#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The toys go on a road trip, when an unexpected event leads them to a roadside motel, after one of the toys goes missing, the others find themselves caught up in a mysterious, monstrous, and terrifying sequence of events that must be solved before they all suffer the same fate
Plot: What starts out as a fun road trip for the Toy Story gang takes an unexpected turn for the worse when the trip detours to a roadside motel. After one of the toys goes missing, the others find themselves caught up in a mysterious sequence of events that must be solved before they all suffer the same fate in this Toy Story of Terror.
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Am a big fan of Pixar, films and shorts, and the three ‘Toy Story’ films (the first of which being ground-breaking) are among my favourites from them as far as their feature films go. For me, none of their work is below mediocre (even my least favourite ‘Cars 3’), though that is probably not going to be a popular opinion with the post-‘Toy Story 3’ films getting a lot of hate. Meanwhile their best work is masterpiece level, all three ‘Toy Story’ films being on that level.
Was on one hand quite excited for this television special ‘Toy Story of Terror’, with it being Pixar, that it has such great characters and some immense talent on board returning. At the same time, part of me was a little worried, with it being an under half an hour television special on a lower budget there was the worry of how it would fare quality-wise and it is hard to not question the point of it. The good news is that ‘Toy Story of Terror’ was great fun with some creepiness here and there. It is not in the same league as the films, though that was not unexpected, but in no way does it disgrace them or be what people would call a “cash grab”.
‘Toy Story of Terror’ isn’t flawless. Do agree with those who deemed it as too short in length. In terms of story, ‘Toy Story of Terror’ is pretty eventful and it would have leant itself well to feature film.
On top of being too short and having quite an eventful story, there is a crammed in feel at times and then it starts to feel rushed.
However, the animation is really quite great for an animated television special with the spookier visuals being imaginatively done. Such beautiful attention to detail in the backgrounds and the character designs and the colours are so vibrant. The music more than serves its purpose well, with the right amount of energy and charming orchestration.
Loved the writing, which saw some wonderful wit in the dialogue and it was both very funny and emotive. The story maintains all the fun and charm present in the films, and it was great to have more focus on Jessie who is written in a way that makes it easy to root for her. All while retaining a vast majority of the original characters, excepting Bo Peep and Slinky Dog, and staying true to their personalities, nobody is out of character. The new characters make just as big an impression, especially Combat Carl, didn’t really mind an awful lot that the villain’s motivations were on the derivative side. The voice acting is terrific, especially from Joan Cusack and Carl Weathers as the two most interesting characters here.
Summarising, very enjoyable. 8/10
A Story of the Cowgirl Conquering Her Claustrophobia
Ah, the Halloween special, a dying pedigree. Every December usually brings one or two new Christmas specials. The Halloween special, however, is a rarer breed. “The Great Pumpkin” gets trotted out every October but new productions are seen far less frequently. Pixar, for the first time, is throwing their hat into the ring with “Toy Story of Terror,” basically a slightly-longer, televised version of their already popular “Toy Story” shorts. I’m a fan of the company and the series but would a Disney-owned property be willing to get creepy? Yes and no. “Toy Story of Terror” follow the same batch of toys as always (though Mrs. Potato Head, Slinky-Dog, and Dolly are notably absent), on the road with Bonny and her mom. When their car breaks down, the group has to stop at a spooky hotel. Once inside, the toys wander off, something strange picking them off one-by-one.
It’s probably a mark of Pixar’s quality that even a fluffy TV special has a genuine character arc. “Toy Story of Terror” begins with Jessie falling into a tool box and freaking out. Later on, she ventures out of Boony’s bag because it’s too confined for her. This is a story of the cowgirl conquering her claustrophobia. The arc is framed as a usual “believe in yourself” kid’s movie story but the effort is appreciated. Moreover, Joan Cusack sells her fear honestly. Tom Hanks and Tim Allen have far smaller roles, Cusack, Wallace Shawn, Don Rickles, and Timothy Dalton doing most of the work. Dalton and Shawn are fantastic actually, the parts of Rex and Mr. Pricklepants playing nicely to their strengths.
As far as horror-content goes, “Toy Story of Terror” has some fun. The special begins with the toys watching a black-and-white vampire film, which is recreated nicely. Throughout the special, Mr. Pricklepants delivers dialogue about the traditional structure of the genre. After Mr. Potato-Head disappears, the toys investigate the dusty, cobweb-filled sub-flooring of the motel, Buzz’ glow-in-the-dark paint casting an eerie green glow on everything. Jesse quickly becomes a final girl, an off-screen monster picking off her friends. She even has a run-in with an ineffectual authority figure, Carl Weathers having hilarious fun as Combat Carl. The second half of the special, after the truth is revealed, the horror elements pretty much disappear. This is disappointing, considering the first half did a good job introducing kids to the rules of the slasher film. That’s unexpected for a Disney product. Will “Toy Story of Terror” become a classic like “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown?” It’s hard to say but, if this becomes a yearly tradition, I’d probably be okay with that.
Original Language en
Runtime 22 min
Genre Animation, Short, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy, Horror
Director Angus MacLane
Writer Angus MacLane
Actors Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Carl Weathers
Awards 6 wins & 10 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Stereo, Dolby Digital (5.1 surround), Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
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