I‘ll tell you flat out, Toy Story 3 is a masterpiece. I don’t just mean among animated films, it will hold its own among any film out there. I saw it in 3D, which was nice, but if you don’t have the extra couple bucks, don’t sweat it: the 3D is not necessary.

The story and the setting of the story were brilliant. Anyone who was a kid when the first two Toy Story films came out and is in college or around college-aged will really relate to this film. On second thought, anyone who was a kid, played with toys, and grew up will relate to it.

Andy’s off to college and is forced to reckon with the decision of what to do with all his old stuff, including Woody, Buzz, and the other toys. They are constantly disappointed when Andy is busy playing with his cell phone, laptop, and other gadgets, but still long for his attention. -Anti-Spoiler-Alert- (Details you can gather from the trailer) They end up getting donated to a day care, to find out that the little kids there are devil-children who don’t know how to play. Mishaps happen and they all live happily ever after…or do they? You’ll just have to see for yourself. (You really should.)

Toy Story 3 is my favorite of the trio of films, somehow Pixar does not disappoint, even with sequels. 3 is really funny (and not just little kid funny), emotional, and just really cool.

Toy Story 3 runs 103 minutes and is rated G. Yes folks, G. EVERYONE and their mother should see this film. I give it 10 ramheads out of 10. Bloody brilliant.P.S. The Pixar animated short Day & Night is amazingly original. I don’t know how they do it. It was best one since Geri’s Game (chess game before Bug’s Life).