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  • By Mim
    April 18, 2014
    05:10 PM

    Peter Ackroyd on Chaplin, as with everything else, is pointless, and uninspired. Why would you care to link to that? What's next, Lena Dunham on The Big Chill?
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  • By futurestar
    April 18, 2014
    11:29 PM

    I'm not sure about your list and its purpose but The Fantastic Mr. Fox is as unique and imaginative as anything Wes Anderson has ever done. It sets a new high mark for future animation. It was endlessly clever while doubly being cleverly endless. It certainly torched corporate America in the pantaloons and targeted hunting wildlife to the low sport it has always succumbed (except in needs of survival and times when other nourishment flat out isn't on the menu) great film by an odd sort of film crew. I've been told by many I'd make a good squirrel by none had any reading parts. Bummer.
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  • By Moviefan777
    April 19, 2014
    04:12 PM

    Criterion needs more animation to create a new theme for their webpage! :) The good news is that they're starting to focus on animated films by giving a best list featuring them a shout out. The bad news is that they only releases one full-length feature: Fantastic Mr. Fox, which is a great movie by the way. Please fix this unfair representation by releasing and restoring more unknown animated films!
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    • By Craig J. Clark
      April 21, 2014
      09:40 AM

      If you're at all interested, I made a list of all the Criterion releases that contain animated shorts, characters or sequences.
  • By obscuredbyclouds
    April 21, 2014
    03:22 PM

    Would "Pink Floyd: The Wall" even count as an animated film?
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