Toy Story 3

Toy Story 3

Blu-ray Disc - 2010
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As Andy prepares to leave for college, his loyal toys find they have been donated to the Sunnyside 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 and ensure that no toy gets left behind.
Publisher: Burbank, Calif. : Distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2010
Edition: Widescreen
Branch Call Number: BluRay j791.433 TOY NVD
Characteristics: 2 Blu-ray discs (ca. 103 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: Toy story three

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mammothhawk229e
Nov 14, 2017

Bittersweet but apt final movie.
Antagonist perfect two faced Teddy Ruskin archetype.
Chuckled at bonus feature. Producers must been bit sheepish on discovering the Spanish Buzz Lightyear voice actor worked for Disney in non-North American division.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Oct 24, 2017

Having a younger brother and sister, I get the latest (okay, some classics too) scoop of Disney movies and Toy Story 3 intrigued me a lot. The simple over-the-top idea of the lives of toys all children play with is a highlighting and smart marketing plotline, and it seems the writer is never running out of ideas when it comes to this troop of fun, elite toys belonging to a loving owner. In Toy Story 3, Andy is all grown out of his playing stage and is heading out to college; finally dealing with the trunk of toys in his room as he moves out. But when a freak mistake has the toys on the curb, ready to be picked up for garbage, the toys must take a stand to protect themselves and stick together. They arrive at Sunnyside daycare and we are introduced to a new band of happy, smiley characters within the toys already residing there. Our familiar crew of Buzz Lightyear, Woody, and all of their pals cannot believe their eyes at this paradise called daycare, in which they are told they will be loved by toddlers and children alike… but the first day of daycare has everyone second guessing what they know. I so enjoyed this and think it’s the best one of the franchise; I loved the sweet and touching ending. Not to mention, Barbie meets her Ken! Rating 5/5
- @jewelreader of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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Derringer
Oct 23, 2017

If you are in agreement with me - "Toy Story 3" is, by far, the absolute best of this particular movie franchise from Pixar/Disney studios, bar none.

Hey! - It's got action. It's got humour. It's got excitement. It's got adventure. In fact - It's got just about everything you could possibly ask for in an animated movie, and then some.

In particular, there's one absolutely hilarious scene where Ken eagerly models several of his fave outfits (to the rocking strains of the disco hit "Freak Out!') while the seemingly-delighted Barbie looks on.

Boy, I'm tellin ya, Ken and his posing was such a hoot that I had to put the DVD on pause-mode for a while, until my peals of laughter finally subsided.

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green_cat_3454
Sep 07, 2017

If this did not bring tears to your eyes, then thou art not Human. I don't know how Disney would make Toy Story 4, this seems like a good way to finish of the series. Yet Disney has managed to fire off several Television shorts like That Time Forgot and Toy Story of Terror. Maybe they encounter Andy again, or something happens to Bonnie. All I know is I would eagerly watch another Toy Story movie.
P.S. I read the notice section. Where does the violence and coarse language come from?

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Triple_X_Rex
Oct 25, 2016

A surprisingly good sequel to the whole Toy Story franchise. The scenes with Barbie and Ken were priceless.

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StarLord21
Jun 12, 2016

A great continuation of the Toy Story series! I'm not afraid to say my tears welled up a bit at the end.

TSCPL_ChrisB Jun 03, 2016

Overall, this story didn't match its predecessors, but it wasn't far from them. That ending, however! Best moment in the series. That's how it should end. The filmmakers may be making a big mistake by making a fourth film; time will tell.

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JihadiConservative
Apr 20, 2016

Awesome movie...Do I dare say it? Yes...I dare say it...THIS IS THE BEST TOY STORY YET!

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uugene
Apr 02, 2016

I know it's a cartoon. I shed tears at the end.

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Nursebob
Dec 30, 2015

This third (and most successful) instalment of the hugely popular series about the misadventures of a group of toys who come to life when no one’s looking not only won an Oscar for best animated feature, it was also the first such film to break the one billion dollar revenue mark. Of course the usual sight gags and Hollywood in-jokes abound (the Potato Heads can’t keep their limbs in order, a psychotic Care Bear reinvents a scene from "Cool Hand Luke", and a metrosexual Ken sports more sequins than Barbie herself) but this time around the writers explore much darker territory, touching on issues of abandonment, grief, and even a little existential despair—oh yes, a nightmarish stint at a garbage dump could have been co-written by Nietzsche and Lars von Trier. Sufficiently colourful and frantic for tiny attention spans yet packing enough weight for adults including a sweetly sentimental ending, it lends credence to the old adage, “Third time’s the charm”.

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May 25, 2011

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SAPPHIREBEAR15 Jun 25, 2012

Andy, now nearly 18 years old,[10] goes off to college, and his toys feel like they have been abandoned as they have not been played with for several years. Andy decides to take Woody with him to college and puts Buzz and the rest of the toys in a trash bag for storage in the attic. However, the toys are accidentally thrown out when Andy's mom finds the bag and puts it out on the curb, causing the toys to think that they are no longer wanted. They escape and decide to climb in a donation box for the Sunnyside Daycare. Woody, the only toy who saw what actually happened, follows the other toys and tries to explain they were thrown out by mistake, but they refuse to believe him.

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chrischeung
Nov 09, 2010

Awesome movie!

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