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Toy Story 3 - A True Family Values Message

Now I'm not one to usually write about a movie that's out at the theatre now since there's not too much I want to see.
My grandkids kept pestering me this past week to go with them to see Toy Story 3 so I finally gave in.
(You know how we always do that with our grandkids!) I had seen Toy Story 1 and Toy Story 2 which I thought were really cute movies with a great message so I didn't know what to expect of this one besides the fact that it was being promoted in every way shape and form for several months now.
I haven't been to a movie theater in over ten years now, and I was pleasantly surprised to see how much nicer they've gotten again.
I remember growing up with the nice big theaters way back when where you'd see cartoons before the double feature started, and then it seemed like they were turned into these tiny little boxes with not much room to sit.
For those of us with a little more room for winter, small seats are not our friend.
It was so nice to have a nice big comfy seat to sit back and enjoy this wonderful movie with my seven grandchildren.
Toy Story 3 was such a wonderful family film that I can only encourage all of you to watch it as it's not just for kids.
It's one of those wonderful movies that everyone of all age can enjoy and take away something different.
I've missed having films that you can watch with children and your entire family without having to worry about grabbing that remote thing to mute since so much in movies and on tv today seems to need some curse words or other things to be popular.
Well Toy Story 3 doesn't need to resort to those things to make it a treat and joy for the entire family.
Well in Toy Story 3, the movie begins with Andy leaving for college and donating his beloved toys - including Woody (Tom Hanks) and Buzz (Tim Allen) - to a daycare.
While the crew meets new friends, including Ken (Michael Keaton), they soon grow to hate their new surroundings and plan an escape.
At first things look promising to the toys except for Woody (who always seems to have the wisdom), but they soon find out that looks are quite deceiving.
I don't want to give away anything more since it's such a wonderful film so just go and enjoy it with your family.
It's a true Christian family values and living experience.
God bless, Miss Judy

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