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Toy Story 3 (DVD, 2010)
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Toy Story 3 is the third installment of the children's animation favorite from Disney Pixar. Original characters such as Woody, Buzz, and Jessie return in this sequel alongsid...Read more
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The toys keep me laughing
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Toy Story 3 is the third installment of the children's animation favorite from Disney Pixar. Original characters such as Woody, Buzz, and Jessie return in this sequel alongside a host of new characters. When the owner of the toys, Andy, is gearing up to leave for college, the toys discover they have accidentally been delivered to a daycare instead of the attic. Woody the Cowboy knows deep down that it was indeed an accident and convinces the others to leave the daycare center with him and go back to their rightful home. Toy Story 3 was written by John Lasseter and Andrew Stanton, and directed by Lee Unkrich. The children’s animation is voiced by an all-star cast that includes Tom Hanks as main character Woody, Tim Allen as Buzz Light year, and Joan Cusack as Jessie. The DVD has a runtime of approximately 103 minutes and features an aspect ratio of 1.77:1. Additionally, the Toy Story 3 DVD includes special features such as a theatrical short entitled “Day And Night,” a Toy Story epilogue, Buzz Lightyear’s mission logs, and much more. Toy Story 3 is rated G and is suitable for all ages.

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Rating:G (MPAA)

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Director:Lee Unkrich
Leading Role:Tom Hanks, Tim Allen
eBay Product ID: EPID86187197

Editorial reviews

4 stars out of 4 -- "This installment, the best of the three, is everything a movie should be: hilarious, touching, exciting and clever."
USA Today - Claudia Puig (06/17/2010)

5 stars out of 5 -- "Disney/Pixar has again come up with the best TOY STORY ever -- more laughs, more heart, more fun, more toys and all in stunningly well used 3D."
Box Office - Pete Hammond (06/09/2010)

3 stars out of 4 -- "This is a jolly, slapstick comedy..."
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert (06/16/2010)

4.5 stars out of 5 -- "TOY 3 manages to offer jeopardy and thrills plus unexpected moments of melancholy while never forgetting to have the most fun possible....It understands genuine emotion and is not afraid to get it up there on the screen."
Los Angeles Times - Kenneth Turan (06/18/2010)

"[TOY STORY 3] finds real, resonant emotion in the antics of a bunch of children's toys....It honestly earns its emotion, moment by painstakingly executed moment." -- Grade: A
A.V. Club - Tasha Robinson (06/17/2010)

"[T]he third film of the trilogy turns out to be gorgeously joyous and deeply felt....The climactic escape here ranks as one of the most remarkable creations in the history of animation."
Wall Street Journal (06/18/2010)

"Sweet...touching...humane...it is all about doodads stamped and molded out of plastic and polyester. Therein lies it genius, and its uncanny authenticity."
New York Times - A. O. Scott (06/18/2010)

"It's as madly mischievous and inventive as TOY STORY and its sequel....TOY STORY 3 is a salute to the magic of making believe." -- Grade: A
Entertainment Weekly - Owen Gleiberman (06/25/2010)

"It winds its way gently towards its big themes instead of grabbing desperately at them, and because its plot is so beautifully worked out, getting there is almost all of the fun."
Movieline - Stephanie Zacharek (06/17/2010)

3.5 stars out of 4 -- "TOY STORY 3 lives up to its predecessors in terms of cute yet clever humor and action-packed journeys, grabbing you immediately with an incredible opening."
Premiere - Premiere Staff (06/17/2010)

3.5 stars out of 4 -- "TOY STORY 3, decked out in nifty, non-showy 3-D, is a joy to behold. It hits every button from laughter to tears and lifts you up on waves of visual dazzlement."
Rolling Stone - Peter Travers (07/08/2010)

"[It] comes across at once as a tender, thoughtful valedictory and a symbolic renewal, with the old toys finally passed into new hands..."
Sight and Sound - Jonathan Romney (08/01/2010)

"[A] big-hearted and occasionally bracing exploration of nostalgia, mortality, and how our relationship with cherished objects changes over time."
Film Comment - Matthew Connolly (11/01/2010)

5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's a nuanced tale of heart-melting separation, change, ageing, loss....Classic all-ages storytelling lassoed to a perfect pay-off."
Total Film - Kevin Harley (12/01/2010)

Ranked #10 in Rolling Stone's "10 Best Movies of 2010" -- "[A]nimated magic..."
Rolling Stone - Peter Travers (12/24/2010)

Included in USA Today's "10 Best Films Of 2010" -- "[W]ith suspenseful action scenes and heart-wrenching emotional depth."
USA Today - Claudia Puig (12/31/2010)

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The toys keep me laughing

Created: 03/01/11
Star Wars. Indiana Jones. Fistful of Dollars. Bourne. These are all incredible trilogies that can, will, and should stand the test of time. Yes, I am neglecting the fourth Indiana Jones. Upon the mention of the third Toy Story, I was deathly afraid. Afraid because it has some major, major shoes to fill. The original is a masterpiece that changed animation forever, and the sequel is among the best in the history of film (I mean that). The first two Toy Story films are among the best movies of all-time and to this day entire animation studios have failed to duplicate an ounce of the magic contained in Toy Story. Could part 3 even come close to the original two? My friends, I am very happy to say, the answer is a resounding yes.

