Lightyear is a 2022 American computer-animated science-fiction adventure movie produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. The movie is a series of toy series The Story of Toy (which serves as the original story of the character Buzz Lightyear from the major films), written and directed by Angus MacLane and produced by Galyn Susman, and stars Chris Evans. as the voice of the title character, with Peter Sohn, Keke Palmer, Taika Waititi, James Brolin, Uzo Aduba, Dale Soules, Efren Ramirez, Mary McDonald-Lewis, and Isiah Whitlock Jr. in supporting roles.
Having love is not a bad thing, but it has many aspects in our lives other than the one we are most passionate about. Everyone has that one big goal, that one goal, one that they want to achieve no matter what. But if we begin to examine life successfully or fail at that goal, then the essence of our existence loses its luster.
The framing device explains that the movie was Andy Davis’ favorite on which the Buzz Lightyear toy he received in 1995 was based. Buzz Lightyear, Space Ranger in Star Command, and his manager and best friend. , Alisha Hawthorne, explored the inhabited planet, T’Kani Prime, with their new employer, Featheringhamstan. They were forced to retreat into their spacecraft after discovering that the planet contained hostile organisms. Buzz damages the ship during a retreat, forcing crews to get out to repair and continue their voyage.
A year later, workers built a new colony and the infrastructure needed to repair it. Buzz volunteers will test hyperspace fuel, an important part of the repair. However, after a four-minute test, he finds that four years have passed since T’Kani Prime, due to the effects of the extension due to the corresponding speed.
Buzz is introduced to the Sox, the robot cat, and continues to test hyperspace fuel. For all tests, it takes four years for T’Kani Prime, until more than 62 years have passed. Meanwhile, the colony grows while Alisha is raising a family with his wife Kiko, who died of old age.
During these 62 years, the Sox improves fuel efficiency so that it can be used to accelerate faster than light. Buzz uses this new fuel structure to successfully test hyperspace against the orders of its new commander, Commander Burnside. An investigation by Buzz reveals that it has been 22 years since T’Kani Prime was attacked by a robotic army led by mysterious Emperor Zurg.
Upon arrival, Buzz meets members of the colonial defense force, including Izzy Hawthorne, Alisha’s now elderly granddaughter; Mo Morrison, a young, inexperienced man; and Darby Steel, an elderly prisoner released on parole. Although at first, he was reluctant to work with them, Buzz eventually kept warm. Together, they planned to attack the Zurg ship and destroy the invading forces.
After the encounter, Zurg captures Buzz, and introduces him to his ship where he reveals he is an old Buzz on another timeline where he escaped from Burnside troops after a successful hyperspace test. Aided by the effects of the extension, he headed for the distant future, encountering a technologically advanced and abandoned ship.
He had taken Emperor Zurg’s identity by wearing his mecha signature suit and went to the present to get extra hyperspace fuel at Buzz to go further back while preventing the test ship from staying at T’Kani Prime in the first place. place.
However, Buzz refuses because of the possible temporary confusion that could result from such an action, which could erase the current timeline and everyone in it. Annoyed, Zurg attacks Buzz. At that moment, Izzy, Mo, Darby, and the Sox boarded a Zurg ship to help Buzz. After a riot on the ship, Buzz and his crew destroyed the ship and fled.
However, Zurg, having survived the destruction of his ship, arrives and attacks Buzz, taking on hyperspace fuel. As Zurg prepares to destroy Buzz, he shoots fuel, causing it to explode and appear to kill Zorg. With the fuel running out, Buzz wishes to stay in T’Kani Prime. Upon arrival, Buzz is arrested by Commander Burnside, who also stops, allowing Buzz to revive the Space Ranger Corps.
Buzz selects Izzy, Mo, Darby, and Sox to form the core of the organization, much to Burnside’s surprise. Buzz and his team were then sent on a new mission to unknown locations. In the credit delivery forum, it emerged that Zorg survived the blast.
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Buzz, along with Izzy, Mo, and Darby, returns to his world. He is honored by Commander Burnside, who asks him to join the Universe Protection Unit. It gives him a chance to choose his team from the skilled soldiers in the existing defense wing, but Buzz politely refuses. He decides that Izzy, Mo, and Darby will be part of his team.
The three were extremely happy, as their dream of becoming a space shuttle was about to come true. He could not finish his work, but he realized that his passion and ambition had blinded him and he had never lived or loved even one minute. The time came for him to accept his life and the failings that accompanied it.
There are many post-credit scenes in Lightyear, and in particular, one of them has highlighted the possibility of a recurrence in the world. Commander Burnside was proud to have built a laser shield that did not allow creatures to break the cycle of their base. The D.E.R.I.C, on the other hand, was still trying to find a way but could not find anyone near him to listen to whatever he was carrying.
And then, finally, we see Zurg roaming the skies, Captain Buzz and his team believed he was dead. But suddenly, he opens his eyes, and we see that, almost, the commander will return to the earth to go back and stop the Star Command ship from crashing.
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