Toy Story 3 (2010)
Toy Story 3 Videos
Toy Story 3 Photos
Watch it now
as Buzz Lightyear
as Mr. Potato Head
as Mrs. Potato Head
as Andy's Mom
as Slinky Dog
as Chatter Telephone
as Spanish Buzz
as Mr. Pricklepants
as Bonnie's Mom
as Young Andy/Pea-in-a-Pod
News & Interviews for Toy Story 3
Critic Reviews for Toy Story 3
It takes a kind of genius to combine a children's movie for grown-ups and a grown-up's movie for children in one glittering digimated package, yet the folks at Pixar have done it time and again.
When teenaged Andy plops down on the grass to share his old toys with a shy little girl, the film spikes with sadness and layered pleasure -- a concise, deeply wise expression of the ephemeral that feels real and yet utterly transporting.
There are many sweet laughs and joking allusions to horror and prison-break movies, but the Pixar gang gets at the most primary fear -- being cast off and no longer of use.
I seriously doubt there will be a more hilarious and heartfelt blockbuster all summer.
It's still more inventive, clever and laugh-out-loud funny than any other movie out there now.
Audience Reviews for Toy Story 3
Pixar can really end a franchise with a bang and they truly delivered with this concluding classic to the Toy story series. All the core actors are back to reprise their roles (Except Jim Varney as Slinky R.I.P.) and they all do just as good as they did in the first and second film. The animation is improved over the second film, and it looks spectacular, and this film was well worth being nominated for best picture last year for the academy awards. The music is fantastic, now I think Randy Newman is an okay song recorder, and whenever you put him in front of a Piano he will create gold. The new inclusions of characters were great, and all the new actors such as Michael Keaton (Batman, BeetleJuice,) Ned Beatty (Rango, Superman II,) and Jodi Benson (Little Mermaid) who all do fantastic jobs as these characters and are fun and energetic actors to watch in other films. Overall the film has fantastic animation, great characters, and great music. Now If only the company can get there crap back together after Cars 2.
A true masterpiece that exceeds the level of quality of the previous films and reflects Pixar's own growth in storytelling, being not just an amazing entertainment as the other two but above all a mature and emotionally devastating movie that moved me to tears with its unforgettable final act.
And so Pixar just goes and does it again, as if it's the easiest thing to do: They're taking characters that haven't been used in 10 years and throw them into this new adventure as if no time passed. The film blends perfectly into its two predecessors. Of course, the animation has taken huge steps in the meantime and is absolutely flawless and stunningly beautiful. Starting with a bang of a beautifully shot action sequence the film reminds reminds us of all the different characters from the gang of toys. And that's what they are, characters. Although there are too many of them to give them all a lot of screen time it just takes seconds for us to feel for them. When Woody and his friends hold each other's hands later while facing their possible demise, we forget that we're looking at animated toys, we worry about them as if they were real. That's certainly the biggest asset of the film, taking its characters seriously while having fun with them. The story is a tad more serious than before, delivering one of the greatest prison breaks of recent movie history, there's great voice acting and the story develops quite a lot of speed in the last third with more spectacular and colorful sceneries than the two first films. Just try not to be deeply touched by the last couple of minutes. The result is en par with its fantastic predecessors: funny, sweet, touching, deeply entertaining. Another triumph for Pixar.
Toy Story 3 Quotes
There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.