Review of Toy Story 3 – Disney’s Next Animal Story
Review of Toy Story 3 is just one of the many high points in an eventful movie. It’s a coming of age story that follows Woody pride of heart, Buzz Lightyear, and a cast of amazing characters from the original animated film. Movie review: Big, touching ending to Pixar’s classic animated franchise. Buzz Lightyear is on a mission to find his true love, Bo Peep, played by Holly Hunter, a live action hook girl in the film. He teams up with Bo Peep’s ex-girlfriend Debra (Meryl Streep), played by Stephanie Powell.
As in previous films, Buzz ends up having to go on the run in pursuit of Woody, following a crime he is involved in. The story line includes several other fantastic characters and a number of wonderful, sentimental songs, including the classic “I remember you”. When I watched it, I was reminded of some of the best Disney movies like Kung Pow Enter the Fist and Finding Nemo. The storyline and acting was very well done, as expected, but it did feel a little generic at times. However, by the end of the film it didn’t matter, because by that point in the film everyone would be familiar with Buzz Lightyear and Bo Peep.
Overall, it’s a fun movie that isn’t too serious nor too silly. It’s a great example of how children can be characters in a child based movie. The main storyline involves Buzz Lightyear toys being sold by people who are trying to avoid the government regulation that bans them. With a strong central theme of family and parental relationships, it manages to be a family friendly movie even for parents who may not have great expectations for this movie. A quick, easy, and enjoyable PSA or Parents Online review of toy story 4 parent review can be found at The CCVideo Blog.