Tomatometer Watch: Will Toy Story 3 Stay Perfect?

Toy Story and Toy Story 2 have combined for zero negative reviews.

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Toy Story 3 is not only one of the season's most anticipated movies, but the critical success of the first two toy-filled adventures give this sequel the unenviable, yet very enviable distinction of having to maintain what could be the most dominant streak of freshness in Tomatometer history. At the time of publication, Toy Story and Toy Story 2 have combined for 214 reviews, all of which have been fresh.

So while Woody and Buzz are no strangers to pressure and in fact, appear to do their best work under extreme circumstances, the film's level of critical and fan expectation is unprecedented. In this third and possibly final installment, a misunderstanding between Andy and his mom sees the toys wind up at Sunnyside daycare, which initially seems like a joyous, utopian retirement where they'll experience the excitement of being played with when Andy goes to college. However, the toys discover that this move came as a result of a misunderstanding and is not the vacation they thought it was. Before you take a trip into the walls of Sunnyside with the beloved cast, find out if the critics think 3 takes the series to infinity and beyond, and if the spotless Toy Story streak continues with this next installment.


Reviews began coming in last Thursday, getting 3 off to a perfect start after five reviews. The Hollywood Reporter's Michael Rechtshaffen writes, "Playing with more darkly complex emotions than the previous two installments, incoming director Lee Unkrich and screenwriter Michael Arndt manage to add nice substance without noticeably weighing down the beloved characters." He goes on to say that "In a season filled with underperformers, expect Toy Story 3 to finally rise to the occasion."

Recognizing the challenge set by the franchise's high bar, Variety's Peter Debruge says, "Pixar has essentially set an impossible standard for itself, having previously delivered the rare sequel that improves on the original, then followed that up with a run of exceptional work." He continues, "The visuals look gorgeous as ever, making classy use of 3D to enhance the drama, while staying true to the original aesthetic," and that the film "is best when it's being serious."

Undoubtedly, one of the series' strengths has been its ability to appeal to children and adults alike. Access Hollywood's Scott Mantz writes, "Toy Story 3 raises the bar for how much a film can work on every level for both kids and adults (and adults who were kids when the first movie came out)."

Emanuel Levy gives the film a "B" rating overall, describing the sequel as "Nostalgic and old-fashioned in both the positive and negative sense of the word," and continuing to say that "Toy Story 3 inevitably lacks the technical sophistication and thematic poignancy of such Pixar highlights as Wall-E and last year's Up, two of the company's very best productions." And Box Office Magazine's Pete Hammond says, "If you think this Summer has gotten off to a lukewarm start, you can count on Pixar (as usual) to come in and save the day with this wonderful and unforgettable movie experience." Ultimately, Hammond says the film is "without question the movie to see this summer."

As reviews continue to roll in all week, be sure to check back here and on Toy Story 3's page to keep up on the latest reviews and Tomatometer scores for one of this year's most anticipated films.


Comments

Marissa Evans

Marissa Smith

I'm optimistic and saying that it will remain at 100%. There have been reviews out there claiming that it's the best of the three. In fact, somebody who claimed that Toy Story 2 was underwhelming and doesn't care much about Pixar claims Toy Story 3 is "amazing", "perfect" and "excellent".

Jun 14 - 10:26 AM

Mr. Dufresne

Chip McNair

I know, I saw that review. Even though I love Toy Story 2, I can't tell you how excited that got me. This could really turn out to be the best one. Just four more days!

Jun 14 - 10:38 AM

Felix S.

Felix Slatkin

I saw it through a friend - I don't know if it's better that 2 (close maybe. I think it's better than 1) but the conclusion of 3 is pretty much perfect - not necessarily funny, but perfect.

Jun 15 - 04:37 PM

Corey K.

Corey Kruswick

I think its going to get 97%...because there are a few douche critics who rate every great movie rotten..Armond White

Jun 14 - 10:36 AM

LakersFan-BostonSucks

Matt St. John

Exactly what I was thinking! Wait for Douche White to come out and say that the relationship between Woody and Buzz is a metaphor for the oppression of African-Americans everywhere and it's all spearheaded by Andy, a towering white man who controls everything and is hellbent on stopping the evolutionary progression of black people!!

