Well why can't the video games come to life the warm wonderful Disney way they have in the past like Winnie the Pooh or the hats or the little house. It doesn't feel like that Disney magic. It feels like...boom boom we want to be bad guys boom boom violence boom annoyingness explode explode rrrrr!!!! That's not the Disney they've been ('cept Lilo and Stitch and you know how I feel about that).
Prolonged and tortured?
I'm sorry but there is absolutely nothing whatsoever that suggests that Woody, Buzz and the rest of the toys are going to lead anything remotely resembling a "tortured life", that is you coming to some kind of weird conclusion that is not based on anything that actually happens at the end of the film. All through the series, the toys' say that unless they are being loved and played with by a child then there is no point to their lives and at the end of Toy Story 3, they are given to a new owner who offers them those things so what on earth is tortured about that? It is not implied at all and up to now, you are the only person I've spoken with who's ever come to such a conclusion, one that vastly differs with what actually happens on-screen, which is what the film should be judged on.
I only mean their memories of their past owners who they can't see anymore or after they die will add to becoming torturous after going through many such occurences and many loved owners leaving.
I think that this would never never be the kind of film he'd want to watch.
Well not a lot but I'm still interested and will see it.
I have to add to this that in reality, toys very rarely outlive people. they often get put away in some attic *together with their loved ones* or they get trashed compacted tragically. And usually, they dont last more than a few decades.
Isn't storing them in the attic meaning they will outlive their owners? And it would be torturous, like I said, losing their owner, not getting played with. But them "not lasting" would relieve them of that.