(HOLLYWOOD) – Lee Unkrich, director of Toy Story 3, tweeted Thursday that he was ‘speechless’ after his film was named the best film of 2010 by Time magazine, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Time's Richard Corliss said the honor should be an example to other filmmakers. "Why are Pixar films so often at or near the top of annual best-picture lists? Because, we say with some exasperation, nobody these days makes better movies,” he wrote. “But the movie's most important lesson is for Hollywood: Watch this and see how it's done."
Previous awards for Unkrich include three shared Annie Awards for Finding Nemo, Monsters, Inc. and Toy Story 2.
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