Toy Story That Time Forgot (2014)

Toy Story That Time Forgot (2014)

Tom HanksTim AllenKristen SchaalKevin McKidd
Steve Purcell


Toy Story That Time Forgot (2014) is a English movie. Steve Purcell has directed this movie. Tom Hanks,Tim Allen,Kristen Schaal,Kevin McKidd are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. Toy Story That Time Forgot (2014) is considered one of the best Animation,Adventure,Comedy,Family,Fantasy movie in India and around the world.

The story takes place after a Christmas holiday with the regular toys finding themselves trapped in unusual territory with a group of new and delusional action figures. Together they must find their way back to their child's bedroom and to safety.

Toy Story That Time Forgot (2014) Reviews

  • Average addition to a great franchise


    I'm a huge fan of the Toy Story trilogy as well as all the short films including last year's Toy Story of Terror so of course I was excited to see what was in store in the latest installment. Sadly 'That Time Forgot' is definitely one to forget... I was expecting to see a Christmas theme with just the toys having fun but throughout the 22 minutes I think we only see the main gang for 3-5 minutes...It is basically all about Trixie and some new toys who aren't all that interesting and neither is the storyline. As usual the voice cast are all great and the animation is beautiful but it just lacked that usual Toy Story charm. I wasn't very entertained or engrossed by the story. It was OK but certainly nothing special so overall I'm quite disappointed. 6/10.

  • Buzz and Woody Take a Back Seat to Dinosaurs


    I HAVE REVIEWED OVER 400 (C H R I S T M A S ) MOVIES AND SPECIALS. SO PLEASE BEWARE OF SOME REVIEWERS THAT ONLY HAVE ONLY ONE REVIEW. WHEN ITS A POSITIVE THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE THEY WERE INVOLVED WITH THE PRODUCTION. NOW I HAVE NO AGENDA! I REVIEW MOVIES & SPECIALS AS A WAY TO KEEP TRACK OF WHAT I HAVE SEEN! I HAVE DISCOVERED MANY GEMS IN MY QUEST TO SEE AS MANY " C H R I S T M A S " MOVIES AS I CAN. This 2014 "Christmas Special" has cute ideas and some amusing moments but it "Sacrifices" our favorite toys (Buzz and Woody) and repeats themes that we have seen before. During a post-Christmas play-date, Trixie is sad that Bonnie never depicts her as a dinosaur when they play. Bonnie later takes Trixie, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Rex, and aphorism-spouting Christmas ornament Angel Kitty to her friend Mason's house for a play date. Bonnie ends up tossing the toys into Mason's playroom to join Mason in playing with his video game console. Bonnie's toys discover the playroom is dominated by "Battlesaurs," a huge dinosaur-themed play set that Mason received for Christmas, led by warrior Reptillus Maximus and The Cleric. Trixie is delighted to interact with them as a dinosaur. She and Rex are armed as warriors, unaware that Woody and Buzz have been taken prisoner. This is not much of a "Christmas Special" however it is enjoyable!

  • Reasonable showcase for Trixie


    It's just after Christmas. Bonnie has a play date with Mason. She brings along Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Trixie the triceratops, Rex, and Angel Kitty. Mason got a new video game and he has't play with his other new toy, the Battlesaurs. Bonnie's toys meet Reptillus Maximus who is taken with Trixie. The Cleric has set up a gladiatorial world where the other toys are smashed by the Battlesaurs. Trixie explains the joys of play to Reptillus Maximus. The central message is to play more with imagination and toys, less with the video games. Trixie is the lead in this half hour special. She's alright to lead a special and the message is passable. There are a couple of fun scenes especially when Woody and Buzz are in it. Angel Kitty speaks with a child's voice which caught me off guard. She could be funnier. The show looks good, has some good moments but isn't anything particularly special. It's a reasonable showcase for Trixie.

  • The Bonn is Back!


    Toy Story continues to be the best protected franchise ever filmed, as Pixar makes sure every entry with these characters is top notch. As usual, everything looks amazing, there are fun new toys to meet, and the pacing is brisk. You never have to worry about filmmakers who don't know their audience with Toy Story--they are so careful and demand the best for their viewers. Every moment that ends up on screen furthers the story and can be appreciated by any age viewer. There is a bit of a dig at gaming culture, as the message seems to favor active play over technology and screen time. But if you don't love the way Bonnie gets Mason to turn his dinosaur battlefield into a all-toy dance off, then I don't want to know you.

  • Battlesaurs havoc


    This Toy Story short has been released for Christmas but has a less of a Christmas theme but has some message about using your imagination and playing less video games even if those games might be Disney or Pixar tie ins! Bonnie is going out to play with her friends Mason at his house and she takes some of the toys along. Mason has got a new toy set called Battlesaurs but is more interested in his video games which he invites Bonnie to join in. Meanwhile, Woody, Buzz and the gang find out that the Battlesaurs do not want to play with them but are out to destroy them. This is a fun, enjoyable short which fans of Toy Story would enjoy.


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