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  • cannastop
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    Questions We’re Asking About This Year’s Animated Feature Oscars Race

    This is a good article on the best animated feature race.

    They say Turning Red is a good choice. Ironic because it wasn’t in theaters and the other two Disney movies are or will be in theaters.

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    jjjmoss
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    They basically reserve this category for a Big Hit to win.

    Along with…mmm, visuals usually?

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    cannastop
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    Another contender.

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    JV
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    1- GDT’s Pinocchio
    2- Strange World
    3- Turning Red
    4- Wendell & Wild
    5- My Father’s Dragon

    Even The Bad Guys stands a better chance than Lightyear.

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    1- GDT’s Pinocchio 2- Strange World 3- Turning Red 4- Wendell & Wild 5- My Father’s Dragon Even The Bad Guys stands a better chance than Lightyear.

    I’ll have to see Strange World reviews before I make a judgement.

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    Darling, the lack of recognition (nods and win) for indie/2D movies in this race is so sad. They think that the best animated movie are released by that greedy Disney and Pixar.

    FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION

    Michelle Yeoh, Everything Everywhere All At Once
    Tang Wei, Decision To Leave
    Rebecca Hall, Resurrection

    James Hong & Jamie Lee Curtis, Everything Everywhere All At Once

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    For the three major critics awards for animated films (National Board of Review, New York Film Critics Circle, Los Angeles Film Critics Association), I predict

     

    Turning Red will win National Board and New York

    Del Toro’s Pinocchio will win Los Angeles.

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    Darling, the lack of recognition (nods and win) for indie/2D movies in this race is so sad. They think that the best animated movie are released by that greedy Disney and Pixar.

    It’s gotten worse since they allowed the whole academy to vote for Best Animated Feature (it used to be that only the animation branch could decide the nominees).

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    tiermakeracco17
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    I don’t feel like My Father’s Dragon is getting much Oscar buzz. There’s too much competition coming from Disney and Netflix already. Even Marcel the Shell has more publicity.

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    I don’t feel like My Father’s Dragon is getting much Oscar buzz. There’s too much competition coming from Disney and Netflix already. Even Marcel the Shell has more publicity.

    The movie has no reviews and hasn’t premiered yet… Cartoon Saloon rarely fails to get a nomination.

    And IDK how hot the reviews for Wendell & Wild are going to be.

    I wonder how much critics will like Del Toro’s Pinocchio. Enough to split awards with Turning Red?

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    Just watch Mortal Kombat the Blind Snow, it was amazing and last 30 mins were really good.

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    For the three major critics awards for animated films (National Board of Review, New York Film Critics Circle, Los Angeles Film Critics Association), I predict Turning Red will win National Board and New York Del Toro’s Pinocchio will win Los Angeles.

    Just going to say that of these three critics awards, a movie that wins two of them or all three of them is most likely going to win the Oscar.

    It has never happened that a Disney movie that won two of the critics awards didn’t win the Oscar, and movies not from Disney with this feat that went on to win Oscars are Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Rango, Happy Feet, Spirited Away, and Shrek.

    So if Del Toro’s Pinocchio is a sweep at critics’ lists, it could get through at the Academy awards.

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    Richard Linklater’s ‘Apollo 10 ½’ Rejected as Animation by Oscar Committee as Filmmaker Speaks Out

     

    Linklater’s Apollo 10 1/2 is not eligible for the Animated Feature Oscar. I think that’s BS.

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    For the three major critics awards for animated films (National Board of Review, New York Film Critics Circle, Los Angeles Film Critics Association), I predict

    Turning Red will win National Board and New York

    Del Toro’s Pinocchio will win Los Angeles.

    Few things would please me more than for these and other regional critics groups to go for Inu-oh (GKIDS plus lone anime contender), The Bad Guys, or—as a huge middle finger to AMPAS’ Short Films & Feature Animation branch—Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood.

    Help me manifest this Best Original Song category at the 95th Oscars!:
    (contenders as of end of November)

    "Dragon Commander" (Inu-oh)
    "Good Tonight" (The Bad Guys)
    "Hold My Hand" (Top Gun: Maverick)
    "Lucky Ducks" (The Bob's Burgers Movie)
    "Naatu Naatu" (RRR: Rise, Roar, Revolt)

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    No surprise, Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio is getting strong reviews

    Not strong enough to compete in Picture or anything, but definitely strong enough to secure a spot in the animated lineup

    A common complaint is the film’s musical numbers, so I wouldn’t expect it to get a nomination for song or score

     

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