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Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang embark on a road trip with Bonnie and a new toy named Forky. The adventurous journey turns into an unexpected reunion as Woody's slight detour leads him to his long-lost friend Bo Peep. As Woody and Bo discuss the old days, they soon start to realize that they're two worlds apart when it comes to what they want from life as a toy.Written by
When the toys peer down into Second Chance Antiques from the ceiling, the ball from Pixar's short Luxo Jr. (1986) which appears in the Pixar logo and in almost every one of their films can be seen on the ground below. See more »
At the beginning, Forky doesn't know he is a toy, nor desires to be one, but he follows the toy rule of acting inanimate when humans are looking at him. However, as he is one, it may be natural for him without him even knowing or desiring. See more »
[it's raining outside of Andy's house and thunder rumbles]
Whoa! It's raining cats and dogs out there! I hope they make it back all right.
Heads up! Andy's coming!
[Jessie gasps, and she, Bullseye, and Hamm pose as toys while Andy comes in with everyone else]
Andy, time for dinner.
Yes! I'm starving!
Don't forget to wash your hands!
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Woody's theme plays over the opening Disney logo. See more »
What if I told you that nowadays cartoons are not for kids anymore? They never were actually because the art of drawing has nothing to do with age, it's only about making something new and making a difference as with every kind of art there is. Toy Story 4 doesn't break borders of imagination by its once revolutionary computer animation but it sure has a very pretty picture. The story is same as the premise of the third part of the franchise but only this time it deals with a much wider variety of topics: self-association in the society, loyalty, shattering of dreams, search for your purpose in life, definition of friendship, dissatisfaction with your current life status and the list goes on. Kids are only looking for fun and jokes to keep them entertained and they will not be entertained by Toy Story 4 what I clearly saw sitting in the movie theater - this is a movie that has grown with its viewers and is almost a quarter of a century old now. All in all this is a sweet, touching, meaningful, thought-provoking story and is a worthy addition to the franchise that I would gladly be coming back to along with all of its three installments.
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