Toy Story

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Videos & Photos

  • Official Trailer
  • Featurette: First Pixar Jobs

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Woody, a traditional pull-string talking cowboy, has long enjoyed a place of honor as the favorite among six-year-old Andy's menagerie of toys. Quick to calm their anxieties about being replaced by newer arrivals, Woody finds his own confidence shaken, and his status as top toy in jeopardy, upon the arrival of Buzz Lightyear, simply the coolest space action figure ever made. Woody plots to get rid of Buzz, but things backfire and he finds himself lost in the outside world with Buzz as his only companion. Joining forces to find their way home, the two rivals set out on an adventure that lands them in the clutches of Sid, a sadistic neighborhood kid who is notorious for dismembering and reassembling "mutant" toys in his bedroom. As "guests" of Sid and his dog, Scud, the two fugitive toys forge a genuine friendship and learn that only through mutual trust and respect do they have any chance of survival.

Cast

  • Tom Hanks
  • Tim Allen
  • Don Rickles
  • Jim Varney
  • Wallace Shawn
  • John Ratzenberger
  • Annie Potts
  • John Morris
  • Erik von Detten
  • Laurie Metcalf

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • When the film was re-released on DVD, it was found that almost twenty percent of the original animation files were corrupted, proving to the studio that digital storage was not as feasible as they thought it would be at the time the film was made.
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Goofs

  • As the aliens tell Buzz about their "master", Woody can be seen behind them, both hands on the rim of the exit chute. In the very next shot, Woody has his left hand on his forehead.
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Quotes

    • [Woody, scared, walks backwards and he gets startled by Buzz. Buzz keeps talking to his "mission log"]
    • Buzz: And according to my navi-computer, the...
    • [pause, then screams]
    • Woody: YOU - ARE - A... *TOY*! You aren't the real Buzz Lightyear, you're... you're, you're an action figure!
    • [holds hand up to eyes indicating something small]
    • Woody: *You* are a child's *plaything*!
    • Buzz: You are a sad, strange little man, and you have my pity.
    • [waves in military fashion]
    • Buzz: Farewell.
    • [starts to walk away]
    • Woody: Oh, yeah? Well, good riddance, ya loony!
    • [walks off grumbling sarcastically]
    • Woody: "Rendezvous with Star Command".
    • [whispers]
    • Woody: SHUT UP! Just shut up, you idiot!
    • Buzz: Sheriff, this is no time to panic.
    • Woody: This is a perfect time to panic! I'm lost, Andy is gone, they're gonna move from their house in two days, and it's all your fault!
    • Buzz: My-my fault? If you hadn't pushed me out of the window in the first place...
    • Woody: Oh, yeah? Well, if *you* hadn't shown up with your stupid little cardboard spaceship and taken away everything that was important to me...!
    • Buzz: Don't talk to me about importance! Because of *you*, the future of this entire universe is in jeopardy!
    • Woody: WHAT? What are you talkin' about?
    • Buzz: Right now, poised at the edge of the galaxy, Emperor Zurg has been secretly building a weapon with the destructive capacity to annihilate an entire planet! I alone have information that reveals this weapon's only weakness. And *you*, my friend, are responsible for delaying my rendezvous with Star Command!
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Metacritic

100

With instant classic written all over it, Toy Story, the first full-length feature entirely composed of computer-generated animation, is a visually astounding, wildly inventive winner.

Metacritic review by Michael Rechtshaffen
Michael Rechtshaffen
The Hollywood Reporter
100

Toy Story is a complete joy.

Metacritic review by Gene Siskel
Gene Siskel
Chicago Tribune
100

It's that rarest of all films, the one that can unify, not divide, the generations, as both jaded teen-agers and their more innocent parents can connect with it. And of course for the kids, it's pure balm from heaven.

Metacritic review by Stephen Hunter
Stephen Hunter
Baltimore Sun