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18th May '16 8:43:25 PM Chris116
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* Sid bullying Hannah is pretty cruel. It's clear he's always stealing her toys, mutilating them, and rearranging them just to bully Hannah, given how all of her toys appear to be that way. It's just plain cruel. And at the end of the film, Hannah strikes back and starts torturing him with his new fear of toys. Hopefully they made peace as they grew up.
22nd Mar '16 11:53:59 PM HeraldAlberich
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*** And before this, Newman wrote the even darker "Plastic Spaceman," which boarders on SanitySlippage.
--> "Three little words, and all was gone/These bitter words/'[[WhamLine Made in Taiwan]]'."

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*** ** And before this, Newman wrote the even darker "Plastic Spaceman," which boarders on SanitySlippage.
--> "Three --->''Three little words, and all was gone/These bitter words/'[[WhamLine words/"[[WhamLine Made in Taiwan]]'."Taiwan]]."''
2nd Oct '15 8:04:39 PM Yalsaris63
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* The scene where Woody tells Buzz he (Woody) should have been the one strapped to the rocket, not Buzz. The main reason being Buzz [[AlwaysSomeoneBetter is more modern]] than Woody is and eventually will replace him as Andy's favorite toy, which is disheartening when considering that kids nowadays prefer stuff that looks cool and flashy whilst eschewing the older, uncool, and obsolete ones because they're past their prime; hence why Buzz at the time is considered the hottest commodity for kids as revealed in an earlier TV ad (which also ironically brought Buzz down to Earth hard with the fact that, yes, he is indeed another regular toy that cannot do otherworldly things just as Woody had been attempting to knock on his head many times earlier). Shortly after, Woody looks over to Buzz only to find he is no longer there. The saddened look on Woody's face sets it.

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* The scene where Woody tells Buzz he (Woody) should have been the one strapped to the rocket, not Buzz. The main reason being Buzz [[AlwaysSomeoneBetter is more modern]] than Woody is and eventually will replace him as Andy's favorite toy, which is disheartening when considering that kids nowadays prefer stuff that looks cool and flashy whilst eschewing the older, uncool, and obsolete ones simply because they're past their prime; prime and yesteryear's trend; hence why Buzz at the time is considered the hottest commodity for kids as revealed in an earlier TV ad (which also ironically brought Buzz down to Earth hard with the fact that, yes, he is indeed another regular toy that cannot do otherworldly things just as Woody had been attempting to knock on his head many times earlier). Shortly after, Woody looks over to Buzz only to find he is no longer there. The saddened look on Woody's face sets it.
2nd Oct '15 8:02:37 PM Yalsaris63
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* The scene where Woody tells Buzz he (Woody) should have been the one strapped to the rocket, not Buzz. The main reason being Buzz is more modern than Woody is and eventually will replace him as Andy's favorite toy, which is disheartening when considering that kids nowadays prefer stuff that looks cool and flashy whilst eschewing the older, uncool, and obsolete ones because they're past their prime; hence why Buzz at the time is considered the hottest commodity for kids as revealed in an earlier TV ad (which also ironically brought Buzz down to Earth hard with the fact that, yes, he is indeed another regular toy that cannot do otherworldly things just as Woody had been attempting to knock on his head many times earlier). Shortly after, Woody looks over to Buzz only to find he is no longer there. The saddened look on Woody's face sets it.

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* The scene where Woody tells Buzz he (Woody) should have been the one strapped to the rocket, not Buzz. The main reason being Buzz [[AlwaysSomeoneBetter is more modern modern]] than Woody is and eventually will replace him as Andy's favorite toy, which is disheartening when considering that kids nowadays prefer stuff that looks cool and flashy whilst eschewing the older, uncool, and obsolete ones because they're past their prime; hence why Buzz at the time is considered the hottest commodity for kids as revealed in an earlier TV ad (which also ironically brought Buzz down to Earth hard with the fact that, yes, he is indeed another regular toy that cannot do otherworldly things just as Woody had been attempting to knock on his head many times earlier). Shortly after, Woody looks over to Buzz only to find he is no longer there. The saddened look on Woody's face sets it.
2nd Oct '15 8:01:19 PM Yalsaris63
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* The scene where Woody tells Buzz he (Woody) should have been the one strapped to the rocket, not Buzz. The main reason being Buzz is more modern than Woody is and eventually will replace him as Andy's favorite toy, which is disheartening when considering that kids nowadays prefer stuff that looks cool and flashy and eschew the older, uncool, and obsolete ones because they're past their prime; hence why Buzz at the time is considered the hottest commodity for kids as revealed in an earlier TV ad (which also ironically brought Buzz down to Earth hard with the fact that, yes, he is indeed another regular toy that cannot do otherworldly things just as Woody had been attempting to knock on his head many times earlier). Shortly after, Woody looks over to Buzz only to find he is no longer there. The saddened look on Woody's face sets it.

