G | 85 min | Wednesday, November 22, 1995
The first production from Walt Disney Pictures' Pixar Studios is the ground-breaking computer-animated Toy Story. The film was the first feature film to fully utilize CGI (Computer Generated Imagery), and is nearly unanimously hailed as the benchmark film for animation.
Aside from being technically revolutionary, Toy Story features a virtual "Who's Who" of contributors, from executive producer Steve Jobs, director John Lasseter, music by Randy Newman, and voicings by such iconic performers as Tom Hanks, Don Rickles, Tim Allen and Jim Varney. The film also introduces such unforgettable characters as Buzz Lightyear, Woody and Mr. Potato Head.
The critical and box-office success of Toy Story spawned a nearly endless legacy of two sequels, merchandising tie-ins, video games and theme park attractions, not to mention the impact on the film industry itself in terms of what CGI was capable of.
Toy Story's dazzling graphics and timeless characters are a treat for all ages.
Most movie fans consider Toy Story to be one of the best Pixar movies.
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