MTV Movie Awards: 1992 Highlights

A major year for 'Terminator 2: Judgement Day,' it's a miracle we got pictures of anybody else. Dennis Miller hosts.

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Saturday Night Live alum and notorious ranting lunatic Dennis Miller handles hosting duties at the first ever MTV Movie Awards. Keep an eye out for more of those AIDS ribbons.

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Keanu Reeves wins Most Desirable Male for Point Break. He is unsure about what to think of the award and says "what a wacky wacky award."

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Anna Chlumsky accepts the award for Best Kiss for her kiss with Macaulay Culkin in My Girl. She jokes "gee my first kiss and I get an award."

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Superfreak and Captain of the Starship Enterprise William Shatner performs his own special melodramatic rendition of each Best Song nominee.

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Governator Arnold Schwarzenegger wins Best Male Performance for Terminator 2: Judgement Day and refers to himself as a super cool, hip, international stud.

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Take me to another place... Speech of Arrested Development raises a fist for black power during a performance of the group's hit song, "Tennessee."

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Award show veteran Billy Crystal wins Best Comedic Performance for City Slickers.

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Funky divas En Vogue perform "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It),"a gold record and a total classic.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger returns, making good on his promise to "be back," and presents award for Best Female Performance. Host Dennis Miller later makes fun of his shirt. Brave.

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Linda Hamilton rakes in two awards: one for Most Desirable Female and another for Best Female Performance for kicking serious ass in Terminator 2: Judgment Day.

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Mötley Crüe lead singer and hair god Vince Neil goes solo on his hit single, "You're Invited (But Your Friends Can't Come)."

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MTV's Lifetime Achievement Award honors the under-appreciated career of Jason Voorhees, stabby star of the Friday the 13th series. Eventually the mask is removed to reveal that it's actually future host, Jon Lovitz.

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Writer/director John Singleton accepts Best New Filmmaker honors for his Oscar nominated debut film, Boyz N The Hood.

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Hot off career making performances in New Jack City, Jungle Fever and Mo' Better Blues, Wesley Snipes presents the award for Most Desirable Female.

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Ugly Kid Joe frontman Whitfield Crane hates everything about your mother. EVERYTHING. Here he performs the band's biggest hit, "Everything About You."

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Terminator 2: Judgment Day wins Best Movie, its 6th award of the night. Director James Cameron and cast members Edward Furlong, Linda Hamilton, Robert Patrick, and Arnold Schwarzenegger accept the award.

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