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    From 'Inside Out' to 'Anomalisa,' Getting Animated About the 5 Top Oscar Contenders

    Here are the five likely nominees for best animated feature: Pixar at its most abstract, Blue Sky's masterpiece, two very different stop-motion triumphs and the hand-drawn Brazilian tapestry distributed by GKIDS.

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    Watch: Troublemaking Llamas Plague 'Shaun the Sheep' in New Amazon Prime Special

    A brand new 30-minute special on Amazon Prime sees the stop-motion sheep facing down three new additions to the farm.

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    Review: Adorable 'Shaun the Sheep Movie' Farms Visual Charm to Craft An Instant Animated Classic

    The latest from Aardman Animations puts a whipsmart sheep at the center of a wild and appropriately woolly adventure.

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    The Pirates! Band Of Misfits—movie review

    I’m a sucker for Aardman Animations’ films, and have been ever since I first set eyes on Nick Park’s unforgettable short 'Creature Comforts' more than twenty years ago.

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    Watch: Aardman Animates Dancing Drumsticks In This Reggae Reggae Sauce Ad

    There's something a little discordant about this UK TV commercial for Reggae Reggae Sauce, created by stop-motion greats Aardman Animations (of the Wallace & Gromit films and the upcoming "The Pirates! Band of Misfits").

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