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Sunday, April 13, 2014

Hosted by Conan O'Brien

Even though the biggest one you will ever see has come and gone, don't break out the tissues quite yet, Grumpy Cat! The 2014 MTV Movie Awards were so amazing that you can relive their awesomeness again and again. How hilarious was Conan O'Brien? Or more importantly, how well did he pull off that muscle suit? From his incredible race for the most celeb cameos (sorry about that, Taylor Swift!) to his guitar-shredding musical number, his run as host is one for the history books.

The MTV Movie Awards are all about celebrating the best films that graced the silver screen this year, and the megawatt talent that help make them possible. This year's show had no shortage of superstar celeb winners. Oscar winners Lupita Nyong'o and Jared Leto started off the night right, when she presented him with his win for Best On-Screen Transformation. It only got better from there, as Golden Popcorns were handed out to funnyman Jonah Hill for Best Comedic Performance, and Mila Kunis for her wicked win as Best Villain. Two very special awards were also given to two very special, talented, deserving, and above all, kick-ass actors: Channing Tatum as MTV's Trailblazer honoree, and Mark Wahlberg for the Generation Award. The cherry on top of an already seriously sweet night? None other than Johnny Depp arriving to present 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' with the coveted Movie Of The Year award.

Luckily, the music was just as good as the movies. Ski-mask-clad alt-rockers twenty one pilots were the first to perform and set the bar high with their intensely energetic "Car Radio." Later, an epic mash-up between 'Divergent' soundtrack artists Ellie Goulding and Zedd really brought the crowd to their feet.

Whether you missed the big moments or are just craving more Conan, don't worry! We've got the entire show on demand for you. Be sure to also check out our exclusive behind-the-scenes footage captured on All Access Live, as well as all of the best photos from the night. See you next year, movie lovers!