Film Review #81 Toy Story 3Toy Story 3 (2010)More Like This
I was fortunate enough to be among the group of children who grew up with the Toy Story trilogy, most notably one of its human characters, Andy. When the first Toy Story came out in 1995, my cousins and I were roughly around Andy's age. By the time the third and supposedly final chapter of this series hits theatre in 2010, we were also in our college years. In the span of 15 years it took to tell these stories, not only has the toys grew on us but we had grown with them. Yes, I was a little bit sad when the end credits rolled in as it felt like a final farewell to some of the most memorable Pixar characters I had ever known. Rarely a third film in a series is just as good or better than its first two predecessors, but Toy Story 3 definitely earned its ranking place like The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
In the first two classical Toy Story films, the plot focused on the t
WoodyxBo - Their final nightShe stood absolutely still. A perfect porcelain statue. Her golden curls resting on her slender neck, and her pale pink bonnet perched on top of her beautiful hair. She clutched her Shepherd's Crook in her smooth hands, her cheek elegantly resting against the hook in a demure fashionMore Like This
One couldn't tell by looking at her, but Bo was listening intently to the conversation going on not a foot away from where her lamp sat on Molly's bedside table. It was 9:42 and Mom was tucking Molly into bed.
"Honey, can you think of anything else that you want to sell at the yard sale tomorrow?" Mom asked. "What about Mrs. Potato Head?"
"No!" Molly said quickly. "I want to keep her. Besides, Andy keeps her in his toy box."
"Okay," Mom conceded. She glanced around. "What about your Bo Peep lamp?" She suggested. "You just got a new one from your aunt."
Molly looked regretfully at the lamp sitting on her bedside table. "Alright." She said softly.
"Okay." Mom said. She kissed Molly's forehead. "I'll come for