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Toy Story 3

Toy Story 3

2010
Comedy
Family/Kids
1h 43m
Toy cowboy Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks), his astronaut pal, Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), and their friends cope with their owner's departure for college and their new home in a daycare center.
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Toy Story 3

2010
Comedy
Family/Kids
1h 43m
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Rated 23 Jun 2010
94
94th
Pixar is the only American animation studio that can take some of our most iconic characters, have them swim in existentialism, get tortured by a villain who refuses redemption, and send them to a literal hell and back - but do it with such undeniable tact, grace and aplomb nobody even bats an eye. Actually, it might make the ending that much more stirring. It's a good thing there are credits videos for those... um, other people, clearly... who teared up.
Rated 31 Dec 2010
85
94th
One of Pixar's best so far. Ridiculously well-made. I adore the genre conscious tributes, luckily transcended by weighty themes and real stakes. Ironically, you might say, Toy Story 3, more than almost any live-action film I've seen in years, has genuine true-to-life resonance. It's both funny and emotional and I loved it. In the scene right before the deus-ex-machina moment, I realized how invested I was. I truly cared. CG animation has come a long way in 15 years. Also, the monkey was a doozy.
Rated 26 Jun 2014
85
93rd
I have something in my eye, okay?
Rated 27 Jun 2010
100
99th
A powerfully affecting finale to Pixar's franchise. As a kid who now finds himself in Andy's shoes, revisiting this franchise one last time is one of the most wonderful and heartbreaking experiences I've had. It also doesn't hurt that it's one hell of a movie.
Rated 24 Jun 2010
8
79th
I'm not gonna post a proper mini review as a simple "Thank you, Pixar" will suffice.
Rated 05 Jul 2010
99
98th
Great experience from Pixar! I always loved their cartoons but Toy Story was something special for me. I'm sure this was one the best. It is so awesome when next episode is better that the previous one. It was funny, exiting, warm and touching, and it wasn't childish at all. At the end I had a bitter feeling like I was giving up own toys. Thank you "Pixar" so much!!!
Rated 08 Dec 2010
95
96th
Works on every level: It's a sweet comedy, a riveting drama, a brilliant escape movie and the most mature of Pixar's work. The toys are finally sensible creatures that work together, making the perils feel much more threatening. A 'this is it' moment is as dark as anything ever produced for family entertainment. By far the best movie Pixar ever made, so much so that a John Williams score would have gotten it a hundred. AND nostalgic: Had I seen this in the cinema I'd be crying like a baby. Olé!
Rated 19 Jun 2010
85
97th
A great closing chapter to a great film series.
Rated 26 Jun 2010
94
95th
The best film of 2010 and a serious contender for the greatest American animated movie of all-time. For people who have grown up with this series, it takes us through the emotional wringer. We never know what to expect and the script leads us to one of the most unpredictable film endings in recent memory. More than humour and great animation, this is life under a microscope. To have developed these toys into characters that can make us care so much is a testament to the power and skill of Pixar.
Rated 17 Apr 2012
91
94th
An amazing, tear jerking, fantasic final installment. The perfect way of ending the trilogy, especially for those of us who grew up on the first two.
Rated 26 Aug 2010
95
98th
There is nothing wrong in being a 29 year old man, sitting in a movie theater, choking up to a scene with toys about to be incinerated. It's one of Pixar's absolute best (heck, it's one of the best movies in several years), and introducing the most evil character I've seen in a long while: That damn monkey...
Rated 29 Dec 2010
99
97th
Incredible film from the minds at Pixar revives everything that was wonderful about the original film and manages to even improve it. Voice cast is impeccable right down the line (including unrecognisable Timothy Dalton and Michael Keaton) but what really makes it work are the perceptive, heart-rending observations about a child's relationship with his toys. Deneumont manages to be breathlessly exciting while being almost unbearably poignant and moving. An exemplary treat.
