REVIEW: Toy Story 3 [2010]


Woody, Buzz and the whole gang are back. As their owner Andy prepares to depart for college, his loyal toys find themselves in daycare where untamed tots with their sticky little fingers do not play nice. So, it’s all for one and one for all as they join Barbie’s counterpart Ken, a thespian hedgehog named Mr. Pricklepants and a pink, strawberry-scented teddy bear called Lots-o’-Huggin’ Bear to plan their great escape.


Pixar has done it again. Time after time the powerhouse animation studio continues to drop the jaws of critics and audiences across the world. Toy Story 3 opened in number one with the highest numbers on the box office for a Pixar film to date, and it very well could be their best film yet.

Now, I’ll admit that I was skeptical when a third installment was announced. The original is and will always be a classic, the second… not so much. While, there’s nothing terribly wrong with Toy Story 2, it seemed that the spark was gone from the characters, story, and development all together. Luckily, Pixar fixed every flaw present in the second for the latest adventure of our favorite child’s playthings. Unlike most sequels, Toy Story 3 feels like a necessary and needed addition in the story, bringing forth revelations that hit home with almost everyone: you’re never too old to be a kid.

Pixar has always had a way with moving audiences– young and old and Toy Story 3 is no exception. The final few moments were surprisingly extremely emotional. I was also surprised at the balls that the creators had for certain scenes and dialogue. One scene involving suicide was very unsettling but one of the film’s strongest and most well constructed scenes.

The toys are the most enjoyable they’ve ever been, Totoro stuffed animal and all. Very rarely are we presented with an almost flawless film let alone a film that is truly flawless. Toy Story 3 is that rare feat. There is honestly nothing to complain or nitpick about with this film. Smart witted, beautifully presented, and emotionally touching, Toy Story 3 is the best release in theaters so far for 2010. – Fred Lozano


2 Responses to “REVIEW: Toy Story 3 [2010]”
  1. Geeky Fem says:

    YES! 10/10 is the rating this movie deserved. Any movie with Disney + Pixar combination wirth 10/10. I have seen all of the Disney Pixar movies and there is none that I do not like :)

  2. Brizzy says:

    10/10? Holy shit dude :O I soo wanted to see this, untill my friend told me that it sucked.. Son of a bitch, never gonna believe him again. Thanks dude, im gonna go see this one (y)

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