Toy Story Film Summary & Analysis

John Lasseter
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Toy Story is the lovable 1995 animated drama directed by John Lasseter. The film tells the story of two walking, talking, living toys who belong to a young boy named Andy (although Andy is unaware of his toys' secret life). The toys begin as enemies, but end up as best friends. Woody, a cowboy doll, is Andy's favorite and the leader of the gang of toys. However, he is overshadowed by Andy's fancy new Buzz Lightyear "space ranger" doll just a week before Andy's family moves to a new home. Woody, who begins to feel threatened by Buzz's presence, accidentally knocks Buzz out of a window during a fight. During the ensuing confusion generated by their struggle, Woody and Buzz both end up in danger of being left behind when Andy moves. Together, they undertake an adventurous journey to return to Andy, passing through pizza parlors, an evil...

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