Toy Story 2 details
|Formats:||U DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Wallace Shawn, Joan Cusack, Kelsey Grammer, Don Rickles, John Morris, Wayne Knights, Annie Potts, Tom Hanks, Jim Varney, Tim Allen, Kelsey Grammer /|
|Directors:||Lee Unkrich, John Lasseter|
|Genres:||Animated, Children, Comedy|
|Studio:||WALT DISNEY STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Toy Story 2
|Run time:||1 hour 29 minutes|
|Rental release:||06 Nov 2000|
|Main languages:||English, English Audio Description|
|Dubbed:||Danish, Greek, Norwegian, Hebrew|
|Subtitles:||Danish, English, Greek, Hebrew, Norwegian|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English, Norwegian|
Most helpful review
Toys dont last foreverBy JediSi (301 reviews) from Kent , 25 Aug 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]Disney/Pixar's continuation to 'Toy Story' from 1995 establishes several amusing additional characters and has vibrant celebrity voice-overs and energy to spare, although the story line on this occasion (taking some of the toys out of the bedroom and into the big wide world) doesn't maintain a great deal of fascination.
Woody is purloined at a yard sale by a toy collector and ascertains he's a valuable one-off in the antique market; Buzz, Slinky Dog, Rex and Mr. Potato Head come to the rescue. Greatest moment is the amusing sci-fi beginning (which manages to be sardonic and electrifying), and Woody's preamble to his character's personal history is delightfully offered. The big rescue, while vivacious for the youthful audience, is prolonged and bursting of frenzied skirmish; there's so much pretentiousness (and shrieking from the actors) that the intricate niceties and warm melancholy which earmarked the foremost 'Toy Story' unhurriedly slithers away.
Moderately enjoyable, but fails to come within reach of the originals prominence. It has more style, superior animatronics, an acceptable storyline, but none of the spirit the first instalment contained.
I do think that this one used the wake of the original to get the success it has.
Its good, but not THAT good
Buzz Lightyear: You killed my father.
Emperor Zurg: No Buzz, I am your father.
Buzz Lightyear: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
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Mortality, Loss and ChangeBy Deadcompanions (8 reviews) from Brighton , 21 Dec 2010The notion that children's toys have a life of their own is again cleverly and at times touchingly exploited by this sequel, whose story is once more vibrant and engaging, and full of the Disney-quality characterization you'd expect after enjoying the original Toy Story. Mortality, loss and change are major themes this time, as seen through the eyes of our loyal but ultimately discarded playthings. Unfortunately, the existential issues are not resolved. But then I haven't watched Toy Story 3 yet.
Toy Story 2By ian3 (538 reviews) from Salisbury , 02 Dec 2010Toy Story 2 - you never stop loving these movies, they just get better with age, and the older you grow the better they get. Love it recommend it ..
GRATE!!!!! but not as good as 1st 1By a customer from basingstoke , 19 Nov 2010
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHidebut not as good as the 1st 1 but i dont no y lol but it was still cool ok good for the family to watch to gever
the best childrens dvd everBy elina purfield from south wales , 09 Nov 2010it just brings so much joy laughter fear and value to an adult or child absultey brilliant xe
Toys Story 2By Jameskane (1 review) from County Durham , 29 Oct 2010Great film will never get to old to watch any of the toy story movies, this was rented for more of my son.