Charlie Derry’s review published on Letterboxd :
After an 11 year wait, Woody, Buzz and the whole toy box team are back on their final and most exciting adventure yet. A brilliant comedy that outstands its predecessors in many ways, Toy Story 3 is a film that can be enjoyed by adults and children alike, but it is especially a memorable experience for those who want to relive a childhood favourite.
A more serious story line, maybe one a bit too extreme, in places, for the younger audience with poker nights and Spanish flirtations; the children will laugh at the goofing around but the adults even more so in its true understanding. The film provokes tears from both laughter and sadness, even from the older audience; something that can not be said for most Disney films. No morals to be learnt, but a story of true friendships; one that Toy Story exceeds in portraying.
A classic maintained, remembering the reasons why we loved the original back in 1995. Director Lee Unkrich has made this one for the original fans, though it is still highly enjoyable for those who haven;t seen originals. A must-see for all.