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15 July 2010 @ 10:46 pm
Movie: Toy Story 3...in 3-D!!!  
I feel like I'm the last person to see Toy Story 3, even though it's only been in movie theaters about a month. All of my friends have been gushing about how great it is in their Facebook statuses. But I did finally watch the movie, with Seanie and Amanda, in 3-D. (Note: Wasn't worth it. Didn't seem to be much in the way of 3-D effects, so while the movie looked great it didn't benefit much from the glasses.)

Anyway. Fantastic movie. How could it fail to be great when it has Woody? He's the most awesome cowboy toy ever. Do you know how awesome Woody is? I LOVE WOODY despite the fact that he's voiced by Tom Hanks, one of the actors that annoy the heck out of me for no logical reason. THAT's how awesome Woody is.

I remember seeing that exact Ken doll at one of the daycare centers I went to when I was a kid. So trippy. In a real daycare, though, there would be a half-dozen blonde Barbies to go with him, all incredibly ratty-looking, and only four or five articles of clothing between all the dolls.
Maybe I just went to crummy daycare places...

So Bo Peep's not in this movie, but I was wondering, why would a boy have a Bo Peep doll in the first place? Seanie commented last night that he always thought Andy had an older sister, and that's where Bo Peep came from. Anyone else have a theory?

Kuruma Chidori: hydesurprisedchidorichan on July 17th, 2010 03:46 pm (UTC)
If I remember right, Bo Peep was actually part of a lamp, like a baby-room lamp. (Not sure why his parents chose a girly decor for him, but there you go. XD) For some reason, Andy still had it in the first movie... Maybe because he had a baby sister? But no, I don't think he had an older one.

whimsicalbeauwhimsicalbeau on July 18th, 2010 04:34 pm (UTC)
Why does she have a 3 headed mutant sheep?
Kuruma Chidori: friendchidorichan on July 19th, 2010 04:30 pm (UTC)
I didn't even notice that at first. ;-;
jeanniejeannietran on July 18th, 2010 09:47 am (UTC)
Andy has a younger sister, and I always assumed it was her Bo Peep and Andy just liked using her as his "damsel in distress" for Woody to save when he did all those stick-em-up shootouts. If I remember correctly, Mrs. Potato Head was a Christmas gift for his younger sister at the end of the 1st Toy Story and Andy played with her as well. Maybe he just always jacks his sisters toys.

And I feel the exact same way about Woody and Tom Hanks, except I do have reasons why he annoys me.
(Anonymous) on November 3rd, 2010 08:41 pm (UTC)
If i remember correctly bo-peep belonged to his baby sister and was bought probly just before molly was born. I cant remember if andy and molly shared a room or just down the hall from andy's room. but ya I think that is where bo peep came from. The reason she was sold or gotten rid of is probly pretty obvious is eaither she broke or just Molly grew to old to have her.