Pixar returns to their first success with Toy Story 3. The movie begins with Andy leaving for college and donating his beloved toys -- including Woody (Tom Hanks) and Buzz (Tim Allen) -- to a daycare. While the crew meets new friends, including Ken (Michael Keaton), they soon grow to hate their new surroundings and plan an escape. The film was directed by Lee Unkrich from a script co-authored by Little Miss Sunshine scribe Michael Arndt.
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Blu-Ray: "Day & Night" theatrical short; Buzz Lightyear Mission Logs: The Science of Adventure; Toy Story Trivia Dash - Interactive game; Cine-Explore with director Lee Unkrich & producer Darla Anderson; Beginnings: Setting a story in motion; Bonnie's Playtime - A story roundtable with director Lee Unkrich; Roundin' Up a western opening; Beyond the Toy Box: An alternative commentary track; Paths to pixar: Editorial; 3 studio stories; DVD: "Day & Night" theatrical short; Buzz Lightyear Mission Logs: The Science of Adventure; The Gang's All Here - A look at returning voice talent; 3 studio stories
Disc #1 -- Toy Story 3 1. A Western Adventure 2. Playtime 3. Grown Up 4. College Packing 5. Thrown Away 6. Going to Daycare 7. Sunnyside Welcome 8. What About Andy? 9. Woody Leaves 10. Rough Play 11. Bonnie 12. We're Trapped! 13. Gambling Den 14. Where's Home? 15. Lotso's Offer 16. I See Andy! 17. Locked Up 18. Lotso's Story 19. Daybreak 20. Woody Returns 21. Reunited 22. Prison Break 23. Ken's Closet 24. Prison Riot 25. Mr. Tortilla Head 26. Spanish Buzz 27. Caught 28. Garbage Truck 29. The Dump 30. End of the Line 31. Safe and Sound 32. Back Home 33. Goodbye Andy 34. End Credits
Disc #1 -- Toy Story 3 Play Scene Selection Bonus Features Day & Night: Theatrical Short Filmmakers Commentary Commentary by Director Lee Unkrich and Producer Darla Anderson: On Commentary by Director Lee Unkrich and Producer Darla Anderson: Off Buzz Lightyear Mission Logs: The Science of Adventure Paths to Pixar: Editorial Studio Stories: Where's Gordon? Studio Stories: Cereal Bar Studio Stories: Clean Start Toys! The Gang's All Here A Toy's Eye View: Creating a Whole New Land Learn How to Take Your Favorite Movies On the Go Set Up Languages English Dolby Digital 5.1 EX English 2.0 English Descriptive Video Service 2.0 Why 2.0? Subtitles Subtitles: None English for the Hearing Impaired Register Your DVD Maximize Your Home Theater Sneak Peeks
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More than 1 year ago
It goes without saying that Toy Story 1 and 2, even after all these years, are the standard of great animated features. But the third one, in my opinion, deftly raises the bar for any kind of movie. The nostalgia factor is what pulled me in first. If you are a fan, you will notice that the opening action sequence mirrors the first time we played with Andy's toys in the first movie. Suddenly I was eleven again watching Toy Story for the first time with my mom in the theater in the town where I grew up. Then the movie propelled me into a world of adventure gripped by the fist of suspense throughout. By the movie's unrelenting climax I was squirming at the characters' final struggle compelled by the deep bond I felt I shared with them. Viewer, I was not the only one in the theater who was struggling to hold back my tears fifteen minutes before the movie ended. But the end, I was rushing to dry my eyes before the lights came on, but was unsuccessful even in the car driving home with my wife. "Are you alright?" she kept asking. My answer: "We're buying that movie!"
I have added other tear-jerkers to my recommendations.
More than 1 year ago
"Toy Story 3," I believe, is the best Toy Story of the three. The storyline and plot are probably appropriate for youth 10 years of age to 16 years of age and good animation for adults. The voice talents of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Don Rickles, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger, Estelle Harris, Ned Beatty, Michael Keaton, Jodi Benson, and John Morris are sure to have you laughing at times and marveling at their depth of voice ranges. The storyline had plenty of action, adventure, and suspense to maintain your attention through the entire DVD, plus there is a rather emotional conclusion to this well-developed plot.
More than 1 year ago
amazing movie amazing amazing amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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