(Just sounds like something he'd say)

Jun 14 - 10:48 AM

dj Mark

Mark Marquis

Definitely not 100%.. the days of perfect RT scores (for modern films) are long gone.

Definitely 90's.

Jun 14 - 10:57 AM

SmokingAce

Blake Jennings

Yes and I'm sure he said that Shrek 4ever after was a profound piece of Contemporary african cinema with Donkey as the most aspiring "black" character since Kunta Kinte. But Armond has been a little bit better lately. A little.

Jun 14 - 12:58 PM

jomo999

Joe Morris

genius comment, that's exactly like something he'd try and say :D
regardless of what that hack/bigot says I'm looking forward to this film immensely and am expecting high 90's if not the perfect 100 which seems to be out of reach for any wide release these days.

Jun 15 - 11:00 AM

boone292929

Peter DAntonio

@SuckitBaby Absolutely hilarious comment, nice one!

Jun 15 - 07:25 PM

Ben B.

Ben Bafaro

armond white is a communist! lol

Jun 15 - 08:17 PM

Steviemus Prime

Steven Pryor

It's clear that Armond White knows how constructive criticism works. It's simply his conclusions that I find unsupportable. Regarding his comments on how the film was filled with product placement (wait, what?) and promotes consumerism kind of put me as seeing he was off his rocker. In any case, the real-world representations of the toys are actually one of those rare cases of reverse product placement.

Reading a bit more of his review, it's clear that he not only saw things in the film that weren't there, he also failed to understand its sentiment on relationships, abandonment, and age; which connected most with people like me, who were heading to college after the film's release.

The negative reviews that drew less flak were ones that criticized its 3D showings or challenged its necessity as a sequel. In the end, Lee Unkrich and Pixar prevailed-Toy Story 3 became their most successful film ever, and the first animated film ever to make over $1 billion worldwide; with only Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest to overtake as Disney's biggest hit ever.

And how did Unkrich respond to the criticism? With this simple post on his Twitter account-"You are sad, strange little men, and you have my pity." Epic.

Nov 12 - 06:47 PM

Jason C Wilkerson

Jason Wilkerson

Between reviewers like Armond, and comments like that critic saying it doesn't have the technically wizardry of movies like Wall-E it's not going to stay at 100%. That comment, by the way, really annoyed the crap out of me.

Jun 14 - 02:11 PM

Thelastholdout

Douglas Wake

*ahem* Dude, that comment was from Eugene Levy, who is notoriously tough on pretty much all but the super best of the best of movies. That he gave Toy Story 3 a positive review at all is an extremely good sign for its actual quality.

Jun 14 - 04:55 PM

TalkingGorilla

Philip Zamora

Eugene Levy? Isn't that the actor who played Jim's father in the American Pie films and co-stars in most of Christopher Guest's mockumentaries?

Jun 14 - 09:17 PM

Thelastholdout

Douglas Wake

Sorry, my bad. Emanuel Levy.

Jun 15 - 09:19 AM

Matthew W.

Matthew White

I'd believe anything Eugene Levy told me.

Jun 15 - 09:58 AM

Spencer M.

Spencer Moleda

All we need is for Morgan Freeman to give the film a positive review. If he says that it is a good film, it must be true.

Jun 15 - 11:43 AM

Peter W.

Peter Winters

This just in. Kubrick, Wyler, Spielberg all gave it positive reviews.

Jun 16 - 10:08 AM

Spencer M.

Spencer Moleda

Spielberg gave it a positive review. That is all that matters in my mind.

Jun 16 - 01:27 PM

Stark Industrialist

Daniel Morris

Reading the final tomatometer for this movie will be like eating what you think will be a nice, perfect Hershey bar... only to find out it was full of almonds that put a bad taste in your mouth and just ruin it for everyone involved. In TS3's case, it will be full of Armonds.

Jun 14 - 08:47 PM

The Karate Kritic part5

adam etchegoyen

exactly

Jun 14 - 11:07 PM

JoJo M.

JoJo McKnight

And apparently every rotten movie fresh...I'm looking at you, Last Song and Clash of the Titans!

Jun 15 - 06:54 AM

Brendon D.

