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Toy Story 3 Clip: We're Bustin' Outta Here!

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Published on Oct 13, 2010

After a horrible night at Sunnyside, Jessie and the others are forced to serve out their "prison time" via the Caterpillar Room. With no where to run they slowly begin to lose hope. That is until a certain family member returns to help them.




Preorder Toy Story 3 here:

Toy Story 3: 4 Disc Set.
Includes 2 Blu Rays, one DVD and one Digital Copy:

http://www.amazon.com/Story-Four-Disc...

Toy Story 3: 2 Disc Bluray
Comes with 2 Blu Ray Discs (of course):

http://www.amazon.com/Toy-Story-Blu-r...

Toy Story 3: DVD
Comes with movie and some other special features that are also present on the Blu Ray:

http://www.amazon.com/Toy-Story-3-Tom...

Toy Story Trilogy: 10 Disc Box Set
Contains all of the discs and content that you get with the present blu ray releases:

http://www.amazon.com/Story-Trilogy-1...

*NOTE* Regardless of which one you preorder, you will get all of the features/extras (far as I am aware). However, the DVD will only have a few of the features/extras.For example, one of the big things that you won't get on the DVD is the audio/visual commentary aka Cine-explorer. I'm pretty sure that the DVD owners out there will get the commentary (I don't see why not), but one of many special features on the Blu Rays is the Cine-explorer.

For those who are confused, Cine-explorer is like a regular commentary, but as the movie plays concept art, story boards and much more content pop up on the screen as the movie plays. Think of it as one of those old MTV/VH1 music videos with the little fun facts that pop up.

So if you are going to preorder Toy Story 3 (or any movie for that matter), make sure that you explore your options. If you don't want the Blu Ray with the Digital Copy then don't get it. If you don't want the Blu Ray then get the DVD. Just make sure that you get the version that is best for you. No need to make a big issue out of it. :)



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