I brought April and May to meet the Toy Story's old friends like Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and Jessie, and not to forget the new characters like Ken and Barbie dolls in last June school holiday.
My two preschoolers who are old enough to love the idea of going to the movies but far too young to be trusted to sit through a film by themselves. I’m hoping to get more out the experience than the air conditioning and popcorn.
"Toy Story 3" is a gorgeous kid-friendly movie — funny, sweet and clever in the tradition of the best Pixar movies. It’s so easy for Toy Story 3 to hold their full attention, and they required no trip at all to the snack bar and the bathroom. It is a film that essentially had babysat the children for a couple of hours, and one that’s worth the adult time as well.
I especially love the last part of the movie. When Andy plays with Woody, Buzz and all for the very last time, before he bids farewell and leaves for his college. Oh my! I almost cried and tried so hard to hold my tear. It is really a touching scene when Andy describing all his old friends to Bonnie.
After a few weeks, when I read aloud the Toy Story 3 book that I bought in Popular for my children, I again sobbed at the last page. Until I had to finish the last paragraph in my crying voice. Cartoon also can make me so emotional.