Brendon Day

I'm new to this site and have no idea who this reviewer is despite hearing so much about his "Reviews" can someone give a link to some of his "best" reviews

Jun 15 - 04:30 PM

Serum114

Miguel Gonzalez

I pray for this to go beyond perfect, if that is even possible.

Jun 14 - 10:36 AM

Colin J.

Colin Jacobs

I think at this point critics are somewhat afraid to give it a negative review because of all of us that will come burn their houses.

Jun 14 - 09:19 PM

Mr. Dufresne

Chip McNair

Definitely either a 100% or a 98-99%.

Jun 14 - 10:37 AM

Mr. Dufresne

Chip McNair

Of course, a critic or two (cough*Armond White*cough) might be reading this and secretly conspiring to ruin this film's freshness. Maybe his heart will grow three sizes after seeing it, like the Grinch's did.

Jun 14 - 10:44 AM

manwithoutfear19

Daniel Raimondi

i say 98% either way im still seeing it

Jun 14 - 10:50 AM

dj Mark

Mark Marquis

No, White wrote his review for Toy Story 3 the day he found out Pixar was making another. He doesn't actually need to see a film before reviewing it.

Jun 14 - 10:59 AM

Dave J

Dave J

Maybe Armond White wanted to be paid to write a good review but was ignored by Pixar!

Jun 14 - 04:04 PM

lwe337

Lee Erickson

Armond has given some of the movies I really liked a rotten rating. After reading those rotten reviews I understand why he gave some of those films a rotten rating, but others seem to make no sense at all as if he had not watched the films and just didn't like either the Director, Screenwriter or (in cases that it had been adapted) the company from which the material had been adapted.

Jun 14 - 08:57 PM

Mr. Dufresne

Chip McNair

I know, I saw that review. Even though I love Toy Story 2, I can't tell you how excited that got me. This could really turn out to be the best one. Just four more days!

Jun 14 - 10:38 AM

Mr. Dufresne

Chip McNair

Of course, a critic or two (cough*Armond White*cough) might be reading this and secretly conspiring to ruin this film's freshness. Maybe his heart will grow three sizes after seeing it, like the Grinch's did.

Jun 14 - 10:44 AM

manwithoutfear19

Daniel Raimondi

i say 98% either way im still seeing it

Jun 14 - 10:50 AM

dj Mark

Mark Marquis

No, White wrote his review for Toy Story 3 the day he found out Pixar was making another. He doesn't actually need to see a film before reviewing it.

Jun 14 - 10:59 AM

Dave J

Dave J

Maybe Armond White wanted to be paid to write a good review but was ignored by Pixar!

Jun 14 - 04:04 PM

lwe337

Lee Erickson

Armond has given some of the movies I really liked a rotten rating. After reading those rotten reviews I understand why he gave some of those films a rotten rating, but others seem to make no sense at all as if he had not watched the films and just didn't like either the Director, Screenwriter or (in cases that it had been adapted) the company from which the material had been adapted.

Jun 14 - 08:57 PM

waffleslayer

Eric Fowler

Honestly, I won't say that i hope this movie gets a 100% (on the virtue that I haven't seen it and can't really say whether or not it deserves a perfect). But I do think it'll get high 90's, possibly 98 or 99. In this day and age, a 100% is too much to ask for. Hell, high 90's is often too much to ask for, because some idiot has to hate it.

Jun 14 - 10:46 AM

Jason C Wilkerson

Jason Wilkerson

Can't you say that you hope it's good enough to get 100%?! When those of us who do dare to hope, hope a movie gets 100% that's usually because we hope the movie's worthy, not because we've seen the movie and think it's deserving of 100%.

Jun 14 - 02:13 PM

Zed'sDead

Ethan O'Brien

You are sounding incredibly ignorant.

Jun 17 - 07:32 AM

Jason C Wilkerson

Jason Wilkerson

I'm sounding ignorant, or they are?

Jun 17 - 01:20 PM

LakersFan-BostonSucks

Matt St. John

Exactly what I was thinking! Wait for Douche White to come out and say that the relationship between Woody and Buzz is a metaphor for the oppression of African-Americans everywhere and it's all spearheaded by Andy, a towering white man who controls everything and is hellbent on stopping the evolutionary progression of black people!!

(Just sounds like something he'd say)

Jun 14 - 10:48 AM

dj Mark

Mark Marquis

Definitely not 100%.. the days of perfect RT scores (for modern films) are long gone.

