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There’s been a lot of talk about the decline of Pixar after the sub-standard Cars 2, followed what many perceived to be a relatively slight effort in the form of the Highlands-set Brave. But its naïve to think that a studio who produced Toy Story 3 and Wall-e within the last five years have lost their mojo, so perhaps the more interesting discussion to be had is about the rate at which their competitors are catching up. Dreamworks Animation is a great case in point. After spending far too long in the Shrek business, they finally started to show more visual flair with Kung Fu Panda, before in 2010 producing one of the best all-round animated movies in recent memory with their book adaptation, How to Train Your Dragon. After pleasantly surprising with a trio of sequels/spin-offs (Kung Fu Panda 2, Puss in Boots, Madagascar 3) the studio have come »

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