My only "complaint" would be that 3D added nothing to the movie. For the most part while I was watching I forgot the movie was even in 3D. If you have the choice, save $2 (or whatever) and watch it in a regular theater.
Finally watched it this weekend. I'm having a hard time writing this since my eyes are still swollen from all the crying I did at the end of the movie. Luckily in the theatre those freakishly large 3D glasses helped to hide some of that, but from all the blubbering I heard going on around me, I'd guess I wasn't the only one crying.
Toy Story 3 - Andy is now 17 years old and heading off to college. He plans to take Woody with him and store the rest of the toys in the attic but, due to a snafu, all the toys find themselves donated to the Sunnyside Daycare centre. The centre is filled with friendly toys and playful children so, with his friends seemingly safe, Woody decides to return home so that he can remain with Andy. Back at Sunnyside, the toys soon discover that life there has a much darker side to it and that they must escape in order to save themselves. Woody, having meanwhile found out about the evil goings-on at Sunnyside, returns to help his friends. Getting away from the centre will be difficult...but will it be any easier for the toys to find a safe and happy new home?
Eleven years after TS2, Pixar knocks another one out of the park with a wonderful sequel - filled with fun, adventure, excitement, danger, laughter and friendship - that blends perfectly with the originals. And the ending is very satisfying. (Additionally, the new short - "Day & Night" - was terrific.)
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