There's something about Toy Story that gets people. Especially me. I practically grew up with Andy and all the toys. We all did. Which surely explains why it was so emotional and heartbreaking to watch the third, and probably the last, installment of Toy Story; aka Toy Story 3. What a sight that movie theater was. There was a very emotional moment in the film, and I could feel the unwanted and immature tears forming in my throat, but as I looked to the left, I saw a grown woman bawling with her two kids on both sides of her. Okay, so I'm not one to spoil a movie, but the third in the Toy Story trilogy continues where the second left off: what happens to them when Andy goes off to college? On the road to figuring that out, including a wild time at Sunnyside Daycare, Woody and the gang partake on an adventure like no other. I would definitely go check out Toy Story 3 at the theaters, or if you don't enjoy the overwhelming emotions in the theater, wait to buy it on DVD.
Toy Story 3
June 22, 2010