• Movie Filter - Toy Story 2 - Date: 11/17/2005
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    General Themes and Other Content:
    Intense Action/Adventure,
    Fantasy/Sci-Fi Action
  • Starring
    Tom Hanks
    Tim Allen
    Joan Cusack
    Kelsey Grammer
    Don Rickles
    Jim Varney
    Wallace Shawn
    John Ratzenberger
    Annie Potts
    Wayne Knight

  • Family Movie Night Activity: Toy Story 2

    “To Al’s Toy Barn… and beyond!”

    Just when Woody is starting to feel like Andy doesn’t want him around, he winds up being stolen by a toy collector that wants to send him away to a museum for safe keeping. Will Woody stay loyal to Andy and find his way back home or will he decide to spend of the rest of his toy existence behind glass? These Family Movie Night Activities will keep you entertained while you find out!

    Movie Snacks:

    *Buzz tries to make Woody feel better about his lost hat by reminding him that he’ll soon be at Cowboy Camp making “schmoes” with Andy. Make some schmoes or s’mores with your family for the perfect movie night treat. Oh, and if you really do make schmoes, be sure to leave us the recipe so we can try some too! You could also have a whole cowboy themed cook out for dinner so you don’t spoil your appetite by just eating s’mores.
    *Al of Al’s Toy Barn says he’s “Hatching a good deal” in the commercial for his toy store, so you could cook up some eggs for dinner to go along with movie night. Make hard boiled eggs so everyone can break open their eggs while watching the show, or serve up your favorite egg recipe instead.
    *Al spills cheese puffs all over the floor when he falls asleep while watching tv. Have some cheese puffs for your family to munch on while they watch and see if Woody and Bulls Eye can cross the floor without waking Al up!

    Must Pause Moments:

    *Andy’s mom says he only has 5 minutes before they have to leave, so he gets his toys all set up to play one last game before he goes to camp. Grab some green army men, a timer and see how many you and your family can set up in a minute. Find out who is the fastest and then see if they compare to how quick Andy is at setting everything up!
    *Woody’s arm gets ripped and he’s worried that Andy doesn’t want to play with him anymore. See how many things you can do with the opposite hand from what you normally use. Try writing your name, buttoning your shirt, tying your shoe or pouring yourself a drink… all with only one hand!
    *When Buzz, Rex, Ham and Slinky set out to rescue Woody, they have to hide under construction cones so the cars won’t hit them. Give each person a sheet of orange paper and roll it into a cone shape and play “Red Light, Green Light” Toy Story style. When it’s time to go, have everyone lift their cones over their heads and when it’s time to stop have everyone yell “DOWN!” and put their orange paper cones on their heads. See who can make it across the “street” (or living room) first!

    Other Activities:

    *Tell everyone about movie night by giving out invitations to Cowboy Camp. Tell everyone to dress up in their best cowboy duds, including hats and boots. Be sure to take pictures of your whole posse and share the pictures on our Facebook page.
    *There are quite a number of things that Woody and his friends go looking for in this movie, so why not start a search of your own! Have a Scavenger Hunt to find movie related items, but tell them to get as creative as possible! Have everyone look for: The source of Zurg’s power, Woody’s hat, the Buzz Lightyear aisle, something from Al’s office, Andy’s room, Al’s apartment, and the airport.
    *Have a yard sale with your family, unless you think that would traumatize the toys at your place. If that’s the case, then pack up the whole family and go to yard sales around town and see if you can find any rare sheriff Woody dolls or other hidden treasures.

    *LyndiLou* - Movie Mom and Forgotten Toy Advocate

    Rated G; 92 min; Directed by John Lasseter, Ash Brannon, and Lee Unkrich
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