1. We were all concerned about the Toy Story . How can we not be? This is perhaps the most loved animated franchise of the last 50 years, and in the eyes of many, every film is a bit better than the last one. This last, Toy Story 3 ended in such a perfect, emotionally devastating way that trying to follow him felt like ordering the last fool. And in the nine years since this installment, Pixar, as a company has changed, has become more and more corporate, longer, more … Disney. (Or, really, more Apple.) Can this Pixar be that Pixar again? One is to cure another sequel to Cars . When you get involved with Toy Story make sure you've done it right.
2. What a relief then is that Toy Story 4 is such a huge joy. He may not reach the height of Toy Story 3 ̵
3. While the last two movies Toy Story focused on toys as an ensemble, this focus focuses primarily on our rookie rookie, sounded, as always, by Tom Hanks in what has sincerely been one of the best his roles. (The rest of the band gets their individual moments, but generally they are just for the trip here.) The film opens soon after the events of the last film, with Bonnie, the new toy kid, heading for his first day in the kindergarten. She is less in love with Woody than with Andy – the first time we see her, she takes the Sheriff's badge and puts her on Jesse by Joan Cusack and then puts Woody in the closet – and Woody feels the need to prove her worth . He does it by sneaking into his backpack at a school where he discovers Forky (fantastic Tony Hale), something that Bonnie creates by recording some garbage on a pig but somehow gaining consciousness. Forky does not want to be a toy (he is convinced he belongs to the trash) so he continues to run, and Woody has to pursue him. This eventually leads the gang to a carnival where they meet a sadly lost doll named Gabi Gaby (Christina Hendrix), two plush toys, literally connected together (Key & Peele, again together), a Canadian devil named Duke Caboom ). Reeves), and most importantly, his old flame, Bo Pep (Annie Pots), who has learned how to survive alone in his years since he has lost his toy.
4. The first thing to note about Toy Story 4 is that it's very funny : I would say it's the most consistent comedy in the whole series. Key & Peele and Keanu are the obvious pleasures of the crowd – the film even gives Duke the wow who has the most virgin time, but the creation of Forky is a mastery, a creature that is not even certain He is a creature and man , who simply continues to react to the world with confusion and awe. But that's Woody's story, and above all, and how he learns while the movie goes ahead, that his best days are behind him … and why that's good. It is a legally brave move to turn the hero of the long-standing franchise into a person who slowly realizes that it is best for him to retreat to his own life, concentrate on what makes him happy in his new phase in life and follows the development of this series. Woody has passed from child to parent to grandparents: As long as he wants to stay constant and never change, the world has different plans for him and for all of us. As always, Hanks, when Woody holds us good: They are forever impossible to resist.
5. Toy Story 4 is not at the beginning of the movie that came before it, and never tries to do it. Like the protagonist, he is less concerned about trying to do something revolutionary just because he did it in the past and instead worries about what comes next … what next logical development is. He finds the next step for Woody and the franchise, while still being like hellzapoppin and wild fun as you expect from this franchise. By focusing on this, I was horrified by being confused with the legacy of this series. But this franchise is so generous and so obviously valuable to those who work on it that I should not doubt it. This more than justifies its existence. I'm ready for four more. Director: Josh Culley
Writer: Hanks, Tim Allen, Tony Hale, Christina Hendrix, Keanu Reeves, Kean Michael-Kay, Jordan Pelay, Annie Pots, Joan Cusack
21 June 2019
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