Definitely 90's.

Jun 14 - 10:57 AM

SmokingAce

Blake Jennings

Yes and I'm sure he said that Shrek 4ever after was a profound piece of Contemporary african cinema with Donkey as the most aspiring "black" character since Kunta Kinte. But Armond has been a little bit better lately. A little.

Jun 14 - 12:58 PM

jomo999

Joe Morris

genius comment, that's exactly like something he'd try and say :D
regardless of what that hack/bigot says I'm looking forward to this film immensely and am expecting high 90's if not the perfect 100 which seems to be out of reach for any wide release these days.

Jun 15 - 11:00 AM

boone292929

Peter DAntonio

@SuckitBaby Absolutely hilarious comment, nice one!

Jun 15 - 07:25 PM

Ben B.

Ben Bafaro

armond white is a communist! lol

Jun 15 - 08:17 PM

Steviemus Prime

Steven Pryor

It's clear that Armond White knows how constructive criticism works. It's simply his conclusions that I find unsupportable. Regarding his comments on how the film was filled with product placement (wait, what?) and promotes consumerism kind of put me as seeing he was off his rocker. In any case, the real-world representations of the toys are actually one of those rare cases of reverse product placement.

Reading a bit more of his review, it's clear that he not only saw things in the film that weren't there, he also failed to understand its sentiment on relationships, abandonment, and age; which connected most with people like me, who were heading to college after the film's release.

The negative reviews that drew less flak were ones that criticized its 3D showings or challenged its necessity as a sequel. In the end, Lee Unkrich and Pixar prevailed-Toy Story 3 became their most successful film ever, and the first animated film ever to make over $1 billion worldwide; with only Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest to overtake as Disney's biggest hit ever.

And how did Unkrich respond to the criticism? With this simple post on his Twitter account-"You are sad, strange little men, and you have my pity." Epic.

Nov 12 - 06:47 PM

manwithoutfear19

Daniel Raimondi

i say 98% either way im still seeing it

Jun 14 - 10:50 AM

Floor Man

Floor Man

Definitely not going to stay at 100%. Armond White exists.

Jun 14 - 10:51 AM

Aurora B.

Aurora Bellard

who is this guy that everyone says hates Pixar films?

Jun 14 - 11:38 AM

Thelastholdout

Douglas Wake

Just search for "Armond White Up Review" and read the atrocity.

Jun 14 - 12:36 PM

Jason B.

Jason Black

Ugh, I just read it. THIS excerpt says it all:

"All this deflated cinema and Pixarism mischaracterizes what good animation can be, as in Coraline, Monster House, Chicken Little, TeacherÔ??s Pet, The Iron Giant."

Coraline was a great movie, but Monster House? Chicken little? TEACHER'S PET?!? Uh.... NO.

Jun 14 - 01:35 PM

Mr. Dufresne

Chip McNair

PLEASE tell me that's a joke. Please. Chicken Little is one of the worst movies I have EVER seen. It's terrible.

Jun 14 - 01:56 PM

Thelastholdout

Douglas Wake

That's the line from him that convinced me he's a troll. Oh, that and he gave Transformers 2 a positive review, basically saying that Michael Bay is a directing genius and the best guy they could've hired to direct the film.

Jun 14 - 04:57 PM

Brendon D.

Brendon Day

every website these days have trolls, i would like to know though, at what point in their lives they decided they wanted to be a useless annoying troll who, many assume, has no life etc

Jun 15 - 04:43 PM

ToDandy

Todd Anderson

I just read it as well and the second he said Chicken Little was what a good animation film really is....I wrote him off my list of viable sources of opinions forever.

Jun 14 - 02:02 PM

Jason C Wilkerson

Jason Wilkerson

Yeah, of those only Iron Giant and Coraline needed to be mentioned.

Jun 14 - 02:14 PM

Aurora B.

Aurora Bellard

good god!!!! just from his reviews he has already scared the crap out of me!!! i mean come on, Chicken Little!!?!?! that has no business being mentioned with the Iron Giant.plus the same guy who wrote that, Brad Bird, created "The Incredibles"!! so yeah, sounds crazy to me and no one should take him seriously...ever...

