With the studio's 13th feature on the way we take stock of the studio's best
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3. "Toy Story 3" (Lee Unkrich, 2010)
And speaking of a rescue movie, the third (and final?) chapter in the "Toy Story" legacy took that idea to new heights. The film reduced me to mush, just like it did countless others. It took a formula, injected it with more profound meaning than its two predecessors could have dreamed of, had the balls to keep its edge when push came to shove with the story’s antagonist, and at the end of the day, put a big, bright, beautiful bow on one of the most beloved franchises in cinema history. Not only that, it established a true rarity: a franchise that got better each time it stepped up to bat.