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The Academy Awards’ List of the Best Cartoons and Animations

Currently, animated films can not only be enjoyed by children, but also adults. A more universal series of stories wrapped in messages of life makes animated films able to entertain all ages. Recently, the quality of films produced by various animation studios has also increased. The proof, there are several animated films Halálosabb iramban 9 teljes film ingyen that were nominated as the best film in the Academy Awards. Wow.

The presence of the animated film “Beauty and The Beast”, which was released in 1992, changed the view of many people about animated films. How not, the animated film produced by Walt Disney has the potential to win the best film award, something that observers never imagined before. The success of the film, which tells the story of beauty and the beast, prompted the birth of an award for best animated film A feleségem története teljes film, which was first given at the 74th Academy Awards in 2002.

The first animated film to win an oscar (as it is known for the Academy Awards) was Shrek, which was produced by animation studio Dreamworks. Since then, there have been many animated film The Addams Family 2 teljes film that have been thrown into the market with quality (in terms of appearance and story) which is increasing over time. New animation studios began to appear, adding to the variety of genres and stories produced.

For those of you who like animated films, you can’t wait to find out which films have won prestigious Academy Awards. The following is a list of the best animated films for the Academy Awards 2010-2016:

Best Animated Film of 2010
The winner of the Oscar for the best animated film category in 2010 was the film Külön falka teljes film magyarul “Up” produced by the animation studio Pixar. This victory makes Pixar, which was bought by Disney in 2006, becomes the animation studio with the most Oscars, which is a total of 5 Oscars. The film “Up” alone managed to gross more than 700 million dollars worldwide. The film was also nominated for Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, Best Original Score, and Best Sound Editing.

In addition to receiving an Oscar, “Up” also won an Annie Award in the category of best feature film, a Golden Globe, and a slew of critics’ choice awards. The film “Up” was not the only quality animated film in 2010. Even though it did not get the best animated film award, the four animated films that were nominated were no less good. The following is a complete list of winners and nominees for the best animated film Bébi úr: Családi ügy teljes film version of the 2010 Academy Awards:

1. Up (winner)
Studio : Pixar

Director : Pete Docter and Bob Peterson


Carl Fredricksen, a 78-year-old old man, travels to Paradise Falls and his home with lots of balloons as vehicles. Unexpectedly, besides Carl, it turns out that there are other people on the trip.

2. Coraline (Nominated)
Studio : Focus Features, Laika Entertainment

Director: Henry Selick


An adventurous girl discovers a different world in her home, which turns out to be an idealized version of her home, but has a sinister secret.

3. Fantastic Mr. Fox (Nominated)
Studio : Blue Sky Studios

Director: Wes Anderson


Mr. Fox, a converted fox, wants to do his wild thing once again, which is to steal from the farmers. His actions caused problems, he also had to defend his people from the retaliation of the peasants.

4. The Princess and The Frog (Nominated)
Studio : Walt Disney Pictures

Director: John Musker, Ron Clements


This film is a modern version of the classic story of the princess and the frog prince. Tiana, a restaurant waitress, who wants to fulfill her dream of owning her own restaurant, tries to turn the frog prince back into a human by kissing him. Unfortunately, instead of succeeding, Tiana actually became a frog. Begin their adventure to be free from the curse.

Best Animated Films of 2011
2011 was again the year of Pixar. This time, the experienced animation studio won an Oscar with the film “Toy Story 3”. This film managed to gross around 1.1 billion US dollars worldwide. “Toy Story 3” was also nominated for the Best Picture category but lost to “The King’s Speech”.

“Toy Story 3” was not the only quality animated film in 2011. Even though it didn’t manage to bring home an Oscar, the films that were nominated were no less good. The following is a complete list of animated films that won and nominated for the 2011 Academy Awards:

1. Toy Story 3 (winner)
Studio : Pixar

Director: Lee Unkrich


Inadvertently, the toys are sent to daycare instead of the attic when Andy goes to study at the University. Woody also has to try hard to convince his friends that they are not dumped, and get ready to go back home.

2. How To Train Your Dragon (Nominated)
Studio : DreamWorks Animation

Director: Dean DeBlois, Chris Sanders


Once upon a time, on an island called Berk, Hiccup, a young Viking, wants to join the fight against a dragon, which has been harassing his village. However, the father, who was also a tribal leader and well built, did not allow his weak, clumsy, yet intelligent son to participate.

Heeding his father’s prohibitions, Hiccup participates in the dragon hunt, and surprisingly manages to shoot down a Night Fury (a type of dragon) with his creation.

Hiccup, who initially intended to kill his prey dragon, instead befriends the animal, and realizes that people have misjudged the dragon herd.

3. L’illusionniste (Nominated)
Studio : Django Films

Director : Sylvain Chomet


An unlucky illusionist befriends his beautiful female admirer. He felt that any attempt to impress the woman was his greatest failure.

Today, the stage and various large venues have been taken over by rock and pop singers. The illusionist is forced to perform his actions in small places, such as cafes, bars, and basements, in order to survive.

One day, while in action at a Scottish pub, on a deserted island, which has just received electricity, the illusionist meets a young woman named Alice, who is in awe of her illusion skills.

Alice thinks that the illusionist really does have supernatural abilities, and agrees to accompany her on a trip to Edinburgh, where the illusionist will have a show.

Alice’s love and enthusiasm inspires the illusionist, he uses his abilities to give gifts to his female admirers.

Unable to tell Alice the truth about her abilities, the illusionist continued to give gifts until there were none left.