Rated 14 Jul 2010
98
99th
It takes alot to make me cry, but no single scene has had made my cry quite like the ending to this film. Having grown-up as a kid with these films, and currently placed in Andy's position, I feel just as connected to these toys as he does, and seeing their adventures end in the most fiiting manner possible reduced me to a fountian. I would give this film a score of 1000 if I could.
Rated 04 Jul 2010
90
95th
Thank you Pixar. For letting us to leave our generation's legacy to the new one. Andy said goodbye to his toys, and so did we. I know I left my childhood memories, dreams and innocence behind me a long time ago but I appreciate Pixar for giving us chance to say goodbye to our toy stories. No one else could make us cry over toys, an old man or robots. Pixar is Pixar for a reason. I would shake hands of the whole crew if I had a chance.
Rated 15 Aug 2010
97
96th
Toy Story 3 is more than just a simple and stupid story of some cuddly colorful animated figures. Pixar proves once and for all that it is possible to offer it's viewer more than only superficial and petty cgi-crap. A child grows older, goes to the college and what happens to his once beloved toys? A heartwarming and of course funny story about values of life,loyalty and friendchip. In a desert of unnecessary animation movies, pixar shines out with the most wonderful trilogie ever.Thanks !
Rated 20 Jun 2010
9
96th
Absolutely beautiful, witty, and just a fantastic movie. It closes the best animated trilogy in a wonderful manner.
Rated 02 Jul 2010
95
97th
One of those films that makes you laugh, cry, smile, and pull all number of facial expressions. And at the end it leaves you feeling both satisfied and happy. Pixar's masterpiece in my eyes.
Rated 19 Jun 2010
95
88th
Pixar continues a franchise well past its expiration date and hits it out of the park. The only reason I didn't give this a perfect score is that I want to let it stew in my mind for a little while. It was incredible. Pixar's animators continue to one-up themselves with beautiful settings and amazing designs. It hits every emotional beat perfectly, and the characters are stronger than they've ever been. Well done, Pixar; I can forget about CARS now.
Rated 07 Jul 2010
40
26th
I feel like I'm the only person who didn't like Toy Story 3. Yes, I was crying during the ending but that was an ending that built off the first two movies and not this one. Most of this movie is philosophically depressing, a toy-styled, adventure-themed memento mori about a bunch of toys who do not wish to accept the ends of their lives. There was also a lot of cheesy filler like the opening and the Ken stuff. More importantly, the villain wasn't credibly threat or even clearly bad til the end.
Rated 05 Mar 2011
95
96th
If not 4 this, the top grossing film of 2010 would b Alice in Wonderland. If not 4 this, some1 might try 2 argue that Burton still had "imagination" & not just a distinct eye 4 production design. Once more, Pixar demonstrates that the real joy in films comes from the hard work put on THE PAGE - connecting w/ & moving something deeper than eyeballs. God bless TS3 for reminding where the magic really lies & g-damn H'wood 4 coasting & never caring enough 2 put forth the effort Pixar routinely does.
Rated 26 Jan 2019
100
97th
Pulls off the near-impossible feat of being funnier, deeper, and more emotional than both its predecessors. Never has existential angst been more entertaining than it has here.
Rated 27 Jun 2010
92
90th
Another good change of pace for the toys. Grabs interest from the first moment and stays strong whether you like action, parody, original humor, or deep thought.
Rated 22 Jun 2010
4
70th
An excellent, fitting end to the trilogy. Toy Story is the oldest movie I have any memory of seeing in theaters, so while I didn't tear up or anything at the end, I did get hit with a huge blast of nostalgia. The conclusion is very satisfying.
Rated 05 Jul 2010
90
97th
Absolutely wonderful stuff here from Pixar. Great film about loyalty and not only what it's like to get older but that little reminder about how fun and innocent everything is when you're a kid.
Rated 27 Jul 2010
96
99th
Each year, I keep underestimating Pixar, and they keep dishing out the goods to prove my cynical self wrong. Easily trumps both of its predecessors and it's probably the best kid's movie with "3" in the title I've ever seen. Just too good, I only wish I could have seen it in 3D. +1 for Spanish mode.
