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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 2

In this 1999 sequel, the toys are out to save their old buddy Woody from becoming a museum collectible. Toy Story 2 is a worthy sequel and an awesome movie. This is a real must-have, whether you want it in 2D or 3D. That said, the 3D does offer some added value. From the get-go, you’ll notice that this film has more effects and better imagery than its predecessor. The entire film has more depth to it, and there are a few additional pop-out effects, most notably during Woody’s “trash” nightmare. However, that opening scene is probably worth the price of this release alone. The battle with the Zurge has an awesome rumble in 2D or 3D. It offers a lot of bang for your buck, and is backed up by a killer audio from the release’s DTS-HD 5.1 track.

As far as the set goes, this is the ultimate combo package, with a 3D Blu-ray, a 2D Blu-ray, a standard-def DVD, and a Digital Copy disc. As with the first Toy Story release, the Digital Copy is an exclusive and the 3D extras are limited to trailers for Brave and Planes. Everything else is carried over from the previous 2D release, including a peek at Toy Story 3‘s “The Character,” commentary, “Studio Stories,” deleted scenes, and a touching tribute titled, “Celebrating Our Friend Joe Ranft.”

Blu-ray 3D Release Date: November 1, 2011
Runtime: 92 minutes
Number of Discs: 4

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