Guest post from: Joe Castro
Ever since it first came out, I fell in love with Toy Story. Normally, I don't like animated films because they don't look realistic enough for my tastes. However, I had a special interest in Toy Story since it was the first movie produced by Pixar. I had always been a fan of Apple Computer, and I was deeply saddened when Steve Jobs was fired from Apple. I followed Jobs closely, and I saw that he had started a new company called Pixar. I figured that if the animated films that Pixar produced were anywhere close to as good as the computers that Apple produced, then I was in for a real treat.
The first time I saw the movie in the movie theater, I couldn't keep my mouth from gaping open. It must have remained that way for the next several days. I told everyone I knew that Toy Story was the best movie I had ever seen. When it was released on DVD, I quickly purchased it and watched it at least once a week. Soon the DVD wore out, and eventually my DVD player broke, so I had to go without Toy Story for a while.
Recently, however, I have been getting to watch it as often as I like. With satellite television through expertsatellite.com deals in Colorado, it comes on all the time, and I can even record it when I am away from my television.