Thread: Go see toy story 3

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    This movie had to be especially bittersweet for the class of 2010. But of course, it was a phenomenal movie which had its sentimental moments for those of us who grew up with these characters.
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    Quote by OldSchoolJJ


    Spoiler Alert


    Sorry if this has already been mention, but did anyone else notice that little girl Bonnie had a Totoro doll from the Hayao Miyazaki classic "My Neighbor Totoro?" I was bugging out when I say that, I was probably the only person in the theater that knew him though.


    Yes because unfortunately anime films don't do too well here in America. The only ones that ever did well were the Poke'mon and Yugioh! movies.

    I was a little miffed that they didn't have him talk though

    The reason why he may have been in there in the first place is because Miyazaki and the head of Pixar are very close friends
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    • 10 years 2 months ago
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    Quote by SuperRainCheck
    This movie was enjoyable. I liked it way better than the second one.


    Really?!

    I loved it!
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    Quote by Old_school_JJ
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    I heard that Annie Potts wanted too much money for it so they just cut Bo Peep off...did they at least have her in it visually not vocally?

    Nope, she wasn't in it at all. Except for a brief few seconds Woody mentioned her.


    I don't know if it's because of a money issue. They did away with a lot of the more "minor characters" in the past Toy Story movies in TS3. Including Weezy, RC, snake, Robot, Trolls, Mr. Speak and Spell and of course Bo Peep. Though Bo is a minor character, I did miss her a bit in the movie, more so cause Woody really missed her. So I doubt it was money issue, they really wanted to drive home the fact that Andy and Molly (Bo is actually Molly's toy, I lot of people think it's Andy's cause he played with her so much) have grown up and don't play with toys anymore, not to mention since they were including so many new toy characters they probably had to cut some of the older ones.

    I'm just glad Slinky got to stay even though his original voice actor Jim Variey has passed away some time ago. He's one of my personal favorites, I love that dog, still looking for that Pez of him too.

    Spoiler Alert


    Sorry if this has already been mention, but did anyone else notice that little girl Bonnie had a Totoro doll from the Hayao Miyazaki classic "My Neighbor Totoro?" I was bugging out when I say that, I was probably the only person in the theater that knew him though.


    I think I was the only person in the theatre who knew Totoro as well, when I saw him I couldn't help but say out loud "It's Totoro!" lol, My Neighbour Totoro was one of my favourite movies when I was young
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    • 10 years 2 months ago
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    Quote by RetroRickster923
    Quote by SuperRainCheck
    This movie was enjoyable. I liked it way better than the second one.
    I heard some people in the theater complain that there was a Totoro doll, but they were just hatin'.


    Whats that?


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    I saw the movie on Saturday and Sunday, and I loved it.

    BTW, Toy Story 3 broke a couple of box office records. It broke Shrek 3's record for the highest Friday debut for an animated film (although Shrek 3 still has the record for the highest weekend debut for an animated film), Transformers 2's record for the highest weekend debut in June, and The Incredibles' record for the highest weekend debut for a Pixar film.
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    Quote by Spongeroks
    I saw the movie on Saturday and Sunday, and I loved it.

    BTW, Toy Story 3 broke a couple of box office records. It broke Shrek 3's record for the highest Friday debut for an animated film (although Shrek 3 still has the record for the highest weekend debut for an animated film), Transformers 2's record for the highest weekend debut in June, and The Incredibles' record for the highest weekend debut for a Pixar film.


    Yeah but that won't stick around...
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    • 10 years 2 months ago
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    I saw Toy Story 3 with my friends Saturday night. When it got near the ending I started crying and was trying to hide it from my friends, but I turned to them and saw them crying as well. When we left the theater, there were a lot of people who were teary and had cried as well. What a fantastic film. It's the only movie I know to have cause so many people to cry.
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    Quote by Old_school_JJ
    Quote by Wildcat
    Quote by RetroRickster923


    I heard that Annie Potts wanted too much money for it so they just cut Bo Peep off...did they at least have her in it visually not vocally?

    Nope, she wasn't in it at all. Except for a brief few seconds Woody mentioned her.


    I don't know if it's because of a money issue. They did away with a lot of the more "minor characters" in the past Toy Story movies in TS3. Including Weezy, RC, snake, Robot, Trolls, Mr. Speak and Spell and of course Bo Peep. Though Bo is a minor character, I did miss her a bit in the movie, more so cause Woody really missed her. So I doubt it was money issue, they really wanted to drive home the fact that Andy and Molly (Bo is actually Molly's toy, I lot of people think it's Andy's cause he played with her so much) have grown up and don't play with toys anymore, not to mention since they were including so many new toy characters they probably had to cut some of the older ones.

