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Toy Story 3 [Blu-ray]  [US Import]
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The creative minds behind Disney Pixar's groundbreaking animated blockbusters invite you back inside the toy box for a heartwarming and hilarious High Definition movie experience you'll never forget. In Toy Story 3, Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks), Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and the rest of the Toy Story gang return for an all-new adventure, along with a few new faces some plastic, some plush including Barbie's counterpart Ken (Michael Keaton), a thespian hedgehog named Mr. Pricklepants (Timothy Dalton) and a strawberry-scented bear named Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear (Ned Beatty). As Andy prepares to depart for college, Woody, Buzz, Jessie and the rest of Andy's faithful toys wonder what will become of them. But, when a mix-up lands them at Sunnyside Daycare, they meet a host of new toys and soon discover a wild new adventure is just beginning! Buzzing with hours of exclusive bonus features including an interactive trivia game, and the Pixar short film Day & Night, Toy Story 3 goes to infinity and beyond on Blu-ray Hi-Def!
Toy Story 3 BLU-RAY Disc Set features:
- Teaser Cars 2 early sneak peak
- Day And Night theatrical short
- Bonus: The Gang's All Here, Toys! Epilogue
- Buzz Lightyear Mission Logs: The Science Of Adventure (conj with NASA)
- Paths To Pixar: Editorial
- Studio Stories: Where's Gordon, Cereal Bar, Clean Start
- A Toy's Eye View: Creating A Whole New Land
- Alex Syntek music video
- Cine-explore by director Lee Unkrich and producer Darla Anderson
- Beginnings with Michael Arndt
- Bonnie's Playtime A story roundtable
- Roundin' Up A Western Opening
- Goodbye Andy
- The Accidental Toymakers Of Pixar
- Life Of A Short
- Making of Day And Night
- Ken's...Day And Night theatrical shortThe Gang's All Here, Toys! EpilogueA Toy's Eye View: Creating A Whole New Lan...Weight (kg): 0.21Dimensions (cm): 17 x 14 x 2
Find a better third movie in any franchise to date, and you’ll really be doing something special. For Toy Story 3 sets a massively high bar for future threequels, and delivers the best family film in some time as it does so.
It picks up some time after Toy Story 2, with Andy off to college, leaving the likes of Woody, Buzz and Mr Potato Head with an uncertain future. A series of events soon leave them in the midst of a daycare centre, but things, inevitably, don’t turn out quite as expected.
To say any more about the story would be to spoil some of the fun, so instead, let’s just say this: Toy Story 3 is a sensational piece of work. It takes a little bit of time to ultimately get going, but when it starts firing on all cylinders, it’s packed with some genuinely incredible action sequences, moments of real suspense, and some terrific comedy, too. It’s all blended together effortlessly well, and is tied up with an ending that’ll surely melt the hardest of hearts.
And, what’s more, its high definition presentation is reference standard. Animated generally comes out better than anything else when presented in 1080p, and Toy Story 3 more than proves that. It looks, and sounds, staggering. And that this presentational work is attached to such a terrific film makes this, ultimately, one of the finest Blu-rays on the market. Easily recommended. --Jon Foster --This text refers to the DVD edition.
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The film deals with a lot of deep issues and is definitely the darkest of all the series, but in my opinion it is the best. The graphics are utterly stunning, and if you were to compare the first Toy Story with Toy Story 3, you will see how far computer animation has come in the past 16 years. The story line has you glued to the cinema screen from the beginning, and never ceases to lose you throughout the 90 minutes.
Toy Story 3 brings back all the main characters from the first two films; Woody, Buzz, Jessie, Bullseye, Mr & Mrs Potato Head, Hamm, Slinkly Dog and my personal favourite, Rex. It also introduces new characters, such as Losto the Hugging Bear (Who smells of strawberries!) and Ken, whom is the funniest of all the characters.
In my opinion, this movie is the perfect film. As it appeals to any age group, makes you laugh and even if you have watched it a 100 times it still feels like its your first.
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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.Read more ›
Andy (John Morris) is now 17 years old and preparing to go to college. Almost all Andy's old toys have already been either thrown away in the trash or donated, all the toys that are left are Buzz (Tim Allen), Woody (Tom Hanks), Jessie (Joan Cusack), Bullseye, Slinky Dog (Blake Clark), Mr & Mrs. Potato Head (Don Rickles & Estelle Harris), Hamm (John Ratzenberger), Rex (Wallace Shawn) and the Green Aliens (Jeff Pidgeon). They are worried about what will happen to them when Andy goes to college, will they be thrown in the trash, left in the attic or will Andy take them with him. The third option being the most unlikely. When Andy is packing his stuff, the toys find themselves ending up in Sunnyside day care centre, which seems like heaven to them all. Run by Lotso (Ned Beaty), what seems to be a heaven for toys turns out to be somewhat of a hell for the old gang and they have to find a way back home before Andy goes to college.
I'm a massive fan of the original movies as these are something I've literally grown up with.Read more ›
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Despite the fact that they have seen it several times my godchildren we're delighted with this when I gave it,to them and have watched it over and over again. Read morePublished 2 months ago by GrandmaRose