Toy Story 4 could possibly be one of the best sequels ever. It’s a reboot of a franchise that managed, to yet again, take our breaths away.

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Director Josh Cooley
Cast Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, and Annie Potts
Rating All ages
Genre Animation
Running Time 1 Hours 40 Mins.

Toy Story 4 picks up where the 2010 highly emotional, Toy Story 3 movie left off. Woody (reprised by Tom Hanks) and the rest of Andy’s (now Bonnie’s) toys are fulfilling their purpose by being there for Bonnie. But things don’t remain calm for long, as Bonnie struggles to adjust to going to school. To help her cope without her toys, Bonnie makes her own new toy called Forky (voiced by Tony Hale). Before she officially starts school, Bonnie and her mom and dad go on a road trip and all the toys tag along on a wild ride. Forky becomes a flight risk and Woody turns into his babysitter as he remains as loyal as ever, by keeping his child happy.

This is by far one of the best animations ever created by Pixar and Disney. The sheer amount of detail is insane and there is no comparison between the previous 3 Toy Story movies and Toy Story 4 when it comes to the new movie’s breathtaking GCI. It’s hard to believe that the movie isn’t real and you’ll be constantly fooled by the acutely accurate graphics.

If you’re planning on catching the new movie at the cinemas, we highly recommend that you watch it in 3D, as it makes you feel like you’re actually in the movie and is an awesome visual experience. This is definitely the movie where Pixar and Disney are flexing, showing the world how far this partnership has come since Toy Story first wowed audiences back in 1995. Since then, the studios have released 21 movies, which includes the new Toy Story 4.

The story is extremely sweet and involves much of the cast, with Buzz (reprised by Tim Allen), Jessie (reprised by Joan Cusack), and the rest of Andy’s and Bonnie’s toys being as entertaining as you’d expect. The real stars of Toy Story 4, though, were the new characters introduced. These new characters included Keanu Reeves’s Duke Caboom, and Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele’s hilarious Ducky and Bunny.

Bo Peep (reprised by Annie Potts) is also back and a major badass. After being heart-wrenchingly missing in Toy Story 3, we finally find out what happened to her and her story shines, too.

There are A LOT of toys in Toy Story 4, but they all managed to get just enough screen time for them to have their moment to shine and to tell an amazing story. There’s plenty of fun, as well as some heartfelt moments. It wouldn’t be a Disney/Pixar movie without you getting a little emotional at times, but this is balanced out well with tons of laughter.


Toy Story 4 is everything fans of the beloved franchise would want from a Toy Story movie and so much more. The graphics are so realistic, you’re truly fooled by the magic created by Disney and Pixar. The movie has it all – laughter, heart, an exciting, yet meaningful story and awesome characters that teach you all about friendship, love, and fun.

Toy Story 4 is a must-see for the entire family, even if you don’t have any kids, as the franchise has been around since 1995. It really is one of those movies that capture your heart and has a little something for everyone. It’s really hard to find anything bad to say about the new movie, so we’re not even going to try.

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Toy Story 4 Review: The Adventure Of A Lifetime
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