Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Don Rickles, Jim Varney, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger, Annie Potts and Erik von Detten as Sid
Genre: Family Fantasy
Format Used: My Own DVD
Contains: Mild Violence
This is the story of Andy's room. Andy is a normal little boy in a normal house on a normal block in a normal city rotating
around a normal sun. But the toys in Andy's room come to life and play all by themselves when Andy isn't around.
The star toy is Woody, an old fashion cowboy toy that Andy had for years and was always his favorite. A birthday party
later and the Toys have a new roommate, the space hero Buzz Lightyear.
When Woody gets jelious of Buzz he does something stupid to try to knock Buzz behind the desk, but instead knocks him
out the window. Which ends up getting them both lost. To makes matters worse Buzz doesn't know he's only a toy, he thinks
he's been shipwrecked on an alien planet. Can they get along to get home.
I liked the story, the animation and the characters. The story was strong. The cast was just great and pretty much everything
was just perfect. I give it....10 STARS
I agree with Zedd, this is a magical adventure fit for the whole family. But some hardcore monster fans may think this is
to cutsy for them though, I'm not one of them and I give TOY STORY....10 STARS as well.
ON THE POSITIVE SIDE (+ HITS):
+ STORY (The story was just great)
+ ANIMATION (The animation was perfect)
+ VOICE CAST (The voice cast was just great)
+ DIALOG (The dialog was well written)
+ MUSIC (The music was touching and hit all the write notes)
+ FUNNY (And it was very, very funny)
ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE (- MISSES):
- NOT FOR EVERYONE (There are some in the world that might find this Disney movie too cute)