Toy Story 1, 2, and 3 (1995, 1999, 2010)

"Next step" framed movie posters nos. 3, 4, and 5

One of the greatest animated trilogies (for now a trilogy) of all time, maybe the greatest.

Anyone around the age of 20 would have remembered watching the first film when it first came out and being so excited and entranced by the memorable and lovable characters, superb computer animation, vivid story-telling, hilarious jokes, and the overall heart-warming story that made the film an instant classic. You probably watched it so many times in a year that you began to believe the toys in your room were alive while you weren’t looking. Then came Toy Story 2 and it totally outdid the original by a mile, introducing new and exciting characters such as Jessie and providing more depth to already established favorites such as the main men Woody and Buzz. Finally, after a long and much anticipated wait, Toy Story 3 hit theaters and lived up to everyone’s expectations, pleasing long time fans and the motion picture industry, snagging many awards including the Academy Award for Best Animated Picture.

The films, along with the countless memorabilia encompassing the Toy Story franchise, are a unique and iconic symbol of great cinematic achievement that will live on for generations to come.

Who can’t wait for Toy Story 4 to become a reality?

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Today is the 200th anniversary of the day Francis Scott Key wrote the “Star Spangled Banner”. To celebrate this day, the Richardson farm in Spring Grove, Illinois created what is being called “the world’s largest corn maze”.

You can see the original American flag at the time of the writing of our anthem here: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/on-200th-anniversary-of-u-s-flag-banner-still-waves/

Brokeback Mountain (2005)

World War Z (2013)

"Next-step" framed movie posters nos. 1 and 2

Now that I think of it, a little bit of “blood” around the numbers and other places in the “World War Z” picture would have been cool.

9/11 Memorial Tribute
Marking 13 years since the worst attack in American history.

9/11 Memorial Tribute

Marking 13 years since the worst attack in American history.

American Graffiti (1973)
"Next-step" movie poster no. 1

American Graffiti (1973)

"Next-step" movie poster no. 1

The under-rated sequel to “2001”

The under-rated sequel to “2001”

August 28, 2014 marked the 9 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, one of the deadliest superstorms in history. New Orleans is still rebuilding today in many areas.

Michael Jackson was born on August 29, 1958. He would have been 56 today.