REVIEW: Toy Story 4

Buzz, Woody, and all the toys are together again in the fourth Toy Story movie from Disney/ Pixar.

In Toy Story 4 we reunited with Woody and the gang as Bonnie, the child Andy left them to at the end of Toy Story 3, as she prepares to go to Kindergarten.

This hilarious, and surprisingly dark, chapter of the story was incredibly surprising as many of viewers considered the third film to be the logical conclusion. Nine years later, audiences discovering there’s more to learn about our beloved toys as Woody goes on an adventure with Forky – Bonnie’s new art project come to life. As Forky attempts to escape (life), he and Woody end up in an antique shop next to a carnival. Hijinks ensue.

While many fan favorite characters are seen in the new film, the story generally centers around Woody and Bo, as well as some more new friends. In fact, Buzz at times feels like an after thought.  Regardless, the film is as fun and enjoyable as the previous installments.

Toy Story 4 hits theaters Friday, June 20th

— Yael Tygiel

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