Toy Story 3

SOM 016[SOM #16]

This is the third of a series of Pixar movie reviews.

Daniel Floyd is back with me to tackle the most expensive, the most successful and arguably the most eagerly awaited of all Pixar’s films. We track the production of what is at present the fifth highest grossing movie of all time and things get a little emotional near the end as we say goodbye to the toys.

This is the last Pixar review for a while but there are ten more that we will be discussing in the future. In no particular order we will cover; A Bug’s Life, Monster’s Inc, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars, Cars 2, Ratatouille, WALL-E , Up and Brave.

Author: Alex Shaw

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  1. Are/Were there any plans to cover the remainder of the Pixar Canon? It would be fantastic to see these treatments applied to the rest of the movies; particularly Brave, whose strengths/weaknesses might lend itself well to detailed discussion.

  2. Good question. I must admit the wind got sucked from my sails when I saw Cars 2, but I can definitely reveal that The Incredibles and WALL-E are going to be covered this year.

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