Well, it came out at Thanksgiving (Pixar's first use of the summer release slot was for Finding Nemo; Disney's summer release that year was Tarzan), so not quite to the day, but yes. It was 1999. Crazy, right? I can still remember the day I saw that in theaters, because I had to choose between a family tradition on Thanksgiving and going to Toy Story 2. I chose the movie, obviously.Holy crap, has it really been 20 years since Toy Story 2?
Obviously I can't speak to it directly yet, but I feel like the reviews would not be this strong if the film wasn't needed. Most people, myself included, felt a very strong sense of closure with Toy Story 3, but it seems like Pixar has come up with another story worth telling. If indeed it is worthwhile, I'll be glad they did it.I will probably see this, but the "need" for it by me is long gone.