Last night while watching the MTV Movie Awards, I got the feeling I was a little to old to be watching. Very disappointed in the winners. I loved that they kept their acceptance speeches short, except for when Robert Pattinson went to the crowd to kiss Taylor Lautner. R. Patz and Kristen won Best Kiss last year and it was just uncomfortable watching those two on stage pretending to not want to kiss each other.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not bashing Twilight or anything, but they won every award they were up for. Kristen Stewart, Best Female Performance, really. I personally can't stand her. She acts the same in real life and in every movie she's done. Long pauses, playing with her hair, no eye contact, she seems very uncomfortable. Beating out Natalie Portman for Black Swan. I'd be a little angry if I were Nat.

Best Jaw-Dropping moment winner Justin Bieber for Never Say Never. What was jaw dropping in the movie? 127 Hours actor James Franco cutting off his arm, or Black Swans actress Natalie Portman ripping off her skin on her finger. The best Jaw-Dropping moment of the show was Bieber winning that award.

It was super cute to see 7 year old Alexys Nycole Sanchez win for Best Line from A movie. "I want to get chocolate wasted" from Grown-ups was pretty cute! And Reese Witherspoons acceptance speech for the Generation Award. She spoke the truth, and I love that! "When I came up in this business, when you made a sex tape, you were embarrassed and hid it under your bed. If you take naked pictures of yourself on your cell phone, you hide your face, people. Hide your face."

Now if you voted for the MTV awards and are over the age of 12, that's cool. Too bad all the teenie-boppers out voted you. It seemed MTV was trying to  target and older crowd with all the sexual jokes, even host Jason Sudeikis over did the Arnold Schwarzenegger jokes. When your fan base has no idea that MTV stands for Music Television and used to air music videos, you may want to keep it kid friendly. But that is just my humble opinion. I will stick to the Academy Awards.