Jun 14 - 07:45 PM

boone292929

Peter DAntonio

Pixar should join Spike Lee and bar him from attending press screenings of their movies.

Jun 15 - 07:31 PM

Jason C Wilkerson

Jason Wilkerson

Wait, Spike Lee has barred Armond White from attending press screenings of his movies?! You know things are bad when a black near racist filmmaker bars a black near racist critic from going to his movie. I know this because racist blacks love to congregate. (I can say this because I'm black!)

Jun 16 - 08:29 PM

Bob M.

Bob Mark

They probably did, otherwise I'm sure Armond would have graced us all with his review by now.

Jun 16 - 10:32 PM

tehFozz

Adam Juslen

This is the review that did it for me when I searched his name:

"Leterrier certainly shows a better sense of meaningful, economic narrative than the mess that Peter Jackson made of the interminable, incoherent Lord of the Rings trilogy."

That's his POSITIVE review for Clash of the Titans

Jun 14 - 10:57 PM

Phillip K.

Phillip Kissell

*vomits*

Jun 15 - 09:32 AM

Adrian S.

Adrian Smith

This Armond is stupid,,how can he write such a trash,,,saying that LotR was a mess and incoherent and Clash found its light and has sense,,,,,he is a TROLL

Jun 17 - 06:32 AM

dj Mark

Mark Marquis

Definitely not 100%.. the days of perfect RT scores (for modern films) are long gone.

Definitely 90's.

Jun 14 - 10:57 AM

Cory

Cory B

No. No it will not. Every time Pixar releases a film Armond White posts a negative review. It's a given. Expectations are sky-high, and there are sure to be a few reviewers who walk away disappointed.

Jun 14 - 10:57 AM

CitizenRob

Rob Chamberlain

I wonder why White didn't review "How to Train Your Dragon" considering how well it was reviewed, you'd think he would have wanted to rain on that parade.

Jun 15 - 05:46 PM

Tyler S.

Tyler Schwab

People are giving How to Train Your Dragon a little too much credit. Yes it has a 98% but the average rating is a 7.9. Up also has a 98% but it has an average rating of an 8.6. That's a big difference. So even if Toy Story 3 has a 98% it should be interesting what the average rating is. We may have a race between HTTYD and Toy Story 3 for best animated feature.

Jun 15 - 10:05 PM

CitizenRob

Rob Chamberlain

I honestly didn't think much of that movie. It wasn't -bad-, but it seemed to be well liked by many, and that's something that burns Mister White's britches.

Jun 16 - 05:18 PM

Adrian S.

Adrian Smith

The same HTTYD is a good movie and deserves fresh critics, but it is not that big

Jun 17 - 06:33 AM

CitizenRob

Rob Chamberlain

Still. He didn't review it..I wonder why...

Jun 17 - 07:29 AM

dj Mark

Mark Marquis

No, White wrote his review for Toy Story 3 the day he found out Pixar was making another. He doesn't actually need to see a film before reviewing it.

Jun 14 - 10:59 AM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

Everytime Armond White posts a review Kim Jung Il eats a puppy.

Jun 14 - 11:10 AM

Sputnik99

sputnik 99

ROFL!

Jun 14 - 12:17 PM

roguebot

rogue bot

There are too many attention-seeking, glorified bloggers in the world today for Toy Story 3 to keep 100%.

Jun 14 - 11:14 AM

Aurora B.

Aurora Bellard

i agree, u can see a million black and white movies with %100, but how many modern movies boast that? just about none, because there will always be those a-hole few ppl who want to say something bad just so it can't be flawless.

Jun 14 - 11:37 AM

nate2709

Nate 2709

No way Armond White gives a Pixar movie a positive review, we all know this.

Jun 14 - 11:16 AM

Filmgeek

ToyStory Fan

Unless it's made by Brad Bird. He says in his negative review of Up that he likes Brad Bird and that the only exceptions to Pixar's "sappiness" are The Incredibles and Ratatoullie.

Aug 11 - 11:10 AM

K

KateBeckinsaleLover Clarke

Very rarely does a movie ever stay at 100%. I'm thinking it'll be anywhere between 99%-95%. Armond White will surely be one of the few (if not the only one) to give it a negative review. Whatever rating it gets, I look forward to seeing it this weekend.