Rated 21 Jun 2010
5
56th
Quite possibly a low point for Pixar, competing with Cars for most predictable, pandering, and overall lack of interest in raising the bar, technically. Its still average though, so as far as children's movies go, it's not bad at all.
Rated 25 Jun 2010
100
90th
Prepare for one emotional trip. Throughout the years Pixar has made us part of Woody and the gang. And seeing Andy all grown up affects not just the toys, but us as well. Non-stop laughs, and moments where you'll wanna cry. Fantastic. Worth the 10 year wait. So worth it.
Rated 17 Jun 2022
62
66th
Oh so they have a Totoro toy but no giant testicled raccoons from Pom Poko? Cowards.
Rated 26 Jun 2010
8
78th
Miscommunication and misinterpretation seems to be a recurring theme in the lovable franchise, an aspect the smallest of us will look past as they'll be having too much fun. I had a great time aswell. The narrative structure isn't as strong as with its predecessors, though the 3rd act is great and the film ends on a high, heartwarming note. A worthy ending to one of childhood's favorite films.
Rated 14 Nov 2010
86
96th
Pretty slick send off. Pixar does not disappoint with the crisp direction and CGI, and the ability to mix in a real sense of dread as well as its staple comedy.
Rated 02 Jul 2010
95
95th
Pixar have had a habit of making interesting movies that lose their way in the final act so we can have a loud, zany chase scene for the kids. Here, the capers are more integrated into the story, and pack some of the biggest emotional punches - the furnace scene is *intense*. A big call I know, but this just might be Pixar's best.
Rated 21 Jun 2010
80
77th
Somewhat recycles the themes covered in the first installments of the franchise, but does it in such amazingly enjoyable and great way that you can't do anything but be touched by it. Not the best Pixar ever, but excellent under any standards.
Rated 23 Jun 2010
77
93rd
This is a fitting sendoff to a trilogy which has the rare distinction of being consistently good. The first two-thirds are enjoyable, but the darkest and most moving scenes at the end are some of Pixar's greatest work, and are probably the best of the whole series. In fact, they're some of the best scenes in any film, period.
Rated 19 Jun 2010
88
71st
With Die Hard 4, Indiana Jones 4, and all the other countless sequels popping up 10+ years after their last installment, Pixar are the only people who have managed to create such a sequel that matches its predecessors. This film could've been released in 2002, I honestly wouldn't be able to tell. Even the biggest Pixar fans such as myself were nervous for Toy Story 3, but I'm dumbfounded with joy yet again. I really can't articulate how much I love this animation company.
Rated 29 Jun 2010
80
89th
I had forgotten how much I liked Toy Story. Not that this second sequel is a rehash.. If anything, it does a good job of treading new ground and is far more fresh than Toy Story 2. There are a surprising number of hilarious moments (high heels?), as well as some good sentimental segments. I prefer my sentimentality medium-rare without any garnish, and Toy Story hit the sweet spot. A great end to the trilogy, and I can only hope that the creative minds at Pixar have the sense to keep it that way.
Rated 26 Jun 2010
74
47th
What a perfectly orchestrated ending to this movie to end the trilogy. What a shame there is so little entertainment value in the rest of the movie for the older crowd, and so much inappropriate content for the younger crowd. Sadly I have to rate this movie overall as mediocre even though in my opinion the ending could not have been better.
Rated 04 Jul 2010
85
98th
I remember the original being my favourite childhood movie but I didn't expect to still be so amused and touched by Toy Story 3. Really, this is super entertainment, I didn't laugh out loud so much and hard in a movie theatre since Planet Terror (mark the contrast!). The end was extremely touching and I think Rex is the only movie caracter (together with A. Swarzenegger in the Terminator) who manages to make you laugh by every single line he says.
