Full Movie Reviews
SteelCity99 - wrote on 04/22/2018
Pixar Animation Studios is one of the most respectable and admirable animation studios I've ever known alongside with Ghibli. Its enormous creativity, style and originality was noticeable since this studio started to make short films, some of them cool and admirable because of their visual aspect, and some others masterful because of all of the elements they had accompanied by a fantastic story. I particularly loved Tin Toy (1988) (which deservedly won an Academy Award for Best Short Film, Animated) and Knick Knack (1989).
It may be something really interesting and odd, but I still remember when I was 5 years old (almost 6) and I got to see this on theaters. Although I wasn't fully aware of the fact that this was the first feature film that was computer animated (in fact, I still …
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 08/12/2011
Imagine if our cherished toys could have a life of its own, how would it react, move or do? The movie answers this with an adventure a cowboy doll and a space ranger figure. Woody tries his best to misplace Buzz so Andy can get his attention. Unfortunately, Buzz and Woody gets trapped in Sid’s place. They discover that the sadistic boy has a habit of destroying toys. Woody helps out Buzz while both of them try to get back to Andy. Some pleasing quotes: Buzz Lightyear – “I just want you to know that even though you tried to terminate me, revenge is not an idea we promote on my planet.” “To infinity and beyond!” Andy – “You saved the day again, Woody!” Woody - “From now on, you must take good care of your toys, because if you don't, we'll find out, Sid! [While …
The M.O.W. - wrote on 08/02/2008
"Woody" (voiced by Tom Hanks) is "Andy's" (voiced by John Morris) favorite toy who has the honor of staying on the boy's bed. He is well respected by the other toys, who look to him as a leader.
All the toys are preparing for two big events -- "Andy's" birthday, and the move to a new house, which requires the toys to pick a "moving buddy" in insure that they all make the move safely. However, they are surprised when they learn that "Andy's" birthday party has been moved up a week. The toys are real nervous about what the guests are giving the boy, as they may be replaced.
All things seem fine, as there appears to be no toys that will replace any of the resident's of "Andy's" room. That is, unitl "Andy" and his party guests come in, and "Andy" knocks "Woody" off the bed and places …
TheWolf - wrote on 07/27/2007
This is the movie that inspired me to become an animator. After watching this movie and seeing what computers had the capability of creating I realized that I have found what I want to do with my life. The story itself was fun, it is one that any kid, and most adults will be able to get into and appreciate. We all remember a time when we would play with toys and have adventures with them.
This movie captures the imagination of of a child and turns it into a fun story in which the toys have their own lives outside of what the kids do with them.
This movie set a bar in the field of animation and every movie has been doing what it can to break the bar, or at least make it higher.
The voice acting is great, and considering that when this was shot most scenes were independent of each …