Toy Story 3 Special

Teruko Okabe 2011/08/15



“Toy Story 3” is a classic animated film that tells the story of Andy’s beloved toys, who are once again faced with the challenge of finding a new home. The movie starts with Andy packing for college and deciding what to do with his toys. He decides to keep his favorite toy, Woody, and puts the rest of his toys in a trash bag destined for the attic. However, the bag is accidentally taken out to the curb and ends up at Sunnyside Daycare.

At first, the toys are excited about their new home at Sunnyside Daycare. They meet lots of new friends and enjoy playing with all of the children in the daycare center. However, they soon discover that things aren’t as great as they seem. The children are rough on them and they end up being stored in a room with younger kids who don’t know how to play gently.

Woody, who was not included in the bag sent to daycare, sets out to rescue his friends but struggles to convince them that they need to leave Sunnyside. Meanwhile, Lotso Huggin’ Bear, a seemingly friendly teddy bear who runs Sunnyside Daycare, reveals his true colors when he sends Woody to be destroyed by a vicious toddler in exchange for keeping the other toys safe.

The climax of the movie occurs when Andy comes looking for his toys before leaving for college. Woody rescues his friends from Lotso’s evil grip and everyone works together to escape from Sunnyside before Andy leaves town.

In an emotional scene, Andy decides to give his beloved toys away rather than putting them into storage or selling them at a yard sale like he originally planned. He gives them all individually to Bonnie Anderson? a young girl he met earlier in the film?and watches as she plays with them happily.

its core “Toy Story 3” is a story of friendship, loyalty, and growing up. It shows that even though people may grow apart and move on in life, the memories and relationships they’ve formed will always remain.




Toy Story 3 is a 2010 American computer-animated film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and directed by Lee Unkrich. It serves as the third installment in the Toy Story franchise, following Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and their toy friends on yet another adventure. This time around, Andy, their owner, is off to college, and the toys must face their inevitable fate of being forgotten or thrown away.

The movie begins with a flashback of Andy playing with his toys during his childhood, providing a sense of nostalgia for fans who have grown up with the franchise over the past two decades. The film then fast-forwards to present times where Andy is now 17 years old and getting ready for college. He has outgrown his toys and decides to put them in storage instead of bringing them with him.

With Andy’s departure looming over them, Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks), Buzz (voiced by Tim Allen), and the rest of the gang find themselves accidentally donated to Sunnyside Daycare Center. They are initially ecstatic about their new home but soon realize that it’s not as great as they thought it was. The daycare is run by a seemingly friendly teddy bear named Lotso (voiced by Ned Beatty) but he turns out to be manipulative and cruel toys that don’t follow his rules.

What makes Toy Story 3 stand out from its predecessors is how it explores more mature themes such as loss and acceptance. Throughout the movie, each character comes to terms with their inevitable fate of being forgotten or thrown away. The climax scene where all of our favorite characters almost meet their end at an incinerator had me on the edge of my seat with tears in my eyes.

Despite dealing with mature themes, Toy Story 3 still manages to be a heartwarming and entertaining film. The humor that was present in the previous films is still intact, with characters such as Barbie (voiced by Jodi Benson) and Ken (voiced by Michael Keaton) providing hilarious moments throughout the movie. Additionally, the animation in Toy Story 3 is nothing short of stunning. Pixar has once again outdone themselves with how they bring these toys to life on screen.

Overall, Toy Story 3 is a beautiful conclusion to the beloved franchise. It’s both nostalgic and fresh at the same time, providing fans with closure while also introducing new characters and storylines. There’s no doubt that this movie will stand the test of time as one of Pixar’s greatest achievements. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for an emotional rollercoaster ride that will leave you with a newfound appreciation for your childhood toys.



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As a child, I was moved by the movie “The Bad News Bears Go to Japan” where Japanese professional baseball players and American actors performed in front of a large audience. This made me fall in love with the movie. This blog is my review of the movie that I actually saw. Please use it as a reference when renting movies.

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Editor Teruko Okabe
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For a long time, in between housework,
I would go to the movie theater to watch films and then write reviews of the movies in a diary which I stored away in a closet.
When I showed these reviews to Azesan, he suggested turning them into a website.
I am grateful for this wonderful opportunity. I may be nearing the end of my life, but if reading my reviews can move the hearts of younger people,
I think that would be wonderful.
It may even become a catalyst for various realizations and changes in their lives moving forward.

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