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Film Review - Toy Story 4


The worst thing Pixar could’ve done with “Toy Story 4” is to try and top what they accomplished with 2010’s “Toy Story 3,” which found a way to elegantly and emotionally close the chapter on Woody and Buzz’s years as Andy’s playthings. The picture dealt with aging and friendship, even going as a far as to include a moment where the plastic pals feared for their own deaths, giving fans an exhausting ride of slapstick and mortality. “Toy Story 4” doesn’t carry the same weight, which is a wonderful revelation, with director Josh Cooley returning to the spirit of the 1995 original to inspire a new round of comedy and adventure, delivering a movie that’s immense fun, with vivid animation and distinct characters contributing to a third sequel that probably didn’t need to be, but most viewers will be thrilled to spend time with. Read the rest at


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