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> I doubt the MPAA cares at all about CGI/Motion capture and I would not
> expect them to ever change. But then again I don't know why anyone pays
> the slightest attention to the clusterfuck that is the Academy Awards at
> all. I stopped caring when they gave the steaming pile of crap that was
> _Gandhi_ Best Picture.

I always thought Tootsie should have won for Best Picture over Gandhi.  That being said, Gandhi was
a better movie than the Best Picture winner from the year before, Chariots of Fire, which had no
business winning over Raiders of the Lost Ark IMO.