Toy Story 3

Jul. 4th, 2010 04:30 pm
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It's not the greatest Pixar film ever - I think Finding Nemo gets that coveted spot - but it's a heartfelt, funny and suspenseful movie that does justice to the characters we met so many years ago. I was saying this to Batya a few days ago: the only people who are doing now what Jim Henson and associates did with the Muppets in their time are the geniuses at Pixar. This is family entertainment with heart and soul and wonder, lacking the meanness of most pop culture in favor of something deeper.

And speaking of genius, the short that comes before TS3 is a work of genius. I will not say anything more.
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