Perhaps you’d expect the Disney machine to milk its “Toy Story” franchise to death, especially with the arrival of “Toy Story 4.” Most animated films can take no more than a second installment before they jump the shark.
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This is the movie Rian Johnson would be proud of. Not in a “oh,so terrible” way ,but in a great way. If this was his directorial debut in the field of Animation,this is exactly what would’ve been.
Toy Story is a special franchise for me. Th... Read the full review »
Following an incredible trilogy all about the bittersweet sorrow associated with children growing up, Toy Story 3 (2010) ended on the perfect note - that letting kids go is hard, but that life can go on afterwards. In the surprise sequel Toy Story... Read the full review »
Toy Story 3 was a prolonged goodbye to our innocence and our childhood. “Toy Story 4 is the official farewell to a franchise that has sticked with our childhood for a long time and now that we’re grown, now that we’re changing, this movies c... Read the full review »