Story: When he goes away to college, a boy packs some of his toys in the attic – causing them to think about running away. When they all accidentally end up at a daycare center, they meet yet another insane toy. Eventually, it becomes a story about the importance of moving on.
Review: First, let’s get the obvious out of the way: the graphics are unbelievable! The fur on that teddy bear in the nighttime scene was absolutely realistic. Secondly, this is not a movie for little kids. It’s a dark, sometimes creepy, thriller that just happens to involve toys. That said, it was rather well done. It didn’t veer too far into comedy or tragedy before pulling back and the voice acting was excellent.
Recommended for: Fans of previous Toy Story movies and people who like psychological thrillers.
Content Notes: (10+) – Although I would almost call this movie too dark to be a kids’ movie, it’s probably fine for older kids.