Toy Story 3Little Andy from 'Toy Story' must be married with children by now, right? Not quite, but he's heading off to college and there's no room in his dorm for Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the gang. 'Toy Story 3' opens Friday and Pixar's latest follows Andy's toys as they journey from his bedroom to a day care center.

Tom Hanks and Tim Allen are back, voicing Woody and Buzz respectively, and Ned Beatty joins the toy parade, presiding over Sunnyside Daycare's hand-me-down toys as a wily bear named Lotso. New friends are made in these new surroundings; most notably, Barbie finally finds Ken, still chiseled and fashion-challenged (and voiced by Michael Keaton).

Interestingly enough, Woody's competition for this weekend's box office is another cowboy, 'Jonah Hex', but that scarred gunslinger's adventures are decidedly PG-13.

Expectations are high for 'Toy Story 3', given the stellar cast, a screenplay written by Oscar-winner Michael Arndt ('Little Miss Sunshine') and Pixar being Pixar. What's more, this outing is in glorious 3D. Were the critics tickled by the toys this time out? Let's take a look.
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Toy Story 3
Based on 39 critics

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