MTV Movie Awards 2009: the winners

Here are all the winners from the MTV Movie Awards 2009 last night.

MTV Movie Awards 2009

Best Movie Winner

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Directed by Catherine Hardwicke

The romantic best-seller-based blockbuster that made pale and brooding the new black.
Best Female Performance Winner

Kristen Stewart

Directed by Catherine Hardwicke

Kristen Stewart stakes her claim as a leading lady the moment she appears on screen as simple, appealing and marginally reserved Bella Swan.

Best Male Performance Winner

Zac Efron
High School Musical 3: Senior Year

Directed by Kenny Ortega

Zac Efron goes out on a high note as Troy Bolton, the sauve high schooler who is equal parts athlete and theater geek.
Breakthrough Performance Female Winner

Ashley Tisdale
High School Musical 3: Senior Year

Directed by Kenny Ortega

If scene-stealing, amusingly wicked Sharpay Evans, played by Ashley Tisdale, went to our high school, it would have been harder to say goodbye.

Breakthrough Performance Male Winner

Robert Pattinson

Directed by Catherine Hardwicke

Alluring as the 108-year-old vampire Edward Cullen, Robert Pattinson had girls all over the country ready to get bitten.

Best Comedic Performance Winner

Jim Carrey
Yes Man

Directed by Peyton Reed

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

Best Villain Winner

Heath Ledger
The Dark Knight

Directed by Christopher Nolan

Heath Ledger convincingly delivers the warped psychopathic Joker of your nightmares in one of his last performances.

Best Kiss Winner


Directed by Catherine Hardwicke

Robert Pattinson crawls through Kristen Stewart’s window, ‘Dawson’s Creek’ style, and initiates a passionate late-night makeout session on her bed.

Best Fight Winner

Robert Pattinson vs. Cam Gigandet

Directed by Catherine Hardwicke

It takes two to tango and these vampire enemies turn an abandoned dance studio into a battle ground.

Best WTF Moment Winner

Peeing In The Sink
Amy Poehler
Baby Mama

Directed by Michael McCullers

When she can’t ‘unlock’ the toilet, Amy Poehler pees in a sink.

Best Song From a Movie Winner

Miley Cyrus “The Climb
Hannah Montana: The Movie

Directed by Peter Chelsom

Miley’s ballad is all about staying optimistic in the face of tough decisions, like choosing between regular life and your secret pop star alter-ego.

Generation Award Winner

Ben Stiller

This year, the MTV Movie Awards honors multi-talented comedic chameleon Ben Stiller with the prestigious MTV Generation Award.

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