Rated 21 Jun 2010
85
96th
This is the perfect ending, I mean it brings so many memories at the begining of the movie. A whole generation of kids are watching this and thinking about the years that have passed.
Rated 22 Jun 2010
75
74th
"You're a piece of plastic! You were made to be thrown away!" Jesus Fucking Christ, Pixar.
Rated 21 Jun 2010
84
81st
Amazing what Pixar can do. Mr. Potato Head playing the roll of a tortilla was great. And the pull along phone's appearance really took me back. Woody, Buzz and the gang go out on a high note, and likely wrap this trilogy up in a bow. One of those rare times where I found a sequel to still hold strong. If you are a fan of this Pixar stuff you should see it. Definitely can be placed in the conversation as one of their best. The Return of the Claw too.
Rated 20 Jun 2010
90
97th
In a year where it seemed like Dreamworks would have a good shot at best animated feature with "How to Train Your Dragon", Pixar knocks it out of the park (again) and all but seals Dreamworks that they'll have to wait for another year. Even with all of the time gone by, the characters are still as fresh and funny as you remember them. There are more than a few touching scenes, and TS3 is quite simply one of (if not *the*) best computer animated films that I've ever seen. Phenomenal.
Rated 02 Sep 2011
100
99th
This is an evil movie. The first 20 minutes will make you sorry for ever discarding a toy, and the last 20 will make you cry a lot. Brilliant.
Rated 20 Jun 2010
80
75th
I swear Pixar has some sort of remote trigger to my heartstrings, because they got me to tear up AGAIN - not to the point of blubbering like some people have done, but there were a few tears of joy. It's one of those few second sequels that grows the characters, doesn't rehash previous plot points and leaves you satisfied at the end. It's a perfect finale to the series, so Disney, please, let it end here on the highest note possible.
Rated 17 Aug 2010
95
96th
I was going to post a full review, but I think I'll just copy OMGFridge and say "Thank you, Pixar".
Rated 19 Jun 2010
93
99th
Animated family comedy, and sequel to two previous movies, in which Woody and his toy-box friends are dumped in a day-care center after Woody's owner departs for college. an instant classic... to be treasured forever.
Rated 30 Jun 2010
85
94th
You can really see how a movie can benefit from releasing a sequel only when there is a story to tell, as opposed to a sequel every 2 years. Pixar filled this with care and it shows.
Rated 21 Jun 2010
100
99th
Too bad I can only give it 5 stars when it deserves infinity. A trilogy so finely crafted and superior to most everything else in every possible way that choosing one installment over another is simply impossible. The Toy Story saga is an unbelievable triumph of storytelling...a true gift from the movie gods (and John Lasseter) that will be timeless and beloved for as long as stories and goodness exists.
Rated 27 Mar 2012
100
99th
More trilogies like this, please.
Rated 18 Jun 2010
98
99th
A highly emotional conclusion, reminding you why you love these characters and bringing each of them truly satisfying closure. The choices Woody is faced with are complex and unpredictable. It also introduces a slew of fun new characters. Everything wraps up neatly, solidifying the Toy Story trilogy as one of the all time greats.
Rated 03 Jul 2010
89
98th
The emotional reaction Pixar is able to evoke using these plastic-y, inanimate objects is a testament to the unique and lovable characters they've created in this, the cleverest and most enthralling of the trilogy.
Rated 07 Nov 2010
80
78th
A great, poignant conclusion to the much-loved series that started it all for Pixar.
Rated 25 Jul 2010
81
64th
Good at inducing nostalgia, the best parts of the film are those that make you remember being a kid and making up stories with your toys. The story in between those moments, which come at the beginning and end, is good enough to be entertaining, though nothing all that special.
Rated 26 Jun 2010
100
98th
There's so many things to say...I'm speechless.
Rated 27 Jun 2010
90
91st
And for the third year in a row, Pixar knocks it out of the park. They should probably start building a bigger trophy case.
