Monday, July 05, 2010

Toy Story 3

Mike and I went to see Toy Story 3 yesterday and we LOVED it!!! We also both cried our eyes out because of its sweet message. Do not miss seeing this movie!
I was reading an article in Entertainment Weekly which said that so far in 2010 this is the only movie that can be considered for Best Picture. I believe it now.
I love the design of these movie posters too! Simple, clean and very eye-pleasing.
We saw it in 2-D (in other words, the regular way) and I thought it looked so beautiful. Earlier this year we saw a movie in 3D and I did not enjoy that format at all.
So, here is a movie that is family friendly and interesting for adults. Don't miss it!!!


Margaret said...

I so want to see this movie! I'm hoping that we manage to see it as a family. Otherwise I'll have to wait till it comes out as a DVD. I just love this series. Pixar really knows how to make a movie, doesn't it?

beth said...

we will see this one....
my niece and nephews loved it and they are never wrong and then cate and the boyfriend went and two thumbs up....or, well 4 thumbs up :)

Kellie said...

This was a fabulous movie. I, too, teared up at the end. Jake was two when his love for Toy Story and all things Buzz started. Watching the third movie with my now eight year old and realizing how much he is growing and changing was very sentimental to me. I would love to see this one win the best picture award. It would be rightly deserved.

Alma Allen said...

Hi Laura,

My daughter loves this one too! She's been to see it a couple of times already. Guess Dave and I should go too!

I wanted to thank you for the wonderful card full of vintage ephemera. I just loved mine and can hardly wait to find the special place for it all. I'm just really sad that I didn't get a chance to open it while you were there. Everything was just too sweet. Thank you for your kindness!



Jeanie said...

Those posters are fabulous! I do want to see this -- all the more, after reading this!

Jon Lee said...

I haven't seen this one yet. I saw Eclipse Tuesday. I liked it a lot. I haven't been stitching at Inspired Needle lately. I will probably start going in the fall.