To an entire generation of filmgoers, it just might represent the most significant leap in storytelling that they will ever see...
| Original Score: 5/5
Pixar classic is one of the best kids' movies of all time.
Apesar de representar um imenso avanço tecnológico, a força do filme reside no carisma de seus personagens e no charme de sua história.
| Original Score: 5/5
When Woody perks up in the opening scene, it's not only the toy cowboy who comes alive - we're watching the rebirth of an art form.
| Original Score: 4/4
Introduced not one but two indelible characters to the pop culture pantheon: cowboy rag-doll Woody (Tom Hanks) and plastic space ranger Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen). [Blu-ray]
it is easy to see how virtually everything that is good in animation right now has some small seed in Toy Story
Though some of the animation seems dated compared to later Pixar efforts and not nearly as detailed, what's here is done impeccably well.
| Original Score: 9/10
Perhaps the film is meant as a pre-emptive sop to any resistance to a new medium.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
Time has been kind to it, and future years I imagine will still be kind; a classic is forever.
| Original Score: 10/10
I think I speak for all adults and kids when I say I can't wait for playtime
| Original Score: A
So ingenious in concept, design and execution that you could watch it on a postage stamp-sized screen and still be engulfed by its charm.
Turns out the real magic is nothing to do with technology: it's in the words, the voices, the story. But then, a child could have told you that.
Its lightness of touch has not diminished, nor has its near-miraculous kidult-fusion humour.
| Original Score: 4/5
The 3-D viewing doesn't make much difference...but it is a joy to see these superb films back on the big screen, even after dozens of DVD viewings.
It doesn't enhance the experience, because the film's timeless appeal is down to great characters and wonderful storytelling; a classic that doesn't need goggles or gimmicks.
| Original Score: 3/5
As such Toy Story in 3D is never overwhelming. Nor is it tedious, as many recent 3D vehicles have come too close for comfort to.
The fresh look serves the story and is never allowed to overwhelm it, leaving a beautifully judged yarn to unwind and enchant a new intake of young cinemagoers.
There's no denying 3D adds extra texture to Pixar's seminal 1995 buddy movie, emphasising Buzz and Woody's toy's-eye- view of the world.
If anything, it feels even fresher, funnier and more thrilling in today's landscape of over-studied demographically correct moviemaking.
The two films and the 10-minute intermission run just over 3 hours, bit much for the little ones who find sitting still that long agonizing.