This past summer's biggest tearjerker and best overall movie of 2010 was the third installment of Pixar's beloved toys-come-to-life series, 'Toy Story 3.'

Eleven years later, Andy is now a teenager, and is, by societal norms, too old to play with his toys. Once Woody, Buzz and the gang realize thy're about to be put out to pasture, they scramble to find their way back home. It's a heartwarming tale about growing up and the inanimate objects that win your heart along the way.

Which is why we think that if you enjoyed 'Toy Story 3,' then you'll probably like -- or already love -- a little 1987 film called 'The Brave Little Toaster.'
The Brave Little Toaster
Not Yet Rated1987
In Theaters on July 10th, 1987

Five household appliances join forces to search for the young owner of their abandoned summer cabin. Read More

Toy Story 3
Based on 39 critics

When Andy leaves for college, Woody, Buzz and the rest of the toys wind up at a day-care center. Read More

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