|Directed by||Lee Unkrich|
|Screenplay by||Michael Arndt|
|Genre||Animation, Adventure, Comedy|
|UK Release Date||19th July 2010|
When the toys are mistakenly delivered to a day-care center, instead of the attic, it’s up to Woody to convince the other toys that Andy didn’t abandon them and that they should return home. But will Lotso let them?
Is The Plot Interesting?
I personally found the plot of Toy Story 3 to be well-developed and enjoyable. It added layers to this universe that I didn’t think was possible – not to mention the emotional side the movie had.
Is The Acting Good?
The acting was nothing we hadn’t seen from the Toy Story franchise before but I have to say, Michael Keaton was a perfect addition. Nobody could have done as good a job as he did…
Is The Directing Good?
I thought the story suited Lee Unkrich’s directing style really well. He told the story in such a way that the sub-plots that are important to the franchise weren’t totally overlooked.
Is The Cinematography Good?
There’s nothing much to say about the cinematography other than that the cinematography really added a lot to the emotions the movie was trying to pull off and helped create some great moments between the characters.
Is It Worth Watching?
Toy Story 3 is actually quite emotional and I had a great time watching it. It has all the things I enjoyed about the other two, but made it bigger and better. Lotso makes a great villain as well.
So long… partner.
– Tom Hanks as Woody