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Did Andy Know Sid?
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 23, 2022
I got this. It arrived well with the first 3 Toy Story movies. There are 4 Toy Story movies, and there have also been spin off Toy Story movies. For example, around Halloween there's a Halloween Toy Story movie, Toy Story Of Terror. There's also a Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command. But, it seems that the 4 Toy Story movies that got released in the cinemas, are the main Toy Story movies. To talk more about the movie than the order, I've watched the First one a few times recently. I'll tell you, even if you're an adult, Toy Story will probably entertain you. I can't believe how long it's been since this movie came out, and since the '90s. In my opinion, I'd consider the first Toy Story was the best. The computer animation is still impressive today, and it was definitely a turning point in entertainment, animation for how many animated movies have come out since then. The toys from the movie seem iconic and recognizable since the first movie, and the story with these characters has been able to continue. With the Blu Ray menu, you can get Commentary while watching, Deleted Scenes, Making Of. Get a little more background information from Toy Story. Now, to talk about the movie. I feel that Toy Story, is the best of the films story written, even though it won't include characters we get to know in other Toy Story movies. Jessie wasn't in this adventure with Woody. Still, a great story. I mean I feel that this Toy Story gives us a feel of a suburban neighborhood home/community. I guess they all do, but Andy's neighborhood. Andy and his Mom are about to move. Right next door the neighbor is Sid. He is one of the reasons I feel like Toy Story was better written, a character like Sid. He wasn't all evil, he just liked blowing up toys dissembling them, torturing toys, but not realizing they were alive. He's a character we'd probably want to see return and get a little more of a backstory of. He only had brief appearances in Toy Story 3 as a garbageman. This movie also has scenes at Pizza Planet. I've always thought, that looked like a cool restaurant to eat at. While Pizza Planet is mentioned in other Pixar Films, I'm pretty sure this is the only one where they actually go to a Pizza Planet. I liked also seeing that gas station Dinoco. Now, to ask my question, Did Andy Know Sid? I mean they were next door neighbors just a fence apart. Andy's bedroom window was even parallel to Sid's bedroom window. The toys knew who he was, and could hear and see him in his backyard. Sid even happened to be at Pizza Planet when Andy was there. One neighbor loves toys, the other tortures toys. Did the Davis Family know the Phillips Family? It's just a fictional movie, even though it will come to life while watching, but this information wasn't written into the script. But, from a logical perspective, they most likely knew each other, but weren't really friends. Andy would probably have made a better friend with Sid's sister Hannah. This might sound random, but I also like how the movie gave an idea of going through the walls, vents of the house showing what the inside, parts of a house you don't see look like, along with a toy going to the front door through a hole where the lightbulb was. Also, with the chase at the end, giving you a feel of being in a neighborhood like that, and surprisingly during that scene and all these other Toy Story scenes, people don't seem to notice the toys are alive, opening the back of a truck, blasting off with The Big One. How did practically nobody see this? A good movie, and I've heard other questions. Like for one, who is Andy's Father? A well-written movie, but they left out a couple of simple things plot wise that could have been included, and people who have seen the movie wonder about? I also heard a couple of theories like Emily, from Toy Story 2 was possibly Andy's Mom. We call her Mrs. Davis/Andy's Mom without a first name. Thanks for reading.