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2009 MTV Movie Awards

Nominees

Best Comedic Performance

  1. Directed by

    Jim Carrey's classic boyish charm and elastic faces as Carl stretches 'Yes Man' into a laugh-riot.

  2. Directed by

    Amy Poehler is hilarious as immature, obnoxious Angie Ostrowiski, the surrogate mom from hell.

  3. Directed by

    Blondes really do have more fun as Anna Faris shows a group of unsuspecting sorority girls.

  4. Directed by

    James Franco is the world's most loveable, big-hearted, optimistic...drug dealer. Yep.

  5. Directed by

    With inspired silliness, Steve Carell plays Agent Maxwell Smart, who lacks in brains but rakes in the laughs.