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Oscar Best Animated Feature winners


Zootopia Best Animated Feature Oscar 2016







Best Animated Feature 2016: Zootopia


Zootopia is marvelous, a bouncy comedy mystery adventure parable in a fantasy world meticulously and cleverly conceived and gorgeously realized. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2015: Inside Out


There is joy and wonder in Inside Out’s marvelous mounting of a human mind, and a thrilling audacity in how it dares at such a strange and impossible thing. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2014: Big Hero 6


Joyous and exhilarating. Big Hero 6 is a fresh and funny animated adventure that subverts genre clichés at every turn. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2013: Frozen


There is real Disney magic in Frozen. And it’s subverting much of what the Disney magic of old was spinning. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2012: Brave


With Brave, Pixar finally gives us a beautifully developed female protagonist with a complex, provocative personal journey that is hers alone. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2011: Rango


Rango is deeply weird and deeply demented, and thrillingly so. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2010: Toy Story 3


The Toy Story series is taken to a glorious, perfect conclusion. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2009: Up


Up is cheerful and fantastical yet never unrealistically optimistic, and bursting with that peculiarly effective Pixar magic. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2008: Wall-E


Wall-E is art. Hell, it’s philosophy — it’s practically religion. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2007: Ratatouille


Oh, but there is joy in Ratatouille. Not easy joy: hard-won joy, the best kind, which comes from struggle and pain and sacrifice. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2006: Happy Feet


Happy Feet is silly sweet danceable happy, but with an important message, too. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2005: Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit


Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit runs rampant through loving caricatures of British culture and classic horror flicks. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2004: The Incredibles


The Incredibles understands what makes superheroes so appealing, and celebrates it with outrageous and delightful invention. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2003: Finding Nemo


Finding Nemo is stunningly exquisite, an extraordinary leap forward in artistry for Pixar, and for computer animation in general, bringing a strange and alien world to life. Read the review…




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Best Animated Feature 2002: Spirited Away


Spirited Away is a movie you fall into and never want to leave. It’s almost like a nightmare that’s not at all frightening but instead marvelous in its alienness. Read the review…




  




Best Animated Feature 2001: Shrek


Shrek has a cheery and confident optimistic heart beating underneath a tough outer layer that’s grim and twisted, one that seems at first to have given up on fantasy. Read the review…




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The Best Animated Feature category was instituted by the Academy Awards in 2001. There are no earlier winners.



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