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”.
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: