• Frys.com #6759845
  • Manufacturer: Walt Disney Video
  • UPC #786936816341
  • Model #10774400
    • Genre: Fantasy, Children's/Family
    • MPAA Rating: G
    • AMG Rating:
    • Regional Coding: 1ABC
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    (Manufacturer # 10774400 )

    Plot
      Woody the Cowboy, Buzz Lightyear, and the rest of their friends from the toy box return in this computer-animated sequel to the 1995 hit Toy Story. This time around, Andy, the young boy who is the proud owner of most of our cast of characters, is off at summer camp, giving the toys a few weeks off to do as they please. Woody (voice of Tom Hanks) is unaware that in the years since his model went out of production, he's become a rare and valuable collector's item. An avid toy collector (voice of Wayne Knight) decides that he wants Woody for his collection and swipes him, so Buzz Lightyear (voice of Tim Allen), Hamm (voice of John Ratzenberger), Rex (voice of Wallace Shawn), Slinky Dog (voice of Jim Varney), and Mr. Potato Head (voice of Don Rickles) venture forth to rescue their kidnapped friend before Andy returns. Along with most of the original voice cast, composer Randy Newman returns with a new score and new songs. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

    Bonus Features

    • Disc 2:
    • Buzz Lightyear Mission Logs: International space station
    • 3 animated studio stories
    • Pixar's Zoetrope
    • Toy box: Outtakes & alternate scenes
    • Deleted scenes
    • Disc 3:
    • Buzz Lightyear Mission Logs: International space station
    • 3 animated studio stories
    • Pixar's Zoetrope

    Actors

      Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Kelsey Grammer, Don Rickles, Jim Varney, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger, Annie Potts, Wayne Knight, John Morris, Laurie Metcalf, Estelle Harris, R. Lee Ermey, Jodi Benson, Jonathan Harris, Joe Ranft, Andrew Stanton, Jeff Pidgeon

    Director

      John Lasseter, Lee Unkrich, Ash Brannon

    Producer

      Karen Robert Jackson, Helene Plotkin
    Awards
      Rating
        Child Classic
      Audio
      • Sound : DHMA/DTS/DD2/DD-EX
      • Language : Eng/Fre/Spa
      • Subtitles : Fre/Spa
      Video
      • Screen : COLOR/WSE/3D
      • Dar : 1.78:1

      Review

        Toy Story 2 narrowly escaped straight-to-video status, a common fate even for sequels to Disney's more successful films (The Return of Jafar, the sequel to Aladdin, is a prime example). But with the same director, vocal talents, and high-budget digital animation gathered for the second go-around of Woody, Buzz, and their plastic pals, Disney and Pixar positioned Toy Story 2 for another Thanksgiving theatrical release, saving one of film's most satisfying family franchises from the scrap heap. The sequel earned a 245-million-dollar domestic gross, well outpacing the original, and some say did the impossible: it actually improved on the near-perfect Toy Story. The film opens with a James Bond-like vignette of Buzz Lightyear dodging aliens and lasers on a wondrous foreign planet, eventually facing the Evil Emperor Zurg, his nemesis. It turns out to be a video game played by the toys in Andy's bedroom, in a sly commentary on Andy's changing interests; little do the neurotic toys know it, but video games will ultimately make them obsolete. As visually arresting as the opening is, the rest of the film maintains the pace, taking the characters through an adventure that rivals the original: saving Woody from a nerdy toy collector, outrageously embodied by Wayne Knight, who channels his pesky Seinfeld alter ego Newman. The mission brings them up and down an elevator shaft, through the place of their origin (a toy store), and face to face, in a wonderful setup, with a toy version of Zurg, delusional and hell-bent on wrecking havoc. The success of Toy Story 2 suggests that these characters could have endless adventures beyond the toy chest; however, they will have to be without Slinky Dog, voiced by Jim Varney, who died the following year. ~ Derek Armstrong, Rovi
      Product Info
      • Release Date : November 01, 2011
      • Length : 92 Minutes
      • Dvdsides : 3
      • Dvddiscs : 3
      • Upc : 786936816341


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