29 October 2010 8:45 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Every filmmaker stumbles from time to time. Even the greats like Hitchcock and Kubrick have a few boners in their pantheon, along with other movies that do the job and not much more. Part of the ballyhoo over Pixar stems from the fact that they alone seem to have avoided that trap. Everything they produce stands head and shoulders above its competitors, throwing off the filmmaking curve like a genius in remedial English class. At worst, their efforts are pretty good, and at best? Well, at best they produce movies like Toy Story 3. Hit the jump for my full review.

The original Toy Story set Pixar on its winning ways back in 1995, and the first sequel achieved that rare feat of surpassing the original in depth and quality. Toy Story 3 picks up after a ten-year break… rarely a good sign in any franchise. But John Lasseter’s boys »

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