|Andy (voice of John Morris) has grown up. He has graduated from high school and is headed to college, a destination not typically associated with a toy collection. So Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz (Tim Allen) and the rest of the toys are understandably anxious about their future. As we learned in previous installments, after all, a toy isn't really fulfilled unless it's played with. As first among equals, Woody is in a somewhat better position than the rest. For them, the choices seem limited to the attic or the trash. It quickly becomes clear that the attic, with its possibilities of rediscovery (maybe even by Andy's future children) is the best option.
||安迪（约翰•莫里斯 配音）已经长大。他从高中毕业，就要上大学了。大学显然是一个与玩具收藏没有联系的地方，牛仔胡迪（汤姆•汉克斯 配音）、巴斯光年（蒂姆•艾伦 配音）还有其他一些玩具自然对他们的未来忧心忡忡。正如我们在前两部电影中了解到的，一个玩具如果没有人玩，并不能称为真正意义上的完整。作为玩具领袖，胡迪的处境比同伴相对有利；对那些普通玩具来说，要么被束之高阁，要么被扔作垃圾，这似乎是他们仅有的选择。一切很快变得明朗，考虑到有一天可能被（或许是安迪未来的孩子）重新发现，阁楼才是他们最好的去向。
|As it turns out, there's another possibility. An honest mix-up leads to another world entirely: day care. They arrive at the Sunnyside Daycare Center to a warm greeting from the toys already there. Toys here are played with, every day. It seems too good to be true.
|And, of course, it is. The constant playing quickly turns into a careful-what-you-ask-for situation. More troubling, something darker lies beneath the warm-and-fuzzy (and strawberry-scented) exterior of Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear (Ned Beatty), the leader of the day-care toys. Woody, Buzz and friends will have to rely on each other if they hope to escape what isn't the idyllic situation it seems at first to be.
|And if "escape" implies getting away from danger, meaning an exploration of darker themes, that's appropriate. The danger the toys find themselves in is real, particularly late in the story. How they face it is one of the most satisfying and moving moments in the entire series.
（China.org.cn 汪玮 译）