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The 2004 MTV Movie Award Winners! Source: MTV Sunday, June 6, 2004

It was a night to remember as MTV revealed the winners of the 2004 MTV Movie Awards. Host Lindsay Lohan of Mean Girls presided over the horror-themed festivities at the Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, CA. D12 with Eminem, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Beastie Boys gave over-the-top performances - a time-honored tradition for this star- studded event, which airs on MTV Thursday, June 10, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT).

[RESULTS SPOILERS AHEAD!]

Kill Bill Vol. 1 slayed the competition with the most wins of the night, including Uma Thurman as "Best Female Performance" and Lucy Liu as "Best Villain." Johnny Depp took home nods for "Best Male Performance" for his dynamic role as a swashbuckler in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. For the third consecutive year, Lord of the Rings took home "Best Movie," for its latest installment "The Return of the King". Lohan became the first Movie Awards host ever to win the coveted "golden popcorn" while hosting, as she picked up the "Breakthrough Female" award.

The winners are as follows:

BEST MOVIE

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (New Line Cinema)

BEST MALE PERFORMANCE

Johnny Depp - Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Walt Disney Pictures)

BEST FEMALE PERFORMANCE

Uma Thurman - Kill Bill Vol. 1 (Miramax Films)

BEST COMEDIC PERFORMANCE

Jack Black - School of Rock (Paramount Pictures)

BEST ON-SCREEN TEAM

Adam Sandler/Drew Barrymore - 50 First Dates (Sony Pictures)

BEST VILLAIN

Lucy Liu - Kill Bill Vol. 1 (Miramax Films)

BREAKTHROUGH MALE

Shawn Ashmore - X2: X-Men United (20th Century Fox)

BREAKTHROUGH FEMALE

Lindsay Lohan - Freaky Friday (Walt Disney Pictures)

BEST KISS

Owen Wilson & Carmen Electra & Amy Smart - Starsky & Hutch (Warner Bros.)

BEST ACTION SEQUENCE

Battle at Gondor - The Lord of The Rings: The Return of the King (New Line Cinema)

BEST FIGHT

Uma Thurman vs. Chiaki Kuriyama - Kill Bill Vol. 1 (Miramax Films)

BEST DANCE SEQUENCE

Seann William Scott - American Wedding (Universal Pictures) - "Disco Dance Off"

TRANSATLANTIC BREAKTHROUGH (for MTV Europe only)

Martine McCutcheon - Love Actually (Universal Pictures)

Highlights from the show included:

The opening hip-hop dance number kicked off an evening full of surprises. Lohan showed off her dance moves along with Marques Houston and Omarion from You Got Served, playing up the fact that Lohan is the youngest MTV Movie Awards host in the show's history with Andy Richter and Rachel Dratch playing her over-protective parents.

A short film "pitch meeting" featuring Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, and Peter Jackson left the crowd in stitches, as Stiller and Vaughn tried to convince Jackson to make "Lord of the Rings 4". Interspersed throughout the show were a series of hilarious short films inspired by the upcoming Will Ferrell comedy Anchorman and Lohan's film Mean Girls. The final short film of the evening featured Andy Dick and Lohan in a campy take-off of the film Kill Bill Vol. 2.

As expected the musical performances were a heart-pounding component of the evening. The Beastie Boys were the first act to grace the stage with a hot screen video mix of their single "Ch-Check It Out." D12 with Eminem had the crowd roaring with their parody of a rock band - featuring Eminem dressed as famed Guns 'n' Roses frontman Axl Rose. In true Kill Bill fashion, D12's Bizarre dressed up as Uma Thurman's character in the film. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs performed their hit "Maps" on an incredible set, a concept by director-producer Spike Jonze.

The evening drew to a hilarious close as Kirsten Dunst appeared with Spider-Man to present the award for "Best Movie" - and Spider-Man revealed himself to be none other than Ellen DeGeneres.

In grand MTV style, the 2004 MTV Movie Awards were the end-all, be-all destination for fans of the world's biggest movie, TV, and music stars. The list of presenters included: Christina Aguilera; Kate Beckinsale; Jessica Biel; Halle Berry; Tom Cruise; Vin Diesel; Kirsten Dunst; Eve; Jimmy Fallon; Jamie Foxx; Jake Gyllenhaal; Paris Hilton; Kate Hudson; Ice Cube; Scarlett Johannson; Ashton Kutcher; Shia LaBeouf; Brittany Murphy; Thandie Newton; Matthew Perry; Queen Latifah; The Rock; Mark Ruffalo; Snoop Dogg; Sharon Stone; Marlon Wayans; and Shawn Wayans.

The 2004 MTV MOVIE AWARDS will be seen in 166 countries/territories via 42 music programming services channels, and in 18 languages in over 401.8 million households.

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Problem is people nowadays are winning movies because of popularity, and not how good it is.

That's the good thing about the MTV awards, though...they don't even disguise the fact that it's ALL about popularity. The Oscars are a popularity contest with a few head-scratchers thrown in to make the show look like it's about artistic merit. But both are all about Hollywood kissing its own collective ass...I can think of about 3,459 better ways to spend three hours.

Lindsay Lohan's new tits are pretty nice, though... :P

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Well....there was the rumour that they were fake.... who cares, all that matters is that Lindsay Lohan > Hilary Duff

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Kill Bill slaying the awards is bullshit. They won best Female Performance (my fucking ass), Best Villian and Fight Scene (wow the moive was all fight scenes holy shit! amazing) The Kill Bill movies are shite, and the only award that matters is the Best Movie.

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Kill Bill slaying the awards is bullshit. They won best Female Performance (my fucking ass), Best Villian and Fight Scene (wow the moive was all fight scenes holy shit! amazing) The Kill Bill movies are shite, and the only award that matters is the Best Movie.

Call me when you're making much of a point outside of the fact that there were better leading ladies out there than Uma Thurman.

The Bride vs. GoGo absolutely slaughtered every other fight scene out there last year and deserved a bit more time, and it's about time Chiaki gets some love.

I much prefer the results of this over the monotonous suckfest that was the Oscars this year, to be quite honest.

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Kill Bill slaying the awards is bullshit. They won best Female Performance (my fucking ass), Best Villian and Fight Scene (wow the moive was all fight scenes holy shit! amazing) The Kill Bill movies are shite, and the only award that matters is the Best Movie.

Kill Bill is a fantastic movie, both parts even manage to stand on their own as good seperate movies. The camera work is near orgasmic, the plot and writing is Tarantino's A-Stuff and, IMO, it's acted superbly - I mean come one, it has Michael Madsen for fucks sake. Plus as GoGo says the Bride vs GoGo fight scene was great. It isn't the amount of fight scenes or blood that makes the movie, its the way Tarantino effortlessly adds it all together, perfectly pastiching the older Kung Fu and Revenge movies.

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Music award shows > movie award shows

Why? Is that because pop stars have to make out with each other as a publicity stunt to have a good show? Then again Tatu did that exact same thing last year at the movie awards so whatever. I'll be watching the awards despite the fact they snubbed the Freeway scene from The Matrix Reloaded for Best Action Sequence.

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