Toy Story 3 is rated G and stars Tim Allen, Tom Hanks, Joan Cusack, Ned Beatty, John Ratzenberger, Michael Keaton and many more talented actors as the voices of various toys. The movie has a running time of 103 minutes and is a great film to take the entire family to see this weekend!
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Toy Story 3 (2010)
The last (third) Toy Story film is nearly out and about. It is relieving to say that it lives up to the high expectations of the fans. The director Lee Unkrich (co-directed Toy Story 2 and Finding Nemo, my personal favourite), who also co-wrote the plot along with fellow writers Michael Arndt and John Lasseter has done such a good job with all his crew that this film is amazing even in its unfinished and 2D condition. There are some unexpected plot twists that will most definitely surprise you and needless to say, you might even use a remarkable amount of kleenex through the end. It is still not clear to me why it felt so sad though: was it because of the decisions on the future of the toys or because it was the end of the story after all? Anyway, the story in general starts with our acknowlegment of that Andy, the owner of the very much loved toys, has grown up so much that he is now off to college, naturally leaving his beloved toys behind, not only in his room but also in his past. The toys are given out to a day care center, as a result of the thought that they would be much use there rather than in the non vacant room of a college boy. Curious and not really happy about their future in the brutal hands of the children in the day care center, the toys are funnily greeted by the toys that already have been living there for quite some time. The exciting part begins with their plotting of “the great escape”. We see most of the toys we are familiar from the earlier films, but there are some delicious additions to the toy characters and we, the curious and caring audience, are informed about the reasons of the non existence of the toys which are missing. It is a great ending to the tale of our beloved toys, and anyone thinking about not seeing it should think twice, or more, for that would be such a painful mistake.
Starring: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Don Rickles
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