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Not one of Walt's best films. The art design, in my opinion, is to dark, not the usual warmth of at Disny movie. Early critics did not like it either. The movie cost to much to make, and in 1960, the Walt Disney Company reported a revenue loss.
This movie was good, but not great. The part where they were in the dump, about to be melted, was a bit to sad for a kids show. Ken was annoying, the plot was just O.K., and the whole movie seemed to missing some of that Disney magic.
The worst out of all the Toy Story movies (I disagree with the RT staff on that this is the best animated movie ever, because it isn't) The computer animation is the same as the first, no improvement. The "bad guy" is a fat losser. It is not as funny as the original. And the story is not all the heart warming.
The original and best Toy Story Movie. Funny, interesting plot, and ground breaking computer animation. BUT it is not the best movie of all time, or the best animated movie of all time. The plot is a bit silly, when you think about it, and the characters can be a tad anoying at times.
Rio is full of charm and great music. I saw it twice ain the theaters, and both times the movie was wounderful. The animation is good, and there are many funny moments, though the story is a bit lacking. All in all, a great film to watch.
Now this is true Hollywood magic. Back when they knew how to do romance with out any in-bed scense and what not. Ohh, it is wounderfull when Dooley Wilson sings as time goes by. And Humphry Bogart really plays the part well! Why can't Hollywould make movies like this again?