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!”
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.
Oh, I SOOOO agree with you when you found it odd that “The Croods” won so many, especially character design! I was like, what the heck?!
Kristen Bell did do a great job actually. Oh I recently watched the film.
It’s about time lol. What did you think of it?
Unless you’re planning to talk about your thoughts in one of your blog posts, in which case just ignore me.
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 😛 !