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  • babypook
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    #199724

    Pixar Dominates Annie Awards Nominations With ‘Inside Out’ and ‘Good…..

    TheWrap Dec 01, 2015 08:02 AM

    “Anomalisa,” “Shaun the Sheep” and “The Peanuts Movie” are also nominated in the top category
    Full story at TheWrap

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    benutty
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    #199726

    Can’t wait until something better replaces The Peanuts Movie in the Oscar nominations. (The other 4 will stay).

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    #199727

    As usual the Television noms all suck. Next to nothing for BoJack Horseman, Rick and Morty amongst others. Oi!

    Happy for Inside Out though. Go Amy Poehler.

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    babypook
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    #199728

    Right now it looks like it’s a race. So often the winner is a preconclusion early on.

    If Anomalisa and Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur split the awards, that would be a refreshing change from previous years.

    Big fan of Charlie Kaufman, but imo, Inside Out is a treasure.

    Now, about the Peanuts movie….hope it’s good. Box Office is nice anyways. It’s going to have to rake in more to make a nice profit however.

    Also marginally happy to see Shaun the Sheep mentions.

    Must see The Good Dinosaur now.  Great start and showing!

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    It’sComplicated
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    #199729

    Another Pixar circlejerk while Minions, which made a mere $335 million domestically, becomes this year’s Lego Movie.  A disgraceful snub.

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    babypook
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    #199730

    I’d be surprised if Oscar ‘snubs’ those little annoying satanic-worshipping brain-washing tutorial for children creepy yellowish fire-hydrant-looking things. (lol)

    I agree about the Lego Movie however. Not a fan of the past three winners but often, the animated films are amongst the very best releases of the year.

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    #199731

    I’d be surprised if Oscar ‘snubs’ those little annoying satanic-worshipping brain-washing tutorial for children creepy yellowish fire-hydrant-looking things. (lol)

    I agree about the Lego Movie however. Not a fan of the past three winners but often, the animated films are amongst the very best releases of the year.

    Jeez. I’m not a fan either, but that’s a little harsh. 

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    KyleBailey
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    #199732

    Where the hell is Richard Kind?! This is outrageous!!!!!! 

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    Riley
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    #199733

    The Good Dinosaur misses writing, directing, editing and acting.

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    FilmGuy619
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    #199734

    Another Pixar circlejerk while Minions, which made a mere $335 million domestically, becomes this year’s Lego Movie.  A disgraceful snub.

    Not really. If Minions got in for Best Animated Feature while The Lego Movie got snubbed, it’d be hard to bear because Minions is sooo..bad. 

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    KyleBailey
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    #199735

    The Good Dinosaur misses writing, directing, editing and acting.

    With purpose  

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