Cry for the wrong reason?? SPOILERS Toy Story 3!! !!

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24 Jun 2010, 7:22 pm

My mom cried at Toy Story 3 since Andy was going off to College etc. but what teared me up was Andy GIVING away Woody! THAT moment is what got to me. My dad was like WHAT you cried because he was giving away his toy!? but for me yes I did. I have always been a Toy Story fan and having this be the end and him giving away Woody was heart wrenching I could care less him going off to college. Am I wrong? The whole going off to college didn't strike a cord with me. Does anyone else feel like this or think they'd get more emotion out of Woody/toys etc. part of the film?



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24 Jun 2010, 8:15 pm

I would have cried about Woody being given away, more than about the boy going to college, as well.


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24 Jun 2010, 8:22 pm

Put [SPOILER FOR TOY STORY 3] in your title. Quick!

Giving away Woody was like him giving up his childhood. It was soooo sad.



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24 Jun 2010, 8:52 pm

It was essentially him accepting the end of his childhood and it resounded with me as i just turned 20.
A lot of people talk about tearing up at the part where Woody and his pals are headed toward a fiery death.
It made me stop and think a bit but i knew they'd get out of it with a deux ex machina somehow.


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24 Jun 2010, 8:55 pm

tinky wrote:
It made me stop and think a bit but i knew they'd get out of it with a deux ex machina somehow.


I don't feel it was duex ex machina at all.



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24 Jun 2010, 9:01 pm

Ferdinand wrote:
tinky wrote:
It made me stop and think a bit but i knew they'd get out of it with a deux ex machina somehow.


I don't feel it was duex ex machina at all.


Oh i forgot to mention I didn't think it wasn't too much of a deux ex machina either. They kept eluding to the claw through out the movie and it was a major part of the first movie. How the aliens knew they were in the fiery furnace however...don't know.


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24 Jun 2010, 9:08 pm

tinky wrote:
Ferdinand wrote:
tinky wrote:
It made me stop and think a bit but i knew they'd get out of it with a deux ex machina somehow.


I don't feel it was duex ex machina at all.


Oh i forgot to mention I didn't think it wasn't too much of a deux ex machina either. They kept eluding to the claw through out the movie and it was a major part of the first movie. How the aliens knew they were in the fiery furnace however...don't know.


They saw them or something. :lol: