Ötoy storyMovies are filled with memorable characters, but few are as entertaining as Buzz Lightyear. The "Space Ranger" is introduced in Pixar's first groundbreaking film as a delusional but heroic toy who doesn't realize he's a toy. Throughout the franchise, he has grown to be one of the most loyal toys in the world.
Although the series ends withtoy story 4, there are many great moments to remember and many Buzz Lightyear memories to relive. From his heroism to his utter ridiculousness, these are Buzz Lightyear's best quotes.toy storyFilm.
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Updated June 20, 2022 by Colin McCormick:Few animated characters are as beloved and iconic as Buzz Lightyear. His popularity extended beyond the Toy Story franchise and led to his new solo film for Pixar.light year. Chris Evans voices the new version of Buzz Lightyear, who inspired the toys and merchandise from the Toy Story universe. As fans watch this new Space Ranger adventure, they can check out some of his best quotes from the Toy Story movies.
"I'm Buzz Lightyear, I come in peace."
When Buzz Lightyear first arrives in Andy's room, he's in Space Ranger mode. He assumes he is on a distant planet as he greets the other toys as if they were the strange creatures that inhabit this new world.
It's funny how others stare in wonder and admiration at Buzz, as if he were actually a visitor from space, given his impressive new status as Andy's big new toy. This helps cement him as Andy's bedroom celebrity and feeds his illusion of being a Space Ranger.
live a lie
"Years of wasted training in the gym."
After seeing Buzz as the stoic and cool space hero for most of the first onetoy storymovie, it's quite funny to see how he suddenly collapses upon learning he's just a toy. However, he still has a hard time separating reality from what was in his head.
As he breaks down and begins to regret his situation, he talks about all the wasted time he wasted training to be a space ranger just to be a toy. It doesn't occur to him that he probably never trained as a space ranger.
life as a toy
"Andy's house. Sid's house. What's the difference?"
Though Buzz has a hard time accepting the truth at first, the revelation that he is a toy is the start of a new journey for him, and a much more fulfilling one. Of course, he doesn't see it that way at first and doesn't understand the importance of being a toy.
When Woody tries to get Buzz's spirit back to escape from Sid's room, Buzz admits that he doesn't see a difference which child it belongs to. It's a moment of defeat for the hero as he sees a futility in his new existence, but it's also the moment he realizes he means something to Andy.
Buzz meets buzz
"Am I that fat?"
toy story 2He finds that Buzz fully accepts his role as a toy, but even he is surprised to find an aisle full of Buzz Lightyear action figures at Al's Toy Barn. And in an amusing moment of self-reflection, he looks at one of the identical toys and is dismayed to realize that it really does look like it.
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After seeing him consumed by his Space Ranger identity, it was a lot of fun to see Buzz as a more down-to-earth character who would have a relatable moment like this.
back to normal
"Yes, I'm back... where was I?"
Buzz is an essential partfrom the Toy Story gear, who acts as a leader for the others, especially when Woody isn't around. Then it becomes an interesting dynamic when the system is rebooted by BuzzToy Story 3and the toys can no longer rely on their friend.
After reverting to his Space Ranger mode, he is accidentally turned into Spanish by the toys. Buzz finally gets his old self back and Jessie hugs him and welcomes him back. Buzz accepts the admiration but admits he has no idea where he supposedly went.
"You see the hat! I'm Mrs Nezbit!'
After discovering that it is actually a toy while trapped in Sid's house, Buzz is spotted by Sid's sister, who adds it to her share of the tea. He dresses him up in a cute summer hat and calls him Mrs. Nezbit, which certainly doesn't help Buzz with his identity crisis.
Woody eventually finds Buzz and tries to get him out of there, but he loses control. He finally responds, pointing to his new hat and telling Woody that he is actually Mrs. Nezbit now. Having seen Buzz as a controlled hero throughout the film, it's hilarious and surprising to see him break down like this.
"You're making fun of me, right?"
Although it doesn't take Woody long to become jealous and upset with his new competition, Buzz shows no animosity towards the cowboy. However, Woody can't help but poke Buzz and try to make him look silly in front of the other toys.
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When Woody gets angry at Buzz's continued claims of being a Space Ranger, he fumes sarcastically about how impressed he is. Buzz calmly lets him continue before commenting dryly, "You're making fun of me, aren't you?"
"My eyeballs could have been sucked out of their sockets!"
While it was fun to see Buzz as a character coming to terms with the fact that he's a toy, his pretense that he's a space ranger made for some funny moments. Woody's reaction to those moments was particularly funny.
After the two toys fight, Woody opens Buzz's helmet. Buzz immediately doubles up, gasping and clutching his throat while Woody casually looks on. Buzz eventually realizes that the air is breathable, but that doesn't stop him from lecturing Woody on the dangers of opening an astronaut's helmet.
Question Sid's experience
"I don't think this man has ever studied medicine."
Heua series of memorable Pixar villainsBut scariest of all is Sid. This boy next to Andy has a sick satisfaction in mutilating and destroying toys.
