Wallace & Gromit

A lot of people still consider animation kids stuff, and cannot see beyond the ink and paint, pixels and bits and the models and clay (Muppet-haters are much the same way.) This is the reason that too many wily 10-year-olds are able to convince their unwary parents that something like the epic tentacle-rape anime series Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Overfiend is a suitable video rental. Helping dispel the unfortunate falsehood that all animation is designed to sell toys while assuring that old stop-motion animation masters Ray Harryhausen and George Pal do not become mere footnotes in this century of CGI is three-time Oscar winner Nick Park, with his hilarious feature-length Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.