Rated 05 Jul 2010
93
90th
I had to privilege to grow up with these movies; Toy Story was the first movie I ever saw in theatres, at 5 years old. Now I'm in college, just like Andy. The animation was breathtaking, the characters, great as always. Toy Story 3 is much better than Toy Story 2, which was still a hell of a sequel. This was a well-done, fitting end to the series. Well done, once again, Pixar.
Rated 29 Jul 2010
50
28th
Disappointing. The end was very heartwarming, but most of the movie was very clichéd and almost lame (can't believe i'm saying this about a toy story movie). There were some good parts (spanish Buzz and the main villain), but everything else been done before better.
Rated 04 Jul 2010
82
76th
The pitch-perfect opening and ending bookend a surprisingly one-note toy adventure. Despite the entertaining escape scenes and gags, I felt like Pixar could have benefited from taking some narrative risks to break free from the fairly simple and too-oft-reminded conflict of "we must escape daycare!" and "does Andy still like us?". I can forgive them though. It's the plot points that go untold that truly stirred emotions: Where's Andy's dad, and what happened to the toys from the previous movies?
Rated 28 Jun 2010
90
93rd
'Toy Story 3' heads into some very dark and dramatic territory as issues of abandonment, imprisonment, purpose and demise culminate the proceedings. Where the first two films may have been a little more lighthearted and comedy-driven, 'Toy Story 3', while still having its humor, actually builds out of heartbreak, stirred emotion, and a lot of suspense. Forget the 3D--it's unnecessary--and see this for its brilliant writing, its comedic value, its dramatic nature, and its expert animation.
Rated 20 Jul 2010
83
67th
Ebert's comment about this having less emotion than the other two confused me, as it was full of it, to the point where, yes, I totally shed tears at the end. Other than that it was a hell of a lot of fun and surprisingly epic. Probably my favourite of the three, and definitely in Pixar's upper echelons
Rated 13 Mar 2011
80
70th
The story is nothing special, and crosses into familiar territory way too much for my liking. But still I can't help but be overwhelmed by nostalgia, and there are some great scenes. The ending is a good send-off for the series.
Rated 28 Aug 2010
100
95th
One of my FAVORITE films of ALL TIME! I cannot give high enough praise to this film. Funny, witty, sweet, smart, visually incredible... I laughed so hard my cheeks hurt... I cried... I didn't want it to end, and I want to see it again! The best praise I can think of is that I had unbelievably high expectations and it exceeded them. It managed to live up to Toy Story 1 and 2, at least as good, if not better (if that's possible). Truly a new favorite film!
Rated 27 Jun 2010
81
78th
The movie was everything it needed to be, but holy smokes - that opening sequence was nothing short of amazing. Honestly, they could churn out film after film of sequences of Andy and the toys' imaginary scenarios, and they'd be gold. GOLD!
Rated 29 Dec 2012
6
86th
the thing that really sticks in my head is that throwaway line about bo peep (and co.) having moved on. she's just... gone, since the last film, and it never comes up again not due to lazy storytelling but because there's an unspoken agreement between these characters to dance around that particular black hole, the one that they've really been dancing around since the beginning, lest it swallow them whole. honestly, it's as concise a summary of this trilogy as i can think of.
Rated 31 Jul 2010
95
89th
One would have thought Pixar must have exhausted all their ideas in making the first two films, and the fact that they have come up with yet another Toy Story with a fresh storyline, brimming with ideas and bustling with imagination, somehow keeping their stranglehold on genuine hilarity and emotional quotient very much intact. If Toy Story 3 is not remarkable in that sense, I don't know what will ever be. This one is a blast! For all ages. And for all shapes and sizes.
Rated 21 Jul 2010
97
95th
I laughed. I cried. I contemplated my own existence and relished over my nostalgic past. Toy Story 3 is not only Pixar's best film, but easily one of the best films of the past decade. Children and parents alike will not leave the theater disappointed; they'll be heading back over to the ticket booth to go see the movie again.
