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Old July 1st, 2009, 5:34 am
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Looks like people are running out of ideas for movies. I probably wont see it.


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Old July 15th, 2009, 10:29 pm
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Good lord, it's been ten years since Toy Story 2. Those of us who grew up on the first two...well...we're pretty old now. I wonder if it's been ten years for Woody and Buzz as well? This will be a trippy movie. Really bizarre.

This must be how cranky old people feel when really old movies get remade for a new generation. I feel like I'm going through a rite of passage.
Yea I know... it seems like it was only yesterday (in a way) that that movie was made . Boy does time go by fast...

Yep we are . I wonder too on that one... it certainly should be .

It must be... me too, me too.


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Old July 16th, 2009, 3:21 am
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Toy Story is one of my favourite childrens' movies ever. The animation is outstanding so I'll most likely see TS3 when it comes out on DVD (I almost never see animated films at the cinema). Great to see they have the old actors back too.

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Good lord, it's been ten years since Toy Story 2.
Seriously? Wow I can remember my grandma taking me to see Toy Story 2! Had no idea it was that long ago.


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Old July 16th, 2009, 3:40 am
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This is the only Pixar film I am looking forward to seeing.


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Old July 18th, 2009, 4:06 pm
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This movie looks so amazing to me. I loved the teaser trailer. It brought back so many memories to me. The original and sequel are very nostalgic to me so I must see this movie. Besides the plot sounds hysterical! All of the toys end up at a day care center this is going to be classic!


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Old July 30th, 2009, 4:18 am
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Looks like people are running out of ideas for movies. I probably wont see it.
So true. It's usually either remakes, continuances for series', or based off books. I really wish more completely original movies would come out. This still looks kind of cute and okay, though.


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There are no original ideas left, that is true (some movies coming up in various development stages: a Candyland movie, a Battleship movie, a movie based somehow on the old Viewmaster toy...), but I have faith in Pixar these days. I mean, they probably have to screw up at some point, but it has yet to happen, so I think they can do right by Toy Story 3.


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Old August 2nd, 2009, 9:34 am
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Looks like people are running out of ideas for movies. I probably wont see it.
Three years ago, I thought Cars was a sure sign that Pixar was finally running out of steam. I mean, really? Talking cars? That's not innovative, clever, or even very endearing.

But then they brought out a movie about a french rat who wants to become a chef, a movie about the last robot on Earth, and a movie about an old man and a boy scout who go on an adventure in a flying house.

I think it's safe to say they haven't run out of ideas yet.

Plus, from what I understand, the plots that have eventually grown into Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 were part of the original pitch for the first movie, but were cut due to time constraints. I don't have a problem with them finishing what they started ten years later.

More worrying is this rumored "Cars 2." But I won't even go into that.


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Three years ago, I thought Cars was a sure sign that Pixar was finally running out of steam. I mean, really? Talking cars? That's not innovative, clever, or even very endearing.

But then they brought out a movie about a french rat who wants to become a chef, a movie about the last robot on Earth, and a movie about an old man and a boy scout who go on an adventure in a flying house.

I think it's safe to say they haven't run out of ideas yet.

Plus, from what I understand, the plots that have eventually grown into Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 were part of the original pitch for the first movie, but were cut due to time constraints. I don't have a problem with them finishing what they started ten years later.

More worrying is this rumored "Cars 2." But I won't even go into that.
Ah. I don't mind that either, Soul. Just as long as they do a good job and all that. In the end, that's what matters. That we... the fans get a quality product... movie... that's worth watching and enjoying .


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Old August 14th, 2009, 3:03 am
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Re: Toy Story 3

Seeing as Pixar's got quite a few more movies lined-up (most of them not sequels), I don't think they're really out of ideas yet. They're one of the only film companies I would trust when double (or in this case, triple) dipping. Seeing as "Toy Story 2" was so enjoyable (I actually liked it better than the first one), I'm not opposed to Pixar giving us another story with these characters. I'd rather they take the helm than Disney's (excuse me, "Circle 7's") original plan to do it with the "Buzz toys get recalled to Asia" plotline.


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After Pixar's dished out movie's like WALL-E and Up in the recent past I have faith in them not to screw this up.


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http://www.firstshowing.net/2009/10/...s-toy-story-3/

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Old October 14th, 2009, 12:51 am
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I saw the trailer in 3D this past Friday when I went to see the Toy Story double feature. Everyone should go see that as soon as possible before it is taken out of theaters. Anyway, the Toy Story 3 trailer is decent but I don't think the film will live up to the first two. RIP Jim Varney.


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i grew up watching the Toy Story movies. I knew them berbaitum when I was five, and can still recite long bits. I was so excited to hear they were doing a number three. A lot of times when a sequel comes out, the company is just cashing in on a popular name, but it has been so long since Toy Story 2, I trust Pixar to not skimp on plot.

*But even if they did, I would see it a million times anyway.*


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Old October 16th, 2009, 8:59 pm
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I saw the trailer in 3D this past Friday when I went to see the Toy Story double feature. Everyone should go see that as soon as possible before it is taken out of theaters. Anyway, the Toy Story 3 trailer is decent but I don't think the film will live up to the first two. RIP Jim Varney.
Ah. Well at least they did a good job so far.

And a definite RIP to Jim Varney. His character that he played in the first two films was my favorite.

Behind Buzz and Mr. Potato Head .

Also, on a side note -- I remember either reading or hearing something about him being a Shakespearean (classically) trained actor. So take that, Leonard Maltin . My daughter told me about what he thought of the Earnest movies. He basically slammed them.

Back onto Toy Story 3... I really want to see this movie. I got a kick out of the first two , and I can't wait to see the old gang again.


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Three years ago, I thought Cars was a sure sign that Pixar was finally running out of steam. I mean, really? Talking cars? That's not innovative, clever, or even very endearing.

But then they brought out a movie about a french rat who wants to become a chef, a movie about the last robot on Earth, and a movie about an old man and a boy scout who go on an adventure in a flying house.

I think it's safe to say they haven't run out of ideas yet.

Plus, from what I understand, the plots that have eventually grown into Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 were part of the original pitch for the first movie, but were cut due to time constraints. I don't have a problem with them finishing what they started ten years later.

More worrying is this rumored "Cars 2." But I won't even go into that.
I am staying hopeful for Toy Story 3. It will always be my favorite of the Disney Pixar movies. Great characters and there is a lot of story they can run with.


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Old October 29th, 2009, 12:42 am
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I am staying hopeful for Toy Story 3. It will always be my favorite of the Disney Pixar movies. Great characters and there is a lot of story they can run with.
That's pretty much how I feel about it. I figure that they'll do a good job in terms of things. That they'll respect the past of these characters and do them good .


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Preview clip.

I loved this. Felt like I was a kid again.


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Re: Toy Story 3

The trailer's cute, though it doesn't hint at what the storyline will be about (but I'm fine with being surprised). I'll definitely see this movie when it comes out. It's been a very long time since I watched either of the Toy Story movies.


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I am eagerly waiting for this film , yeah I am a child at heart. I don´t care , I am looking forward to watching this film.


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