The award is presented annually by the website RottenTomatoes.com, which compiles reviews from critics to measure the percentage of favorable critiques.
Editor-in-chief Matt Atchity says Pixar's animated tale about toys searching for meaning when their owner grows up and heads off to college collected positive reviews from 99 percent of critics, making it the best-reviewed film in wide release of 2010.
I'm sure it'll get nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture, but I think an animated movie just does not have any pull with the Oscar voters to win that award. Besides, "The Social Network" is getting all the awards for best picture so far. So that's the front runner right now.