Of course, Woody and Buzz eventually find themselves at Sid's house watching the mischievous young man at work. Woody and Buzz, posing as a doctor, watch as he tears him to pieces in a disturbing scene. While Woody is disgusted, Buzz simply comments, "I can't believe that man went to medical school."
take to heaven
"That's not flying, that's falling in style."
After escaping Sid's house, Buzz and Woody go on a daring chase to catch up with Andy's family and their moving truck. This includes igniting a rocket that launches them into the air.
Before the rocket explodes, Buzz activates his wings and allows ithim and Woody to glide through the air in an iconic scene. Woody exclaims that Buzz flies, but Buzz just says "That happens in style", the same phrase Woody previously used to dismiss Buzz's abilities.
"And there doesn't seem to be any sign of intelligent life anywhere."
Buzz is introduced in the first film as the big present Andy gets at his birthday party. While Andy is visibly excited, it quickly becomes clear that something is wrong with this astronaut toy.
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As Buzz surveys his new surroundings, he thinks he's delivering a message to Star Command. From Andy's bed, he surveys this strange planet he is on before commenting that there is no such thing as intelligent life while Woody introduces himself.
take things literally
"That's what your inner voice tells you."
Woody and Buzz make a great team, but they can even help each other when they're apart. Intoy story 4, Woody talks about his inner voice that guides him. Buzz understands that his larynx is his inner voice.
This makes for a hilarious running gag throughout the film as Buzz uses his programmed catchphrases to guide him through his adventure. Surprisingly, the voices mostly give good advice.
Out to save the day
"We have a friend in need and we will not rest until he is safely in Andy's room."
Vontoy story 2Buzz has accepted that he is a toy and a happy and intelligent member of Andy's room. However, he still has some of those Space Ranger tendencies and seems to be finding himselfoften in the role of hero.
After Woody is stolen by a toy collector, Buzz embarks on a mission to rescue him. He gathers the other toys to help him on the perilous mission, and it becomes clear that despite their initial differences, Woody and Buzz are now close companions.
"But we're not on my planet, are we?"
Ifgreat friends as they becomeThings got off to a rocky start between Woody and Buzz in the first film. Woody saw Buzz as a toy that would replace him as Andy's favorite and his jealousy quickly turned to resentment.
After accidentally throwing Buzz out of a window, Buzz tracks down Woody and confronts him. He calmly tells her that they don't believe in revenge on their planet. But then he reminds Woody they're not on his planet and lashes out.
Turning the tables on Woody
"Woody, you are not a collector's item, you are a child's toy. You are. A. Toy."
One of the best aspects ofthe friendship between Woody and Buzzthey can, in turn, be the ones motivating the other to do what needs to be done and telling them what they need to hear.
emtoy story 2, Woody discovers he is a popular collector's item and decides to start a new life in a toy museum where he can be treasured forever. It's Buzz who has to talk sense into Woody this time, using Woody's own words, which he said to Buzz in the first film: "You. Are. A Toy."
Let go of Woody
"Bonnie will be fine."
toy story 4Woody once again found himself with a dilemma of what to do next and once again his friend Buzz was there to help him. While struggling not to feel like his new son Bonnie needs him, Woody reconnects with Bo Peep.
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As they prepare to leave with Bonnie, Woody struggles to say goodbye to Bo one more time. Buzz tells his girlfriend, "She'll be fine," and then clarifies, "Bonnie will be fine." With that, Buzz says goodbye to his friend and allows him to begin his new life with Bo.
"He's not lost. No longer."
After all the good friends that Woody and Buzz have been through together, it's a bittersweet moment when they finally go their separate ways. However, it's clear that while Buzz is sad that his friend is gone, he's happy that Woody has found a new purpose.
As the other toys watch as Woody is left behind, one of them asks if Woody is a lost toy. With pride in his voice, Buzz replies, "He's not lost. Not anymore.” It's a sign of their deep friendship that Buzz only wants Woody to be happy.
Prove your point
In addition to threatening to take Woody's place as Andy's favorite toy, Woody is particularly irritated by Buzz's repeated insistence that he is a Space Ranger. He is particularly angry when Buzz announces that he can fly.
The two toys fight back and forth, with Woody saying he can't fly and Buzz saying he can. Eventually, Buzz decides to demonstrate it, and surprisingly (and with a bit of luck), he flies into one of the best scenes in the franchise. He falls back on the bed, looks at Woody and announces "Yes!"
a brutal process
"You are a sad and strange little man and you have my pity."
Although Woody is angry at Buzz at first, Buzz just seems confused by Woody. His optimistic and heroic nature allows him to simply ignore any insults or frustrations that Woody throws at him.
When Woody and Buzz are lost together, Woody takes out his anger on the astronaut. After the epic tirade, Buzz simply looks at Woody and says, "You're an oddly sad little man and you have my pity." Never has a burn been so polite.
"To infinity and beyond!"
It's hard to even think of Buzz Lightyear without thinking of his most famous line. "To infinity and beyond," says Buzz when attempting one of his epic astronaut feats, and it sums up the character perfectly.
The phrase itself is a bit absurd and over the top, but it's also hopeful and bold. It also becomes a mantra for Woody and Buzz's friendship, which goes through a lot and endures despite the breakup.
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