Toy Story 2

1999

Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

324
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 100%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 7.9 10 443050

Synopsis


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Cast

Tom Hanks as Woody
Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear
Joan Cusack as Jessie the Yodeling Cowgirl
John Ratzenberger as Hamm the Piggy Bank
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Ramneek Suri 10 / 10

10/10

Deeper and darker (relatively speaking ) than Toy Story this sequel improves on an already fine film. Going places where no Disney film has gone before it is filled with a rare melancholy. The emotion never feels forced. The voice work is great, the animation crisp and the jokes even out the darker material. It wins my vote as the best of the toy story trilogy.

Possibly the best Pixar movie ever.

10/10

Reviewed by Jesper Brun 10 / 10

The best sequel ever made.

My headline sum up the most admirable thing about Toy Story. Pixar had enough respect towards their 1995 mega hit to put effort into making a spectacular sequel.

Woody is faced with hard choices here about himself being a collector's item and therefore immediately desired by the toy enthusiast Al who brings him to his own place with lots of merchandise. One of them is a TV-show with co-puppets a cowgirl named Jessie, a horse named Bull's Eye and a prospector named Stinky Pete.

Jessie is a really well made character with an emotional back-story which always makes me cry a little. The song "When She Loved Me" is a perfect song illustrating her emotional scars. That song easily ranks among Randy Newman's best.

Every conflict faced in this movie is perfect. When you find yourself torn between both choices, you know it is great. Woody wants to stay with his newly acquired fame and free his new friends from being left as an incomplete collection, but also to go back to Andy.

There are also a lot of great laughs. Lots of jokes about other toys and the situations they find themselves in. I could go on for ever about how much I like Toy Story 2.

Go see it if you haven't and do your kids a favor and show all Toy Story movies to them.

Reviewed by Lee Eisenberg 8 / 10

toying around to the fullest potential

I should say that "Toy Story 2" isn't a masterpiece, but still entertaining. What I particularly liked about it is how we see some characters' histories expanded and even get introduced to the evil Emperor Zurg (Buzz's sworn enemy). As usual, there are some references to movies outside the franchise to catch the adults' attention.

So, the tykes will probably enjoy the action while the parents will laugh at the references. Not my favorite movie by any stretch but still fun. I suspect that back when Wallace Shawn first made a splash in "My Dinner with Andre"*, no one ever envisioned him voicing a toy dinosaur in a Disney movie (or even starring in a movie like "The Princess Bride").

*My parents met him and Andre Gregory around the time that MDwA got released. The four of them had dinner together and had a philosophical conversation about the movie.

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