Toy Story 3

Toy Story 3 2010

No toy gets left behind.

Woody, Buzz, and the rest of Andy's toys haven't been played with in years. With Andy about to go to college, the gang find themselves accidentally left at a nefarious day care center. The toys must band together to escape and return home to Andy.



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gondorsky wrote:

Extraordinaire. Ce mot résume non seulement ce troisième volet mais également l'ensemble de la saga. Il faut saluer la constance de Pixar dans l'excellence. Vraiment. Là où d'autres se prennent les pieds dans des suites purement commerciales, balourdes et dépourvues d'âme (e.g. Dreamworks et son mauvais Shrek 4). Le scénario injecte à nouveau une épaisseur en plus aux personnages en développant une finesse psychologique remarquable pour un dessin animé. Pas de temps mort, beaucoup de tendresse, de nostalgie, d'émotion...autant d'éléments qui suspendent le temps pour une histoire qui clôt avec brio les aventures de ces attachants jouets.

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Harmonie wrote:

Definitely the best of the trilogy (for once)! Significant for both children and adults. Makes you laugh and cry at the same times (especially if you're a sensitive girl like me who remembers her own boxes of toys taking dust in the cellar and imagines her poor little "Beauty" doll (from "The Beauty and the Beast") alone in the dark without little friends to play with. Cruel world!)

This movie speak to the part of kid who stays in all of us, it's about friendship, love, courage, devotion and tenderness, it's about all the stories we invented alone in our room… Sorry… Not alone: with all our toys, with one name for all of them, one personality, one special voice and all the things which make them live.

I confess, it's a girly comment from a Disney addict, sorry.

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Kevin wrote:

Wow. Just... Wow. Hilarious (much more than the previous ones), the movie speaks directly to the children we were ten years ago, and to the adults we've become. It's a perfect ending to the Toy Story saga.

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letocarri wrote:

In my personal experience, the movie really touched me, having grown up with the previews ones, i found it the perfect ending. It was aimed to make every kind of public laugh, and to make 19 year olds feel nostalgic; and in both of these it was successful.

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Ale wrote:

Not bad actually. But far away from what is a great Pixar, according to me.
I smiled. I can't remember if I laughed. Of course the scene with Buzz Lightyear is fun and unforgivable. But I just have the feeling it is a small movie. I'm really not in a hurry to see it again.

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Martin wrote:

Wow. Just boring! Besides 3 jokes here and there, I didn't see the beauty of this movie...

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