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Plot: Woody has always been confident about his place in the world and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that’s Andy or Bonnie. But when Bonnie adds a reluctant new toy called “Forky” to her room, a road trip adventure alongside old and new friends will show Woody how big the world can be for a toy.
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Rather than offering an even more potent ending, ‘Toy Story 4’ ends up being an unnecessary epilogue, offering little to enrich the overall narrative of the series and never cashing in on the actual possibilities it offers. This could have worked if it had explored a new story in the ‘Toy Story’ universe, and Forky certainly makes it clear that such a move could have worked beautifully. Instead, we have a film that feels tired and forced, lacking in clarity or inspiration, serving neither its classic characters or its new ones, and ultimately never justifying its existence. It’s certainly an enjoyable film, but it’s hardly a necessary one.
– Daniel Lammin
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Dang, is it dusty in here? After what was a near perfect conclusion with Toy Story 3, wasn’t sure if this was really needed. I’m glad they did go through with it and although it’s not exactly unpredictable, still was highly entertaining with some genuine emotions and a great finale for Woody. Really says a lot that as good as this was, it’s still the fourth best movie of the series. **4.0/5**
Don’t really want a TS5 but wouldn’t mind some short Toy Story Toons with the group…
To Infinity and Beyond.
Toy Story. The animated franchise that has defined me as a filmgoer, filmmaker and writer. I’m turning 24 next month, and Toy Story has damn-near been in my life for all of those years.
The first film was released on Thanksgiving of 1995. I was 4 months old, sleeping in cribs, without any indication of what movies where, or for that matter, any kind of entertainment. But little did I know it would be the first film I would ever watch. The VHS was released the year after, and as I was learning to walk, talk and play, Toy Story played in the background. Something inside me clicked while I watched it. I was enchanted by it’s world of make-believe. A world of talking toys. What more could a little kid want? My mother swears that I knew every line of dialogue from the film by the time I was 2 years old. Woody and Buzz where my bread and butter. I had both of them as toys of my own. To me, I was no different than Andy, because Andy was every kid in the world. What Toy Story so astoundingly captured was the bond between a child and his toy. It’s unmistakeable and iconic. Needless to say, Toy Story was the family film we never knew we needed, as as a feat of technological genius, one of the finest films ever made.
Toy Story 2 was released 4 years later. By that time, I was old enough to see it in a theater. I’m happy to tell you that I still haven’t forgotten the memory of seeing it nearly 20 years ago. My parents took me, and I took my Woody doll with me. We went on a cold and snowy November afternoon. I placed Woody next to me in my seat as the theater lights dimmed to darkness. We loved it. Not to mention, not a single dry eye in that audience during Jessie’s ballad, “When She Loved Me”. But from that experience, I vividly remember leaving Woody behind in the theater, and we had to drive all the way back to retrieve it. Life imitates art.
The gap between Toy Story 2 and 3 was 11 years. That’s an eternity to a child. That’s your entire elementary and middle school years in the books. I had enough Pixar movies in between to hold me over. By the time Toy Story 3 was released in the summer of 2010, I was already finished with my freshman year of high school. This time, I didn’t see it in theaters, and I still don’t know the reason. Was I going through a phase? Was I becoming cynical? Did i think I outgrew the material? Lord knows. I watched it when it premiered on cable later that year. That same spirit still stuck with me. The trilogy was complete, the toys left Andy and there was nothing else left to say.. or so we thought.
Toy Story 4 is here. I wouldn’t blame you if you feel weary about that. If ever there was a film franchise that shouldn’t be milked to death and exploited until every last capital of it has been exhausted, you are looking at it. To even justify a fourth installment, they needed to work hard and get it right. The weekend isn’t over and the jury is still out, but i have my verdict. Toy Story 4 is necessary and beautiful. To all fans of the series and any fan of animation, drop what you are doing and see this now. This is worth an hour and change of watching non-streamable content. This is how cinema lives on in the year 2019. For me, as a grown man, this brings it all full circle.
