The toys are mistakenly delivered to a day-care center instead of the attic right before Andy leaves for college, and it's up to Woody to convince the other toys that they weren't abandoned and to return home.
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Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang embark on a road trip with Bonnie and a new toy named Forky. The adventurous journey turns into an unexpected reunion as Woody's slight detour leads him to his long-lost friend Bo Peep. As Woody and Bo discuss the old days, they soon start to realize that they're two worlds apart when it comes to what they want from life as a toy.Written by
The beautiful chandelier in this scene was the hardest shot to render in the movie. The light reflecting through the glass took upwards of 1000 hours of computer time per frame to render. See more »
When the gang is trying to escape Gabby Gabby's cabinet, Woody is held by his extended voicebox string. Yet one of his voicebox lines plays. The string has to be taken back up into the voicebox in order for the record to play. See more »
[it's raining outside of Andy's house and thunder rumbles]
Whoa! It's raining cats and dogs out there! I hope they make it back all right.
Heads up! Andy's coming!
[Jessie gasps, and she, Bullseye, and Hamm pose as toys while Andy comes in with everyone else]
Andy, time for dinner.
Yes! I'm starving!
Don't forget to wash your hands!
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The Pixar logo at the start develops rain, which leads into the opening.
The Pixar logo at the end replaces Luxo Jr with Duke Caboom (continuously doing stunts on his bike), and when he's done stomping on the I in the logo, Combat Carl runs in and finally gets a high-five. See more »
Watching this animated film as an adult, I was thinking during the first half an hour why was this even made? Why am I watching a cartoon about a pathetic looking spork made of chewing gum and why all the fuss about it? Couldn't they come up with something better in 9 years? As it went along, the story improved and at the end I did enjoy it but no way near as the previous ones.
The new toys are different from what we saw in the earlier movies and have some interesting personalities which lead to good toy-chemistry and some funny moments. The plot has some originality but at times feels repetitive with decisions being forced and characters acting inconsistent to their personalities not to mention some of them being left behind as a whole. Also, the fact that the entire plot hinges on a spork, makes it difficult to fully appreciate despite the philosophical points and messages that it sends.
I did enjoy the first 3 Toy Stories but I felt that this one fell short of its predecessors in establishing an emotional connection and leaving me with a feeling of overall wholesomeness by the end of the story which is sad because this is what Pixar has always been known for. As an adult, I would not say that this one is a must watch unless you are a die hard fan of the franchise or have children. Its good but not as phenomenal as everyone is saying.
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