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* The scene where Woody tells Buzz he (Woody) should have been the one strapped to the rocket, not Buzz. The main reason being Buzz is more modern than Woody is and eventually will replace him as Andy's favorite toy, which is disheartening when considering that kids nowadays prefer stuff that looks cool and flashy and eschew whilst eschewing the older, uncool, and obsolete ones because they're past their prime; hence why Buzz at the time is considered the hottest commodity for kids as revealed in an earlier TV ad (which also ironically brought Buzz down to Earth hard with the fact that, yes, he is indeed another regular toy that cannot do otherworldly things just as Woody had been attempting to knock on his head many times earlier). Shortly after, Woody looks over to Buzz only to find he is no longer there. The saddened look on Woody's face sets it.
2nd Oct '15 8:00:47 PM Yalsaris63
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* The scene where Woody tells Buzz he (Woody) should have been the one strapped to the rocket, not Buzz. The main reason being Buzz is more modern than Woody is and eventually will replace him as Andy's favorite toy, which is disheartening when considering that kids nowadays prefer stuff that looks cool and flashy; hence why Buzz at the time is considered the hottest commodity for kids as revealed in an earlier TV ad (which also ironically brought Buzz down to Earth hard with the fact that, yes, he is indeed another regular toy that cannot do otherworldly things just as Woody had been attempting to knock on his head many times earlier). Shortly after, Woody looks over to Buzz only to find he is no longer there. The saddened look on Woody's face sets it.

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* The scene where Woody tells Buzz he (Woody) should have been the one strapped to the rocket, not Buzz. The main reason being Buzz is more modern than Woody is and eventually will replace him as Andy's favorite toy, which is disheartening when considering that kids nowadays prefer stuff that looks cool and flashy; flashy and eschew the older, uncool, and obsolete ones because they're past their prime; hence why Buzz at the time is considered the hottest commodity for kids as revealed in an earlier TV ad (which also ironically brought Buzz down to Earth hard with the fact that, yes, he is indeed another regular toy that cannot do otherworldly things just as Woody had been attempting to knock on his head many times earlier). Shortly after, Woody looks over to Buzz only to find he is no longer there. The saddened look on Woody's face sets it.
2nd Oct '15 7:58:55 PM Yalsaris63
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* The scene where Woody tells Buzz he (Woody) should have been the one strapped to the rocket, not Buzz. Shortly after, Woody looks over to Buzz only to find he is no longer there. The saddened look on Woody's face sets it.

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* The scene where Woody tells Buzz he (Woody) should have been the one strapped to the rocket, not Buzz. The main reason being Buzz is more modern than Woody is and eventually will replace him as Andy's favorite toy, which is disheartening when considering that kids nowadays prefer stuff that looks cool and flashy; hence why Buzz at the time is considered the hottest commodity for kids as revealed in an earlier TV ad (which also ironically brought Buzz down to Earth hard with the fact that, yes, he is indeed another regular toy that cannot do otherworldly things just as Woody had been attempting to knock on his head many times earlier). Shortly after, Woody looks over to Buzz only to find he is no longer there. The saddened look on Woody's face sets it.
16th Aug '15 4:29:10 PM NWolfman
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*** And before this, Newman wrote the even darker "Plastic Spaceman," which boarders on SanitySlippage.
--> "Three little words, and all was gone/These bitter words/'[[WhamLine Made in Taiwan]]'."



* The Song "When She Loved Me" is an absolute heart-breaker, detailing the strong bond Jesse the Cowgirl had with her owner, until she became unnoticed, lost, found, then given away in that order.
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* The Song "When She Loved Me" is an absolute heart-breaker, detailing the strong bond Jesse the Cowgirl had with her owner, until she became unnoticed, lost, found, then given away in that order.
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10th Aug '15 9:48:40 PM jopartain
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*The Song "When She Loved Me" is an absolute heart-breaker, detailing the strong bond Jesse the Cowgirl had with her owner, until she became unnoticed, lost, found, then given away in that order.
5th Dec '14 10:13:40 PM Carroty
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* When Scud has Woody by the teeth, he can't get to safety and resigns that he's going to be mauled apart. His [[LastRequest last words]] to Buzz? "Take care of Andy for me."
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