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Disney (and Pixar, in some cases) has opened the vault -- and converted a few titles to the 3D format. We strap on the glasses and take a closer peek.
Toy Story
Toy Story 2
Toy Story 3
Meet the Robinsons
Chicken Little
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Toy Story

At this point, we’re all familiar with the plot of this film (and the two that followed). The toys want to be close to their owner, Andy. As a result, they also lean on each other. This is the granddaddy that started it all—or at least spoiled us for every other animated film that followed. The image is as gorgeous as ever, with beautiful colors and a really nice texture to it. In particular, Andy’s shirt, his bedspread, and Rex’s scales all offer up some wonderful imagery. Scenes in Andy’s bedroom showcase some of the film’s best 3D effects, and a few characters manage to deliver pop-out moments. It should also be noted that this release has a DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 track, which delivers plenty of rumbles and atmospheric sounds throughout. It’s a real winner, and if you don’t already have it in one form or another, you’re going to want to pick up this 4-disc set.

Speaking of which, those four discs include the 3D and 2D Blu-rays, a standard-def DVD and a Digital Copy of the film. That Digital Copy is something new—sort of. Unless you downloaded it from iTunes, this is the first time it’s been available outside of the 10-disc Toy Story mega-collection. The 3D disc has 3D trailers for the upcoming Brave, as well as one for Planes, the film/toy franchise that’s coming in 2013. Other than that, it’s all about the 2D extras, of which there are many. All are ported over from the film’s previous Blu-ray, but includes commentary, Studio Stories, DVD features, and so much more that we can’t even list it all here.

Blu-ray 3D Release Date: November 1, 2011
Runtime: 81 minutes
Number of Discs: 4

Read more: 7 Must-See Disney Blu-ray 3D Releases