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1997 MTV Movie Awards

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1997 MTV Movie Awards

1997 MTV Movie Awards
Date Tuesday, June 10, 1997
Location Barker Hangar,
Santa Monica, California
Country United States
Host Mike Myers
Television/Radio coverage
Network MTV

The 1997 MTV Movie Awards were held on June 10, 1997 and hosted by Mike Myers. Performers included Jewel, Bush, and En Vogue. This year also eliminated the categories of "Most Desirable Female" and "Most Desirable Male."



Best Movie


Best Male Performance

Tom CruiseJerry Maguire

Best Female Performance

Claire DanesRomeo + Juliet

Breakthrough Performance

Matthew McConaugheyA Time To Kill

Best On-Screen Duo

Nicolas Cage and Sean ConneryThe Rock

Best Villain

Jim CarreyThe Cable Guy

Best Comedic Performance

Jim CarreyThe Cable Guy

Best Song from a Movie

Bush — "Machinehead" (from Fear)

Best Kiss

Vivica A. Fox and Will SmithIndependence Day

Best Action Sequence

Truck Drives Through Farm Equipment – Twister

Best Fight

Fairuza Balk vs. Robin TunneyThe Craft

Best New Filmmaker

Lifetime Achievement Award

External links

  • MTV winners list
  • MTV Movie Awards: 1997 at the Internet Movie Database
  • List of nominees and winners of 1997 MTV Movie Awards
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