The toys are mistakenly delivered to a day-care center instead of the attic right before Andy leaves for college, and it's up to Woody to convince the other toys that they weren't abandoned and to return home.
The story takes place after a Christmas holiday with the regular toys finding themselves trapped in unusual territory with a group of new and delusional action figures. Together they must find their way back to their child's bedroom and to safety.Written by
The title is a reference to 1924 novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs and 1975 movie based on said novel, The Land That Time Forgot (1974), a fantasy adventure set during WWI about a group of people who end up stranded on a huge uncharted tropical land mass where dinosaurs still live. See more »
In the beginning Bonnie pushes Buzz and Jessie down a mountain on a sled, and 6 seconds later we see Jessie is covered in Styrofoam peanuts across the room. Jessie couldn't have gotten over there without Bonnie seeing her. See more »
During the credits, that night in Mason's room, Reptillus happily bears Mason's name on his hand and looks forward to seeing Trixie at Mason and Bonnie's next playdate, already scheduled for the following week. See more »
This just feels like a typical Pixar movie with run-of-the-mill writing. But the character writing was alright, Bonnie is still the same and with the curiosity a child would have, her friend is pretty cool, too. It's nice to give Bonnie something new other than playing with toys all the time. I also liked the little kitty and Buzz, they were both alright, too.
The voice acting was rough and Bonnie's voice sounded like an 8- year-old. She is supposed to be around 4 or something and because the girl who's voicing her was 14, unless they're proving to age her, she should be hired by a new voice actor. Especially Bonnie's voice, it sounded so annoying, like nails-on-a-chalkboard. Angel Kitty's voice was alright, though.
The moral was unnecessary and heavy-handed.
The other good parts is the jokes and the story was sympathetic. I suppose young kids age 6 and under might find something to enjoy out of this otherwise somewhat bland adventure of the imaginative toys.
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