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Toy Story 3 2010 Subtitles

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"Toy Story 3" welcomes Woody, Buzz and the whole gang back to the big screen as Andy prepares to depart for college and his loyal toys find themselves in daycare! These untamed tots with their sticky little fingers do not play nice, so it's all for one and one for all as plans for the great escape get under-way.

Tom Hanks, Tim Allen
1 hour, 42 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Children & Family, Animated
Director Lee Unkrich
Starring Tom Hanks, Tim Allen
Supporting actors Joan Cusack, Ned Beatty, Don Rickles, Michael Keaton, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger, Estelle Harris, John Morris, Jodi Benson, Emily Hahn, Laurie Metcalf, Blake Clark, Teddy Newton, Bud Luckey, Bea Miller, Javier Fernández-Peña, Timothy Dalton, Lori Alan
BBFC rating Universal, suitable for all
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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4.7 out of 5 stars

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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Picard TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Nov. 2010
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
If we are considering the medium at first, which is of course a Blu-Ray for this product, then you absolutely won't be disappointed. Toy Story 3 is by far and away one of the best High Def films I've watched to date and undoubtedly the most beautiful looking of the Toy Story saga. This is likely to be expected since it is a modern production, but we should also consider that the original Toy Story (1995), whilst looking sharper than ever in High Def, also reveals the older technology that produced the film. Toy Story 3, however, almost looks good enough to touch.

One of the greater aspects visually is the use of colour, and its of course amazing to see how far Pixar have come in just 15 years. Every environment has its own specific colour timing; the grass and tree leaves pierce out of the TV, but most astonishing is the scene at the Waste Depot, where the small shards of metal seem to roll on endlessly as if each one was designed and rendered separately. Along with Disney's release of 'Fantasia' earlier this month, these two films would be the only demonstrations I would personally need for Blu-Ray technology. And thats without describing the lossless soundtrack that, as with every Pixar Blu-Ray, just fills the room with a wonderful dynamic range. During the 'Freak Out' scene where Ken models his clothing, the kick-drum sounded as if it was being hit in front of me.

I'm holding back from talking too much about the film itself, given it has been talked of so much already. All I will say on this matter is that it does indeed take a different direction to the previous two films, but does so in such a way that is more bold. Toy Story 3 features more moral values and heart than its former films, and thats what won me over as it being the best of the trio.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 29 Aug. 2011
Format: DVD
I took my eldest son to see this at the cinema last year as a mummy-son treat and he was transfixed from start to finish. He may be six but not one concept of this amazing film was lost on him. By the end of the film we were both bawling our faces off and it's taken about ten watches of the DVD to get us to stop tearing up at the end. I wouldn't say we are desensitised to the emotion, just a little more stiff-upper-lip!

Toy Story 3 is just as clever, just as entertaining and just as funny as the first [ "That wasn't flying... That was falling with style!"] and second films. We awwed and sniffled at the fact that Andy is now all grown up and I felt truly guilty remembering my own childhood toys I outgrew. I loved the Ken and Barbie sequences, the references to Sunnyside being like a prison and little Bonnie was simply delightful. How is it possible that one trilogy could improve with every film??

As the credits rolled I thought "oh my God, it's over. No more Toy Story." And it made me feel a little empty. They couldn't go on forever and let's face it everything must come to an end sometime but waaaahhhhhh! I'm just glad the toys got a fitting conclusion to their fifteen-year story.

I was 16 when Toy Story came out and remember being completely over-awed by the computer graphics rather than the cartoons I had grown up ith. The lines were laugh-out-loud and I bought the VHS within days of its release. Now at 32 I have two boys of my own and they love it just as much as I did/still do! The youngest is 2 and a half and he goes crazy for Buzz and Woody. As long as they keep the Toy Story 1-3 Box Set [DVD] unscratched, I hope they continue to enjoy them for years to come.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mikeymikemikey on 3 Jan. 2011
Format: DVD
...unless seeing children's toys make you angry or something, because this is the most fun animated film yet, hell the most fun film ever. You know what toy story 1 I would say would always be my favourite well move over because toy story 3 is in town and it's amazing. Also if you are like me and found that the boy especially in toy story 2 looked like an old man well you're in luck they've fixed it, man it really annoyed me I don't know why it just did, though the mum looks to young but that's not really important.

The IMPORTANT thing is the great story they have written and buzz speaking Spanish, great idea, don't worry me saying that won't destroy the joke because well I knew this and I still love it. They put these toys in such peril and give them such character I feel I must search for my lost toys, because knowing their despair can't do anything but think about how I threw them away not caring for their feelings. But remembering how fun it was to melt a toy solider (which you should never do) I soon stopped caring.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Janie Reader on 25 Nov. 2010
Format: Blu-ray
Toy Story was a real benchmark in terms of animation. It captivated audiences with its groundbreaking visuals for the time and touching sentiment. Ironically never before had computer animation felt so real and human.

The third and supposedly final installment of the much loved franchise retains that same warmth and heart whilst not only delivering on the visuals but also pushing the boundaries of in terms of what is possible. Once again Toy Story 3; after Wall E and UP, is the perfect testament to showcase how pixar are the leading pioneers in animation. Far superior to anything dream works can cough up.

In contrast to the first and second outing, Toy Story 3 touches on subjects more adult than its counterparts, focusing on the dynamics of the relationships seen within family life and specifically the impact that the kids growing up has upon the family struture. Even though the film deals with slightly darker issues such as loss and despair, in true toy story fashion the subjects are addressed with a real tenderness and the tone still remains upbeat and light hearted through its witty humour such as Buzz being reset in spanish and well developed likeable characters such as Barbie and Ken that are a welcome addition to the series, both of which inevitably prove to be the most plastic of all the toys.

On the Blu Ray platform it looks breathtaking. Especially evident within the opening sequence; which I would use to showcase blu ray and its capabillities as their are an array of colours which are rich and vivid. Also throughout the film the settings and characters look sharper and more lifelike than ever. It was enchanting and I was totally immersed.

Ultimatley Toy STory 3 is still a family film so it certainly appeals to an audience both young and old, and for many this film will be more of a treasured gem than merely a film as it captures childhood and nostalgia for toy story is something we have all grown up with.
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