Toy Story 4

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94% Audience Score94%
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    Great special effects, original plot and a nice toy story twist
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    Toy Story 4 is a fantastic sequel.
  • 4.5 of 5 stars
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    At first I thought Toy Story 4 was unnecessary, but the trailers changed my mind and I was happy to see Bo Peep again after her absence in Toy Story 3, it was heartwarming and emotional.
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    Just as terrible as the first three not funny just bad
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    Not entirely necessary, but 'Toy Story 4' still produces goods worthy of being attached to the initial trilogy. Tom Hanks, I'm sounding like a broken record but..., is still tremendous as Woody, I love hearing his voice in this role. Tim Allen is solid as Buzz Lightyear, but I kinda feel they don't use him - or the other originals - enough considering who they are. It is, though, cool to see an old face return in Bo Peep (Annie Potts). There are some more new characters and yet again, like in the past films, they strike the right chords. Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are, entirely unsurprisingly, funny in the roles of Ducky & Bunny. Christina Hendricks is a good Gabby, while Keanu Reeves amuses as Duke Caboom. The film focuses on giving the viewer(s) extremely heartfelt moments and for the vast majority it hits as intended, though they do try to tug on the heart too much in parts. The animation is stunning, especially in the early scene with RC. Is it a thing everyone wanted? Most probably not. Yet is there fun to be had? Most definitely. For a third sequel, you gotta give respect to Pixar & Co.
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    Great way to end the Toy Story franchise
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    More good old fashion toy life hijinks, and a return to the original styling as well. Toy Story 3 still leaves a bad taste in my mouth, with it being a toy vs toy organized crime movie, but this gets back to the focusing on Toy vs environment and toys being driven to fulfill their purposes. While we don't completely leave the toy vs toy arena, the motivation feels more pure. I'm hoping if they do a Toy Story 5, that they return to the bedroom: doing a roadtrip and the serendipity of running into toys that have been given away was a bit much for me. There honestly isn't a lot to say because they did so many good things here: well written, paced, and we know Disney is putting enough into the budget. Sure there are bad aspects: suspension of disbelief, odd motivations, the anxiety of a running clock on the scenes, but they are far outweighed by the good things. Overall very enjoyable, give it a watch, I know I will again.
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    This is the best movie i’ve ever seen because, the movie is so colorful, especially with the carnival setting. It has great animation which is an improvement from the last 3 films, also this movie is funny, emotional, fitting and awesome. Great vocal performances from Tom Hanks, Annie Potts, Tim Allen & Keanu Reeves. And it is the best sendoff for the toy Story saga.
  • 4.5 of 5 stars
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    This sequel was unnecessary, but I still really like this film. Just like "Toy Story 3", the ending to this film was very emotional and heartwarming.
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    The film really isnt toy story its basically a story about woody and bo peep, the other toy might as well of gone in the furnace out of the 3rd film