I saw this over the weekend. Once again, Pixar demonstrates that an animated film can have more heart, intelligence, wit, and fun than most of the big budget nonsense out there in the cineplexes. It's not the revelation some of Pixar's work has been, and it's not quite at the level of the first TOY STORY, but this film was very funny and very moving. It's also the darkest of the TOY STORY movies. My nine-year-old friend Anna was very upset by several point, but that's because she cared so much about these toys. Heck, I was very upset! But it's a very good movie, and I'm happy to report that Andy has gone from being a good kid to being a good young man.
Post by outerbankschick on Jun 28, 2010 22:57:53 GMT -5
I'd like to see it, and I won't even take a kid with me for cover! LOL! I remember years ago, my ex-husband and I went to see The Lion King together and realized that we were not the only adults there without kids.