Toy Story 4

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  • 5 of 5 stars
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    it was lit definitely worth a watch
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    I remember seeing the trailers to this movie. I was surprised they would make another Toy Story. So i was very sceptical about the idea of a sequel. But when i watched the movie, i understood what they went for. I was a kid when i watched the movies. And i was always a very big fan. The best part was, that i could fall in love with this franchise all over again. I consider it being the best animated movie of all time. It is a wonderful character study, with great action, funny humor, great and new characters and the most complex villain of the franchise so far. Bo peep was a great part of the movie, and i am thankful they made her a big part of the story. This was THE perfect pixar adventure.
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    How they keep making these Toy Story films and making them must watch films with so much heart is amazing to me. Fans will love the latest addition.
  • 4.5 of 5 stars
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    yeah, so i think this sequel is inessesery
  • 0.5 of 5 stars
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    This is not even in the same league as the first 3. I feel like this should have been a strait to dvd release I feel it wasn't true to the characters
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    Honestly, this movie didn't have to happen. The ending was good, but I was completely fine with the last ending. This isn't a perfect film, but it isn't an awful one. I like the animation, story, comedy, and characters. But I do have some nitpicks and some small plot points. First things first, Bonnie really, really wanted Woody in the third movie, but now she forgot him? Just like that? Maybe the movie could've shown how she got sick of him over time. And wouldn't her parents get rid of him if she's wasn't using him? They would probably think she has a lot of toys, and they would want to get rid of some of them, including Woody, and the rest of the old toys. And when Woody decided to go with Bopeep, ( sorry if I spelled her name incorrectly) wouldn't Bonnie, or her parents notice? I bet that eventually she would remember Woody, and want to play with him, then notice he's gone. Also, in the ending, when the duck and the rabbit, ( I forgot their names ) stayed with Woody and Bopeep, I realized I never saw them decide they don't want to go with a human. We never saw them change and I thought they still wanted to go with Bonnie. Another thing, sense Andy eventually grew up and forgot his toys, wouldn't Bonnie do that too? Doesn't that mean Woody's friends would be able to see Woody again when they have to leave Bonnie? Or are they just in an endless cycle of going to new children every time they'd grow up until eventually a child decides to throw them away instead if selling/giving them away? I guess so. And lastly, just an opinion of mine, I never liked Bopeep. And I didn't, and probably most people didn't need to know what happened to her. Most of us could connect the lines Andy know she was sold, thrown away, or given away. So, in conclusion, this is a good film, but it doesn't seem necessary. I would recommend it, but I personally wouldn't watch it too many times, because I like the first few films better. Specially the first and third one.
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    Is it unnecessary from a story perspective? Absolutely, but that doesn't mean it's not worth watching. Yes, ‘Toy Story 3' brought the trilogy to a satisfying conclusion that needed to say little more, but the makers behind this latest film in the franchise were smart enough not to try any funny business that may have put that in jeopardy. As such, that ending remains intact. ‘Toy Story4' can be seen as a sort of epilogue and it's truly astounding how much depth Pixar has managed to build into it. Beautifully animated and making great use of its characters, old and new, it manages to impart many wise and inspiring messages, as well as pack a real emotional punch that is sure to hit you multiple times throughout the film, in particular towards the end (oof, that ending). It really is unreal that Pixar have given this franchise 25 years and 4 films and yet they still manage to find something worth saying.
  • 0.5 of 5 stars
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    Totally pointless. New characters are annoying. Main villain turns out to be nice because children's movies can't have interesting villains anymore
  • 2.5 of 5 stars
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    Disney shouldn't have allowed this to be in production. Its a "meh" movie. Buzz was turned into an idiot, Even tho he wasn't? Since even from the 1st movie, He realizes at one point that hes a TOY. And he should know that his "inner voice" is actually just a recorded voice track. It was just used to move on the story. And the movie feels REALLY repetitive. They go inside the store, They forget something, They go back, they forget something again, It just feels like filler during the middle of the movie.
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    This is my favorite Pixar movie and favorite movie of all time. This movie brought so much nostalgia watching while watching.