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Old Jun 26th 2010, 1:52 am
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Great film

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Old Jun 26th 2010, 5:24 am
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pfft; who doesn't love toy story 3, must be out of your mind if you don't.
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Going to see it next week. We're sooooo over 3D though and trying to find a cinema showing it normally at the time we need is proving impossible.
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Going to see it next week. We're sooooo over 3D though and trying to find a cinema showing it normally at the time we need is proving impossible.
3D sucks Penny.I've always said its just a gimmick to flog 3D tv's.It wont last IMHO.
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Great film

I love toy story
Even my 14 year old boy and 16 year old girl don't mind being seen in public with us so we can see it at the movies. May go tomorrow afternoon to a matinee.
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Great film

I love toy story
going to see it today cant wait- will report back later...
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Great film

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Absolutely fantastic film. All five of us were crying at the end You're never too old to watch Toy Story
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Just got back from the drive in! well worth the wait for it
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Going to see it next week. We're sooooo over 3D though and trying to find a cinema showing it normally at the time we need is proving impossible.
Coolangatta is a 3D free cinema !! I always take my son there..were over it too xx
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Coolangatta is a 3D free cinema !! I always take my son there..were over it too xx
Yeah, we use Coolie a lot but whilst it's close to home, we need to be up near Southport so it's either Pac or Aus Fair and Aus Fair is feral - reminds me of Luton Arndale Centre.
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Yeah, we use Coolie a lot but whilst it's close to home, we need to be up near Southport so it's either Pac or Aus Fair and Aus Fair is feral - reminds me of Luton Arndale Centre.
LOL ...ME TOO !!! Ha thats so funny ..its got that same feel about it !!
Once worked in Luton and it was the worst time of my life..the drive down the hill from the motorway into Luton filled me with dread every morning !!!
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LOL ...ME TOO !!! Ha thats so funny ..its got that same feel about it !!
Once worked in Luton and it was the worst time of my life..the drive down the hill from the motorway into Luton filled me with dread every morning !!!
I'm surprised anyone still uses Aus Fair. It's not much further for that half of the coast to get to Pac Fair or Robina. Not a fan of any shopping centre but at least at the other two you don't feel as though you're going to get mugged or be walking through urine in the carpark
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We loved the film and yes, I cried at the end. It was great to see it. I would say however that I think if you are going to take very young ones that they may be a bit frightened at one or two bits in the film. The 3D? I wouldnt worry about it too much to be honest, I like 3D to have stuff leaping out of the screen towards you, but this was really only just a film with the extra dimention of depth not really much else. Overall a great time last night from woody and the gang.
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I went on the day it opened, took my kids and they loved it.
It was my youngest first trip to the cinema, and she loved it and so wanted a Toy Story t shirt and fleece jacket from the shops.

Luckily Id shipped the original Toy Story toys from the first movies with me. So passed them on to her.

Eldest went to see Shrek 4 and said it was a let down.

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Fantastic movie. Fans of the previous Toy Story movies will definitely not be disappointed.

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