The adventure takes off!
Woody the cowboy is young Andy’s favorite toy. Yet this changes when Andy get the new super toy Buzz Lightyear for his birthday. Now that Woody is no longer number one he plans his revenge on Buzz. Toy Story is a milestone in film history for being the first feature film to use entirely computer animation.
This really is the most depressing film ever. I'd do anything to be able to see this as a kid.
Even after the gazillionth viewing I still feel this ode to childhood sports one of the best scripts ever written.
Like everything else in this film it's flawless.
You know that a film is truly great when you turn to it in times of crisis. Now, I'm not really in crisis-mode over here. Just a little bit of college-related depression and anxiety, no big deal. But there was a time in my life when I was seriously low. Like lower than the breasts of a 500-year-old woman. Lower than the raddest dig in my illustrious beach volleyball career (I play once every Monday, sometimes). I'm talking low, bro. Suicidal low. The kind of low where all I wanted to do was stop existing. I didn't want things to get better. I didn't want to change. I just wanted to go away. Poof. Disappear. Evacuate this plane of existence.…
The pixar people must be termed Scientists. What do scientists do? Come up with some new radical idea which causes a revolution in their particular field. It is the same with Pixar. Toy story created a revoution in terms of the animation technology shown on film, and also the depth of story telling and the plethora of new ideas explored in an animated film.
Making toys talk, thinking like a toy, what he likes, what he fears etc in Toy story 1,2,3 , Getting into the mindset of a rat who wants to be a chef in Ratatouille , Thinking like a robot in a different planet in Wall-E, Thinking like a fish, a shark, sea turtle and as every…
An overused word. Underused in the correct context.
Toy Story, the 1995 release from Disney Pixar is genius.
Its ingenious in its concept, design, and it's execution. The animation is beautiful. Groundbreaking computer technology that brings reality to the unreal.
The truth is though the real magic is in the stunning words, and the stunning voices, and most of all the stunning story.
Toy Story is a work of art.
And it's probably the worst one of the trilogy..
Pisses off the cynic in me.
It doesn't like to be made happy, fuzzy and warm inside.
The perfect story about love, childhood and everything in between.
Back when I was a kid there was one of the bigger cinemas in the area that had something called the "Kid's Club". That meant that once a month, on a sunday, there was a special screening for kids and you'd get a small popcorn and softdrink along with the movie. I tell you, those were the days. My Mum was a genius and I basically had the chance to see all the cool shit, from "The Lion King" to "Turtles" and even "Jurassic Park" when they first came out. I'm sure that shaped me a lot as a person.
"Toy Story" was also one of these films and of course it was just amazing. But it wasn't only a…
Oh, how I love watching this movie!
It's truly amazing! It's absolutely flawless! There's nothing wrong with "Toy Story".
"Toy Story" has one of the best scenes put to film, EVER! There so magical scenes to watch and will defiantly put a big smile on your face, every time you watch it. The birth of the friendship in this movie (Woody and Buzz) is really fun to watch. The voice talents by Tom Hanks and Tim Allen are great. The screenplay is amazing. The dialogue is awesome and is written well by (surprisingly, I just learned this) Joss Whedon, Joel Coen, Andrew Stanton, John Lasseter, and Joe Ranft.
The animation is the best thing of the entire film. It's absolutely…
This film is absolutely timeless. The magic of toys coming to life will always entrance me, no matter how old I may be. It's short length is made up for well written characters, friendships, adventures and relationships, and I know I'll still be watching this years from now!
Rewatched in Spanish class in, yes, Spanish. La pelicula Toy Story es muy bueno y una de las mejores películas de animación jamás realizada. My originally published review (in English) below.
Toy Story was the first entirely computer animated film in its time of release in 1995, and it puts Pixar on the map for a generation of amazingly crafted films to be made. The attention to detail is exquisite in this picture as reflections, flexibilities, and movement are all captured in such a stunning format it's almost too much to comprehend. Everything moves so fluently, is crafted with such a broad mind it's still astonishing to this date.
CGI animation is made with wondrous creativity and the possibilities…
Pure and utter joy. That's what I felt while watching this. I have not seen this since it came out and I don't think I could really appreciate just how good it was then, being only 8, but I certainly loved it then, as well. It's just a brilliant film.
I've always thought this was the lesser of the Toy Story films and this viewing did nothing to change my opinion. It's still a good film with a good plot, but the vast improvement in Pixar's visuals have left this to look a little dated.
Tim Allen dealt coke with a guy from my old church
There is nothing to say about this masterpiece that hasn't already been said. I realized while re-watching this movie for the 1000th time with my little brothers that "Toy Story" will be 20 years old in 2 years. TIME FLIES BY TOO DAMN FAST.