The toys are mistakenly delivered to a day-care center instead of the attic right before Andy leaves for college, and it's up to Woody to convince the other toys that they weren't abandoned and to return home.
In a city of humanoid animals, a hustling theater impresario's attempt to save his theater with a singing competition becomes grander than he anticipates even as its finalists find that their lives will never be the same.
Max faces some major changes after his owner Katie gets married and now has a child. On a family trip to the countryside, Max meets a farm dog named Rooster, and both attempt to overcome his fears. Meanwhile, Gidget tries to rescue Max's favorite toy from a cat-packed apartment, and Snowball sets on a mission to free a white tiger named Hu from a circus.Written by
Katie and Chuck's SUV has the same license plate (HQO6874) as the circus truck. See more »
[Snowball is dressed in his superhero outfit]
Good morning, New York City!
[starts singing his superhero theme as he's posing for a flight off]
Snowball, what are you doing?
What's it look like I'm doing? I'm doing superhero stuff.
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In a mid-credits scene, Snowball creates a rap troupe, which only lasts a few moments before his owner Molly enters the room. See more »
EMPIRE STATE OF MIND
Written by Jay Z (as Shawn Carter), Alicia Keys (as Alicia Augello-Cook), Angela Hunte, Bert Keyes, Sylvia Robinson, Janet Sewell (as Jane't Sewell), Al Shux (as Alexander Shuckburgh)
Performed by Jay Z featuring Alicia Keys
Courtesy of S. Carter Enterprises, LLC/Roc Nation Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises
Alicia Keys appears courtesy of RCA Records by arrangement with Sony Music Entertainment
Contains the sample "Love on a Two-Way Street" performed by The Moments, courtesy of Rhino Entertainment Company, by arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
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Narratively, the film is not without fault. In particular, the three storylines are fairly loose, and do not seem to relate to each other. Nevertheless, this does not prevent the film to be thoroughly unpredictable, wildly fun and extremely fast-paced. While introducing a new character Tiger or Hu, the film retains most of the characters from its predecessor, all of which are adorable and cute. The characters, dialogues and actions are super hilarious, and the children in the auditorium kept laughing throughout. Several scenes, including the cliff scene and the chase scenes, are pretty intense.
See the movie if you want fun and happiness.
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