Rated 20 Jul 2010
83
88th
Pixar save the finest of the three Toy Story movies until last. It may lack the narrative strength of the first two movies, but the characters and set pieces are just so perfectly judged and executed it doesn't matter. Very funny and heartwarming, once again Pixar put DreamWorks best efforts to shame! Great villian too.
Rated 22 Jul 2010
95
96th
The best animated blockbuster ever made. Really a crowning achievement for Pixar.
Rated 23 Jun 2010
8
82nd
This movie has a couple of problems but it is a lot of fun. I still can't believe that the toys don't trust Woody after all they have been through (do they really think Woody is lying after all these years? I realize you need a plot but now you're just getting lazy Pixar). I'm also glad that they strayed away from the worst part of Toy Story 2, Jesse, and gave her little screen time. But what she got was actually gold. The ending is pretty much perfect.
Rated 18 Jul 2010
100
95th
Heartwarming and funny in the best Pixar tradition, this one blows away the "third in the trilogy" curse with genuine thrills and real emotion. Parents with kids leaving the nest are warned: you WILL tear up.
Rated 03 Jul 2010
90
92nd
Ken made this dazzling
Rated 03 Aug 2010
90
84th
If pixar keeps upping the animation ante like this every year, no one will ever want to see another studio's animations again.
Rated 29 Dec 2010
89
92nd
As someone who has had difficulty banishing his toys to the "flea market pile" from a very young age, and who would later play with his '80s WWF wrestling figures well past the point of social acceptability, I was expecting to be moved by this and I was right. I haven't seen much of Pixar's work but I think the studio is doing a real service by introducing young people to the concept of melancholy in a non-cloying way. Yes, it's OK to reflect on and think about the past...ephemera be damned.
Rated 23 Feb 2011
70
56th
It's a nice flick, ok...but #30 in the IMDB Top 250?! Oh give me a breaaaaak...
Rated 16 Jul 2010
87
75th
Not quite as good as the other Pixar films that have been pouring out of their studio (Wall-E, Up) but this is still a wonderful nostalgic trip for anyone that grew up with Toy Story. Never for a moment was I not entertained by this film, the cast is wonderful (including the guy that replaced poor old Jim Varney RIP) and most of the jokes are awesome. The only short point was the story which was too cookie-cutter compared to other Pixar films. Still, it's by Pixar, it has charm, watch it.
Rated 27 Apr 2013
85
73rd
A fun, and moving, final chapter for characters we've come to love.
Rated 16 Mar 2012
100
84th
Watch it BEFORE your kids. There is some deep stuff hidden in there.
Rated 15 Apr 2019
95
97th
The first one was a technical milestone, the second a good sequel, and the third film is a suitable send-off dealing with real issues of growing up, loss, and letting go. Fav scene: Lots-o betraying them on the conveyor belt because sometimes that's just how it goes, though he really didn't deserve his ending. Hopefully the fourth one doesn't suck.
Rated 31 Aug 2010
98
99th
This is a wonderful movie to end on with the Toy Story franchise. They could continue, but they don't need to.
Rated 31 Jul 2010
98
86th
I can't really describe how much this movie meant to me. I grew up with these toys and with Andy; they've always been there for me and how this movie ends is so incredibly powerful that I'm reduced to tears every time. Perfect conclusion to a great trilogy.
Rated 23 Jun 2010
68
62nd
More stylish than the past two, but also less original. Not nearly as good as the several Pixar films preceding it, though.
Rated 27 Mar 2011
90
93rd
Toy Story 2 had one of Disney's saddest moments (not to mention how well it made that moment). This film makes that look like nothing. I had no idea that a kids film could so fully make me face my own mortality...after laughing at a train of orphans fall off a cliff.
Rated 06 Jul 2010
100
94th
Not going to go into a lot of detail , just go watch it, it's incredible. It's packed with humour, it has an amazing plot, the characters are spot on, it's just so full of heart and the ending...wow, the ending! It's just perfect.
