I used to actually watch the MTV Movie Awards, and genuinely appreciated the sort of cool populism their winners portrayed. Mind you, I was 8 or 9 years old, but the days when "Pulp Fiction," "Menace II Society" and "Seven" would take the top prizes helped make the awards a respectably hip cousin to the regular awards circuit. But like their video award counterpart, the awards have seen a bland and predictable mainstreaming that have essentially turned them into a teen version of the People's Choice Awards. Last night continued this trend, with the "Twilight" series continuing what looks to be a half-decade of dominating all the major categories.
The first 5 years:
The last 3 years:
At this point, we can pretty much fill in the last two "Twilight" films and their stars as the winners of the 2012 and 2013 editions.
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RT @indiewire: American Hustle surprises as big winner with #NYFCC. Full list of winners: http://t.co/skWur8R7SSPosted 1 day ago
@peterknegt Nothing ugh worthy about this one - it's about time he got industry recognition. Here's to his upcoming Academy Award!Posted 1 day ago
Pretty extraordinary, mostly silent performance. RT @peterknegt Robert Redford wins best actor from the #NYFCC: http://t.co/LNJ3u2DdDGPosted 1 day ago
“@peterknegt: Robert Redford wins best actor from the #NYFCC: http://t.co/o5f6hWAuEK” yay!Posted 1 day ago