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Animation and the Oscars 11 Dec 2006 10:08 #20730

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With all the animated features that have been released this year it seems that the nomination for Best Animated Feature would be wide open. What do you see as possible winners?
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Re: Animation and the Oscars 11 Dec 2006 11:56 #20731

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Happy Feet just won an award for Best Animated Feature from the LA Critics association, though I liked Cars myself.
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Re: Animation and the Oscars 11 Dec 2006 15:30 #20732

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Here's a list of the animated movies released in 2006 that I can think of off the top of my head:

Hoodwinked
Doogal
Curious George
Ice Age 2
Over The Hedge
Cars
Monster House
Ant Bully
Everyone's Hero
Open Season
Flushed Away
Happy Feet

It's tough trying to figure out which ones will be nominated, especially since I've only seen a few of them. Based off of box office grosses alone, Cars, Happy Feet, Ice Age 2, and Over Hedge would have the best chance.
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Re: Animation and the Oscars 12 Dec 2006 19:54 #20733

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Forgot one movie that was released this year:

Barnyard
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Re: Animation and the Oscars 15 Dec 2006 18:17 #20734

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The Golden Globe nominations are in and the nominations for Best Animinated Feature are:

Cars
Happy Feet
Monster House

Those were pretty much the movies that I figured would be nominated. I've only seen Cars so I can't really pic the best one out of the group. What does everyone else think will win out of the 3? And do you think these 3 movies will also be nominated for the Oscars?
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Re: Animation and the Oscars 15 Dec 2006 18:45 #20735

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I've seen many on the list and I think Flushed Away deserves a nod, even though it wasn't as successful in the box office as some of the other ones.
"What a crazy business"
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Re: Animation and the Oscars 16 Dec 2006 06:09 #20736

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Cars is an all around good movie for everyone and deserves the Award!
The other two were also good but nothing special.
Cars was an original feature that had everyone in there seat watching and not there watch!
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