Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Toy Story 3.

Toy Story 3. 
DVD and Blu Ray

Let me start off by saying always read the fine print. Commercials and the movie box advertise that Toy Story 3 is the 1# animated movie of all time. That's all well and good, but it isn't. 

If you read the fine print in the commercial or on the sticker it reads " according to". 

This kind of advertising trickery really makes me mad because it wasn't even the best of the trilogy let alone the 1# money maker. Most people read this and assume it's true. 

But on to the movie. 

This is actually the second Toy Story 3. Disney decided to make 3 without Pixar who didn't want to do it. The story involved the Buzz Lightyear toys being recalled and sent back to the factory in Mexico and the group of toys go on an adventure to rescue him. 

I know voice recording was done. But I am not sure how much animation was made. 

Toy Story 3 was a good movie, but not the best. Tim Allen's voice sounds a little aged. The story seemed a little bit forced, being that its animation you can keep Andy young forever. So why make him grow up. It had some minor problems but worth watching. 

Little known fact: In high school I was offered college and a job at Pixar. I turned it down, thinking that computer animation was just a fad. 

6 out of 10

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