amy winning Best Documentary and Straight Outta Compton winning Best True Story—an endowment that was really not invented only so both Straight Outta Compton and Star Wars could win things. Leonardo DiCaprio continued his winning strain by removing Best Male Performance, Jennifer Lawrence won for Best Hero (but not Best Female Performance), and Best Villain went to Adam Driver. Also, as we formerly reported, Melissa McCarthy was deemed estimable of a Comedic Genius Award.

As for a waggish comedy pieces that hosts Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson peppered a uncover with, you’ll indeed have to watch a rite tonight on MTV to see those. The rest of a awards, though, are below.

Movie Of The Year: Star Wars: The Force Awakens

MTV Generation Award: Will Smith

Comedic Genius Award: Melissa McCarthy

Best True Story: Straight Outta Compton

Best Documentary: Amy

Best Female Performance: Charlize Theron, Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Male Performance: Leonardo DiCaprio, The Revenant

Breakthrough Performance: Daisy Ridley, Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Best Comedic Performance: Ryan Reynolds, Deadpool

Best Action Performance: Chris Pratt, Jurassic World

Best Hero: Jennifer Lawrence, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 2

Best Villain: Adam Driver, Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Best Virtual Performance: Amy Poehler, Inside Out

Best Ensemble Cast: Pitch Perfect 2

Best Kiss: Rebel Wilson and Adam DeVine, Pitch Perfect 2

Best Fight: Deadpool vs. Ajax, Deadpool

[via Vanity Fair]

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