Sunday, April 17, 2011

Dear Mistah Disney...

Boy did I like Toy Story III, but I'm worried that with Andy off in college, we'll never know what other adventures Woody and the guys get in to.

Sure, the little girl probably has an imagination but at some point you've got to confess to yourself that she's still just a little girl and the best that's going to happen is Toy Story IV: The Pretend Tea Party.

Woo hah.

So here are some ideas for sequels. Feel free to pick and choose, but remember I get a percentage of the gross, not the net.

Toy Story V: When two of three identical GI Joes get taken down by Cobra Commander, Woody gets picked to drop behind enemy lines to find the last Joe and bring him to safety. The last scene has Joe, now worn down, loose jointed and life-like hair pulled out, standing over Woody's grave asking if he was worth saving.

Toy Story VI: Rex has dinner with an old friend from the theater. The two discuss art, his friend's world travel, the interesting and unusual people he's met but Rex openly wonders if his friend has lost touch with the simpler things. Rex notes that its comforting waking up in the toy box, a cold cup of coffee on the table right there where he left it the night before. Rex treats himself to a cab ride home.

Toy Story VII: Andy's mom sends Woody to Andy's new home by Federal Express. When the plane crashes, Woody is the only survivor and lives on a desert island for two years. Woody eventually gives up the idea of making a raft and floats home because he's made of plastic. But Andy has long given up on him so Woody has to begin life anew.

Toy Story VIII: When Lotso, Mr. Potato Head, Rex and Woody go rafting before a new dam destroys the river forever, bad things happen with the locals.

I'll be waiting for your call.

Bunny on.


Blogger Marlee said...

Ahaha love your suggetions! And GREAT writing style! I myself enjoy a bit of well placed sarcasm ;). Great post!!

10:48 AM  
Blogger amandao12 said...

The Story trilogy is one of my favorites! It is such a good story and all kids hope that their toys can actually be real. i was 20 when toy story 3 came out and I still saw it in theaters and it is still a favorite. however i think it will end at a trilogy. cant continue it forever unfortunately.

1:05 PM  

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