"Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2" are larger than life
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Published: 10/14/2009 9:20 AM
Print this article If for some reason you missed seeing the "Toy Story" movies in the theater, they've returned to the big screen , in a larger and more vibrant form than ever. Tickets are available now for this limited-time double feature. In addition, you may even feel as if you can reach out and touch the characters in "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2" because both movies are now being screened in 3D.
Grab your 3D glasses and settle back to watch the two films. "Toy Story" focuses on the toy cowboy, Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks), and how he handles his owner Andy getting a new, more modern toy for his birthday. Will Woody be abandoned by Andy for the newer, flashier spaceman, Buzz Lightyear (voiced by Tim Allen)?
In "Toy Story 2" Buzz becomes the hero when he decides to lead Andy's other toys in an effort to rescue Woody who has been snatched by a toy collector. Woody is apparently a collectors item and a coveted piece of memorabilia. He is based upon a character in an old television show. Here's hoping all the toys make it safely back to Andy's room.
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