Toy Story Memories

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Toy Story has been setting records and breaking rules since the mid 1990s. While Toy Stour 4 has just come out in theaters, every chapter of adventures of Andy's toys has coincided with important moments in my life, so it's always held a special place in my heart.

In 1995, we first met Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the gang. Toy Story was the first full-length animated film, and was an instant classic that was loved by everyone. Even me, at peak sullen teenager, fell in love with it and saw it a dozen or more times. I was actually working at the movie theater in those days, so my friends and I would go catch bits and pieces of the movie before and after our respective shifts.

Toy Story 2 came out in 1999, its release on DVD coincided with me getting my first DVD player at home. I went to The Warehouse and bought Toy Story 2 as my very first DVD to start my collection.

Toy Story took a bit of a break for a bit, and Toy Story 3 didn't come out until 2010. Fortunately for me, the timing was perfect for it to be Max's very first theater movie experience! He doesn't remember that day, but I certainly do! Watching him, entranced, watch these characters that I had loved for so long.

And now, we get the final chapter of the Toy Story saga. Toy Story 4 is in theaters now, but you can pre-order it at Best Buy TODAY!

Best Buy is releasing a collection of limited edition Steelbook cases for all four movies, as you can see above!

Which Toy Story is your favorite? Have you seen the new one yet?

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