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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 3

All three Toy Story films are a wonderful experience. That said, if you don’t find yourself shedding even a quick tear during this latest installment, you’re the one that’s probably made out of plastic. The third and most recent Toy Story film was the only one to actually receive a theatrical 3D release. Thanks to the timing and the technology, it’s got the best looking image and the best 3D effects. It’s also the only one in the trilogy to get a DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 track. Once again, the opening scene is the real triumph. However, if you saw the movie in a 3D theater, you’ll know that this installment is filled with gorgeous colors and other visual goodies, as well as the most terrifying moment ever to be displayed in a child’s cartoon.

The 3D disc has the same trailers seen on the other two releases. However, Disney-Pixar ups the ante here with one whole extra Blu-ray disc. It’s got the same 3D and 2D Blu-rays, the standard-def DVD and Digital Copy seen previously. However, this one throws in an entire extra Blu-ray filled with bonus features. There are commentaries, tons of featurettes and other shorts, and the “Day & Night” theatrical short. It’s a must-have set for any 3D fan, as well as any Toy Story fan.

Blu-ray 3D Release Date: November 1, 2011
Runtime: 103 minutes
Number of Discs: 5

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