A film is - or should be - more like music than like fiction. It should be a progression of moods and feelings. The theme, what's behind the emotion, the meaning, all that comes later - Stanley Kubrick
"Now Woody, he's been my pal for as long as I can remember. He's brave, like a cowboy should be. Kind, and smart, But the thing that makes Woody special, is he'll never give up on you ... ever. He'll be there for you, no matter what."
On January 14th at the Tivoli Drive-In, please come and watch one of the greatest films in animation history. Bring your friends, family, children and grandparents as this is a movie that can and will be enjoyed by all. Of course, I am referring to Toy Story 3.
The toys are back once again for the ending of the greatest trilogy in animation history. It has been eleven years since Toy Story 2 and Andy is all grown up and is leaving for college.
Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz (Tim Allen) and the rest of the gang (Jessie, Bullseye, Mr. And Mrs. Potato Head, Rex, Slinky and Ham) have been locked away for years and are finding it hard to get Andy to play with them again.
They are accidentally sent to Sunnyside Day Care Centre instead of being stored in the attic. Once arriving at Sunnyside, the toys are quickly bombarded with plenty of new toys to play with that add to the excitement of the film. New characters include Lotso (Ned Beatly), Ken (Michael Keaton), Big Baby (Woody Smith), Trixieh (Kristen Schaal) and Chuckles the Clown (Bud Luckey).
However Woody, Buzz and the rest of the gang quickly realise that escaping from Sunnyside has never been done before, and find themselves on yet another wild adventure, as they try to return home and see Andy one last time before he leaves.
Will Woody and Buzz save the day once again? Will the determination up-hold the fears of failure? Or has time run out for our toys?
Toy Story 3 is by far the saddest of the trilogy, as this is the end of the beloved story that has captured the hearts and imagination of all.
'You've got a play date with destiny."
So come and have another exciting adventure with all the gang at the Tivoli Drive-In on January 14th. It will make you laugh, cry and will keep you talking for days after you view it.
As I massive fan and great lover of the Toy Story films, it gives me great pride to be able to write a review on one of the films. I award this film 5/5 stars, and if I could award it with more than 5/5 stars I would do so, as this is what an animation film should be; an all-round great family comedy with something for everyone.
Even though the toys cannot stop Andy from growing up, they will do whatever it takes to get home.
So for all you Toy Story fans out there "To infinity, and beyond!"