The Toy Story trilogy is generally considered to be some of the greatest animated movies of all time. Not only did it begin the Pixar Age back in 1995, but it is one of the few film trilogies where each movie is just as good as the last one (and arguably even better). The movies are fun, funny, and heart-warming, and are just as enjoyable for adults as they are for kids.
However, no fictional movie universe is rock-solid, and there are always either major holes in the logic of the world, or many questions that are left unaddressed. The Toy Story universe is no exception to this rule. When you stop to over-analyze the details of the universe, there are more questions than answers, and there are some pretty scary implications for the characters in that world.
Sure, these movies were meant to be an entertaining series with some deeper messages. The movies are about friendship, love, loyalty, growing up, and what it means to be a toy. They deal with the magical bond that exists between a child and his toys, where the child grows to love them and care for them and pretend they are real. And they were definitely not meant to be analyzed as they will be in this article.