Thursday Movie Picks is hosted by Wandering Through the Shelves. For more of this year's themes and other entries for the week, head over to her site. This week focuses on animated films that are targeted for adults. There is quite a lot, but since I'm trying not to repeat movies, here are my picks for this week.
Mary and Max - This was depressing, but wonderful. The titular characters are voiced by Toni Collette and Philip Seymour Hoffman, and is about two unlikely people forging a friendship through letters.
Lascars - I don't remember much from this but its synopsis says that it is about two crooks who develop a problem when one of them wants out of their lifestyle because he had fallen in love. Vincent Cassell lends his voice to one of the crooks, while Diane Kruger voiced the female character.
Sausage Party - While I enjoyed the first two picks, I wasn't a fan of this one. I did like the whole concept, but it lost me somewhere along the way.