No reason that we can think of!
Last night, the Chicago Film Critics Association awarded Pixar's Vulture-approved 'Wall-E' its Best Picture prize, following similar honors from critics in Boston and L.A.
The Boston Society of Film Critics Awards has named 'Wall-E' 2008's best movie.
The New York Film Critics Circle just named 'Milk' 2008's Best Picture, with prizes for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor going to Sean Penn and Josh Brolin.
Anyone visiting Variety.com this morning should expect to be smacked in the face with this drop-down ad.
Will the Oscars be forced to recognize movies people actually like next February?
In which we take Frank Rich at his word and nominate the little robot from the future as the candidate for today.
Plus: More Emmy semi-finalists announced, and Hollywood is still making loads of money.
Plus: Nike finally makes the shoes from 'Back to the Future 2' — and completely disappoints in every imaginable way.
How is 'Wall-E' different from 'Titanic' or 'The Lord of the Rings'?
Vulture revisits the awesome Pixar-created corporate Website for the Buy n Large corporation.
The American moviegoer paid a stiff price for his rare good taste this weekend.
Some body-image-issues blogs have been concerned about the movie and its portrayal of the overweight since November.
But what do the all-important 'bigwig Hollywood marketers' think?
And which is the worst? And what does 'worst' mean when you're talking about Pixar?
Andrew Stanton pooh-poohs any notion of environmentalism in his environmental catastrophe romance.
Why nominating Pixar's latest for an Oscar would be the smartest thing the Academy's done in years.