This movie inspired because it just one of the greatest movies I've seen in years. It's just amazing how this movie was designed and presented. I've been waiting for this movie for over 10 years and what a movie. This movie was greatly presented. I also liked their theme as it was similar to Wall-E which was a eminently green message: it’s better to reuse than to throw away if there’s life still in old material, old toys, old ideas. This was a masterpiece in general. But the theme of abandonment takes on a more sombre edge in the story of Lotso, a Care Bear gone over to the dark side (the explanation of his embitterment smartly parodies the convention of psychological backstory). True to Pixar’s discreet gothic streak, there are plentiful chilly frissons here: the automaton-like Big Baby echoes the Frankenstein-like toys of the first film, while a downright terrifying monkey shrieks and bashes its cymbals at every attempted escape (watch its alertly flickering eyes – a superb example of Pixar’s less-is-more approach). And there’s a genuinely alarming climax, as the toys seem to face (indeed, to accept) death – only to be saved by, quite literally, a deus ex machina, a new incarnation of the Claw worshipped by the green aliens.
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