Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Plot Hole?

Maybe I'm missing something and someone can help me out, but:

In Toy Story, it's established that the toys can move and speak in the presence of humans, they just don't. After all, Andy and the misfit toys scare Sid off by talking to him and moving in his presence. So when they flop down when Andy bursts into the room, that's a choice, not something out of their control.

But for two-thirds of the film, Buzz Lightyear doesn't think he is a toy. So why does he become immobile in Andy's presence.


Until Whenever


bill said...

ah, crap. Another piece of innocence destroyed.

Tosy And Cosh said...


Roger Owen Green said...

Rule of the pack. Buzz thinks he's real, but he thinks the other toys are real too. They're not moving, so maybe he thinks there's a reason he shouldn't either.
But then it's been a long time since I watched it, so this might not hold up.

bill said...

Unbelievable, you were not the first with this question