Review: TOY STORY 3 may be the best yet, and that’s saying a lot.

TOY STORY 3 isn’t simply more of the toys you’ve grown to love, nor just more new toys to meet: it’s a heartfelt animated franchise growing up and growing better with age before your eyes.

The toys must survive daycare in TOY STORY 3

We’re now at the opposite end of the kaleidoscope from where this hit series began: the toys which led secret lives of devotion to their young owner Andy to bring him playtime joy have now fulfilled their purpose. Andy is about to leave for college and has left all but a dear few of his childhood toys behind in life. Woody, Buzz, Jessie and the rest do not lament this inevitable cycle of life, but they now worry about the uncertainty of such change in their own lives. Where do the toys go after Andy?

Read FilmEdge’s full review of TOY STORY 3 starring Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Ned Beatty and Michael Keaton, and watch a new making-of featurette today!

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