Watch Toy Story 3 (2010) full movie free online – I went in with HIGH hopes and I was not disappointed! The first toy story movie was by far my favorite movie as a child, I literally watched it two or three times a day. I’m emotionally attached to the toy story movies so this movie felt like the closing chapter to my childhood. Aside from my emotional attachment this movie was still amazing! I laughed, which is expected since it’s the all might pixar. But I also cried…I was kinda embarrassed haha. I was holding back the tears in this one scene but since I don’t want to spoil anything so I’ll stop there. But by the end of the movie I couldn’t hold back and instead of watery eyes I was in full tears haha. Everyone should watch it!
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Review Toy Story 3 (2010) by Interrealm – How in the world did Pixar make adults CRY over TOYS??!
The best magic tricks in the world are ones that cannot be unraveled, reverse engineered or dissected to figure out exactly how they are pulled off. This philosophy is doubly applicable to Pixar’s “Toy Story 3”, the storyline-ending outro of the beloved Toy Story, uh, story.
I feel it relevant somehow to divulge my age, as it somehow validates the powerful emotions evoked throughout the film. I am a 28 year old male, who, fifteen years ago, was fresh into the teen years of supposed adolescence at the release of some weird, 3d animated movie (wait, they can animate with computers?) entitled “Toy Story”. This was a pretty bold move, a calculated stroll to the edge of the cliff and a daring leap off into the thin air of creativity and innovation. And it was a hit, ensuring 3d animation a place right alongside (more or less) 2d animation. And naturally, Pixar would be at the forefront, leading the cavalry charge of digital animation ranging from great to gawd-awful.
“Toy Story 3” starts off as comfortably as possible, with our friends Woody and Buzz Lightyear doing what they do the best…playing with Andy in his world of make-believe adventure. We are then treated to some familiar Pixar progression, like abandonment, solidarity, coming back to friends, and the passing of the torch. Clearly, in the eleven years between this point and when “Toy Story 2” wrapped, a computer revolution or four has occurred, allowing a world of unsurpassed clarity, reality and imagination to shine through like never before. TS1’s spark is TS2’s candle, and that in turn is TS3’s blazing sun.
Roll the last fifteen minutes of film. It became clearly obvious that the figurative tables have been turned, because a good number of the adults in the audience (including myself) were sniffling and teary-eyed, while the kids were looking up, likely thinking “jeez mom and dad, they’re just toys, get over it”.
Wasn’t it conventional wisdom that just the kids get emotional over losing plastic playthings? With “Toy Story 3”, Pixar has shown us one of the greatest magic tricks in modern showbiz history, likely not to be outdone or duplicated, that we all have very real and deep connections to our childhoods and to the things and people that allowed us as kids to be free, and innocent, and pure, and most importantly, to dream. This, to me, is a life lesson worth remembering, to infinity and beyond.
Review Toy Story 3 (2010) by Nenko Genov – Simply brilliant!
I was about 10 or 12 when I watched the first Toy Story in the cinema with my little brother and sister. We were all enchanted! Years later Toy Story 2 came out and it was a blast! Again we all went to the theater to see it and we were so thrilled and excited after the movie! Im 24 now, and just yesterday I was at the Bulgarian gala-premiere of the film. My brother was fortunate to win an invitation for two (he took a photo of himself with our small collection of Toy Story toys and sent it to the website), and we had the chance to see the third part on its first screening… and for the 1st time in 3D! No doubt that the animation is better than ever, the guys from Pixar constantly push the limits, but that’s kinda natural for them. But still it feels like 100% Toy Story, with all the improvements, somehow I don’t feel this 15-years-wide gap between the first and the third part.
What matters more is the (Toy) Story itself! And it is just fantastic! I had really high expectations of this film and honestly, after seeing it, my expectations were surpassed! The plot is really emotional, with so many nostalgic moments… Being kinda grown-up myself, but doing my growing-up with the first two parts of Toy Story, I couldn’t relate more with this one! I was really touched! I just wish the theater was empty. Then I could stop holding back my tears! And it’s not just t the big story, but also all those little things that go on around it! I don’t know how many of those references and gags were in the script and how many were put in there in the making process, but it’s just amazing! Even if it’s the most dramatic and the darkest of the 3 (as dark as Toy Story can get) the comedy is still there, and I was laughing out loud all the way through! It’s a wild roller-coaster, and I’m not even sure who will have more fun with it, if it will be the kids, or their parents! There’s just so much more in there for you to notice, admire and laugh at! And I’m sure that after watching the film again I’ll find out even more! There’s also a really neat Totoro cameo, and it’s great of Pixar to pay homage to their old friend, Miyazaki san.
The old lovable characters are all here, and they are joined by an army of new ones, and each one of them has his real personality and you can recognize in them characteristics of someone, both visually and with their attitude they express different things and you instinctively feel what these toys stand for. It’s really funny to recognize in them some movie archetypes or features of people that you know.
I realize that I just poured out tons of superlatives, but there’s nothing else you can say about this film! It has everything! (And about how many 3rd parts you can say that?) The only thing I could criticize is that there is one really freaky baby-toy, that can give the creeps to the smaller kids, but it’s done on a purpose and for me it was really an enjoyable touch to the atmosphere of the film.
