Since 1995, we have all dreaded the idea that Andy would one day grow up. After what happened to Jesse in Toy Story 2, what future can await Woody, Buzz and friends? It's 15 years later and we've finally figured out what exactly is going on with all the toys we've grown to love. Toy Story 3 is a wonderful, heartfelt story that has the ability to make the coldest heart warm. Everyone will enjoy this movie, young and old. In true Pixar style, no one is left behind from the magic of this movie.

At age 17, Andy is on his way to college. As the toys have been played with less and less over the years, Woody, Buzz and all of them dream of arrangements to get Andy to play with them again. "Operation Playtime" is not going well and they have to watch the music. It's time to go to the attic, a fate that Jesse in particular fears. The toy soldiers hit the road; they parachute out the window and disappear into the wind. Woody is the only toy Andy throws in the college box, and everyone else goes in a trash can for the ceiling. There's a mix of bags, and after barely escaping the trash, all of Andy's toys, including Woody, end up on Sunnyside Day Care. To begin with, all the toys besides Woody seem happy to finally be played with again. But for Woody, Andy is their owner, and if he wants them in the attic, then they should be in the attic. Lotso -Huggin 'Bear seems to be driving things to the toys in Sunnyside. When the toy is moved from the Butterfly Room to the younger, rougher Caterpillar Room, Buzz eventually reveals some creepy plans happening in Sunnyside.

The new / older toy introduced in Toy Story 3 will bring back memories such as the Fisher Price Chatter Phone and the monkey with cymbals. Bonnie, who participates in Sunnyside Day Care, is a new character that you will instantly love. Her playtime with toys is filled with great imagination and care, a reminder of the little boy who is now all an adult.

Almost all of the original voices are left with the amazing additions of Bonnie Hunt, Kristen Schaal (Flight of the Conchords) and Jeff Garlin (Curb Your Enthusiasm). Slinky Dog's voice has changed due to Jim Varney's passing. Sid, the evil neighbor boy from the original Toy Story, even looks, this time like a garbage man.

Some entertaining features of Pixar movies are the inclusion of "Easter eggs" in their movies. Easter eggs are hidden bits that refer to past and future Pixar film projects, as well as tributes to people or films that filmmakers also want to pay tribute to. There are 60 Easter eggs in Toy Story 3! My favorites in Toy Story 3 include Totoro (a gray, fat rabbit-like creature) from Hayao Miyazaki's 1988 film My Neighbor Totoro. https://raknung.com/%e0%b8%94%e0%b8%b9toystory/

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Since 1995, we have all dreaded the idea that Andy would one day grow up. After what happened to Jesse in Toy Story 2, what future can await Woody, Buzz and friends? It's 15 years later and we've finally figured out what exactly is going on with all the toys we've grown to love. Toy Story 3 is a wonderful, heartfelt story that has the ability to make the coldest heart warm. Everyone will enjoy this movie, young and old. In true Pixar style, no one is left behind from the magic of this movie.