There’s two types of people in the world. Those that love Toy Story and those that haven’t seen it yet.
Those that haven’t seen it yet don’t know what they’re missing. Toy Story is, for many of us, the reason we started enjoying animated films again. And certainly the reason we fell in love with Pixar. It seems as though, nowadays, Pixar can do no wrong.
I wasn’t completely sold on Up when I saw the trailer before Star Trek. It looked cute, but not so much so that I had to drop it in my calendar immediately, so I’d remember to see it opening day.
Now that I know there’s definitelygoing to be a Toy Story 3 trailer in front of it, I’m there on opening weekend.
Many of us have waited for Toy Story 3 for a number of years, and it’s finally going to come.
News hasn’t broken yet as to what the release date is going to be, but I’m guessing sometime late October to early November. That’s just a guess. If I get any substantial information, I’ll be sure to pass it along.
I’m a big fan of the Toy Story series, having taken my little brother to see the first one way back in ’95, so any sequel made to it is an automatic must-see for me. Empire Online has details on the third movie’s plot.
Not surprisingly, it includes little Andy going off to college and abandoning his beloved toys at a daycare center. (It reminds me of The Brave Little Toaster, although they were abandoned to a log cabin instead of a daycare.) I’m sure the rest of the plot will involve Woody, Buzz, and the gang trying to find Andy and/or finding a new home.
Since I live in New England, the Super Bowl was a disappointment last night, even though I only watch football during the Super Bowl. Even worse, the ads were a huge disappointment. Ads every five minutes for “The Sarah Connor Chronicles” made me want to watch the show even less, and some of the ads were spots that have been running during regular TV for weeks.
That being said, there were a few good spots. The “Prison Break” ad was really well done, but I’m biased since I watch the show.
Four ads worth talking about the next day is barely worthy of a Super Bowl that had so much riding on it. And don’t even get me started on the GoDaddy ad…I certainly didn’t bother to go to their website to see the Danica Patrick “Exposed” ad that they weren’t allowed to show on TV – and I was sitting on the couch with my laptop in front of me.