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Toy Story 2


Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Kelsey Grammer View All


Andrew Stanton (Screenplay), John Lasseter (Director), Rita Hsiao (Screenplay), Doug Chamberlin (Screenplay) View All

Release: Oct. 30th, 1999
Runtime: 1 hour, 32 minutes
Andy heads off to Cowboy Camp, leaving his toys to their own devices. Things shift into high gear when an obsessive toy collector named Al McWhiggen, owner of Al's Toy Barn kidnaps Woody. Andy's toys mount a daring rescue mission, Buzz Lightyear meets his match and Woody has to decide where he and his heart truly belong.
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It feels natural and fresh even when it reflects on past ideas used in the original It is just such a fun, big and adventurous ride, which feels so huge and crazy with all your hopes being fulfilled almost at once We get to experience the backstory of Buzz, Woody and a bunch of new characters as we....
It's still got the humour (Buzz encountering another Buzz toy that doesn't knows it's a toy like him in the first one is a hilarious little sideline) but adds a lot to the emotion, with the main storyline of Woody being torn between Andy and his friends and the fear of being broken and forgotten, an....
This story would have been enough for a viable sequel but John Lasseter and Pete Docter's screenplay has added a couple of unnecessary subplots revolving around Buzz Lightyear's nemesis in a video game named Zurg and the introduction of a Buzz double who escapes from his box and traps our Buzz in.
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