MOVIE REVIEW- <i>Toy</i> joy: Woody, Buzz and friends still delight
The first two Toy Story movies centered on the relationship between a boy and his toys. In Pixar's Toy Story 3, young Andy has grown to college age and the story leaves the toys pretty much on their own. In a third act where they find themselves fighting for life on a conveyor belt to a garbage incinerator, we fear it could be renamed Toy Story Triage.
The problems all begin with that most dreaded of commands, "Clean out your room!" No mother in history understands that a boy's room has all of his stuff exactly where he needs it, even if he dumped it there 10 years earlier. Andy's mom gives him three choices: (1) attic; (2) donation to a day care center; (3) trash. Examining his old toys, his gaze lingers fondly on Woody (voice by Tom Hanks), and he decides to take him along to college.... [full review]