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Thursday, February 21, 2008

"Toy Story 3-D" Reveals Its Story

Though it's a very short synopsis, it gives audiences an idea of what to expect from the next Toy Story. In the new three dimensional adventure, Andy, the owner of Woody and Buzz, leaves for college. As a result of his absence the toys are dropped off at a day-care center and... That's it. It's more of a setup than a plotline, but you get the idea.

So Andy is all "growed up" as they say. I'm not sure what to think of that because the point of the last two movies was how the toys make Andy so happy. It gave them a reason to catch the moving truck so dramatically. It gave them a reason to risk all that airplane absurdity. Now what do they have? (Or maybe that's the question they'll end up asking themselves.)

"Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2" made people love toys again; I know I do! The idea of Andy dumping his "pals" after they went through so much to keep him happy is rather sad, but I suppose it was nothing that "Toy Story 2" didn't hint at all ready. Ah, well, I'd rather see another "Toy Story" movie than any more of this "Cars" nonsense.

1 comment:

Dan Berry said...

Hey Gman this is Dan the Man.

I was just reading the Toy Story deal and I think it makes a lot of sense that the toys would be dropped off, because he's grown up and plus, it could be a commentary on the world's view on entertainment.

More young people are turning to video games and the line of Xbox and handheld systems are more dominant in the case of childern these days.

Even my little cousins have Webkins or some crap were they play online games with their little pets that they get when they buy a stuffed toy. Even though they have the stuffed animal, they play online more than real life. Just makes sense.