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1999 MTV Movie Awards

 

1999 MTV Movie Awards

1999 MTV Movie Awards
Date Saturday, June 5, 1999
Location Barker Hangar,
Santa Monica, California
Country United States
Host Lisa Kudrow
Television/Radio coverage
Network MTV

The 1999 MTV Movie Awards were hosted by Lisa Kudrow. Musical performances included Kid Rock, Robbie Williams, and Will Smith with Dru Hill, Nine Inch Nails and Kool Moe Dee.

Contents

  • Performers 1
  • Awards 2
    • Best Movie 2.1
    • Best Male Performance 2.2
    • Best Female Performance 2.3
    • Breakthrough Male 2.4
    • Breakthrough Female 2.5
    • Best On-Screen Duo 2.6
    • Best Villain 2.7
    • Best Comedic Performance 2.8
    • Best Song From a Movie 2.9
    • Best Kiss 2.10
    • Best Action Sequence 2.11
    • Best Fight 2.12
    • Best New Filmmaker 2.13
  • External links 3

Performers

Awards

Best Movie

There's Something About Mary

Best Male Performance

Jim CarreyThe Truman Show

Best Female Performance

Cameron DiazThere's Something About Mary

Breakthrough Male

James Van Der BeekVarsity Blues

Breakthrough Female

Katie HolmesDisturbing Behavior

Best On-Screen Duo

Jackie Chan and Chris TuckerRush Hour

Best Villain

Matt DillonThere's Something About Mary

Best Comedic Performance

Adam SandlerThe Waterboy

Best Song From a Movie

Aerosmith — "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (from Armageddon)

Best Kiss

Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph FiennesShakespeare in Love

Best Action Sequence

Asteroid Destroys New York City – Armageddon

  • Gibson/Glover Car Chase on Freeway and Through Building – Lethal Weapon 4
  • Car Chase in France with De Niro Pursuing Natasha mcelhone – Ronin
  • Tom Hanks and Company Land on Normandy Beach – Saving Private Ryan

Best Fight

Ben Stiller vs. Puffy the Dog – There's Something About Mary

Best New Filmmaker

External links

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