This movie is yet another great animation from Pixar! Great movie for kids and adults. My 2 year old and 8 year old LOVE!!! The 2 year old will sit for a long time and really get into the story. Now that says everything because most of the time is can't sit still! LOL
This movie is a great animation from Pixar! Great movie for kids and adults. My 2 year old boy and 8 year boy old LOVE!!! The 2 1\/2 year old will sit for a long time watching and really get into the story. He does this with all three Toy Story's. Now that says everything because most of the time he can't sit still! LOL
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.
Larry Crowne, Hanks' second effort behind the camera, makes It's a Wonderful Life look like Enter the Void. It's a cute movie that never meant to hurt no one, and that's the best thing I can say about it.
To pluck romantic comedy from the jaws of a social crisis is a laudable project, worthy of Preston Sturges, and it's a pity that this featherlight drama-written by Tom Hanks and Nia Vardalos, and directed by Hanks himself-should falter in its task.
Drenched in schmaltz and oozing with saccharine sweetness, Hanks and Ryan squeeze every last drop of cornball sentimentality out of the script, but -- despite all the puff about their on-screen chemistry -- fail to ignite many sparks.
Still waiting on Wal-Mart to get it to me. I think they lost it. My Credit card company has already sent me the bill for it and I've paid them already and I still haven't seen it yet. I talked to customer service, they don't know, so I set here waiting for it and they finally send me an email to rate it. LOL, don't they know that I don't have it yet? Oh, I see were they want a photos of this product. Hmmmm, That's funny, how do you take a picture of something that you don't have?
Although I looked forward to seeing this movie, I found it nothing more than a commercial free (sorta) long TV episode. Nothing new, no really interesting story line, just like Sunday night on Fox TV. It got old after about 20 minutes for me. So.....I can not recommend it to anyone over the age of 6. Wait till it comes out on TV.
Thought this was interesting. I am asked to review a product that I have yet to receive. It states, at the latest, I should expect to receive it tomorrow. Send me another survey at that time and I'll let you know