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Toy Story 3: 2-Disc Blu-Ray/DVD Review

Movie sequels don't always live up to their originals. But that’s not the case with Toy Story 3. The new 2-Disc Blu-Ray/DVD has all the adventure and charm of the first two movies, with hilarious new characters who took it…to infinity, and beyond! Back to Article

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blinkie
blinkie wrote:
2011-08-18 20:49:50 -0700

i love it..

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I♥cake
I♥cake wrote:
2011-04-16 14:51:41 -0700

i like it.. my sister and my baby brother are like there biggest fans

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soap
soap wrote:
2010-11-06 22:16:12 -0700

the movie was good but i just did not like that fat purple bear

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