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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    Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    Which film will take home Best animated Feature Film?
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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    Unfortunately, I've yet two see two of them... I've been REALLY wanting to see all of them.

    My guess is that Howl's Moving Castle will be the winner, though. Ghibli just rules that much.
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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    I want Corpse Bride to win never saw Howls Moving Castle

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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    I really like Nick Park. 'W&G' was hysterical. I found 'Corpse' to be boring.

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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    My guess is 'W&G' It'd bet money on it. Corpse bride was really not that good and anime just isn't my thing. Is it strange that two stop motion clay animation films and one anime film are this years nods? No computer and no traditional animation worthwhile this year? Well, I guess Pixar did take the year off, and we can't count on dreamworks (pdi) to produce too much Oscar worthy material without Shrek (not bitter, not bitter).

    This category should be retroactive anyway to make up for the countless years Disney should have won.... and has since not one for one of their own pictures (not that they have deserved it lately, but still).

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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    No traditional?!

    Isn't that what Howl's Moving Castle was?

    Could've fooled me... thought it was the traditional sericel method used in that movie.
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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    W&G for sure! It just captured imagination so well. I loved it. While I enjoyed Corpse Bride, the story was lacking that "extra" it needed. Good animation though.
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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    'W&G' should win for the cute bunnies featured in the film.

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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    I hope Howl's will win, but I voted for W&G....it was just so much fun. Howl's was amazing though.

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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    Ok, I saw Cor[se Bride and Wallace and Grommit. Seriously it is between those two and a tough choice. I chose Wallce and Grommit though. But I still feel like I should have chosen Corpse Bride.
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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    I too find it interesting that the academy has chosen to nominate only 3 films, and that none of them are computer animated. They had room to add Chicken Little, but didn't. Regardless of who wins, I'm happy. I just want to see more of the traditional art of animation being made.

    Perhaps Disney can now be happy to let its Pixar arm make the computer animated films and let its artists continue to make hand drawn animation as well. - Crossing my fingers for Howl's Moving Castle - which would most further my goal.
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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    I like W&G, and it would probably have the edge as far as popularity. Howl's has the artisitc edge though, and would most likely be viewed as more "prestige worthy" by voters. It's between those two. Corpse just didn't live up to what it could have been.




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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

    We thought Robots was better than Chicken Little....I'm so glad that not just any animated movie was nominated this year. The win will mean that much more.

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    Re: Oscar Poll - Best Animated feature film

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