A friendly gang of toys, led by Woody the cowboy, live happily in their owner, Andy’s room. When jazzed up spaceman, Buzz Lightyear, enters the mix Woody competes with him for Andy’s affection. However the two must form a truce when they become separated from their owner.
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A completely mind-blowing experience at the time, but has not been hindered by time. It will always remain a landmark of cinema, and never fails to impress me with its wit and consistent, truthful storytelling. 5/5.
Part great escape and part coming of age story with toy characters playing toys for kids - but when one of them is convinced that he`s not a toy things kicks into gear. Despite its thrilling adventures seeing this film again as an adult it made me wonder why do the toys have to play toys?
A film that would revolutionize the animation industry is nothing short of a classic that can be enjoyed by people of all ages for its wit, humor, memorable well-written characters, entertainment value, animation (which still holds up fine for today's standards), and depth, going beyond the infinity - at least at the time it was made.
Wonderful to rewatch year after year, and it never loses its magic. Toy Story is undoubtedly a remarkable, and, at the time, inventive film, followed by a powerful (I actually love it) screenplay, good voice over, cool original songs which remained as childood trade marks and a soft and amazingly accurate score. Wonderful film and, undoubtedly, one of my favorites.
No one can take away the film's landmark status, but the truth is that Woody is an annoying, selfish cowboy toy at the start that I had very hard to care for him and the bickering between Hanks and Allen gets tiresome to listen on after a while. Better was the supporting voice cast and the initial idea that toys come alive when kids sleep or are not there will never lose it's magic even if it is an old one.