While Andy is away at summer camp, Woody is toynapped by Al, a greedy collector who needs Andy’s favourite toy to complete his roundup gang collection. Together with Jessie, Bullseye and the prospector, Woody is on his way to a museum where he’ll spend the rest of his life behind glass. It’s up to Buzz, Mr. Potato Head, Hamm, Rex, and Slinky Dog to rescue their friend and remind him what being a toy is all about.
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Disney and Pixar released this in 1999 as a much requested follow up to the original movie. Cgi brilliance again with another great story, cast and special effects. This time the race is on for the toys to save woody after he is stolen at a yard sale after being accidently shown by Andy's mom. I cant recomend these films highly enough, they are a must for any family to see and own. The beauty of them is they just dont age and should be enjoyed by all those who were to young to see them first time around, and for those who have forgotten just how brilliant they are.
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