We’ve come a long way in 19 years. Way back when in 1995, Pixar made a movie about children’s toys. The folks there called it Toy Story. Now, in 2014, Warner Bros. made a movie about children’s Legos. The studio called it The Lego Movie. Both films attempt to capture adventure and heartfelt spirit for kids of all ages (adults included).
This week’s Film Face-off will only focus on the first Toy Story
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Casual Pixar fans have come to expect a lot from each movie, including boundary-pushing animation, an incredible story and at least one A-list comedian. However, die-hard Pixar fans have come to expect easter eggs — hidden gems inside the films that reference previous… Continue reading 'Brave' Easter Eggs: Pixar Sneaks In 'Toy Story,' 'Monsters Inc.' References (PHOTOS)
The toys are back in town! Just when you thought we’d seen the last of Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the gang, Disney’s unveiled a teaser trailer for Toy [...] Continue reading “Toy Story: Hawaiian Vacation” Short Film Will Precede Start Of “Cars 2″
“Toy Story 3″, the highest grosser of 2010, won the Oscar in the best animated feature film category at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards here. The movie, the third in the “Toy Story” series, made $1.1 billion at the box office – even more than films like Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland”, Christopher Nolan’s “Inception”, [...] Continue reading ‘Toy Story 3′ wins best animated feature film Oscar
Filmmaker Lee Unkrich’s animated film “Toy Story 3″ has been named the highest grossing film of 2010, after making $1.1 billion at the international box office. Director Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” came second in this year’s list by raking in $1 billion worldwide, despite being panned by critics. Christopher Nolan’s “Inception” starring Leonardo DiCaprio [...] Continue reading ‘Toy Story 3′ highest grosser of 2010