|Genres:||Animation, Family, Comedy|
|Crew:||Director: Lee Unkrich | Producer: John Lasseter | Screenplay: Michael Arndt | Producer: Darla K. Anderson | Music: Randy Newman | Thanks: Steve Jobs | Storyboard: Nick Sung | Associate Producer: Nicole Paradis Grindle | Editor: Ken Schretzmann | Casting: Natalie Lyon|
Woody, Buzz, and the rest of Andy's toys haven't been played with in years. With Andy about to go to college, the gang find themselves accidentally left at a nefarious day care center. The toys must band together to escape and return home to Andy.
Great for the kids!
Just like any other Pixar movies, Toy Story 3 was great. The story flowed really well with the two Toy Story movies. And just like the two other movies, it was funny, has a lot of action and adventure, and it was really touching.
I guess at some point, everyone was able to relate to the story. That's why it's so great. It's great for young children and really great for adults. It's a good ending for the Toy Story movies.
My rate for this movie is A.
When I first watched this nearly a decade ago in the cinema, I believe it was (and still is) the only movie I've ever watched in 3D that I've enjoyed. I was worried that it was that great theatrical experience I'd had that coloured my opinion of Toy Story 3 so positively, and that it wouldn't hold up to any further scutiny. But I gotta say, on re-watch? It absolutely holds up. In my opinion, strong contender for best work Pixar's ever put out.
Final rating:★★★★ - Very strong appeal. A personal favourite.