TOY STORY

FOUR STARS – Uplifting

What can we say about a movie with themes of  loyalty , friendship, cooperation and love?

       What can we say about a movie in which the human foibles of competition, betrayal and mutiny are exposed?

       What can we say about a film integrating state-of-the-art cinematography with computer animation of some of the favorite toys of our youth?

       What can we say about a film which uses no bad language, no casual sex, no physical violence, and yet clearly speaks of good and evil, right and wrong?

       What can we say about a film which appeals to people of all ages earning praise from teenagers, children, adults and grandparents?

       JUST THIS:  Go and see Disney’s new film “TOY STORY”.

 

Editor's note:

This review, as originally published, was paired with the Cinema In Focus Awards for 1996.  It can (still) also be found on the awards page for 1996.  See here:

http://cinemainfocus.com/movie-reviews/2014/6/13/and-now-for-the-winners-for-1996

Posted on June 1, 2011 and filed under 4 STARS, UPLIFTING.