Toy Story 3: the Trilogy Ends

Ashley Bogdanski

Everyone probably remembers playing with their toys when they were younger, whether it was Barbie dolls or action figures. As we all grow older, we have to face the heartbreaking reality of giving away our old toys. This is the dilemma that Andy has to face with Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the toys in the final Toy Story film.

Buzz and the gang accidentally get donated to the Sunny Side Daycare when Andy is packing up for college. Ultimately, Woody has to save all of his old friends from the terrifying death trap known as Sunny Side. The only problem is that the toys think that Andy does not want them anymore. Therefore, they see no point in returning themselves back to Andy.

While at Sunny Side, Andy’s toys have to battle with the head toy, Lots-o’-Huggin’Bear (Lotso), who seems sweet at first, but is actually a deranged mastermind teddy bear. There were some new toys introduced into this movie such as Lotso, Baby, and Ken.

Overall, Toy Story 3 closed the final chapters on the Toy Story trilogy by showing what a family really is and how people have to hold onto the things they love in life.