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Best Villain and Best Kiss are the only consistent categories
When you look over the past 23 years, only two categories besides Best Movie have managed to make it through unscathed, as simple in their presentation today as they were in 1992: Best Villain and Best Kiss. Various others have been discontinued or trifled with (such as the combining of Best Male and Female Performance into Best Performance for a couple of years, or the splitting of Best Breakthrough Performance into male and female for a couple others, etc.). Best Kiss remains sort of the identity of the awards in many ways, adorably won by "My Girl's" Anna Chlumsky and Macaulay Culkin at the first annual ceremony (and finally, as of 2013, free from the shackles of "Twilight").