The original Toy Story film began the computer-animation trend and made Pixar a household name. I don't know how many times I watched it when I was growing up, and when I caught it on TV a few months ago, it was even more fun to watch because I could understand more of the dialogue.
That being said, Toy Story 3 is not only an entertaining, family-friendly film, but it holds so much more emotional significance to viewers, both young and old, who grew up with the series. College-age individuals, like Andy, feel like unpacking their old toys that they used to have so much fun with, and the parents of those individuals will see the stress and sadness of parting with their university-bound children told in Disney/Pixar style.
This is a must-see for all fans of the previous two movies.
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