Where toys comes alive…

When I was a little girl, I would always imagine that my toys are alive and they are my friends. I talked to them. They’re my imaginary friends. Then along came Pixar with Toy Story, and I was ecstatic about it. I was really hooked with Toy Story, as it’s a movie where toys became not only alive, but heroes with many misadventures to tell.

Toy Story tells the story of a group of toys…mainly the misadventures of Woody the Cowboy toy as well as Buzz Lightyear, the astronaut action figure with the character suspiciously like Luke Skywalker from The Star Wars along with many other memorable characters like the Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head.

I’m no longer a little girl, but the story of the toys goes on when Pixar decided to revive them and put them into action again on the silver screen again in 2010. Pixar came up with Toy Story 3, a sequel to Toy Story and Toy Story 3.

In Toy Story 3, Andy, the protagonist who owns all of those toys is no longer a little boy. He’s now a teenager of seventeen years old, and is pursuing his education in college.

Toy Story 3 starts off with Andy deciding to bring Woody to college with him, but packs up the rest of his toys in a garbage bag to put them away for safekeeping in the attic. Unfortunately for those toys, Mrs. Davis mistakenly throw them away as she believed that Andy no longer wants them.The toys then sneaked into a box that’s going to be donated to a daycare. The toys were saddened and felt betrayed by their owner Andy, thinking that he no longer wants them and therefore discarded them.

Havoc ensues in the world of Toy Story 3 when the toys are innocently abused by the younger children in the daycare, and now it’s up to Woody to to make things right again for his friends. Will Woody succeed? Or will he fail? Will the world of the toys be filled with joy and children’s laughter again?

Find out more in Toy Story 3 DVD, an action filled story where toys not only became alive, but became the heroes of your dreams as well. The DVD can be obtained in Tesco and many other stores near you.

Thumbs up for Toy Story 3. This is one movie perfect for audience of all age with loads of wonderful message to send across.

Cleffairy: No toys gets left behind. 😀

17 comments

  1. MRC says:

    yeap – U r Mrs potato head & I’m Mr potato head LOL

    Urmm seriously i watched alot of animation cartoon but for reason unknown to myself, i skipped this – maybe i shall buy DVD & watch :p

  2. uncle Lee says:

    Hi, long time no see. How you doin’?
    I guess I too young days had my toys, more made personally as parents had empty pockets come to life in many ways. A world of fantasy.
    You have fun and keep well. Oh ya, guess who’s coming for dinner, here in Toronto?
    Lee.

    • Cleffairy says:

      Hello Uncle Lee. How do you do? I’m doing pretty well over here.

      I’ve read your blog, you’ll be dining with Tuanku Mirzan. Good for you. Have fun, ya?

  3. Bananazஇ says:

    Love cartoons coz those days they can make them fly, fall from high buildings, blasted and still in one piece. But nowadays in this digital world they can also make the real heros fly and do wonders. Anyway still love watching cartoons..coz ‘refused’ to grow up haha..

  4. Bananazஇ says:

    Love cartoons coz those days they can make them fly, fall from high buildings, blasted and still in one piece. But nowadays in this digital world they can also make the real heros fly and do wonders. Anyway still love watching cartoons..coz ‘refused’ to grow up haha..

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