It has been at least 10 1/2 years since the last Toy Story, which is the "Garth Brooks," of CGI animated movies(it is legendary). In 2010, they brought it back to theaters, and to many, they brought back childhood. My childhood has very well been brought back to me because I grew up with the Toy Story movies, and I identify with Andy as the toy-loving kid, and the one who takes care of their toys. I went to see this opening day, and I couldn't believe Woody and Buzz were back on the big screen! This movie is one of the greatest movies of all time in my list. I saw it in IMAX 3D, which is the best movie experience on Earth. The 12,000 watts sound system can be a waste of energy, but, it made Toy Story 3 a pleasant and vibrant experience. The 3D part was so real with the yellow 3D glasses they gave us. It even felt like that in the previews (Tron and Megamind). Even the rough toddler scene in the movie actually "took you" there in the day care. Every time something fell or some "boom" went off, I could feel it in my chest area, and I was extremely impressed with this. The story, the toys being taken to a day care by Andy, who is now grown up, it's almost like perfect. There is also a girl named Bonnie who loves toys and takes care of all of her toys. This reminded me of the beginning scene of Toy Story #1, where Andy was playing Cowboy with his toys. Also, ask the employees at your theater for some napkins while you are walking to see the movie. The ending scene, where Andy gives his toys to Bonnie, was a teearjerker, although it didn't make me cry. Now, on to the acting. It was the best acting out of any movie I have seen in theaters. Woody was the best character, because I thought he was cool. The worst characters: well, that may be the toddlers. They treat toys badly, even worse than Andy or Bonnie of even Molly, Andy's sister. If I played with toys like that, I would be a moron. Also, they scream too much, and they were rather annoying than enjoyable, but it's pretty minor. Some of the toddlers were very gross. One boy, who stuck a toy up his nose, had boogers on his nose. I was also grossed out by the girl who put her mouth on Buzz. I covered my eyes because it was gross. Now, on to the direction. The direction was worth an A+. And finally the visuals. They were the best thing about the movie. This is the first film to be filmed in 7.1 surround sound. I felt every move they made in the movie. Also, the way they animated Woody, Buzz, Slinky, Rex, and all of my other favorites was my piece of cake. Overall, the movie was one of the most breathtakking experiences in my whole life. Nuff said.