True to form, Sunday night's
Here are six of the show's most memorable moments, for better or worse.
Conan's 50-cameo opener: In what seemed like an attempt to add some star power to the show (which isn't exactly an A-list destination) and to one-up
After the setup for the skit, which involved O'Brien talking to a room of white-haired
Sunday night, he proved true to his word, thanks to an assist from presenter Rita Ora. After imploring Efron to "take it off," Ora sneaked behind Efron, who made a half-hearted show of reluctance, and ripped his shirt open mid-speech, prompting squeals from the audience. Efron then enthusiastically removed his shirt and flexed before departing the stage.
Accepting the award, Tatum seemed genuinely humbled and said, "I'm not really sure what I did to deserve this. It's weird because 10 years ago I was sitting in front of my TV watching this show … I didn't have the faintest thought I could actually be standing up here talking to y'all. I had no idea if I'd be good at anything, much less acting."
Tatum quickly wrapped up his speech, claiming he had been subjected to O'Brien's version of wrap-up music: a nude selfie flashed on the teleprompter. "I got the .. pic, so I gotta go," Tatum said. "I love you guys."
Best kiss — or rather, worst: Efron also popped up in one of the show's more cringe-worthy skits, setting up the award for best kiss. Presenters Efron, Dave Franco and Seth Rogen announced that they would each kiss a random audience member, and Efron and Franco found themselves coupled with attractive young ladies. Rogen, however, protested when he saw his kissing partner: "Wait a minute, that's my mom!"
Rogen and the alleged Mrs. Rogen then performed an aggressive, obviously staged and still unseemly lip-lock. (The moment beat out another squirmy scene when "The Other Man's"
The Movie Awards gets serious: Amid all the disrobing and awkward kissing, the show did feature a few welcome moments of solemnity. "Dallas Buyers Club's"
"We've made a lot of progress in the battle against AIDS, but it's not time to celebrate just yet," he said. "There's no cure; the epidemic rages on. But here's to the hope that one day we'll put an end of this plague."
While accepting the prize for movie of the year on behalf of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," Hutcherson paid tribute to the late
The show also featured a tribute to the late
Naming such previous recipients as
But, he added, "It was a great run, and I'm a lucky guy in so many ways." And, of course, he managed to tout his upcoming