Saw it this weekend and agree... the ending was very emotional and Pixar knows exactly how to tap in to the audiences heart. It was great film, and at times I was legitimately concerned for the toys. I suggest that any movie fan see it.
I've liked Toy Story since it first came out in 1995... when I was a real little kid. When I heard they were making a 3rd and final movie, I HAD to go see it. I felt an obligation to go see it. And this was an amazing way to close this series.
I just wish we could have seen the other toys, like Bo Peep, The Prospector, etc. But this movie, like the two before it, is an instant classic. Tim Allen and Tom Hanks, as always, do a masterful job as Buzz and Woody, respectfully, and all the toys have their classic charm.
The movie rang especially true for me because I'm also 17 and on the cusp of college next year, so I could relate to it, especially since I've watched Toy Story since I was a kid. I literally teared up during the end. So many memories... I imagine it's this way for tons of people.
Anyway, this movie gets an A+ and a solid recommendation for kids and adults alike.
Just read that Pixar has made 11 films and each one has opened at number 1 at the box office each time. To hear that stat is pretty incredible. I know trilogies are sometimes a big no no, but when Pixar is handling them, the films are clearly in good hands.
Toy Story 3 is an American computer-animated 3-D film, being produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It is the third and most recent installment in the Toy Story series. Toy Story 3 is currently the highest-grossing film of 2010 in the United States and Canada, and the second-highest grossing film of 2010 worldwide.
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