It happens to every kid one day. They grow up, and suddenly, what do you do with all these toys?
Besides the obvious.
Thus, the premise of Toy Story 3. Andy is off to college, and must find some place to put all his old toys. He can’t quite bear to part with them, and plans to store them in the attic for the time being. Due to a wacky mix-up, however, the bag gets taken to the curb, where the toys escape to a local daycare.
However, upon arrival, they find the daycare is not all its cracked up to be. You know, with small children chewing on everything they can find. They want to leave, but it appears someone at the daycare doesn’t want them to.
This is a nice little end to the Toy Story series. It has that bittersweet feel that “end of childhood” movies tend to have, while still coming up with a unique plot.
Also, it was totally based on the Holocaust. Totally.