It's not a secret I'm a huge fan of Pixar made movies. They're 11 for 11 so far. And I don't think they'll ever disappoint me.
Not when they're producing movies like Toy Story 3.
Best movie of the year for me so far. Apparently, Hollywood's been making alot of crap this summer, so it's really refreshing to see something as beautiful as this movie. To tell you honestly, apart from Kick Ass, I haven't seen any great summer movie lately. These two films were actually the only movies I was looking forward to see this year.
Toy Story is the conclusion to the trilogy that started the whole Computer Generated Animated film genre. A fitting conclusion to the story that started fifteen years ago.
This time, Andy's going to college, and Woody, Buzz and the rest of the gang are worried with what's in store for all of them. Will they be thrown in the trash, will they go to the attic or will they be donated to a day care center? Due to some unfortunate incidence, they end up in Sunnyside Day Care Center. A would-be heaven for toys, because it's a place where they never run out of kids. Would they make it out to get back to Andy before they he goes off to college? And if they do, where would they end up going?
This isn't the best Pixar outing, nor is it the most touching. But it is definitely the movie that I enjoyed watching. I loved everything about Toy Story 3, I love that even if they're just toys, they tug strings on my emotions. And not only that, it's great to see people who I grew up with, Woody, Buzz, Hamm, Mr and Mrs Potato Head, Jessie, Bullseye, Barbie and Rex, and even the newer characters like Ken and the porcupine.
I didn't cry when I watched the movie. It was difficult to do so when you have 3d glasses on. But I did cry. Specially whenever I remember the ending. The closure for all the toys. It was heartwarming, heartbreaking. It was something I didn't expect, but it's the perfect ending for all of them.
It is a rare peat for movies that come in threes to do well story-wise. But it's Pixar. They'll never let you down.
RATING: 10 out of 10 stars.