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Toy Story 4
Woody has always been confident about his place in the world and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that’s Andy or Bonnie. But when Bonnie adds a reluctant new toy called...  View more >

Starring Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Annie Potts...  View more >

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Jun 25, 2019
A wonderfully made movie with contains a mixture of humor and settlement. This film, fourth in the series never lose focus on the toys and especially on their caretaker Bonnie. As the movie opens, Bonnie did something that Andy never did. She made herself a toy name Corky. Cork's only intent is to run for the trash. but it was Woody who is there to keep him out of trouble and out of the trash. Returning in the fourth installment of the series is Little Bo Peep who was missing in the third movie, but her absence is explainable. Both Woody and Bo Peep ran into each other as Bonnie and the family are a a road trip and they rekindle their romance. The villains in this movie are a doll who wants to be love and a group of henchmen which looks like Slappy from the Goosebumps movies. It's nice to see the toys back on the big screen again.After three movies, Toy Story still going strong with Number 4. "Toy Story 4" is a reminder that there is a reason why people go to the movies in the first place. A true classic.
Jun 26, 2019
As a kid who grew up with the Toy Story movies, this movie was better than I expected (I didn’t expect much). The human character, Bonnie, who took over for Andy as the toys’ “kid,” is dynamic and more interactive in the storyline than what I remember Andy ever being.

Woody was, of course, the main focus of the movie but the storyline mostly left out Buzz and Jessie (especially Jessie), main characters from the previous movies. Despite that, it managed to be a funny, well-paced movie featuring Woody’s undying loyalty to his kids.

I did have conflicting feelings about the movie’s resolution; however, this is a kids movie, so happily ever afters are doled out like candy at a parade.

An additional note: this is another case of unsubtle-but-appreciated female empowerment. Keep an eye on Bo Peep’s character to know what I mean.

Overall, a good movie that did justice to the previous installments. I didn’t absolutely love enough to give it a “see now!” rating, but then again, I’m not really the target audience (anymore). They ended the movie in such a way that I highly doubt there will be a Toy Story 5, but I could see how they could continue if they wanted to.

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