<p>Pixar needs to stop. They're making the rest of humanity look like the lazy, uncreative filth that we actually are. Even <em>Cars</em> was redeemable, and it's high time they gave us one flat out bomb to show us that they're human. Today they hurl out their next masterpiece <em>Toy Story 3</em>, and they might have finally broken the curse that <em>Godfather 3</em> started a couple decades ago, a legitimately good third movie. Judging from <a href="http://www.metacritic.com/film/titles/toystory3">the 90 score on Metacritic</a> these manchildren have done it again and put all of us to shame. </p><p></p>One of the worst reviews comes from Roger Ebert at <a href="http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20100616/REVIEWS/100619990">The Chicago Sun Times</a>, who gave the film a lousy three stars, and declared: "What with one thing and another, the other toys find themselves at the day-care center, which they think they'll like, because there will be plenty of kids to play with them all day long. There seems to be relatively little grieving about the loss of Andy's affections; he did, after all, sentence them to a toy box for years, and toys by nature are self-centered and want to be played with.<p></p>"This is a jolly, slapstick comedy, lacking the almost eerie humanity that infused the earlier <em>Toy Story</em> sagas, and happier with action and jokes than with characters and emotions. But hey, what can you expect from a movie named <em>Toy Story 3</em>, especially with the humans mostly offstage? I expect its target audience will love it, and at the box office, it may take right up where "How to Train Your Dragon" left off. Just don't get me started about the 3-D."