This movie is very deep. It was touching throughout the whole film and the action kept you from getting too caught up on the emotional side of things until the last couple of segments. The last twenty minutes or so of the film is very tough for me to deal with. I got very teary and had to wipe my eyes while watching that last stretch. Maybe I'm just sensitive, but I also have toys that I hold deeply. Toys that I didn't stop playing with until a late age, so I felt this movie all the way through.
This is one of the best movies I've ever seen. The writers did a terrific job in creating suspense without taking the movie away from the characters. There are some cheesy spots that would normally take away from a film in my view, but the heartfelt emotions acted out from the toys throughout the film makes it easy to let the cheesiness slide. The dialogue if flawless and Andy tops it off in the last five minutes with what is probably the greatest scene I've ever seen in film history. It will take another year or so before can watch this movie again. This is real stuff. My favorite trillogy of all time.