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Tim O Neill
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Posted: 23 June 2019 at 10:58am | IP Logged | 1 post reply


Since it is out in theaters, let's open this up to


SPOILERS


... from this point on!
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Shaun Barry
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Posted: 23 June 2019 at 1:58pm | IP Logged | 2 post reply


Perfectly fine, if unnecessary & uninspired.  I can't deny I had a smile on my face the whole time; there were a few laugh out loud moments; and the CGI animation continues to amaze with each new entry.

But really, only need to see once.  In terms of story, it's more of an epilogue to Woody's arc.  But even then, you can easily see Disney/PIXAR cranking these out every 5 or 10 years for the remainder of the century!

Fun, not bad.  But that's it.



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Brian Miller
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Other than the toys and the people, everything looked so REAL. 
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Shane Matlock
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My eight year old son and I went to see Toy Story 4 today. Two thumbs up from us. I thought it was pretty great and my son loved it but I know opinions are likely going to vary on that front as they are wont to do. I say that though as someone who thought, and still think, that Toy Story 3 was the best of the bunch, and I know a lot of folks thought that was the weakest of 1-3. For me, that would be Toy Story 2. It is kind of crazy to see how far animation has come from the first Toy Story to this one. There were big leaps between each movie, but as Brian notes above, some stuff, like the cat in the antique store looked very real, which I found a little distracting at times. My son says this one was his favorite of all the Toy Story movies, but that might be because it was the first one made in his lifetime that he got to see on a big screen. We both teared up at the end. That's the one thing I can say Pixar does better than most animation studios. Their films have emotion and heart. In my opinion from best to last on this particular Pixar franchise, I'd go Toy Story 3, Toy Story, Toy Story 4, Toy Story 2. But they are all good. I'd recommend it to anyone that liked Toy Story 3. If you didn't like that one, you might not like this sequel either.
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Nathan Greno
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Still love the 1st one the best! My favorite Pixar film 👍🏻
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