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John Nolte: Toy Story 3 is a Masterpiece

Posted on June 17 2010 3:45 pm
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The miracle of “Toy Story 3” is not that Pixar has done it again and created yet another animated masterpiece (they’ve spoiled us, we now expect this). It’s that 15 years after the original and 10 years after the first sequel, number three manages to somehow surpass what we all thought were unsurpassable predecessors. After all, how do you improve on perfection? But brimming with more imagination than any ten films put together, the continuing saga of Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and company, somehow does improve on perfection with an enchanting, heartfelt and exciting adventure that casts a spell from the opening Old West fantasy sequence, straight through to a memorable set of end-credits.


Andy, the boy who owns this now iconic set of toys, is all grown up. 17 and leaving for college, Andy has to decide what to do with the playthings of his childhood. Built to be loved and played with and already feeling neglected by an owner whose outgrown them, a series of simple and not-so-simple mix ups lands the increasingly neurotic and insecure contents of Andy’s toy box at a daycare center that at first glance appears to be a kind of Toy Heaven — a never-ending supply of children who will forever love and play with them.

But is it all too good to be true?

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