Upon the release of Pixar’s Toy Story 4, we’re counting down the animation studio’s 21 films, from worst to best.
If there’s any consensus among the Slant staffers who’ve spent way too much time trying to peg the winner in this category, it’s that only two nominees can be safely ruled out.
These are the winners at the 82nd Academy Awards.
This is a complete list of our predicted winners at the 2010 Academy Awards.
To hear everyone tell it, it’s all still going to boil down to a grudge match between Contender #1 and Contender #2, the same as it usually is.
We could come up with a lot of complicated reasons that this, that, or the other film might have a shot at winning against the technological blue elephant in the room.
Don’t let the results of the WGA sway you too much. Quentin Tarantino, as a non-Guild member, was no more eligible for one of their awards than he is likely to be invited to spit punany poetry on a split bill with Maya Angelou.
By the grace of five extra Best Picture nominations, Pixar finally managed to land itself a slot in the main drag.
Even the weakest of the bunch, James Horner’s predictable but atmospheric score for Avatar, doesn’t stir our bile beyond a simmer.
Is WALL-E better than you expected, a notable Pixar achievement, or is it just more of the same?