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Toy Story 3


It is a great movie. (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0435761).

Especially love the moments with "The orphans!" at the beginning, and when Mr Potato Head stick his body parts to the wrap and then the pigeon sat near.

But there are some moments that are not smooth. The main fail is too light punishment for scoundrel Lotso after all he did to the toys.
So if the audience is not educated or doesn't have enough personal experience, they might think that if you behave bad to others, betray them using their kindness and providing some extremely inadequate excuse ditch them in danger - nothing is going to happen to you as a result!  
The fair ending of Lotso in the movie would be him to travel all the way to the fire. Because in the situation from the movie, there is no need to wait for good deeds from this sort of creatures or to wait until they do something bad to you.


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