And then comes Andy’s birthday, and he receives the latest, coolest toy : Buzz Lightyear (voiced by Tim Allen), a space ranger with plenty of nifty gadgets. Suddenly, Woody is not Andy’s favorite and starts to grow jealous of Buzz. And isn’t it annoying how the guy actually thinks he’s a real space ranger? The movie takes off from there, and has the toys trying to settle their differences while trying not to get blown up by the cruel neighbor kid or eaten by his dog, and not to get lost before Andy and the family move out! This is a nice little story which is the framework for tons of amusing little touches. Kids will love the broad comedy, with Mr. Potato Head who keeps losing his facial parts, or Buzz and Woody’s constant arguing and fighting. But even grown-ups will enjoy it, for the subtler in-jokes, the wonderful score and songs of Randy Newman and the look of it. Those whiz geeks at Pixar sure surprised everyone with Toy Story, the first movie completely animated by computers. And man, it looks good! I mean, those Disney flicks look amazing, but it’s nothing next to the three-dimensional look of this movie and the diversity of the actions, the environments and the characters. “Toy Story” is fast, funny and inventive: you’re gonna love it!