In my first post on this site I stated that I there are only 5 movie sequels that I love. Well, I saw Predators the other night…and that didn’t change the count, in fact Predators was bad. But the following night I got the kid some snacks and we saddled up Toy Story 3. I may be the last film nerd to have seen Toy Story 3, and I don’t have a great excuse (it has been on my DVR since May). But I expected the third one to be like the second one, loved by almost everyone, but lacking the magic of its predecessor. Toy Story 2’s themes of ownership did not strike a chord in me like the themes of companionship in the first. Toy Story 3 unlike so many sequels, is a great stand-alone film. Yes, that means there are now 6 sequels that I love, adjust your scorecards at home.
Head here to print off your coupons which saves $5 dollars on each title for a total of $10 of savings on the two titles. But that is not all, at Target the titles are selling for $19.99 each, plus if you buy both you save another $10 so you get both Toy Story’s on Blu for $20 Dollars! That is a deal.
Also, if you have any of the old Toy Story DVD’s you might want to hold on to those and not trade them in, especially the Ultimate Toy Box Collection, as there are still a few extras not ported over to these Blu-Ray’s.