Toy Story (1995)
|Released:||Wednesday, November 22, 1995|
|Studio:||Walt Disney Pictures|
|Rating:||General audiences. All ages admitted.|
Toy Story Synopsis
The art of animation goes to infinity and beyond as Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios, a Northern California-based pioneer in computer graphics, join creative forces on the infinitely entertaining Toy Story, the first full-length animated feature to be created entirely by artists using computer tools and technology. Four years in the making, this delightfully irreverent new comedy-adventure combines an imaginative story and great characters with the visual excitement of 3-D computer-generated animation. Conceived and directed by John Lasseter, a former Disney animator whose innovative work with Pixar includes the 1989 Oscar-winning short, Tin Toy, this film represents a major milestone in animated moviemaking with its groundbreaking graphic style adding to the believability of a world where toys have a life of their own. With a cast of top vocal talent headed by Tom Hanks and Tim Allen plus three entertaining new songs and an inspired score by renowned composer/performer Randy Newman, the fantasy takes flight and provides extraordinary delights for moviegoers of all ages.
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Toy Story 3D Physical Media: Blu-ray Review
On November 1, Disney released the original Toy Story on 3D Blu-ray combo pack. There is something about this release that I haven't noticed about most other 3D releases and that is: This movie looks better in 3D than it does on regular Blu-ray. While Toy Story 3 was being made, the team...
Full Review | Grade: A