Toy Story 3 (Triple Play) DVD+Blu-ray
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Directed by Lee Unkrich
Produced in 2010
Main Language - English
Countries & Regions - American film
Contemporary Action & Adventure • Contemporary Family Films • Contemporary Blu-rays • Disney Animation • Animation - Blu-ray • Action & Adventure Blu-rays • Family Animations • Contemporary Family Films • Family Films on Blu-ray
Pixar tackle the fate of all toys in the third instalment of their CGI series. Milo Wakelin finds laughs, thrills and tender emotion in one of the best films of the year, whatever your age.
Toy Story 3 has the unenviable task of living up to its critically-acclaimed predecessors and bringing closure to a much-loved series. Thankfully, Pixar’s latest lives up timatioo their tradition of quality storytelling, technical expertise and artistic excellence – and even pays homage to The Great Escape along the way.
Andy, just 6 years old in the original Toy Story (1995), is off to college, and his surviving toys must face an uncertain future either in the attic, or the dumpster (a fate worse than death followed by actual death). After a mixup, they are donated to Sunnyside Daycare, presided over by the affable Lotso bear. But Sunnyside is not all that it seems, and Buzz and Woody discover that getting out is far more difficult than getting in.
What sets Pixar apart from other recent CGI films is that behind their unmatched technique lies real artistry, and their animators’ ability to bring static plastic to life recalls the magic of Pinocchio (1940), Disney’s most accomplished 2D animation.
Funny, thrilling and unexpectedly moving, Toy Story 3 is one of the best films of the year, and a must for fans of animation young or old.
Milo Wakelin on 19th October 2010
Author of 103 reviews
Third instalment in the Pixar/Disney CGI-animated series. When their owner, Andy (voiced by John Morris), clears out his bedroom in preparation for starting college, Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz (Tim Allen) and the rest of the toy-box gang are dumped in the donations box at a local nursery school and find themselves at the mercy of a horde of wild, sticky-fingered toddlers. As they struggle to stay together while coping with the chaos, the gang meet a new bunch of toys led by pink teddy bear Lotso (Ned Beatty), while Barbie (Jodie Benson) is at last united with her male counterpart, Ken (Michael Keaton). The yearning to return home cannot be ignored, however, and many comical adventures ensue as the toys make a series of elaborate escape attempts.
Publisher: Buena Vista
Length: 86 mins
Cat No: BUF0151301
Format: DVD+Blu-ray Colour
- 4 discs
- Triple Play: contains Blu-ray, DVD & Digital Copy
- Toy Story Trivia Dash - Interactive Game
- Cine-Explore With Director Lee Unkrich & Producer Darla Anderson
- Beginnings: Setting A Story In Motion
- Bonnie's Playtime - A Story Roundtable With Director Lee Unkrich
- Roundin' Up A Western Opening
- Beyond The Toy Box: An Alternative Commentary Track
- Paths To Pixar: Editorial
- 3 Studio Stories.