Excerpt: Was it Frank Sinatra that said “You’ve come a long way, baby…”? Probably not. But this rings true when you talk about the status of animation and movies. From the very first cartoon drawings of Mickey Mouse to Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck to the Computer generated creatures of Toy Story and Toy Story...
Conclusion: This is a fun heartwarming story that works for both adults and children. With a stellar voice cast that was perfectly cast in their roles, this is a wonderful film filled with great performances.
Conclusion: Toy Story 3D isn't as engrossing as Toy Story 3 3D , be it the film, its 3D presentation or its lossless audio, but I can't imagine Lasseter's 1995 original getting a better treatment than it does here.
Excerpt: You have to impress an audience to get away with bad puns. Mr. Potato Head looks at a piggy bank named Hamm and calls him an uncultured swine. Little Bo Peep states to Woody she is only a few blocks away while passing some letter blocks on the floor. In another film, those are painful lines.
Summary: Firsts are not always so impressive when you look back on them. Often improvements occur at such a frantic pace that the pioneer projects soon become dated and actually begin to look crude. That didn’t happen here.
Excerpt: I’ve always held a special place in my movie-loving heart for Toy Story since its release in 1995. For me, it will always be the finest work Pixar ever produced, by virtue of the fact that it told the most coherent and endearing story that the newborn animation studio ever pulled out of their hats...
Conclusion: This is a must own Blu-ray from the top down. With 'Toy Story,' Pixar created a film and characters that will be loved for years to come, and its historical significance in the realm of CG animation cannot ber overstated. The audio and video presentations are perfection.
Conclusion: Between its endearing characters, smartly penned story, flawless voice performances, and timeless humor, Toy Story isn't just Pixar's first feature-length film, it's one of the studio's finest.
Excerpt: The Movie Man, Pixar gets it right. Way back in 1995, "The Biz" talked up the technical ramifications of Toy Story , the first feature-length movie animated entirely on computer, but only after a subsequent string of blockbusters did the bigger reason for the fledgling animation studios' success...
Excerpt: Toy Story was a revolutionary movie that made a lot of people pay attention to Pixar. I remember seeing this movie at the theater and being very impressed. Disney has produced a wonderful package of Toy Story in Blu-ray. The package Family Friendly Gaming was given has the Blu-ray, and DVD discs.