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Kiddos going to bed with visions of Toy Story 3 in their head

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That long awaited time has finally arrived -- Toy Story 3 in 3-D will take to the big screen Friday, June 18.


If I've heard it once, I've heard it a thousand times, "Are we going to go see Toy Story 3?" Let me say I am equally as excited as any child. But after days upon days of hearing that...let's just say it ranks right up there with "Are we there yet?"

 

The movie: So far the casting in this new movie that has taken several years to produce looks very good. Tim Allen is Buzz Lightyear, Tom Hanks is Woody and Joan Cusack is Jessie, of course. Favorites like Don Rickles as Mr. Potato Head and John Ratzenberger as Hamm (the piggy bank), this movie is sure to score with children and adults alike following suit with the prior two. Michael Keaton (otherwise known as Batman) is the voice of Ken (Barbie's love interest).


Disney has done it again. The audience fast-forwards to Andy (John Morris) heading to college. This brings the whole toy-box gang back together with a reunion, of sorts, in a daycare. Unfortunately, these untamed tots with their sticky little fingers do not play nice.


According to the Los Angeles Times, people who have seen pre-release surveys say that "Toy Story 3" is certain to have the biggest opening for a movie from Pixar Animation Studios, beating 2004's "The Incredibles," which started with $70.4 million in the U.S. and Canada. Thanks to strong interest among all audience segments, as well as 3-D premium ticket prices, the movie could provide Pixar's first $100-million-plus opening if pre-release tracking is on target.


Remember, no toy gets left behind. Well, if the theme is any count this movie should prove worth the price of admission and popcorn!

 

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Worth the price of the 3D admission
written by a guest , July 06, 2010
This movie was definitely worth the price of the 3D admission ticket and the $15 popcorn too. As good as they are, the prior movies really have little effect on seeing this movie. It was great! I would recommend it to anyone with or without children. It has a wonderful message that spans all ages. Make plans to see it.

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