Oscars: Read THR's Reviews of the Best Animated Film Nominees

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'Inside Out'

See what our critics had to say about all five movies.

Five movie are nominated for the best animated film Oscar.

Anomalisa, Boy and the World, Inside Out, Shaun the Sheep Movie and When Marnie Was There are all vying for the honor.

Read The Hollywood Reporter's reviews of all five films below, and click here for THR's complete coverage of the Oscars.

Charlie Kaufman and co-director Duke Johnson deliver a unique reflection on love, pain and loneliness in this animated account of one man's long dark night of the soul pierced by light. Read the review.

Boy and the World
Ale Abreu presents a vibrant animated vision of a dehumanizing world seen through the eyes of a child. Read the review.

Inside Out
The Pixar feature personifies the sensations of early adolescence as animated characters. Read the review.

Shaun the Sheep Movie
A spinoff from Aardman Animation's highly successful TV series, this feature stars the plucky young ram of the title and his flock in an urban adventure. Read the review.

When Marnie Was There
The feature is an adaptation of Joan G. Robinson's eponymous novel and is directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi. Read the review.