We pick up right where we left off, with the toys belonging to little Bonnie. Still going on grand adventures in the bedroom. It’s the first day of kindergarten for Bonnie, and she’s too shy and scared to make any friends. Lucky for her, Woody comes to rescue and provides her with supplies to make her own friend. From there, we meet Forky. The product of what happens when toys play God. He’s a stick figure made out of a spork, with a serious existential crisis. He keeps throwing himself in the trash. That’s right, Forky is suicidal. You couldn’t have a Pixar movie without throwing in a little dark social commentary. Bonnie and her parents take a road trip to an amusement park and the toys come with. But Woody gets carried away while guarding the troubled Forky. Woody and Forky get left behind after another episode, and vow to catch up to the park in the morning. As they walk into town, a vintage antique store catches Wood’s eye with memorabilia attributed to Bo Peep, the toy that got away long, long ago. The antique store is filled with lost, abandoned toys, including a lonely girl doll named Gabby Gabby who’s only friends are creepy ventriloquist dummies who stand upright on their own.. yeah, they are just as creepy as they sound. Forty is captured and Woody escapes the store. He lands in a nearby playground filled with even more abandoned toys, where he is reunited with none other than Bo Peep. It’s been a long time since Woody has seen her and she’s gotten a 2019 upgrade since. She’s a swashbuckling badass now, accompanied with her tiny adorable sidekick, Officer Giggle McDimples. Woody and Bo join forces with Buzz , two smart-ass plush toys (voiced by Key and Peele) and a Canadian daredevil biker (voiced by Keanu Reeves) to save Forky and return him in one piece to Bonnie.
I could gush about this film for hours. First, on a technical level, Toy Story 4 is the most gorgeous looking film of the series. You can see every scratch, blemish and texture on every toy. Gone are the awkward polygons and fuzzy graphics of the Windows 95′ generation. I was captivated by everything, from the photo realistic backgrounds to the shining reflective porcelain that gleams off of Bo Peep. It’s as sharply funny as any of the Toy Story films, with enough adult asides to keep anyone in the audience from being alienated. It brings the series to an appropriate end that, while wasn’t entirely necessary after the third film, concludes the journey of Woody and friends in a totally satisfying way.
Do I envision watching Toy Story 5 at 40 years old? Or 6 at 60? I don’t know, but if indeed they are in the works, and if they are as lovely as all 4 previous films have been, I’ll warmly invite the opportunities to see more. These movies awesome. To infinity and beyond.
This isn’t flying this is falling from grace!
What a way to just stomp over everything us 90’s kids grew up with and were very passionate about as buzz and woody always did the right thing by everyone especially their kid be it Andy or now Bonnie.
The thing I find very hard to accept with this film is how some very big decisions and feelings are just pushed aside ignoring character traits all just to reach out to the new young generation.
For example at the end of Toy story 3 when Andy gives Bonnie all of his beloved toys including Buzz and Woody, Bonnie loves and respects the toys as much as Andy did this making the audience feel extremely sad but somewhat assured that Andy has picked a good child.
This does not seem to be the case as in this film Bonnie couldn’t care less about Woody but plays with literally every other toy that Andy gave her, this is just completely unbelievable and shows the writers have completely lost their way.
This film has just created new pointless characters just to sell more merchandise to the new young generation but these characters are nowhere as near as charming or charismatic as when Jessie, Bullseye, Weezy and Stinky Pete where introduced.
One point that nearly made me walk out was when Woody willingly gave Dolly his voicebox and the film just glazed over this with no one reacting to what he has done not even Buzz, Jessie or Bo Peep witch brought no weight or shock or sadness as the film didn’t seem think it was a big deal.
The end of the film makes no sense woody would never leave his kid even if he wasn’t getting played with as much, that’s his kid and woody is very loyal, he was abandoned for years in Andy’s Toy box until Andy went off the Collage, Bonnie has just started kindergarten and woody for some reason can’t wait forever and just decided not only to abandon Bonnie but everyone he has ever known and loved including Buzz, Jessie & Bulseye instead of trying to persuade Bo Peep to join him.
Over all I whole heartedly hated the film and hope they leave it be now I consider the film to be a trilogy and will only purchase the film to add to the collection but will not rush to watch this again as it is not the Toy Story I knew and loved growing up.
I hope Pixar now move on to new and original stories instead of ruining beloved childhood movies.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 40 min (100 min)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Director Josh Cooley
Writer John Lasseter (original story by), Andrew Stanton (original story by), Josh Cooley (original story by), Valerie LaPointe (original story by), Rashida Jones (original story by), Will McCormack (original story by), Martin Hynes (original story by), Stephany Folsom (original story by), Andrew Stanton (screenplay by), Stephany Folsom (screenplay by)
Actors Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Annie Potts, Tony Hale
Awards Won 1 Oscar. Another 55 wins & 62 nominations.
Production Company Pixar Animation Studios
Sound Mix Sonics-DDP (IMAX version), Dolby Atmos (Dolby Amots+Vision), DTS (DTS: X), IMAX 6-Track, Auro 11.1, 12-Track Digital Sound, Dolby Digital, Dolby Surround 7.1
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process Digital 3-D (source format), Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema (also 3-D version)