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Toy Story 3 Movie Review Summary

Actors: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen

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Woody and the rest of the toys are about to be kept in storage in the attic because Andy is leaving for college. Andy's mom mistakenly drops them off at a daycare center. Woody wants to leave right away to go back to Andy but gets brought home by a girl, Bonnie. The rest are left behind. At first, the toys are ecstatic with the idea of being used again by little kids who are eager to play with them, however their hopes are crushed when they are bullied by a sadistic teddy bear Lots-o-Huggin and his posse of toy thugs. Lots-o takes them in for the main purpose of putting them in the younger kids room, where toys get abused, thrown around, and basically break easily. When they go against Lots-o, he imprisons them. Meanwhile, Woody is at Bonnie's home and meets her toys, which she adores. They all become friends. When Woody talks about his old friends at the daycare, the toys are scared and tell him about Lots-o, that he was left behind by his owner and has since become very angry and bitter. Hearing the trouble his friends might be in, Woody goes back to the daycare and they all make a daring escape. However, the toys end up at the back of a dump truck, with Lots-o in tow and are taken to a dump site. They find themselves on a garbage incinerator conveyor belt, leading to a fiery pit. The toys reach for the stop button above, and Lots-o asks them to push him up so he can do it. He is able to climb up, but runs away, leaving the toys to their end. The toys hold on to each other, when suddenly, a giant claw pulls them out. The three claw-obsessed alien toys came to their rescue. The toys find their way back to Andy's, while Lots-o gets his karma and get's tied to a grille of a dump truck. Back at the house, Andy realizes that the toys do not belong in storage. He drives over to Bonnie's house, and gives away his prized possessions and says goodbye.
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Best part of story, including ending: It is a perfect end and happy ending to the Toy Story series.

Best scene in story: When Andy played with his toys for one last time, and gave Bonnie specific instructions for each.

Opinion about the main character: I love Woody's loyalty to Andy, although they parted ways, you know that what they had was special.

The review of this Movie prepared by Tina Medina a Level 30 Banded Kingfisher scholar

Script Analysis of Toy Story 3

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Plot & Themes

Comedy, primarily    -   Yes Time/era of movie:    -   2000's+ (present) If a cartoon...    -   animated cartoon Comedy or Parody about    -   cutesy inanimate objects How much humor v. drama    -   Mostly humor, but some serious drama

Main Character

Identity:    -   An "It". Profession/status:    -   cowboy

Setting

United States    -   Yes Misc setting    -   school

Writing Style

Accounts of torture and death?    -   no torture/death Any profanity?    -   None

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