and from WalMart.com (or else I would not shop from you, right?).\nHaving said that, HOWEVER, I find it irritating in the EXTREME that I cannot find the following items, which I want on DVD (NOT Blu Ray, although Blu Ray is acceptable if packaged with the DVD's, AND as long as the price is very reasonable (which I consider to be about $40 fro each set)). Thanks.\nthe Star Wars Original Trilogy; the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy; the Toy Story Trilogy;
The question was never going to be, 'Is Toy Story 3 any good?' ... The question could only be, 'To what degree does Toy Story 3 make you wish you could grab a hold of the wonder that is life and squeeze it as if it were a teddy bear?'
Where to start...My family has been in love with the Toy Story movies since the beginning. The animation is wonderful. Each successive movie goes beyond the imagination in technology. Number 3 has a great storyline which is funny, exciting, sweet, and heartbreaking. If Pixar makes a number 4 to bring all the toys back to Andy it will complete the story. If not, then it is rather upsetting to fans because in movies 1 and 2 and most of 3 the toys are doing anything and everything to get back to Andy where they belong. Just seems wrong to leave them with someone else. Hopefully fans will let Pixar know that the toys belong with Andy regardless of his growing up.
I really enjoyed all 3 of these movies. I especially enjoyed \"Wild Hogs\". This was a very funny movie and alot of well known actors. This was a great bargain for all 3 movies. It was worth the money and alot of good entertainment.
Was it the greatest movie? Definitely not but it was enjoyable. Was it the greatest buddy bike movie? Yes, definitely. The movie, with the exception of the wasted scenes with John McGinley (who I like as an actor but disliked the character in the movie), was a great fun, family movie (oh and the skinny dipping scene with the family that showed up). We need a sequel.