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'Frankenweenie' chosen by Los Angeles Film Critics Association Best Animated Film

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  • 'Frankenweenie' chosen by Los Angeles Film Critics Association Best Animated Film

    Tim Burton's 'Frankenweenie' was named as Best Animated Film of the year by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. It is the first stop-motion film to by directed by Tim Burton.
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    Re: 'Frankenweenie' chosen by Los Angeles Film Critics Association Best Animated Film

    A worthy win (in my opinion) & I hope FRANKENWEENIE gets some much deserved nominations (wins) for the Annie Awards (even though Walt Disney Pictures has rightfully boycotted the Annie Awards since 2009 for obvious reasons) ...


    DVD - BluRay comes out in January - 40th Annual Annie Awards in 39 Days


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      Re: 'Frankenweenie' chosen by Los Angeles Film Critics Association Best Animated Film

      I absolutely love Frankenweenie. I can't wait to get it on dvd. So happy it was named Best animated film of the year. It's such a great movie. :]

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        Re: 'Frankenweenie' chosen by Los Angeles Film Critics Association Best Animated Film

        Personally, I thought the film got boring.

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