It’s a rare feat for the final installment of a franchise to surpass or even match the quality of its predecessors, but “Toy Story 3” did just that when it hit theaters in 2010. With $1.1 billion, the threequel, which until recently was the highest-grossing animated film of all time (Disney’s “Frozen” now wears that crown), earned more worldwide than both of its predecessors combined. It’s even widely regarded as the best pic of the three. Having already set the new standard for animation, Pixar raised the bar on storytelling with “Toy Story 3.” Lee Unkrich’s pic followed Woody, Buzz and the rest of the gang’s fight for survival following Andy’s departure for college. The unexpected tear-jerker was as much of a hit with children as their sobbing parents.