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1994 MTV Movie Awards

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1994 MTV Movie Awards

The 1994 ceremony was hosted by Will Smith. Performers included Bon Jovi, Nate Dogg & Warren G., Toni Braxton and John Mellencamp with Me'Shell NdegeOcello. In addition, the supergroup Backbeat featuring Mike Mills of R.E.M., Dave Grohl of Nirvana, Dave Pirner of Soul Asylum, Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth, Don Fleming of Gumball, and Greg Dulli of Afghan Whigs.


  • Performers 1
  • Awards 2
    • Best Movie 2.1
    • Best Male Performance 2.2
    • Best Female Performance 2.3
    • Most Desirable Male 2.4
    • Most Desirable Female 2.5
    • Breakthrough Performance 2.6
    • Best On-Screen Duo 2.7
    • Best Villain 2.8
    • Best Comedic Performance 2.9
    • Best Song from a Movie 2.10
    • Best Kiss 2.11
    • Best Action Sequence 2.12
    • Best New Filmmaker 2.13
    • Lifetime Achievement Award 2.14
  • References 3



Best Movie

Menace II Society

Best Male Performance

Tom HanksPhiladelphia

Best Female Performance

Janet JacksonPoetic Justice

Most Desirable Male

William BaldwinSliver

Most Desirable Female

Janet JacksonPoetic Justice

Breakthrough Performance

Alicia SilverstoneThe Crush

Best On-Screen Duo

Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee JonesThe Fugitive

Best Villain

Alicia SilverstoneThe Crush

Best Comedic Performance

Robin WilliamsMrs. Doubtfire

Best Song from a Movie

Michael Jackson — "Will You Be There" (from Free Willy)

Best Kiss

Demi Moore and Woody HarrelsonIndecent Proposal

Best Action Sequence

Train Wreck – The Fugitive

Best New Filmmaker

Lifetime Achievement Award


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