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A Night at the Oscars The Oscars, awarded annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, showcase the best in movies, honoring films released in the previous year. This year’s nominee is Toy Story 3. Presented by: Kristin McKeown Project 14 May 31, 2011
The Official Trailer for Toy Story 3
Toy Story 3 Table of Contents Meet the Cast Meet My Favorite Actor Toy Story 3 Review A “Must See” Movie Also in the Running… THE END
Meet the Cast of Toy Story 3 Tom Hanks: Woody Tim Allen: Buzz Lightyear Joan Cusack: Jessie Ned Beatty: Lotso Don Rickles: Mr. Potato Head Michael Keaton: Ken Wallace Shawn: Rex John Ratzenberger: Hamm Estelle Harris: Mrs. Potato Head John Morris: Andy Blake Clark: Slinky Timothy Dalton: Mr. Pricklepants Jodi Benson: Barbie
Meet My Favorite Actor My favorite actor in Toy Story 3 is Wallace Shawn. In Toy Story 3, as well as the rest of the Toy Story series, he played Rex the dinosaur. He was born on November 12, 1943 in New York City, New York. Wallace has had a huge career. He has been an actor in movies, on TV, in video games, plays and has even written pieces. The first movie that he starred in was called, Manhattan. Some more popular movies that he has starred in are, The Fox and the Hound, The Princess Bride, A Goofy Movie, Clueless, Monsters Inc., The Haunted Mansion, The Incredibles, and Chicken Little.
Toy Story 3 Review Toy Story 3 was the third movie created in the Toy Story series. It is about Andy, the owner of all the toys, is going off to college and he has to make up his mind about what he is going to do with his toys. By accident, the toys were all supposed to go into the attic, but his mom thought that they were going to the preschool, Sunnyside. Woody was supposed to go to college with Andy, so the toys fight against the preschoolers at Sunnyside, and Woody ends up at Beatrice’s house, a preschooler. In the end, the toys are saved from a garbage incinerator, they show up at Andy’s house and he decides to donate them all to Beatrice. The funniest part of Toy Story 3 was when all of Andy’s toys showed up to Sunnyside and the kids played with them for the first time. The toys were bitten, licked and chewed on. Although the movie was very funny, and definitely the best of the 3, the saddest part was when Andy was donating his toys to Beatrice before he took off for college.
A “Must See” Movie Toy Story 3 is definitely worthy of a Academy Award. It is worthy because of the plot line and how it fit in so well with the other movies. Although, in order to understand the whole movie you should have seen the other two movies in the series. This movie should win the best animated picture award, because there were many parts of the movie that had different emotions displayed with good shots. 10 Different Adjectives or Action Words: Hilarious Must See Heartbreaking Perfect Speechless Interesting Sitting on the edge of your seat Fitting finale Clever Warm
Also in the Running… Below are five other movies that should also be considered for an Academy Award. Movie TitleRelease DateGross EarningsType of FilmRating How to Train Your Dragon March 26, 2010 $217, 387, 997Animated8.2/10 Despicable Me July 9, 2010$251, 501, 645Animated7.5/10 Alpha and Omega September 17, 2010 $25, 077, 977Animated4.7/10 TangledNovember 12, 2010 $396, 313, 000Animated7.9/10 MegamindNovember 5, 2010 $163, 887, 757Animated7.3/10