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Matt Hawes
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Posted: 19 March 2019 at 9:28am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

The previous thread on this topic was from a couple of years back and is now locked, so...

New trailer for the upcoming film:





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Michael Roberts
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The trailer leaves the impression that Bo Peep will be the villain of the story, which I hope not to be the case. 

Also, ventriloquist dummies. *shudder*
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After my huge disappointment with TS3, this holds no appeal at all.
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Posted: 19 March 2019 at 10:58am | IP Logged | 4 post reply

After my huge disappointment with TS3, this holds no appeal at all.

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Ditto. I really see no reason at all to continue making Toy Story films. Well, apart than money obviously but Pixar used to be a company I expected more from.
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I love the previous three movies, but my sense is that they should have just gone into short subjects and TV shows with these characters.  They put them in a great position to continue at a day care center for shorter subjects and continuing stories.  They could have developed the entire cast with a well done TV show.


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Posted: 20 March 2019 at 9:53am | IP Logged | 6 post reply

Remember when Pixar wasn't churning out sequels?  Yeah.  Me too.  Although I enjoyed TOY STORY 2, the third installment did nothing for me so I have no interest in a fourth.  
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The Pixar that didn't churn out sequels was the one that was its own company, as opposed to its current status as a subsidiary of Disney.

Similar situation to Lucasfilm.

If you look at Pixar and Lucasfilm from when they were separate companies and compare that to the release schedules after being acquired by Disney, it's like night and day.

So long as there's a paying audience, Disney will keep mining the IP.
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My three kids (14, 12 and 9) all love the TOY STORY series, they love most Disney/PIXAR films, and they're all at the prime age where they should want to see this...

...but all are in agreement that Part 3 was the perfect way to end the series, and a Part 4 just elicits a great, big "But why???" from all of them.

The trailer did nothing for me.  As my eldest said, "Why don't they just keep making those short films?  Those were great!"  (They all loved "Toy Story of Terror," for example.)



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After my huge disappointment with TS3, this holds no appeal at all.

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I never saw it, no interest in seeing it.  I felt 2 movies were enough and I was happy with them.  Doing a third and now fourth is stretching things way too thin....
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