The Best Toy Story Film?

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Poll: The Best Toy Story Film? (25 votes)

Toy Story [1995] 48%
Toy Story 2 [1999] 28%
Toy Story 3 [2010] 24%
#1 Edited by lostrib (30957 posts) -

Hmmmm, I would still say it's the first one.

#2 Edited by Master_Live (13505 posts) -
  • Toy Story 1: 8/10
  • Toy Story 2: 9/10

Have not seen #3.

#3 Posted by sammyjenkis898 (27929 posts) -

2 > 3 > 1

#4 Edited by PSP107 (11549 posts) -

It was between 1 and 3. 1 was original . 3 kept a good balance between for kids and for the people who grew up with the 1st two movies. 3 had me rolling with laughter. 2 was good, but looking back it, I didn't like Jesse and Horse.

#5 Edited by PSP107 (11549 posts) -

  • Toy Story 1: 8/10
  • Toy Story 2: 9/10

Have not seen #3.

You're nuts if you think 1 is an 8.

#6 Posted by johnd13 (7782 posts) -

1>2. Haven't seen the third one. Does it capture that unique feeling the first two movies had? Or is it too "modern" and will only please because of my nostalgia for the old movies? Either way I should watch it I guess.

#7 Posted by PSP107 (11549 posts) -

@johnd13 said:

1>2. Haven't seen the third one. Does it capture that unique feeling the first two movies had? Or is it too "modern" and will only please because of my nostalgia for the old movies? Either way I should watch it I guess.

It still delivers that message/concept about nothing last forever.

#8 Posted by CrimsonBrute (23058 posts) -
#9 Edited by mrduckbears3 (104 posts) -

i love lotso bear

#10 Posted by always_explicit (2582 posts) -
#11 Posted by jcknapier711 (379 posts) -

None of the above. Not a big fan of Toy Story.

#12 Posted by genius2365 (342 posts) -

I think Toy Story 1 is still my favorite. Even had the PS1 video game. Toy Story 3 however was the right way to do a sequel, and it was also very good.

Actually, my age group (those born in the mid-90s) grew up with these movies. I even heard stories about how the people who went to go see Toy Story 3 (now in their teens) were lining up at the theaters just to see their favorite toys one last time

#13 Posted by Fightingfan (38011 posts) -

2, I thought 3 was complete shit.

#14 Edited by chrisrooR (9026 posts) -

2>1>3

#15 Edited by sukraj (21470 posts) -

Toy Story 2

#16 Edited by PSP107 (11549 posts) -

I thought 3 was complete shit.

explain?

Also, for those who are interested, At the top of the hour, Toy Story 3 is will show on the Disney Channel.

#17 Edited by Netret0120 (1854 posts) -

I love 1&3

I teared up when Andy was going off to college because I was leaving for college too and grew up watching the 1st one as a Child.

#18 Edited by LittleMac19 (1638 posts) -

All of them really, had the first and second on VHS. If I was forced to choose I would probably say the first one because that movie blew me away as a child.

#19 Edited by Serraph105 (27539 posts) -

3rd one is my favorite Pixar film of all time so that one, but now that I'm older I definitely appreciate the 2nd movie a lot more than I use to. I definitely don't hold the entire trilogy in quite the high regard that many do it seems. I didn't really get the love of the previous films until after the third came out and I started rewatching the other two. The second one is quite emotional, and I believe the first gets a lot of love for being the first film to really have that sort of animation just not from me.

#20 Posted by Behardy24 (2133 posts) -

@Master_Live: The third film is not as good as the first or second. But it does make you cry at the end. So give it a watch and do a Toy Story to make you go from crying to...sobbing :)

#21 Edited by Behardy24 (2133 posts) -

The 1st one is the best one. Nothing can be the original. The 2nd and 3rd were good, but didn't have the magic of the first film. Still need to do a Toy Story Marathon; just so I can cry my eyes out in the end of Toy Story 3.