Watch Toy Story 2
Children love the Toy Story movies. They love Woody, Buzz, and all their friends. Toy Story 2 is directed by John Lasseter and Ash Brannon. The original story is written by John Lasseter and Pete Docter. Toy Story has a lot of famous voices. Tom Hanks is Woody. Tim Allen is Buzz Lightyear. Joan Cusack is Jessie. Kids followed Woody and Buzz on adventures in the original Toy Story. Toy Story 2 is the sequel to it. A lot of thought and dedication was put into the story line.
Andy planned to take Woody along to cowboy camp until he accidentally broke Woody's arm. He leaves Woody behind. Al McWhiggen owns a local toy store. He ends up taking Woody from a yard sale that Andy's mom is having. Buzz quickly thinks of a go to action while remembering the license plate number as the car drove away. Woody meets Bullseye (a horse), Jessie (cowgirl), and a doll named The Prospector. Woody learns that he was once the star of a famous children's tv show called Woody's Round-Up.
The Prospector informs Woody that all four of them are going to be sent to Japan to a toy museum. Woody can't let this happen. Once Woody's arm is fixed, then he plans to escape. Jessie and Bullseye don't want Woody to leave. Buzz goes through a lot of troubles and dead ends to find Woody. Once he finally does, then he helps Woody, Jessie, and Bullseye escape. When Andy returns from camp, he finds his toys laid out on the bed. He also has two new toys...Jessie and Bullseye. Andy writes his name on them just like he has done with all his toys before.
Children can learn the value of friendship and how to treat each other with respect. Parents aren't cautioned when it comes to their children watching Toy Story 2. It is rated G and perfect for audiences of all ages. Parents will love to watch this along with their children. Young children will find it amazing that all the toys can talk and communicate with each other. The adventures of Buzz and Woody will never stop. They are always trying to find something to get into. A lot like children do. Children will love to follow Woody and Buzz and their new friends on this heartfelt journey. Some kids may not hold back the tears during the touching moments of the movie.
- Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Kelsey Grammer, Don Rickles, Wallace Shawn
- Buena Vista Pictures
- Ash Brannon, John Lasseter