Toy Story 3 was a delightful watch but I must say that Woody, Buzz Lightyear & gang had a better outing the last time round in Toy Story 2. Nevertheless Toy Story 3 is still a good watch so I would highly recommend it to all you Pixar fans.
Without giving too much of the plot away, Toy Story 3 tells the tale of what happens to the entire gang as Andy (the toys’ owner) turns 17 and is moving on to college. The story is both adult whilst at the same time still accessible to the kids. As with all their movies, the Pixar boys have crafted a fine tale that’s made for both young & old which is a testament to their ability as master story tellers.
I love toys and watching Toy Story 3 reminded me of all the good fun I had with my own collection of toys as a kid. My imagination was my only limit and Toy Story 3 made me think of all the fun I had in make-believe worlds made up of a smorgasboard of toys that came from all kinds of universes that I mashed into one.
The heart-warming part about Toy Story 3 for me was just being around kids and hearing the squeals of laughter that were elicited from them as the movie went on. Toy Story 3’s great but not that great in 3D. The movie’s on its final leg so if you still haven’t caught it yet go catch it; 2D screenings are limited so if you wanna save a few bucks try to catch that one instead of the disappointing 3D version.
I give Toy Story 3 a respectable 3 out of 5.
“To infinity & beyond!!!”