Aroview: Pixar Studios live up to - and arguably exceed - expectations for this, the third and probably final entry in their beloved flagship animation series, with the toys mistakenly delivered to a day-care centre upon their teenage owner leaving for college.
While the novelty value is never traditionally the same the third time round, this uniquely capitalizes on its familiarity with characters that appear to have matured at the same rate as their audience. Technically faultless of course, but it's the precise meld of sophisticated humour, sharp plotting and final act pathos that gratifies on a level not commonly rivaled in cinema, let alone animated film.
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5 stars (Exceptional) Pixar's conclusion to the Toy Story trilogy, Andy is all grown up and ready to go to college. The gang goes to desperate measures to get his attention before ending up as donated kindergarden toys. Better than anticipated.~GenXGirl