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#CineReview - #134 - 2019
(Watched again on #bluray ) The Great Escape by John Sturges. Escape From Alcatraz by Don Siegel. Le Trou by Jacques Becker. How many, how many cinematographic references in the third chapter of the Toy Story saga! One of the things that I love most about Pixar is precisely in this drawing elements and references from other movies of the most disparate genres and channeling them into his movies, especially the Toy Story series. As in the two previous movies, fun is guaranteed. Toy Story 3 is intense, full of looks, phrases, iconographic elements (the Totoro puppet above all). In Toy Story 2, Woody told Stinky Pete that he didn't want to miss Andy's growth. In this third chapter, we find ourselves seeing this moment and the effect is decidedly melancholy. The task of the toys is to take care of the children, to stay close to them in their time of need and, in this, Toy Story 3 returns to the conclusions that Woody and Buzz make at the end of the first. The end of Andy's growth marks a new beginning, Bonnie in this case. They will take care of her. In a finale that, to call it poignant, is very little.
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