The final scene of “Toy Story 3” (2010)

Damn. What the hell happened to Pixar? Never has a creative entity sustained more outstanding, classic films as they did from 1995-2010. I can’t think of any filmmaker (even Martin Scorsese) who sustained consistently excellent films over a 15 year period.

This is the final scene of “Toy Story 3” where Andy (the lead human character) gives up his toys for good as he goes to college. If you want to be an a–hole, you can sneer and say this is some sad statement about how we as a culture have become too attached to “things.” For me, this is one of the most moving portrayals of someone passing on to another stage of their life. And damn, if it doesn’t move me to tears every time I see it.

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One thought on “The final scene of “Toy Story 3” (2010)

  1. I also loved this scene. It was a unique experience, I think, to watch Toy Story as a kid and then watch Toy Story 3 as a college student.

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