Toy Story 3
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Smart, funny "threequel" is scarier than the first two.
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Fresh: A bona fide summer delight loaded with action, humor, nostalgia, a veritable blizzard of pop-culture references and general good vibes.
- Andrew O'Hehir, Salon.com, Friday, June 18, 2010
Fresh: The pain of goodbye is beautifully balanced by the trademark excellence of the Toy Story series. A fantastic way to go out.
- Ben McEachen, Empire Magazine Australasia, Saturday, June 26, 2010
Fresh: The 'Toy Story' films are deservedly seen as the gold standard for computer-generated animation...
- Ben Walters, Time Out, Thursday, July 15, 2010
This a very good and "cute" edition to the trilogy, but I'm afraid I didn't fall in love with it like everyone else. I admit it's still good... but the themes were still too geared towards children for me to enjoy it more than once. However, a lot of the new toys are notable and worth mentioning. But I still think How to Train Your Dragon was the best animated film of this year. The ending was very sentimental and a perfect conclusion to a beloved franchise.
- DerekA101, Tuesday, November 9, 2010
The ending was its best part,which was very touching.Except that couldnt find anything distinguished.Overall it was good and as an animation for kids couldnt be better than this.But why it should be considerd as one of best picture contenders?When we are supposed to compare it with none-animation movies of this year,i must say its simple minded and overrated
- Alireza64ir, Monday, November 8, 2010
"Now you've got to promise to take good care of these guys. They...mean a lot to me." If this is goodbye to the Toy Story franchise, then it's a fond farewell. There's not much question of whether fans of the previous two movies will like it, or movie fans of any age. The story is amazing, humorous, thrilling, and bittersweet. There's more adventure, heart, and soul in this "kids" movie than in anything else you're likely to see anytime soon. And if you don't find yourself getting a little emotional at certain points in the story, you're made of sterner stuff than I. It's pretty obvious that this was a labor of love on Pixar's part, and the result is their best movie so far. It's also one of the most visually astounding computer animated films that I've seen. Especially on Blu-Ray. The colors are vivid, everything has brilliant sharpness and clarity, and the level of detail in every toy, human, and background element never ceases to amaze. Toy Story 3 is just utterly beautiful. Not just from a technical standpoint, but as an achievement in artistic style that elevates it to the levels of visual appeal that had until this point been reached only by traditionally animated movies like Spirited Away and a few others. I know that no movie has been (or ever will be) loved by absolutely everyone. But Toy Story 3 is as worthy of approaching that mark as any other movie I've seen. It's guaranteed to get some kind of genuine response from 99% of those watch it: be it a tear, a cheer, or just a big smile. See it. See it with your kids, your significant other, your friends, or just by yourself. You won't regret it. Goodbye Buzz. Goodbye Woody. Goodbye Andy. We'll miss you, but you'll always be with us.
- lewiskendell, Monday, November 8, 2010