Starring: Tim Allen, Tom Hanks, Don Rickles
Directed by: John Lasseter
Produced by: Walt Disney Productions, Pixar Animation Studios
Distributed by: Buena Vista
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|Review by Xibo
||Date seen: November 24, 1995|
|Viewing Location: Secaucus
|Summary: An instant classic that the marketing wizards loved.|
|What appears to be the first computer animated movie turns out to be
a classic Disney film. They did an excellent job of putting together
a nice story, great characterization, humor, and all without shoving
morality down our throats. This is the first rated-G film I've actually
really liked in many years. The story's about these toys who, ah,
fret about a new toy being loved more than they are, and getting displaced.
It's not very important compared to the actual storytelling. |
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|Review by Finrod
||Date seen: April 23, 2003|
|Viewing Location: some theater
|Summary: Great animated fun|
|This was Pixar's first big full-length movie, and they went all-out on it. My only annoyance was how it took forever for Buzz Lightyear to figure out who he was et al, so his posturing just ends up being annoying on re-watchings. Otherwise, it really couldn't have been better. Too bad Disney slapped their name all over it.
"I should put quotes here."