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On a night when [I]The King's Speech[/I] reigned over the Academy Awards, Disney and Pixar performed royally, winning a total of four Oscars, two each for [I]Toy Story 3[/I] and [I]Alice in Wonderland[/I].
As expected, [I]Toy Story 3[/I] won for Best Animated Feature, beating out [I]How to Train Your Dragon[/I] and [I]The Illusionist[/I]. It also won Best Original Song
OK, let's get the gripes out of the way.
First, "Toy Story 3" is not as good as "Toy Story" or "Toy Story 2." But, then again, Michelangelo's David wasn't as good as the Sistine Chapel ceiling.
Second, seeing "Toy Story 3" in 3D is totally unnecessary. The effect is subtle and adds absolutely
Updated 01-02-2011 at 06:12 PM by disneytim (Update Link)
Pixar takes center stage on Sunday, the final day of the D23 Expo. Expect a heavy dose of "Toy Stories 1, 2 and 3" and an eye-popping print shirt on John Lasseter. Besides the shirt, here's what else stands out:
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