Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Toy Story 3 2010 review - trailer

Posted by Muarif 10:43 PM, under ,, | No comments

such as animation and Pixar will continue to provide innovative stories and enthusiasm is one of the wonders of modern cinema. As Lee Unkrich, director John Lasseter Pixar veteran, Stanton, Andrew, writer and screenwriter sun Ms. Arndt, Michael, who participated in developing a new plan, and the characters in the story of the beautiful game in this third leg, and perhaps this achievement is more impressive to me.

This episode, at best three, and everything cinema should be: funny, touching, exciting and intelligent. Voice behind Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz Light year (Tim Allen) and the rest to play a key role in the development of the characters in what is now by far the best summer movie.

Story touches your heart, as any film in recent history has not. Who would have thought that the film can be plastic toys to speak strongly to people of all ages?

Adopted since 1995, the Toy Story toys for children, Andy, now 17 and about to leave for college. She heard her sister, Molly, and between the iPod and the family dog ​​once a vibrant and almost fell to a standstill. Andy has played a fun, but the game box. But the future is uncertain band: You play with the new or languishing in obscurity, alone in a dusty attic?

After a few rounds, and at the end of the game in kindergarten Sunnyside, "a place of ruin and despair," drama skewer M. (Timothy Dalton). Got the movie in a theater with a touch of the prison's effort to escape the terrible is always laughing.

Favorite characters are back: Woody, Buzz, Jessie cowgirl, and Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head, Barbie and dinosaurs. But leave it again. Buzz is bilingual, and cast his Mr. Potato tortilla potato. Called entanglement with enemies and wide, including the Ascot Ken doll hard, wonky eyes, the large 'baby Mucha - the' - Huggin purple teddy bear and a monkey screaming.

Film's message is simple: Although time and distance, and the family and friends are the most important. Change is fear, and can lead to death, she faces the spirit and dignity. These questions fuel, but does not guide the adventure.

Trailer :
Director: Lee Unkrich
Writers: John Lasseter (story), Andrew Stanton (story), and 2 more credits
Stars: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and Joan Cusack


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