41st Annie Awards Results!

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Well, the Annie Awards happened yesterday and I can safely say that all the predictions I made were correct (I only made 3)! “Frozen” won “Best Animated Feature”, “Get a Horse!” won “Best Animated Short Subject”, and Josh Gad won “Outstanding Achievement, Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production”.

For a list of all the winners, click here.

4 thoughts on “41st Annie Awards Results!”

  1. I’m glad that Frozen won a good chunk of the awards but I’m surprised that The Croods won as many as it did. Maybe I’m just pessimistic but I didn’t think that the character design and effects were very spectacular.

    I also agree with Sophia the First winning best preschool-oriented cartoon, as I watched a good deal of it recently (I know, I know. I’m such a loser.) and found that it was a very competent and well-written children’s program.

    And in case I haven’t talked enough, I was also a bit disappointed that Kristen Bell wasn’t nominated for voice acting as I thought she did a fantastic job as Anna. Josh Gad did deserve recognition as well, though, so I can’t complain much about that.

      1. I do plan on making a “My Thoughts” on it, but that won’t be till March when the film comes on DVD. Why? Well,

        1) I like getting my own screenshots from the film to use in my reviews.

        2) I honestly don’t know what I think about the movie, lol. I like it, but I don’t love it. And I have NO IDEA how I rate it compared to “Tangled”. And I feel I need to see the movie again to cement my thoughts on it, hence my waiting for it to be released on DVD.

        So, just hang on for about a month and a half, please. Sorry 😛 !

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