Sandra Bullock isn't alone in having used the Movie Awards as a platform to get some things off her chest. After getting snubbed by the Motion Picture Academy, who denied Jim Carrey an Oscar nomination for "The Truman Show ... more," the former "In Living Color" vet took out his frustrations in appropriately comedic fashion on that year's Movie Awards. Upon scoring the golden popcorn for Best Male Performance, Carrey accepted his honor bedecked in full stoner attire, complete with long hair and a flowing beard. Without breaking character, even as he left the stage, Carrey warbled the lyrics to Eric Clapton's "Let It Grow," lambasted MTV for not playing enough Foghat and flirted with audience member Courtney Love while graphically flattering the female attendees on hand. It was a hilarious comedic triumph, but also a teaser of methodic ways to come for his next film, the Andy Kaufman tribute "Man on the Moon."