Toy Story 3 Movie Review

Toy Story 3 – Movie Review

By Lorraine Messina

What an adorable movie. Toy Story 3
doesn’t fail to impress the audience.
The animation is just spectacular.
Where else can you see an animated
figures do the Latin dance the pasodoble
together. The animators from Pixar teamed
up with Tony Dovolani and Cheryl Burke from
Dancing with the Stars to create Buzz and
Jessie’s dance moves in the movie.
The below clip explains how Pixar did it.

Toy Story 3 Meets Dancing with the Stars

This is truly award winning technology.
Toy Story 3 has to get an Oscar nod
for this very talented animation.

Toy Story 3 continues where Toy Story 2
left off. Andy goes off to college and Andy
and his family need to decide what to do with his favorite toys.

The cast was wonderful as always. Tom Hanks performed the voice of Woody
and Tim Allen was the voice for Buzz Lightyear. The whole cast kept the little
ones in the audience captivated through out the whole movie. A blessing
for the moms and dads.

I would recommend seeing the movie and buying the DVD. A definite must have
item for the holidays.


Woody – Tom Hanks
Buzz Lightyear – Tim Allen
Ken – Michael Keaton
Mr. Potato Head – Don Rickles
Jessie – Joan Cusack
Lotso – Ned Beatty
Rex – Wallace Shawn
Hamm – John Ratzenberger
Mrs. Potato Head – Estelle Harris
Mr. Pricklepants – Timothy Dalton
Andy John Morris
Andy’s mom – Laurie Metcalf
Barbie – Jodi Benson

Directed by Lee Unkrich
Written by Michael Arndt
Story by John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton and Unkrich

By Lorraine Messina

Contributing Entertainment Writer for ERMP TV and the Triangle Arts and Entertainment News Magazine. Gracie Awards judge for the Alliance of Women in Media. North Carolina Film Awards judge. Member of the Television Academy of Arts in Sciences in Los Angeles. Better known as the Emmys.