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Saw Toy Story 3

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Saw Toy Story 3

Postby Greg B » Mon Aug 02, 2010 9:00 pm

I had such a fun time even though some shmuck in the audience kept talking to his kids and translating the movie for them. Even when the theatre owners asked people not to talk.

Anyhow, it was fun. Lots of fun and really didn't need the 3D shtick. It took away from the fun of the movie more than add something to it but hey, it's the latest cool thing.

Story? Well if they were going to send Andy to college that was more interesting. They should have had the story start with Andy in college and he brought Buzz and Woody with him like lots of kids do. Bring their favorite action toys to decorate their rooms and workstations. That's when the action should have begun. Andy could have seen that toys are a huge industry and that he had some classics. That's when you introduce the girlfriend. She's interested in toys too. The conflicts begin, jealousies over attention, a menace to threaten true love, the toys to the rescue along with the other students' toys and voila, lots of action, romance, danger, and comedy.

Well thems my preferences.

Anyhow, fun movie and the garbage scene was like something out of a Cecil B. DeMille movie. Shows PIXAR still is tops in the field.
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