How do you improve upon a winning formula I hear you ask? Well, the key is not to mix things up. This just brings back all the popular characters, introduces a few new ones, and gives us another easy to follow concept that appeals to kids and adults alike. On this occasion, Woody is stolen by a greedy toy collector, intent on shipping him to Japan to become on display as a collectors item within a museum. Torn between his old friends, and his new ones, he has to make the decision of whether to remain loyal to his mates and owner, knowing one day he will be cast aside when Andy grows up, or whether he wishes to constantly be appreciated by tourists gawping at him within the confides of a toy museum. It all sounds quite deep and meaningful but of course it's not. It's all about the journey and of course the laughs along the way, and as expected, this produces many. It's good that we actually have a couple of villains in this one too, nothing malicious, but an enemy is always a bonus for children to 'boo'. I can't say this is ever going to be top of my wish list for films to watch but you cannot help but continue to admire the clever way in which this will appeal to families. I'll gladly sit through the 3rd Instalment, and no doubt be writing more countless praise regarding the success of this series.