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I had qualms with the ending to Toy Story 3. Doesn’t the ending fall into the infamous “deus ex machina” category? Pixar claims to keep your book, “Story,” at their side at all times. I’m curious why they went with that ending. - Question/Answer Now Playing


I had qualms with the ending to Toy Story 3. Doesn’t the ending fall into the infamous “deus ex machina” category? Pixar claims to keep your book, “Story,” at their side at all times. I’m curious why they went with that ending.

May 06, 2011

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I had qualms with the ending to Toy Story 3. Doesn’t the ending fall into the infamous “deus ex machina” category? Pixar claims to keep your book, “Story,” at their side at all times. I’m curious why they went with that ending. - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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at May 07, 2011 - 10:06 AM
The three aliens repeatedly showed a facination with any claw-like mechanism and expressed their undying gratitude for being saved by one of the other toys, I think Mr. Potatoe Head.

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