in a world of award shows that suck, MTV gives you an award show that doesn’t suck. Kevin Hart and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson host the 2016 MTV Movie Awards, an irreverent, in-your-face celebration of the movies fans really love with the stars they actually care about. And unlike other award shows, the fans choose the winners, not some exclusive committee of old, rich people. The show includes …
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