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Toy Story 3 | Movie Review


Hi guys, it's been a while since the last time I updated my blog. Well, I have been so busy lately for doing nothing. MySpace Last week, I watched the third sequel of Toy Story franchise. Yes, Woody is back after years of long sleep. This movie review is about Toy Story 3.

What happen with your toys when you grow up? Do you throw them to the nearest bin? Do you ever think your toys feeling? Well, you better do that if your toys can speak and act like humans as in Toy Story 3. 




This movie tells about Woody (the cowboy doll character) and his toy fellows belonged to Andy. Since Andy is now a grown up boy, going to college soon, he never plays with his toys anymore. If you watch Toy Story 1 and 2, you will ask "what happen with the other toys? Why are there only few toys remaining in this movie?" Andy is off to college soon and he has to select which belongings he will take with him to the college. To their surprise, the toys are all put in a black plastic bag except one toy, Woody. The other toys think that Andy is going to throw them away. They feel so bad and thus, they choose to go along with Barbie, to a kind of kindergarten where it is said to be the heaven for the neglected toys. However, finally Woody reveals that the kindergarten is not the heaven for their friends; instead it is a hell for them. How will Woody save his friends? Will it have a happy ending? Will the toys be happy again? 


In my opinion, Toy Story 3 is the best Toy Story movies ever made. It has so many positive moral values to teach to children and adult as well. It teaches us to appreciate anything whether it is a dead thing or living thing. They are all part of our lives and thus we should take a good care of them. As an animation movie, it certainly offers you more than a silly animation story. It offers you with great story line and many entertaining as well as heartbreaking scenes MySpace  

Once you watch this, you will think back to your childhood. You will think back to your toys and think whether you have treated them properly enough or not. Well, may be, it is just another message to adult, "don't be afraid to act like kids sometimes because kids can be much wiser than adults".

Watch this and I guarantee you that it will not disappoint you.MySpace

So I rate this movie 9 out of 10 points ... Watch this !!! MySpace

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