    I'm just glad Slinky got to stay even though his original voice actor Jim Variey has passed away some time ago. He's one of my personal favorites, I love that dog, still looking for that Pez of him too.

    Spoiler Alert


    Sorry if this has already been mention, but did anyone else notice that little girl Bonnie had a Totoro doll from the Hayao Miyazaki classic "My Neighbor Totoro?" I was bugging out when I say that, I was probably the only person in the theater that knew him though.


    Man, I thought that looked like him!
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    • 10 years 2 months ago
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    Quote by bamfingnightcrawler
    I saw Toy Story 3 with my friends Saturday night. When it got near the ending I started crying and was trying to hide it from my friends, but I turned to them and saw them crying as well. When we left the theater, there were a lot of people who were teary and had cried as well. What a fantastic film. It's the only movie I know to have cause so many people to cry.


    Yeah, that movie sounds like a fucking winner. Sign me up.
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    I loved this movie I was kind of tearing up at the beginning and there a lot of twists to it, and trust me I think you WILL tear up at the end I suggest you all watch it!
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    I saw it last night, now I know nothing beats the original but 3 just might have. It was atleast more entertaining!
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    • 10 years 2 months ago
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    Great movie, and a perfect ending... Loved it!!!
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    good flick. can't wait to buy it on DVD
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    • 10 years 2 months ago
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    Quote by Wind_Adept
    Quote by Old_school_JJ
    Quote by Wildcat

    Nope, she wasn't in it at all. Except for a brief few seconds Woody mentioned her.


    I don't know if it's because of a money issue. They did away with a lot of the more "minor characters" in the past Toy Story movies in TS3. Including Weezy, RC, snake, Robot, Trolls, Mr. Speak and Spell and of course Bo Peep. Though Bo is a minor character, I did miss her a bit in the movie, more so cause Woody really missed her. So I doubt it was money issue, they really wanted to drive home the fact that Andy and Molly (Bo is actually Molly's toy, I lot of people think it's Andy's cause he played with her so much) have grown up and don't play with toys anymore, not to mention since they were including so many new toy characters they probably had to cut some of the older ones.

    I'm just glad Slinky got to stay even though his original voice actor Jim Variey has passed away some time ago. He's one of my personal favorites, I love that dog, still looking for that Pez of him too.

    Spoiler Alert


    Sorry if this has already been mention, but did anyone else notice that little girl Bonnie had a Totoro doll from the Hayao Miyazaki classic "My Neighbor Totoro?" I was bugging out when I say that, I was probably the only person in the theater that knew him though.


    I think I was the only person in the theatre who knew Totoro as well, when I saw him I couldn't help but say out loud "It's Totoro!" lol, My Neighbour Totoro was one of my favourite movies when I was young


    I've noticed that too when I first saw it in the middle of the film. So surprisingly, we weren't the only ones. And yes, this was the first Miyazaki film I've ever seen in the theatre when I was a kid.
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    I've never seen any of these films at all.
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    http://www.cracked.com/video_18191_toy-story-4-andys-freshman-year-college.html

    This is just great.


    That was just horrible, I will never look at Toy Story the same way again.


    You, sir, have no sense of humor! And Father smelt of elderberries!


    That vid was fucking hilarious..
    The girl had a great ass too.
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    • 10 years 2 months ago
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    I saw it today, it was funny. We are on vaction since it was an icky day we went to see it
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    • 10 years 2 months ago
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    The ending...was one of the greatest endings I have ever seen in a long time.
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    • 10 years 2 months ago
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    I saw it earlier this week with my 6 year old. I think us parents were crying for a whole different reason than the teens in the audience. At least I was LOL I'm sure the teens related to Andy. They were maybe 6 or 7 when Toy story came out where as I was in highschool. They relate to putting away childhood toys, leaving home and their parents for the first time. Growing up. I was crying hardest when Andy's mom walked into his empty room and had to suck in a breath and take it all in. Then when she started talking to Andy tearfully and Woody was coming to the realization of what he had to do. Ever since I saw the second Toy Story and they showed Jessie's story about Emily, i've felt like in a way, parents can relate to the toys. Not that most kids eventually throw their parents out, but as kids they cling to you, need you for everything, want to spend every waking minute with you, and then all of a sudden things change. They start to grow up, make friends that are not mom and dad LOL. Making you realize just how old you really are. Your not cool anymore. Your lucky to get a smile and a short conversation. They don't need you for as much anymore. It just reminded me how fast time goes. It seems like my son was just a baby. Now he's 6 and going into first grade. Before I know it he'll be in Jr high, and then time will speed up and i'll be looking at an empty room myself.
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