Best Animated Feature and Short

This movie the Reader looks really interesting. Have any of you seen it? Slumdog Millionaire could be interesting but looks stereotyped.

Hey! It won for adapted screenplay, so I’m sure I misread that. Congratulations to Simon Beaufoy (I like that last name; it means “good faith.”)

Here come Jennifer and Jack. Witty, but not as ingenious as Steve Martin. Poor Jack. That didn’t work all that well. I can relate.

Have you seen Wall-E? I haven’t seen it yet, though I’ve been told it’s wonderful. I haven’t learned to appreciate whiny sounding electronics imitating R2 D2 combined with Barney. And the sarcastic humor kids are entertained with is not healthy. But let’s see who wins. I liked The Tale of Deveraux enough.

Best Animated Feature: Wall-E. Find the beauty in everything you see.

Unless it is conservative.

“Creative seeds are sown in the oddest of places.” Indeed.

Best Animated Short: Never heard of any of these. Kunio Kato wins. Nice job.

These two aren’t very funny together. But the set is pretty impressive, though maybe a bit self-conscious.

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