Here’s what critics have to say about “Toy Story 3”:
“Toy Story 3 feels like a once-every-five-years confluence of perfection in tone, delivery, timing, humor and drama.” – Phil Villarreal (OK! Magazine)
“Toy Story 3 is a remarkable film and a fitting conclusion to one of the most consistently enjoyable trilogies ever made.” – Thomas Caldwell (Cinema Autopsy)
“Pixar produces the best movies on the planet. Period. Want proof? After Toy Story 3 the audience cried then cheered. And critics cried. Critics don’t cry. Ever.” – Gary Wolcott (Tri-City Herald)
“A fitting finale for a Disney trilogy guaranteed to resonate with kids of any age for generations to come.” – Kam Williams
“What a triumph this incredible new ‘Toy Story’ adventure is! It does a terrific job emphasizing the relationship between toys and a child’s imagination.” – Betty Jo Tucker (ReelTalk Movie Reviews)
“It’s the passion that really sets this film apart.” – Philip Ortiz Dy (Click the City)
Toy Story 3 got a whopping 99% rating from movie website Rotten Tomatoes.com. However, it wasn’t able to match the perfect 100% rating received by Toy Story and Toy Story 2, the only two animated films in the Top 10 critically-acclaimed movies of all time.
Other films in the past that rated very high on the said website were:
Up (2009) – 98%
How to Train Your Dragon (2010) – 98%
The Hurt Locker (2009) – 97%
The Dark Knight (2008) – 94%
Wall-E (2008) – 96%
Toy Story 3 also topped the box-office race in Northern America last weekend with a haul of $109 million. The Karate Kid occupied the second spot with $29 million and trailing behind in third place is The A Team with $13.78 million.