Toy Story 3!

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  1. dave333

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    Anyone else absolutely loved this movie?

    As someone heading off to college, this movie really struck a chord. I was holding back tears at the end, I admit. I thought it was just nearly a perfect movie; funny, suspenseful, and touching.
     
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  2. jigar

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    Well I guess I have to go and watch it next week,
     
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    As one just finishing my first year of college....I totally agree. The movie was perfect and fit right in with the other two, like you can't tell it was made ten years later, it was perfect. All the characters were the same, no new special effects, just a well put together movie. I couldn't believe how intense it got sometimes haha like when they're in the furnace about to be gonners, and I too held back tears when Andy gave his toys away....oh, and Buzz's Latin mode was just too much for me to handle haha HILARIOUS.
     
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    Hmm, I really need to go see this...
     
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  5. Tikiman53

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    Toy Story 3 was simply amazing. I'm normally one of those guys who walk into those "funniest movie of the year!" or "two thumbs up!" movies and come out shaking my head. I NEVER cry because of movies. But this movie really touched me. Actually, it ripped my heartstrings out and set them on fire. I seriously almost cried in the end. I think it really means a lot to people who are in the 15-25 age range. It was just so sad at the end. I guess someday, you just have to say goodbye forever.
     
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  6. BorisBeckerFan

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    Great movie. Good laughs, awesome storyline. My wife and kids cried. Pixar knows how to make a good movie. Go see it.
     
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  7. ODYSSEY Mk.4

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    I loved it but i was still the darkest of the 3
     
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  8. himynameisNIKE

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    loved it. best movie ive seen in 2010
     
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  9. bezs

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    Great movie, watching it brought back great memories the first one came out when i was still a wee kid and remembering playing the Toy Story video game on the Sega which was my favourite game. The ending was quite a tearjerker.

    Buzz was hilarious especially the bit where he dances. Halfway through the movie there was a kid in the row behind me going, "i don't want to watch it anymore i want to go home." :lol:
     
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    ill go see it because toy story it self is one of my best childhood memories, as i got pumped up when me and my dad said to infinity and beyond! when woody and buzz lit up the rocket and flew i cried and got goosebumps, ty pixar.
     
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  11. westside

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    Loved it! The opening scenes really brought back some memories, especially since it had the same dialogue from the opening of Toy Story 1

    Mr. Potato-Head was one of the stand outs imo.

    Did anyone else also pick up on Sid?
     
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  12. NickC

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    I need to go see this. My folks loved it. I remember being 5 years old seeing the first one in theaters. God damn that was a long time ago. I feel old.
     
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  13. dave333

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    Yeah he was the garbage man! lol
     
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    I saw it over the weekend with my 4 year old, it was great! There's just enough inside jokes for parents which I love about the Pixar movies.
     
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    I saw it with my cousin and it was just awesome. I wanted to see Grown Ups, but I figured I would go out on a limb and watch TS3 (not TopSPin3) Glad I did and I couldn't hold back the tears at the end.
     
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  16. jman

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    AWESOME FILM! Brought back all those nostalgic memories.
     
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  17. SFrazeur

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    Plan on seeing it this weekend.
     
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    Haven't seen it yet, but loved the first two. So can't wait!
     
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    honestly, this was the best movie i've seen since the dark knight
     
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  20. pmata814

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    We took our 3 yr. old to watch it just last week and both my wife and I (and my son ofcourse) loved it!

    And yes, I also finished with some tears in my eyes at the end :oops:

    P.S.
    My son is incredibly hyperactive and this was our second time trying to take him to the movies. The first time we had to walk out because he didn't care for the movie and preferred to run up and down the stairs. But with Toy Story 3 he was into it the full 105 mins!
     
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