Toy Story

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(out of 5)


The first fully computer-animated feature film is a hilarious tale of friendship and adventure that is actually more notable for its writing than its technical wizardry.  The idea here is that when little children leave their rooms and close their doors, all their toys come to life and continue their existence in a community environment where they’re all friends working together for the common good: pleasing their owner. When the little boy who owns them receives a new Buzz Lightyear toy (voiced by ) for Christmas, the child’s previous favourite cowboy doll Woody () is miffed.  Things change, however, when Buzz ends up in trouble with the bad kid next door and Woody needs to swallow his pride and do the right thing. Marvelous work, equally enjoyable for kids and adults alike, and followed by an equally impressive sequel.


Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Pictures

USA, 1995

Directed by

Story by John Lasseter, , , , Screenplay by , Andrew Stanton, ,

Produced by ,

Music by

Production Design by

Film Editing by ,


Academy Awards:  1995

Golden Globe Awards:  1995

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