Upon the release of Pixar’s Toy Story 4, we’re counting down the animation studio’s 21 films, from worst to best.
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Unfortunate proof that Pixar, previously known for its brains, is now resting a little too heavily on its nominal brawn.
With Pixar having won this award six out of eight times since the category’s inception back in 2001, conventional wisdom would suggest that Brave is a favorite to take this year’s prize.
The old ways have been literally silenced, with no thought as to why they existed in the first place. The only lesson Merida learns is that she should be more careful in her dealings with witches.
The Avengers will assemble for what may be the most overstuffed tent-pole ever, and Katy Perry will unleash the first movie that could actually give you cavities.
The running and jumping are physical enough to be a good time, and the flying and driving sections are genuinely graceful.
Is it just us or can the Academy’s infatuation with The Artist be felt even in categories where the film isn’t nominated?
In the five years since this category, which was previous known as Best Sound Effects, was bumped up from three to five nominations.
How to explain How to Train Your Dragon winning 10 Annie awards?
For legit animated artistry behold Madagascar, a Journey Diary and The Lost Thing.
By the grace of five extra Best Picture nominations, Pixar finally managed to land itself a slot in the main drag.