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re: Watched Toy Story 3 with my wife and daughter last night.


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I really feel bad for kids who literally didn't grow up "with" Toy Story. Definitely a harrowing experience to remember you were Andy's age when it first came out, and then to be in his shoes in the 3rd one when he moves on with his life.






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Modern
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re: Watched Toy Story 3 with my wife and daughter last night.


Bump.

I saw TS3 when it first came out in theaters. Not a soul in there that was between the age of 18-25 was dried eyed






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Napoleon
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re: Watched Toy Story 3 with my wife and daughter last night.


I am too empathetic too movies. I get something in my eye a lot when watching movies.

I mean the end of Armageddon got me, and so many other crazy shows get me too. lolol






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Carson123987
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re: Watched Toy Story 3 with my wife and daughter last night.


yes, i thought it was way better than toy story 3





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drexyl
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re: Watched Toy Story 3 with my wife and daughter last night.


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Most people say they cried in TS3 when they were all headed down the dumpster and started holding hands. Which is a great scene. The scene that got me though was when woody ended up being in the box. Yikes.
when the mom is in Andy's room after he's moved his stuff out. that was some sad shite.






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alajones
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re: Watched Toy Story 3 with my wife and daughter last night.


I watched it in theaters. Buzz speaking Spanish may be my favorite part of all the Toy Story movies.

The incinerator moment was very touching. Even though you knew they were going to get rescued.

The most tear jerking moment of the trilogy for me is still Jessie's song in Toy Story 2.






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