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Pixar’s Inside Out is going to win the Oscar, and more or less deserves it. With that out of the way, let’s at least take a moment to tip our hat to the Academy for generating a slate that not only managed to avoid any movie with a number in its title, but also including only one entirely computer-animated film. Whether it’s evidence of a crisis of conscience in the industry or just a transitory blip in the space-time continuum, it’s worth noting that the Annie Awards, whose love affair with Pixar seemingly ended with Up, just went ham for Inside Out, delivering it a robust 10 awards. Then again, maybe it’s simply a question of quality outing the competition, given Inside Out slayed the studio’s other heavily nominated 2015 effort,
The Land Before Time The Good Dinosaur, and Don Hertzfeldt’s stunning World of Tomorrow pushed past Sanjay’s Super Team for a surprise win (an outcome we don’t see Oscar replicating, much as we’d like to).