Oscar-winning animated films to watch from the last 10 years

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOTV) — In anticipation of Oscar Sunday on Feburary 28, check out these family-friendly and Oscar-winning animated films from the last 10 years. The list features robots, penguins, talking toys and more. There’s a little something for everyone in your family.

2006: Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit 

Wallace and Gromit want to discover what’s behind the sabotage of their garden and what may prevent the giant vegetable growing contest.

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2007: Happy Feet 

The Adelie Amigos penguins meet a penguin by the name of Mumble and quickly learn to enjoy his awesome dance moves.

2008: Ratatouille 

Remy is one rat that is determined to become a French chef, but it’s a hilarious road on his path to reach his dream.

2009: WALL-E

Wall-E is destined to clean up planet Earth.

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2010: Up

Carl and Russell set off an adventure that will change their lives.

2011: Toy Story 3

Everyone’ favorite talking toys are back in this third installment of the classic film series. As Andy gets ready to go to college, Woody, Buzz, Jessie and the rest of the gang are unsure of their future.

2012: Rango

A chameleon becomes a hero in this Western-themed film about a town full of bandits that needs saving.

2013: Brave  

It’s your classic story of a journey into a foreign land full of adventure.

014: Frozen

Fearless Anna teams up with rugged mountain man Kristoff for a “cool” adventure.

2015: Big Hero 6 

A boy and his robot band together to save the city in which he lives.




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