Toy Story 2
You got a friend in me
Who ever said a sequel couldn't be better than its' original movie? In Pixar's newest animated film, "Toy Story 2", Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and Woody (Tom Hanks) are up on another wild ride. For those who didn't see the first film, the "Toy Story 2" is basically about a bunch of toys that come to life whenever no one is around, and it is from then on Woody and Buzz compete for Andy's affection, the boy owner, while creating one of the funniest buddy movies of all time. When Andy is forced to put up some old toys for sale, Woody is accidentally misplaced with all of Andy's old toys. To make matter worse, Woody finds himself kidnapped by a toy collector, where he soon learns the origin of his creation. This of course leads to a dynamic rescue from Buzz and the gang, to save Woody all while tickling our funny bones along the way. "Toy Story 2" is a real treat for the entire family to enjoy.
Featuring great special effects that rival any of today's modern CGI movies.
What really makes this movie shine more than its' predecessor is that fact that it doesn't take itself as seriously, to where Pixar is free to have the characters make fun of themselves. In one scene, it'll have everyone laughing when you see Mr. Potato Head being seduced by Barbie or seeing Buzz take on...another Buzz Lightyear. Or perhaps the famous line, "Buzz, I am your father", will have people laughing. One things for sure, this is definitely one of the funniest animated films ever made.
A great film for the entire family. With great effects and comedy, it's no wonder this film is an instant classic. I guess some sequels can turn out to better than the originals.
More by this Author
The students of Canterlot High go to summer camp, for some R&R, only to discover a mysterious magical force at Camp Everfree.
The troll princess, Poppy, and her estranged friend, Branch, set out on a journey to rescue their friends from the Bergens before it's too late.
Buster Moon decides to throw one last concert in hopes of saving his struggling theater. His act? Various musical talent from across the city yearning to have their voices heard before the masses.
No comments yet.