Toy Story1995 | John Lasseter
A cowboy toy is profoundly threatened and jealous when a fancy spaceman toy supplants him as top toy in a boy's room.
|Niels Risgaard Hansen 2015-02-28|
A groundbreaking movie in its genre.
|Peter Buchardt 2011-07-17|
This is a review of the Danish dubbed version. In my optics that subtracts a mandatory star from the equation, it's just better in original language.
As far as I remember Toy Story was one of the first films in the new 3D animations wave which is actually still upon us. Being one of the first and there by being around 16 years old, this is an impressing movie. It has the usual Disney feel to it, which is rather predictable, but when it comes to kids-movies this is a good thing, I think.
The effects/detail level bears great impact of being from the mid 90's, but that's not mighty important. Seeing this movie again reminds me of the great idea it was to bring toy to life. Of cause that's been done since the birth of fairy tales.
My highlights of movie is when the toys uses their toy features in their reanimated form. So when Buz Lightyear almost chokes having is helmet opened, when Woody get's his pull-up wire caught and accidentally starts making noise and stuff like the small green army men jumping out with their parachutes.
Well it made me wanna watch the two sequels so that must be a good thing.