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    Watch: What If RATATOUILLE Met THE WOLF OF WALL STREET? Two Trailers, Merged

    The most resounding criticism of Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" was that its rambunctious, excessive, extreme, vulgar manner was not, in fact, satire but an endorsement, and in fact a glorification, of Wall Streeters' behavior. No one made similar accusations of "Ratatouille."

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    Academy Advances Ten Animated Shorts for Oscar Nominations Vote; Snubs Pixar's 'Lava' (Clips)

    What shockingly got left off the Academy's shortlist of ten animated shorts to be voted on for Oscar nominations? Disney animation czar John Lasseter is not happy.

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    'Garfield' Creator Jim Davis On His Creation and Why Bill Murray Would Do Another Movie

    "Garfield" creator Jim Davis knows why Saturday morning cartoons have disappeared.

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    'Big Hero 6': Disney Grabs the Marvel Superhero Holy Grail

    Following its "Frozen" juggernaut, Disney goes after boys craving a superhero fix with "Big Hero 6" (November 7), its first venture into the Marvel universe. And like "Guardians of the Galaxy," the obscurity of this comic has allowed the studio to Disneyfy it in all the right ways with an action-pac...

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    Cinelicious Pics Restoring 'Belladona of Sadness' For U.S. Release

    The distribution division of Cinelicious will release the Japanese animated masterpiece theatrically and On Demand in 2015.

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    All Truffaut Fans Should Watch This French Animated Short About DAY FOR NIGHT

    "La nuit américaine d'Angélique," or "Angelique's Day for Night," is, on one level, a story about a young girl's experience of watching Francois Truffaut's "Day For Night" at a young age and fantasizing about being, like Nathalie Baye in the film, a script supervisor.

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