Critic Review - Globe and Mail

At its best, most moving moments, Toy Story 3 is a story about the pang of a young adult moving away from home and leaving child-like things behind.

June 18, 2010 Full Review Source: Globe and Mail | Comments (7)
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Gail M.

Gail Marcarelli

Woah... that was almost a rotten review.

Jun 18 - 01:20 PM

Spencer M.

Spencer Moleda

I don't think that it was almost rotten. HE simply had a bit more problems with it than most. He still praised the film, but thought that it wasn't as good as it's predecessors. I have to say, though, that the criticisms he gave seem a bit ridiculous.

Jun 18 - 01:29 PM

Gail M.

Gail Marcarelli

I agree.

Jun 18 - 01:34 PM

Matt L.

Matt Lubisich

this review reminds me a lot of the people that complained that Wall-E was lacking because it wasn't about humans.

he praises all the human elements but has nothing good to say about the toys.

some people just aren't that great letting their imaginations take over for a short while.

Jun 18 - 02:02 PM

Ron P.

Ron Potty

Jun 18 - 02:06 PM

Avelino M.

Avelino Moreno

Ron P., please don't spread that vile piece of garbage.

Jun 19 - 12:01 AM

Dom D.

Dom Donofrio

As a 17 year old about to enter his last year in high school and facing the ultimatum of the rapidly approaching college dilemma, I found myself so close to the character of Andy that, I cried myslef watching him play with his toys and giving a final farewell to childhood at the end of the film. Toy Story 3 and Pixar hammered the nail right on the head in depicting the progression of a child into an adult and the difficulties of leaving behind all the memories and dreams one placed in his toys, through imagination, during adolescence.

Jul 8 - 11:26 PM

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