Jun 14 - 11:35 AM

Aurora B.

Aurora Bellard

i agree, u can see a million black and white movies with %100, but how many modern movies boast that? just about none, because there will always be those a-hole few ppl who want to say something bad just so it can't be flawless.

Jun 14 - 11:37 AM

Aurora B.

Aurora Bellard

who is this guy that everyone says hates Pixar films?

Jun 14 - 11:38 AM

Thelastholdout

Douglas Wake

Just search for "Armond White Up Review" and read the atrocity.

Jun 14 - 12:36 PM

Jason B.

Jason Black

Ugh, I just read it. THIS excerpt says it all:

"All this deflated cinema and Pixarism mischaracterizes what good animation can be, as in Coraline, Monster House, Chicken Little, TeacherÔ??s Pet, The Iron Giant."

Coraline was a great movie, but Monster House? Chicken little? TEACHER'S PET?!? Uh.... NO.

Jun 14 - 01:35 PM

Mr. Dufresne

Chip McNair

PLEASE tell me that's a joke. Please. Chicken Little is one of the worst movies I have EVER seen. It's terrible.

Jun 14 - 01:56 PM

Thelastholdout

Douglas Wake

That's the line from him that convinced me he's a troll. Oh, that and he gave Transformers 2 a positive review, basically saying that Michael Bay is a directing genius and the best guy they could've hired to direct the film.

Jun 14 - 04:57 PM

Brendon D.

Brendon Day

every website these days have trolls, i would like to know though, at what point in their lives they decided they wanted to be a useless annoying troll who, many assume, has no life etc

Jun 15 - 04:43 PM

ToDandy

Todd Anderson

I just read it as well and the second he said Chicken Little was what a good animation film really is....I wrote him off my list of viable sources of opinions forever.

Jun 14 - 02:02 PM

Jason C Wilkerson

Jason Wilkerson

Yeah, of those only Iron Giant and Coraline needed to be mentioned.

Jun 14 - 02:14 PM

Aurora B.

Aurora Bellard

good god!!!! just from his reviews he has already scared the crap out of me!!! i mean come on, Chicken Little!!?!?! that has no business being mentioned with the Iron Giant.plus the same guy who wrote that, Brad Bird, created "The Incredibles"!! so yeah, sounds crazy to me and no one should take him seriously...ever...

Jun 14 - 07:45 PM

boone292929

Peter DAntonio

Pixar should join Spike Lee and bar him from attending press screenings of their movies.

Jun 15 - 07:31 PM

Jason C Wilkerson

Jason Wilkerson

Wait, Spike Lee has barred Armond White from attending press screenings of his movies?! You know things are bad when a black near racist filmmaker bars a black near racist critic from going to his movie. I know this because racist blacks love to congregate. (I can say this because I'm black!)

Jun 16 - 08:29 PM

Bob M.

Bob Mark

They probably did, otherwise I'm sure Armond would have graced us all with his review by now.

Jun 16 - 10:32 PM

tehFozz

Adam Juslen

This is the review that did it for me when I searched his name:

"Leterrier certainly shows a better sense of meaningful, economic narrative than the mess that Peter Jackson made of the interminable, incoherent Lord of the Rings trilogy."

That's his POSITIVE review for Clash of the Titans

Jun 14 - 10:57 PM

Phillip K.

Phillip Kissell

*vomits*

Jun 15 - 09:32 AM

Adrian S.

Adrian Smith

This Armond is stupid,,how can he write such a trash,,,saying that LotR was a mess and incoherent and Clash found its light and has sense,,,,,he is a TROLL

Jun 17 - 06:32 AM

Aurora B.

Aurora Bellard

another reason why it may keep its %100 is because now 3 times the amount of ppl or even 5 times the amount are able to see it compared to the releases of TS1 and TS2 in which if u saw it, u were probably already a fan and rooting for Pixar. This time everyone is seeing it and this opens the floodgates to critics who may not have ever given the first two movies a chance or like to find flaws in things, which most critics do. nothings sacred or perfect these days, because moronic ppl exist. i am still hoping for that perfect 100 though!! because for the first time in my life, i get to see a Toy Story movie on the big screen!!! :D

Jun 14 - 11:43 AM

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