Andy is now 17 and ready to head off to college, leaving Woody, Buzz, Jessie, and the rest of the toy-box gang to ponder their uncertain futures. When the toys are accidentally donated to the Sunnyside Daycare center they’re initially overjoyed to once again be played with, but their enthusiasm quickly gives way to horror as they discover the true nature of the establishment under the rule of the deceptively welcoming “Lotso” Bear. Now, all of the toys must band together in one final, crazy scheme to escape their confines and return home to Andy. —IMDb
Lee Unkrich (born August 8, 1967) is an American director and film editor. He is a longtime member of the creative team at Pixar, where he started in 1994 as a film editor. He later began directing, first as co-director of Toy Story 2. After co-directing Monsters, Inc., and Finding Nemo, Unkrich made his solo directorial debut with Toy Story 3, for which he won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature in 2011. Unkrich is the 2011 recipient of University of Southern California’s Mary Pickford Distinguished Alumni Award recognizing alumni contributions to the cinematic arts. With the award, Unkrich joins a list of distinguished USC alumni including Robert Zemeckis, Walter Murch, Jon Landau, Gary Rydstrom and Jay Roach.
A native of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Unkrich spent his youth acting at the Cleveland Playhouse. Unkrich graduated from the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts in 1990. Before joining Pixar in 1994, Unkrich worked for several years in television… read more
I laughed, I cried, and everything in between. Pixar did their damn thing with this one.
TS1: Barnburning prototype, most effective at laying the groundwork for a smashing follow-up. TS2: Delivers on the promise of the first with mile-a-minute antics. Best of the lot, and yet elation is oddly short-lived. TS3: Highly problematic. Aims for the rafters although it ends up on the skids. Bonnie's toys a welcome reprieve. Overall? An indispensable but flawed cultural emblem of a trilogy à la LOTR.
One of the things I always loved about Pixar's work has been its forthright attempts to experiment with their chosen medium (animation) with
It is beyond me how Pixar can produce one good film after the other (except Incredibles) and even when it comes to sequels and trilogies their films never lack the quality you would expect from a franchise… read review
Title: Toy Story 3
Language: English, Spanish
Genre: Animation, Adventure
Director: Lee Unkrich
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