If you haven't seen "Toy Story 3" yet, well, what are you waiting for? Easily one of Pixar's finest offerings — though, really, it's hard to find a bad Pixar film — and possibly even the best of the "Toy Story" films, the latest adventure of Woody and Buzz rises to the challenge of the 11 year gap since "Toy Story 2" without sacrificing accessibility for a new audience. Really, it's great.
Of course, the movie could have gone an entirely different direction. It's not unusual for a franchise to stall a bit around the third installment, and that very easily could have been the case with "Toy Story 3," as the Daily TwitPic posted after the jump will undoubtedly inform you. In this alternate reality, director Lee Unkrich brings us a Woody who hasn't taken Andy's neglect over the years on the chin — he's taken it on the double chin. See what I mean after the jump.
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