Rated 06 Mar 2012
50
9th
Lotso as one of the most superfluous characters ever.
Rated 19 Jun 2010
90
78th
These toys...they really got to me...
Rated 19 Oct 2010
88
94th
I was highly suspicious what they can dig out of the theme they did not yet. But Toy Story 3 was really a top notch animation filled with ingenious small ideas and deeply lovable characters. Spanish Buzz Lightyear stole the show in the latter part. Nice touch.
Rated 27 Jul 2010
70
76th
Great closure to the story. Very nostalgic
Rated 18 Aug 2010
97
87th
Best animated movie of all time!
Rated 16 Oct 2010
9
94th
Totoro indeed!
Rated 18 Mar 2018
90
95th
A fantastic end to the series. And it only took me 8 years to watch it...
Rated 18 Jun 2010
91
96th
Excellent, as you'd expect from Pixar. The plot with the villain feels the same as Toy Story 2, though. Jealous neglected toy is angry.
Rated 04 Nov 2010
100
95th
A fitting end to a masterful trilogy. This movie has grown men weeping.
Rated 05 Jul 2011
88
95th
how the hell pixar pulling out such exemplary writing over and over is completely beyond me. this is the third and best in an overwhelmingly ground breaking trilogy, while it's hardly innovative in a time where computer animation movies are being crapped out in numbers rivaling catholics, it makes up for that in a profoundly sentimental and utterly well written story.
Rated 02 Nov 2010
87
95th
I could spend all day lavishing praise on the technical accomplishment, the quality of the animation and character design, the script's creativity or the vocal performances. Similarly I could nitpick some of the characters, gags and the film's tone. But there's no need for any of that; the bottom line is, the emotional core of this story is pure gold, and if it doesn't pull your heartstrings damn near out of their sockets you're a frigid, broken shell of a human being with some kind of disorder.
Rated 03 Jul 2010
75
31st
Toy Story 3 is a movie stuck in purgatory; one can't easily label it as "bad" or "good". it recycles and reuses old themes from other pixar and toy story movies, not necessarily bordering boring predictability while still leaving the audience a bit tired. and after all of these, a wonderful ending and a very beautiful sequence delivers on what a toy story film can ever promise, confusing you furthermore. thanks to all of these, it's not a movie easily rankable, but it's a movie worth watching.
Rated 21 Jan 2011
90
85th
I'm an emotional wreck. I guess I'd say that I like the first two a bit more, but just barely. They're all way up there. It's official: Toy Story is Snow White. We'll still be marveling at it 80 years from now.
Rated 12 Jun 2013
94
89th
Toy Story 3 is the final entry in the franchise that began in 1995. After all those years, it didn't disappoint. This is a very emotional finale. And that is thanks to the relationship that we have built up with these characters. I was 4 years old when I saw the first movie. This movie came out in 2010. I was 19. This was a franchise that I, and so many viewers, grew up with alongside Andy. Toy Story 3 is my favorite in the series, and I feel fortunate to have experienced it from the start.
Rated 30 Dec 2010
98
99th
Amazing. How is it that I can care so much about these little toys? This movie is thrilling and heartbreaking with some really warm, funny moments. I can not say enough good things about this movie, or the previous two Toy Storys for that matter.
Rated 07 Jan 2011
100
98th
Stellar stuff, when the toys resign themselves to their fate at the climax it had some real power. Probably the best way to end this trilogy I can think of. That is as long as Pixar leaves the storyline be, which I hope and suspect they will.
Rated 15 Nov 2010
75
66th
Very fun, but with a script lacking that extra push that immortalises the original.
Rated 03 Jul 2010
85
93rd
Mistake - 1) When Rex resets Buzz, the battery cover is off. Then Buzz jumps up and starts speaking Spanish, but when he is talking to Jesse his battery cover is back on. 2) In the first scene both Mr and Mrs Potato Head are missing an eye. However, when Andy picks up Mr Potato head, he suddenly has two eyes.

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