|Toy Story 2 (DVD, 2005, 2-Disc Set, Special Edition)|
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Toy Story 2 is a 1999 CGI film, the second Disney/Pixar feature film, and the sequel to Toy Story, which features the adventures of a group of toys that come to life when humans are not around to see them. Like the first film, Toy Story 2 was produced by Pixar Animation Studios, directed by John Lasseter, Lee Unkrich and Ash Brannon, and released by Walt Disney Pictures and Buena Vista Distribution in the United States on November 19, 1999, in some parts of Australia on December 2, 1999 and the United Kingdom on 11 February 2000. Toy Story 2 was re-released in a double feature with Toy Story in Disney Digital 3-D on October 2, 2009, and Toy Story 3 is scheduled for release on June 18, 2010.
The movie keeps most of the original characters and voices from the first movie, including Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Don Rickles, Jim Varney, Wallace Shawn, Annie Potts, John Ratzenberger, John Morris, and Laurie Metcalf. They are joined by new characters voiced by Jodi Benson, Joan Cusack, Kelsey Grammer, Estelle Harris, and Wayne Knight.
The story opens with Woody accidentally stuck in a yard sale and stolen by a greedy and evil toy collector. Buzz and the toys embark on a perilous journey to save their friend, while Woody discovers that he's actually a valuable toy. It turns out that he's based on an old 50s television show called Woody's Roundup, and along with his faithful horse Bullseye, cowgirl Jessie and a crotchety old prospector named Stinky Pete, he's being sold to a toy museum in Japan. Woody is faced with a tough choice: Does he become a toy that will be immortal but never played with, or does he go back to being a child's toy, where he'll eventually be outgrown?
this is an amazing movie just to look at. It took the filmmakers at Pixar over four years to finish this film, and it really does show. Every frame has something going on in the background (this is a movie that begs for repeat viewings) so that it's impossible to get bored on a visual level. And even though the first film was only released five years ago, there have been incredible advancements in the field of computer animation. Where the humans looked sketchy (at best) in the first one, they are now incredibly lifelike - particularly Al, the evil toy collector. He looks almost human, and if you've seen the first film, you know that's an amazing feat in itself.
The real shame with a movie like Toy Story 2 is that there will always be folks who insist that it's been designed to appeal solely to kids. But that's simply not the case, as the film is far more engaging and moving than most live-action pictures.
For those who missed out on the earlier two dvd releases of "toy story 2" have a reason to cheer now! Their patience seems to have paid off. Thanks to buena vista, All new special edition of pixar's superbly crafted, highly entertaining masterpiece will be available on dec26.
This being the first ever two disc release of the film, most of the special features available on the toy box and the single disc release will be here. Of course, there'll be quite a few new features as well alongwith a DTS track, a pixar dvd first(also available on the recently released 2 disc set of toy story 1 dvd).
As usual, first disc will contain the main feature which has been digitally remastered using higher bitrate with picture direct from pixar's digital source. Two audio tracks will be available on the disc, dolby digital 5.1 EX and DTS 5.1 ES. There will also be a commentary track for the enthusiast, featuring John Lasseter and his creative team including Lee Unkrich, Ash Brannon and Andrew Stanton. Sneak peak of pixar's highly anticipated film "cars" will be the only other feature on this disc.
Disc2 of the set overflows with new and already seen features.
2. coolest toy featurette
3. all new game "which toy are you?"
4. "ponkikies" featuring woody, buzz and jessie
5. music medley "riders in the sky"
6. all new making of toy story2, featuring all the creative team behind the movie. Get an insight on how it was conceived and brought to life!
7. deleted scenes
8. john lasseter's profile
9. design galleries and storyboards of the sequence "woody's nightmare" and "jessie's song" with multi angle feature.
10. separate production segment featuring -
Designing Woody's Past
Making Woody's Roundup
Early Animation Tests
11. publicity,character interviews,trailers, tv spots.....and more!!
It is being said that this will be a limited release. So grab this definitive edition dvd release of a classic as soon as its available. Trust me, you cant go wrong with this one!!!
This movie is a must have for any child at heart. A sequel to Toy Story, Toy Story 2 goes into further depth the relationship between a child and their toy, from the toy's perspective. Toy Story 2 introduces a new set of fun characters that, including Woody, make up a dynamic quartet of the days of the old West.
I love this movie! From the fabulous animation, to the cast, to the characters..what's NOT to love? I have laughed, cried and shared in the excitement of the adventure of Andy's toys. This is one purchase you will never regret!
It made me laugh, pretty hard. It's a very funny movie, about 3/4 as good as the first Toy Story. They came up with a very good storyline, and some nice action/adventure scenes; but the thing you'll treasure the most are the jokes.
Many, many laugh-out-loud, parody-like, awesomely funny jokes fill this movie with a nice ambiance through the end. Overall it's a great movie, very enjoyable but somewhat empty in comparison with the original Toy Story.
However, it's got tons of bonus features that complement it's faults, like deleted scenes, several soundtracks to choose, outtakes, a mini-game and more.
It may be not a classic, but it's still got charm enough.