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Re: Toy Story 3
Back to the Future is no longer the only perfect film trilogy on my list.

That is all ♥

ETA: Okay, I'm lying; Three Colors is up there, too.

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"Amazing" doesn't even begin to do it justice. <333

Pixar films make me stupidly happy. Well, most Pixar films: A Bug's Life and Cars didn't really interest me. But all the others, yes. Finding Nemo, too ♥

Honestly, even the Pixar films I don't love-love are still gorgeous, eminently watchable movies. My favorite's The Incredibles but honestly picking one's favorite Pixar movie is like trying to pick your favorite in a box of gourmet chocolates.

Exactly this. Next time I get sad I should just have a Pixar marathon!

Starting with Up (to get your bawling out of the way) and ending with the Toy Story trilogy. :D (Could even throw in a mini-Miyazaki marathon in there if you needed extra happy, the CEO of Pixar produces all his films in the US. :D)

Oh, Incredibles was really cute, too! As was Monsters, Inc.

I haven't even watched Toy Story 2.

I really want to watch these movies now. :)

OH YOU MUST. They're really superb. The hilarious part is, back when I saw the teaser trailer for the first Toy Story, I remember thinking, What the hell? That looks lame. And then, the weekend it was released, I was bored shitless and nobody would go to see a movie with me. So I had my mom drop me off at the mall. I didn't even know what was playing; I just wanted to get out of the house and see something. And there it was, that movie I'd dissed on the basis of a teaser alone, so I thought, okay, sure, I'll see it. Loved it. Didn't miss the second installment for the world, especially since it took four years for it to come along, and the same goes for this one. Eleven years between 2 and 3. I didn't think they'd ever go for a third, but I'm so glad they did.

I have a lot of movie watching to catch up on!

I'm kind of sad Disney's pretty clearly closed the door on my childhood, but I won't hold it against them.

I'm so glad you enjoyed it!!

I just can't wait to get my hands on the boxed set.

My dad, myself, and my 14 year old brother (who usually has a heart of stone) all cried at the end of this movie. It was so beautiful.

Wow. 14 year-old guy in tears over a film? WIN.

I want to see #3 soon but it won't get here until September! :/ I also found out one of my closest friends has never even seen the first two! He hasn't seen Back To The Future, either! I must correct this profound mistake that is distorting his life, I must! :D

Well, BttF, you can do something about right away :-D

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