Toy Story 3 does exactly what the first two did, delivered on all cylinders, all aspects of film-making and entertainment. The humor is back, the heart is back, the delightful cast of characters is back. This time, thanks to an incredible script, there's more suspense, more drama, and many more surprises. Like any spectacular trilogy, it wraps up all loose ends. It literally is difficult to find any flaw or any slow moment in this movie, and even if there is, it will immediately be forgiven by the next major laugh or the next major revelation. The predictability factor in this movie is low, and the payoff to all the suspense is extremely high. Guys, this is the go-to movie of the summer, and makes up for any disappointment you have seen this year or last.

Just like Toy Story 2's subtle and underlying themes, Toy Story 3 revolves around the group of toys and their latest adventure, but dwells far deeper than that. On the surface, this movie is about the toys in a series of circumstances, winding up in a daycare center that isn't all it seems. At the same time, Andy is heading for college, but Woody isn't quite ready to let go of his owner and the memories that follow. The deeper aspects involve aging, growing up, and moving on. Michael Arndt, the Oscar winner that wrote Little Miss Sunshine, was behind the spectacular screenplay in this third trip in the world of toys. Then with the help of John Lasseter and Lee Unkrich (who serves as the director), we see plenty of references to Pixar, other movies, the previous Toy Story installments, and even we even see nods to the influences of the entire animation studio (Miyazaki).

The writing wasn't the only thing that was on par with the first two Toy Story movies. The voice acting cast was once again phenomenal, with popular actors, underrated talent, and great character actors filling the bill. Come on now, just read em': Tim Allen, Tom Hanks, John Cusack, Wallace Shawn, Jody Benson, Estelle Harris, Blake Clark, John Ratzenburger, Ned Beatty, Jeff Garlin, and Michael Keaton. Unlike what Dreamworks pulls off on a yearly basis, Pixar carefully chooses their voice cast in terms of pulling off the best performances, not to generate more money. Because honestly, was there even a point to Angelina Jolie voicing the tiger in Kung Fu Panda? On the other hand, very few can pull an authentic Barbie like Jody Benson (a.k.a. Ariel in the Little Mermaid). It takes reliable and authentic acting to pull at the heartstrings, and everyone definitely was on their A-game.

Lee Unkrich directed this movie with incredible pacing and just as much heart and dedication as Lasseter, who was in charge of the first two. The truth is, Pixar directs the movie together, as they share ideas
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Hilarious!! The Best Toy Story Yet!

Created: 09/01/11
The creative minds behind Disney•Pixar's groundbreaking animated blockbusters invites you back inside the Toys' delightful world for a heartwarming and hilarious Hi-Definition movie experience you'll never forget. All the original voice talent returns (including Tom Hanks and Tim Allen) plus new talent including Michael Keaton as Ken and Ned Beatty as Lots-O'-Huggin' Bear. It's "the biggest, best, most exciting Toy Story of them all," raves Access Hollywood.

As Andy gets ready to leave for college, Woody, Buzz, Jessie and the rest of the gang wonder if this is the end of the line. But, when a mix up lands them in the Sunnyside Day Care Center where they meet 14 new toys, they soon discover that a wild new adventure is just beginning! Take an amazing journey with some of the most beloved characters in movie history and discover what being a friend is truly all about.
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Family fun and more!!

Created: 03/02/11
Well this next installment is better than the last. They are all great family fun and really let the imagineation out for a great ride. I recommend this film to everyone. Adult, children, the entire family can benafit from this charming and well told story.
In this movie as in the first two the world is seen through the eyes of the toy's and really gives an interesting new view to the things we have had in our lives.
The animation is as always outstanding! and the cast of old and new characters is great. The thought and work that went into this film takes special people, they get the most out of each character and convey the toy's emotions to you the viewer.
I can't say enough good about this film and I hope that you add it to your collection to enjoy for years to come, after all we all have a bit of child in us at any age. (I would hope)
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Another Winner

Created: 30/12/10
Disney and Pixar have once again created a winning tale of friendship, love, personal conquest and human emotion to an CGI vision. What may be the last of the franchise of the Toy Story films may also be one of the best. This heart warming tale of "Toys" that just want to be played with and loved are once again beset with pitfalls toward their final goal which is to be happy. As these all too "feeling" toys are once again pitted against herculean odds at finding that happiness, and all the time trying to take care of their friends at any cost to their personal safety or well being. It is a great film for the entire family and the ending is extremely emotional and may provide closure for the franchise. Then again it is just open enough that we may see another "Toy Story" in the future.
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Toy Story 3 Has Everything!

Created: 13/11/10
Even though this is an animated picture which seems to be for the younger crowd, it is definitely a WINNER in my opinion.

It has a story line that has a little bit of everything in it - suspense, humor, and the ability to make you cry.

It's good clean fun for everyone with the exception of children that are too young to understand suspense and would find it scary in places.

It stays with its main theme and the main character - Andy.

Andy is now grown old enough that he has graduated from school and is preparing to leave for college.

As part of his preparation, he has to go through his things to get rid of those things that he doesn't want and pack away for college the things that he does want.

After doing so, he decides not to throw away the things that he doesn't want, but to put them in the attic instead. His sister comes along and distracts his attention and he leaves the bag of things on the floor.

Later, Mom finds the things cluttering the floor and takes them out for trash pickup which, by the way, is just a few houses away. And, the movie takes off from here!.........................​........Have fun with this one!!!!
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