View Poll Results: Which film will take home Best animated Feature Film?

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  • HOWL'S MOVING CASTLE

    8 14.04%
  • TIM BURTON'S CORPSE BRIDE

    21 36.84%
  • WALLACE & GROMIT IN THE CURSE OF THE WERE-RABBIT

    28 49.12%
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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    I voted for Corpse Bride, not because of any intellectual or esoteric reason.

    I love W&G, am kind of hit or miss with Anime (loved Kiki's Delivery Service), but for me, anything from Tim Burton is a slice of fried gold. He invariably appeals to the dark, disturbed and slightly romantic side of my personality, and I like that.

    So Corpse Bride gets my vote!

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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    Quote Originally Posted by filmfreak11
    I sat through an entire full length anime movie before I still don't like it. It does not appeal to me. This whole anime thing in America was jump-started because of Pokemon...
    IMHO, Ghibli Studios creations are equal to early Disney films in beauty and provide much more content and depth. Yeah, there's some Anime crap out there, but there's American cartoon crap as well. Ghibli is simply amazing and is really in a catagory of it's own.

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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    Quote Originally Posted by filmfreak11
    I sat through an entire full length anime movie before I still don't like it. It does not appeal to me. This whole anime thing in America was jump-started because of Pokemon...
    Odd... thought it was because of Kimba and Speed Racer way back in the 60s...
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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    Each of the three were a thrill and a gasp a second. Howl's Moving Castle was a little more trippy.
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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    Quote Originally Posted by Ride Warrior
    Each of the three were a thrill and a gasp a second. Howl's Moving Castle was a little more trippy. Besides, I like computer game based flicks.
    Which film was a computer game-based film?

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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    I'm a very johnny-come-lately to this thread- the Oscars are long over. However I finally saw Howls, and it was amazing. Beautiful animation, fascinating story, quirky and likeable characters, moving and humorous moments, including a romantic twist (which works on a sap like me) and all over far more creative than anything that IMO has come out of Disney for a long time.

    I'm intrigued by these movies now and am enjoying the journey more than I have enjoyed Disney for a while-given that their next BIG thing seems to be churning yet another sequel out to video I would rather get lost in Howls, or watch Spirited Away than waste time on a useless sequel.

    In comparison to W&G which I did like- I would have to say I wish Howl's had won.

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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    Quote Originally Posted by Nephythys
    I'm a very johnny-come-lately to this thread- the Oscars are long over. However I finally saw Howls, and it was amazing. Beautiful animation, fascinating story, quirky and likeable characters, moving and humorous moments, including a romantic twist (which works on a sap like me) and all over far more creative than anything that IMO has come out of Disney for a long time.

    I'm intrigued by these movies now and am enjoying the journey more than I have enjoyed Disney for a while-given that their next BIG thing seems to be churning yet another sequel out to video I would rather get lost in Howls, or watch Spirited Away than waste time on a useless sequel.

    In comparison to W&G which I did like- I would have to say I wish Howl's had won.
    I haven't watched it yet, although I did buy it for my daughter. It is also a book, which my daughter is now reading. She really likes it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nephythys
    I'm a very johnny-come-lately to this thread- the Oscars are long over. However I finally saw Howls, and it was amazing. Beautiful animation, fascinating story, quirky and likeable characters, moving and humorous moments, including a romantic twist (which works on a sap like me) and all over far more creative than anything that IMO has come out of Disney for a long time.

    I'm intrigued by these movies now and am enjoying the journey more than I have enjoyed Disney for a while-given that their next BIG thing seems to be churning yet another sequel out to video I would rather get lost in Howls, or watch Spirited Away than waste time on a useless sequel.

    In comparison to W&G which I did like- I would have to say I wish Howl's had won.
    Oh I'm glad to see that someone finally agrees in here. Howl, I you...

    And if you haven't seen it yet, what are you waiting for? The voices have been re-done in ENGLISH (no sub-titles) to match the animation. It's a wonderful story and I don't really like anime. Just rent it. Try it.

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