Toy Story Film Summary & Analysis

John Lasseter
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Friends Equal Life

Throughout Toy Story, we see how friendships work to keep the toys happy and healthy. In the beginning, Woody occupies a position of leadership among his peers and all the toys support one another. Woody is secure and content until Buzz Lightyear arrives on the scene. When Woody begins to doubt his place in Andy's and his toy friends' hearts, he becomes the worst version of himself. Woody tries to regain his importance in Andy's life by attacking Buzz. His plan fails miserably when he pushes Buzz out of the window, causing his toy friends to believe him a murderer.

As the story unfolds, Woody begins to learn that loving others, rather than being worshipped by others, is what really makes life meaningful. Woody's initial alienation from his friends causes him to become depressed, lonely and even mean. Because of his jealousy, Woody hurts all those...

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