Enjoy Toy Story 3 on Blu-Ray and DVD on November 2
<a><span><span><b><span>Toy Story 3</b></span></span></span></a>was fabulous in the movie theater and oneof our favorite movies of the year. It was exciting as an adult who hasfollowed the Toy Story movies through the years and it was exciting for achild, who was possibly experience the story for the first time.
It is said that On November 2nd, <b><span>Toy Story 3</b>will be released on blu-ray and dvd .We know this will be one of the biggestreleases of the year. We will receive our advance <a href="http://www.rip-blu-ray-copy.com/">copy blu ray </a>movies and then sitdown to watch it overnight without worrying about <a href="http://www.rip-blu-ray-copy.com/guides/how-to-rip-blu-ray-discs.html">howto rip blu ray</a>. It must be exciting as good as we were watching the secondtime on DVD as it was in the theater. </span>
TheMovie Itself is Directed & Co-Written (story) by <span>Lee Unkrich, with the additional writing (story) credits of John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, and MichaelArndt (screenplay). </span>It'sbeen more than a decade since the events of <b><span>Toy Story 2</b>, and ascentral human Andy prepares to head off to college, inevitably he must decidewhat to do with the things of his youth. A bag full of his old toys ismisdirected on its way to the attic, and instead winds up in the trash. But thetoys of <b>ToyStory 3</b>have a healthy self-image and won't surrender thateasily, instead hitching a ride to the local daycare center.</span>
In this third installment of the "<i>Toy Story</i>"franchise, the time has come that <i>Andy</i> (voiced by <span>John Morris) is no longer a child, butnow a college-bound teen. For his toys, <i>Woody</i> (voiced by Tom Hanks), <i>Buzz</i> (voiced by Tim Allen), <i>Jessie</i> (voiced by Joan Cusack), <i>Mr. Potato Head</i>(voiced by Don Rickles), <i>Hamm</i>(voiced by John Ratzenberger),and <i>Rex</i> (voiced by Wallace Shawn),just to name a few, this means a number of seemingly gloomy outcomes; theattic, the trash, and maybe even eBay.</span>
However, as <i>Andy's Mom</i> (voiced by <span>Laurie Metcalf) has also thrown in thepossibility of daycare donation, the toys willingly set themselves up to go toSunnyside Daycare in hopes of finding a place where children will actually playwith them; all of the toys except <i>Woody</i>, who <i>Andy</i> actuallypitches in his "college" box. <i>Woody</i> makes it a point to follow theothers in hopes of convincing to choose the attic though, and through thisevent, he himself lands inside the walls of Sunnyside Daycare.</span>
This new setting seems full of promise, as it not onlyhas many children that come through everyday, but as the children grow-up andmove-on, new children start coming to the daycare. This cycle is explained to <i>Andy</i>'stoys upon their arrival inside of Sunnyside by the seemingly kind-hearted "<i>Lots-O'-Huggin'Bear</i>" (voiced by <span>Ned Beatty).The purple and plush bear "Lots-O" takes the gang of newcomers from theiroriginal destination room, the Butterfly Room, into the Caterpillar Room. Sortof putting "icing on the cake" in his kind welcoming to the new toys, <i>Andy</i>'stoys all believe that once the children come back inside from recess, they areabout to be played with to their hearts' content. However, it is an entirelydifferent and scary truth.</span>
That's all aboutthe Toy Story 3, all we need to do is to wait and then enjoy it with ourchildren.
on Oct 29, 2010 | Computers & Internet