Toy Story 3 ~ 3D

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Toy Story 3 ~ 3D

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Disney / Pixar can pretty much do no wrong. We laughed a lot and I'm already hoping a 4th will be in the works.

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We saw it last weekend...and all four of us cried.

I think parts of it would be a bit scarey for a 3 or 4 year old. What do you think?
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I saw it last weekend with my Nephew. It was great!
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A fine finale to a fine series, enough said. I really don't know about a fourth one, but the third entry hit all the right notes. Though I must say that I don't think it needed the 3-D one little bit...
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Finally caught up with this one at a matinee over the weekend, but wound up seeing it in 2-D instead (and agree with Remo that it plays just as good without the 3-D). I loved the first two movies (as well as all the other Pixar films) and this one was no exception. It's great to see that the Pixar magic still works with young and old alike. It was a lot of fun and certainly a lot better than PREDATORS (the last movie I saw in the theatre). I thought this entry capped off the series perfectly as well but would have no complaints about a fourth movie (as long as it's done properly).

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