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We've come a long way in 19 years. Way back when in 1995, Pixar made a movie about children's toys. The folks there called it Toy Story. Now, in 2014, Warner Bros. made a movie about children's Legos. The studio called it The Lego Movie. Both films attempt to capture adventure and heartfelt spirit for kids of all ages (adults included). This week's Film Face-off will only focus on the first Toy Story film and not the trilogy, which stands as one of the best trilogies along with Star Wars, Lord of the Rings and Richard Linklater's Before series. We won't have CGI as a category, because it's no contest. In rewatching Toy Story I was surprised how far we've come with crisp, clean computer-generated images. Everything else is fair game, so...

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