Toy Story

Toy Story
Toy Story

Year

1995

Duration

79 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Family

Language

English / Spanish

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Synopsis

Old-fashioned cowboy toy Woody is threatened by a new arrival in his owner's bedroom: the flashy, hi-tech Buzz Lightyear, who doesn't realise that he is just a plastic plaything and not an actual space-travelling hero. At the time of its release, this film was hailed as a pioneering moment in computer animation, but what makes the film work is the way that the technological wonders are there to support a great piece of character-driven storytelling.

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Mild violence, scary scenes, dangerous behaviour.

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