The Toy Story franchise is one of the most beloved in Disney Pixar history, and two teen brothers took their love of the movie to new heights. When they were just 15 and 12 years old, brothers Morgan and Mason McGrew took on the task of re-creating the entire Toy Story 3 movie shot-for-shot using stop-motion animation. It took them 8 full years to complete, but they stuck with it and the result is incredible.
Yes, the entire movie, shot-for-shot
My teen has grown up with Buzz, Woody, and the Toy Story franchise. In fact, a stuffed Bullseye, the one toy she purchased at Disney World when she was 8, still resides in her bedroom. I had been waiting to see if she would bring it up, unsure about whether she was still excited about her old friends. She said that she was excited, as were all her classmates in second period physics class after their teacher showed them a trailer for the film. So, off we went to see Toy Story 4. With themes of transition, change, and charting your own course, Toy Story 4 has some elements that are really good for teens.
Watch now. Omri, a young boy growing up in Brooklyn, receives an odd variety of presents for his birthday: a wooden cabinet from his older brother, a set of antique keys from his mother and a tiny plastic model of an Indian from his best friend Patrick. A rather neurotic ant tries to break from his totalitarian society while trying to win the affection of the princess he loves.