Toy Story 3: The Toys Think They May Be Given Away
Animated films exist on their own continent, perhaps even in their own dimension. Stars you haven't seen in a live-action major Hollywood film in decades, or whose last television series got cancelled in the '70s, find eternal youth voicing characters drawn by others. It has to be the easiest gig in acting, perhaps in any type of employment. Come in, read for a few days, get called back in a year or three later to do a few more lines, and that's it. Nice work if you can get it.
|Toy owner Andy, who once again makes only the briefest of appearances.|
|Woody, front and center!|
The character become our friends, helped by long-ago associations made when the voice actors were still major players in other productions. Controversial or edgy actors tend not to last long in animated films, it is the laid-back, feel-good types that prosper.
|It's a wild and crazy group|
|The toys with Andy|
|We come in peace|
|Woody looks happy with this sequel|
|The toys love their home|
|Yes, it's Toy Story 3 On Ice!!!!!!!!|