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Movie: Toy Story 3 (2010)

Toy Story 3 (2010) is the sequel for Toy Story and Toy Story 2, obviously. :)

Here's the synopsis: Andy is now a 17-year-old teenager who's ready to leave home for college. His toys - Woody, Buzz, Jessie, and the rest of the toy-box gang, i.e. Mr. & Mrs. Potato, Rex, Slinky Dog, etc - begin to wonder what will happen to them...

Due to misplacement, the gang ends up at Sunnyside Daycare Center. Initially, they are happy and enthusiastic to be played by children once again. However, to their horror, they soon discover the ruthless system and rules controlled by the deceptively welcoming "Lotso" Bear. The gang must now band together to escape from Sunnyside and return home to Andy. Will they make it?

So far, I'm very pleased to watch animated movies produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. The movies are always rich in color, deep in meaning, educational, and emotionally satisfying. There are downright tear-jerking and thrilling moments but the storyline is always balanced back with a good amount of hilarious elements. These qualities definitely apply to Toy Story 3 too!

Here's the best line from Andy when he's about to give the toy-box gang to a little girl named Bonnie: "Now Woody, he's been my pal for as long as I can remember. He's brave, like a cowboy should be. And kind, and smart. But the thing that makes Woody special, is he'll never give up on you... ever. He'll be there for you, no matter what."

This is the deepest kind of silent, mutual understanding. Woody doesn't give up on Andy when it seems that Andy doesn't want them any longer.

This movie provides a subtle yet real and profound connection to our childhood, especially about things and people that give us the freedom to learn, explore, and finally, grow up. This, to me, is a life lesson worth remembering, to infinity and beyond (quoting Buzz). :)

Highly recommended!

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