The original “Toy Story” changed the art of filmmaking. Released in 1995, the film became the first full-length animated feature created using CG technology. Fifteen years later, the franchise grows up, the characters feel worn-out, but the magic is still intact.
Even “Toy Story 2” made motion picture history in 1999 when it became the first film ever to be entirely created, mastered, and exhibited digitally. I don’t think “Toy Story 3” will make cinematic history anytime soon but it’s a fitting conclusion to the beloved series.
From director Lee Unkrich to producer-writer John Lasseter, virtually the same creative team that worked on the first two “Toy Story” films returns for the third installment. This time, the filmmakers are playing with darker themes such as aging and abandonment. Read More...
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