‘Wall-E’ Named ‘Best Picture’ of 2008 by LA Film Critics

Pixar has done it again. Their latest animated epic “Wall-E” has become an instant classic and, “for the first time in movie history”, has been named “Best Picture” of 2008 by the Los Angelees Film Critics Association.

This is seen as a legitimate indication that the film could be nominated for an Academy Award in the same category.

If you’ve yet to seen this Pixar masterpiece, see it now before the year is out.

In my humble opinion, it is truly the best film of the year.

For the first ti me in movie history, The Los Angeles Film Critics Association named an animated film as “Best Picture” of 2008.

Wall-E — which stands for Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class — won the hearts of critics without saying a word while the human characters chattered around him/her/it.

The big face-off will be at the Oscars, where Wall-E and Kung-Fu Panda (which we liked better, frankly) are sure to go head-to-CPU in the Best Animated Feature category.

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