To wrap up this review, I will just say – Thank you, Pixar!
Review Toy Story 3 (2010) by russb216 – A Perfect Tale of Adventure and Devotion
Since I felt none of the other reviews here do the movie justice, I became compelled to write my own. It is the most inspired film I have ever encountered.
The creators of Toy Story 3 have an imagination that is unparalleled. I cannot begin to compare any of the other animated movies that I have ever seen to it. It is a fantasy in an unconventional sense: aside from the talking toys, the environment and settings are typical; commonplace. Yet, the Pixar Team manages to cram every last drop of energy into the incredibly clever story and inventive plot devices out of just common household objects. The animation is so brilliant that it captures shading, lighting, and textures that have yet to be seen on film.
Then, Toy Story 3 becomes a beautiful elaboration on the first two, with very clever character development. Its maturity of relationships is concise but witty: Woody, the wise sheriff, leading the other toys with courage and finesse; a spaceman winning the love of a cowgirl; the loyalty of the dog, slinky; the grumpy married potato and his devoted wife; the superficial relationship of Ken and Barbie; the broken spirit of a lost teddy bear. At the same time, Pixar uses a metaphor that is so strong that it drives the audience to love these characters with all of their hearts. It is a similar emotional complex to a happy puppy who is brought into a home and has nothing on its mind but playing with its youthful owners. But these toys never age, and as its owners, once in their playful youths, leave for work and college, these toys still know nothing more than their youth and happiness of living to one day play again. As you leave for work every morning, your dog doesn’t know where you go. And every day, he does nothing more than pray that you come back to see him, every day waiting for you to bring out the ball again for a game of fetch.
Finally comes Pixar’s ability to integrate so many emotions – fear, love, action, and comedy, among others – with each having so much vigor in its own right, that the movie becomes a roller coaster of animation and adventure, wound together by the constant movement of setting and storyline, always keeping the audience guessing on what might happen next. It is a brilliant tale; a perfect movie for children and adults alike. I cannot wait to see it again.
Review Toy Story 3 (2010) by dee.reid – An amazing third “Story”
Lee Unkrinch directed “Toy Story 3,” the third and presumably final installment in the “Toy Story” movie franchise. One could argue that this is probably the best one yet (1999’s “Toy Story 2” remains my personal favorite of the three), and I won’t argue with those who think otherwise. I still hold onto “Toy Story 2” for deep personal reasons, but “Toy Story 3” does build upon events foreshadowed in the previous installment, which does gives this film a weighty emotional punch – a rarity in animated films these days.
As foreshadowed in “Toy Story 2,” Andy (John Morris) has finally grown up; he’s 17 now, and is on his way to college in just a few days. His mom is putting pressure on him to get rid of his old toys, either by throwing them out with the garbage, donating them to other needy children, or simply putting them in the attic (a sort of gone-but-not-forgotten-and-within-reach-type of deal).
Woody (Tom Hanks), brave leader of the toys and Andy’s favorite, manages to dodge a bullet somewhat, but puts himself in the line of fire when Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and the other toys are accidentally thrown out but somehow or another wind up at Sunnyside Daycare, where they are welcomed with open arms by the resident toys there. This introduces us to Lotso (Ned Beatty), the strawberry-scented teddy bear who runs the place, along with the metro-sexual Ken doll (Michael Keaton) and others. As it turns out, this daycare center is actually a prison, and Lotso runs this place with an iron fist; of course, Lotso has a very tragic back-story that explains his evil ways, much like with Jessie (Joan Cusack), who first appeared in “Toy Story 2.” So Woody and the other toys must mount a valiant escape if they are to be reunited with their beloved owner before he leaves for college.
“Toy Story 3” is an amazing film, and a fitting end to a wonderful film series that started in 1995 with the first “Toy Story,” which also signaled the arrival of the very illustrious and extremely talented Disney-owned animation studio Pixar. They have yet another significant hit on their hands with this picture. The animation here is at its most life-like and real and it’s damn-near flawless and strikingly beautiful, which signals just how far Pixar has come in the 15 years since their first hit with “Toy Story.” And every film since then has added significant amounts of realism, weight, and dimension to their animated stories.
While “Toy Story 2” had a high nostalgia factor for days long gone by, “Toy Story 3” is a film about the inevitability of children growing up and putting away their toys. There are also themes about the effect of loss, love, and friendship going in the proceedings here. In addition, “Toy Story 3” can also be an incredibly dark film at times – a bold move considering that this is a family film – but there’s no need to worry because the fact is that it’s all perfectly balanced out amazingly well with some very light-hearted humor, fast and furious action scenes, and stirring emotional moments that just might bring a few tears to your eyes.
“Toy Story 3” is a triumph of animation and imagination, and I say that as a die-hard “Toy Story 2” fan. What we get here, is a fitting closer (?) to an amazing film series that just continues to surprise again and again with each new entry. It’s just a great reminder for all of us heartless adults of better days in our youth that have long gone bye-bye.