Did you cry during Toy Story 3?

@olisaur (1932)
United States
July 30, 2010 3:31pm CST
I finally saw Toy Story 3 with my best friend last week. I have a soft spot for Disney movies, and I found myself tearing up a couple of times. The part where they were in the incinerator and started to hold hands and the very end where Andy gave the toys to the little girl were the parts that got me. w
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• Philippines
31 Jul 10
I was tearing up when they got to the incinerator, but what really got my crying was when Andy was saying goodbye to all the toys after he had a last play time with them. I"m really sentimental, so when scenes like that in Toy Story tug at the heart strings, it takes lots of self control not to bawl out. :)
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• Philippines
31 Jul 10
I was crying like crazy when I saw Toy Story 3! I mean it was really heartbreaking and funny at the same time. I just love that movie and I think that is the best Toy story yet.. I just loved everything about the movie,. and I can feel that everyone was really holding back their tears, specially during the incenerator scene.. It was like I was losing my own toys! Hehehehe. Two thumbs up for those who are behind the movie.
• United States
30 Jul 10
Yeah I teared up a few times as well. I am VERY proud of Disney though going back to their root with Princess and the Frog and also staying with the spirit when they did toy story three. some parts of it were intense but the ending was sad, happy and adorable. It was just ending with andy and just starting with donny. but before they had to say good bye they had one last play time with andy
• Australia
2 Nov 10
I cried when Andy received a message from Woody about giving his toys to Bonnie.It was so sweet that Andy could let go of his favorite toys and even stayed a while to tell Bonnie (their new owner)what roles he used to give to all his toys... Hopefully there will be a Toy Story 4 with Bonnies own toys.She even has a silent Tortoro (that giant gray bunny thing).If you have seen the movie My Neighbor Tortoro then you would know that Tortoro doesn't really talk but kind of makes this roaring sound...
@AliaKane (97)
• United States
11 Sep 10
Pixar, the only company that perfects superior sequels. I cried. I actually read spoilers of the movie before viewing, and yet, I cried. First, I was roaring with laughter at the imaginative beginning, then I cried when the flashbacks of Andy came and the fading music of "You Got A Friend In Me". And then to the incinerator scene... I was too busy sobbing to feel like strangling Lotso... This was a story about transition through life. Andy matures and gives away his toys without letting go of the memory of them. His successor, Bonnie, is their rebirth.
@akopoaysi (740)
• Philippines
31 Jul 10
hi olisaur!! yes indeed!! i cried on the same part when andy was giving his toys to the little girl. when when they almost got crashed to the waste machine they were all holding hands. (i forgot the term they used). i love disney/pixar movies!!! have a great day to all!!!
@se7enthbird (8327)
• Philippines
31 Jul 10
my wife did. she was crying and i was laughing at her well in a sweet way. ladies are really easy to cry on this kinds of movies. although i can say that the story was a good one. that no matter how expensive the toys are kids outgrow on them. its hard to let go but you have to let go. good thing that he found someone to give it to. i person who also can take care like the way he did. two thumbs up for this animation.
• United States
31 Jul 10
Yes, I saw the same movie with my daughter, and felt the tears coming, especially at the part where Andy was giving the toys away. It was what he was saying, I think, about how his toys were real friends because they were always there for him, etc. This made me think of the people in my life who have done the same thing for me, especially my family, and it made me tear up. Here I am, out with my teenaged daughter, trying to have a good time, and I cry at the movies! Of course, as I would tell my kids when they were little and bothered when they saw their mom or day cry, "it was a good cry." Anyway, I'm pretty sure you weren't the only one out there who cried when they saw this. This particular movie happened to get at things that can bring emotion to a lot of people: changes that happen in life, saying goodbye to friends, loyalty of those people in your life that really care, etc. Yes, it was a good one!
• United States
31 Jul 10
I didn't cry, but I'm not typically an emotional movie-goer. It takes something hitting me really hard to get me to cry. But my sister cried. (Bawled like a baby at the exact same two spots that you did... despite the fact she'd seen it once already.) And I even caught my 60 year old father crying.
@damned_dle (3944)
• Philippines
31 Jul 10
One of the saddest movies I've ever seen lately... *sigh*
@ANIME123 (2473)
• United States
31 Jul 10
Actually no, but that's because i haven't seen the movie yet, but I will soon because hey it's Toy story so I have to see it. Hopefully it's a good movie. I just love Disney movies.