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- Tom Hanks
- Tim Allen
- Annie Potts
- Tony Hale
- Keegan-Michael Key
- Madeleine McGraw
- Christina Hendricks
- Jordan Peele
- Keanu Reeves
- Ally Maki
Did You Know?
- Tim Allen signed on for a fourth film even before it was announced and Tom Hanks was all for it as well.
- At the end of Toy Story 3 (2010), Andy's house only has one driveway. During the flash back in the beginning of Toy Story 4, there are two driveways - one leading up to the garage and now one on the left side of the house.
- [from trailer]
- Forky: I don't belong here!
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Even the strongest man cries...
I have been a big Toy Story fan since I was a kid. I was excited that they brought it back! I was laughing, was emotional at the end, and it has so many meaning behind the movie seeing it as an adult. Kids don’t say young forever, listen to your instinct, sacrificing oneself for another persons benefit, influencing others , teamwork like always just to name a few. Loved it!!
It bounces along at such an antic pace that its 100 minutes feel like far fewer. But there’s a quiet contemplativeness at the movie’s heart, exemplified by a long scene in which Woody and Forky make their way along the shoulder of a highway, plastic hand in pipe-cleaner hand, discussing the meaning of life as a plaything.
Ultimately, what gives Toy Story 4 genuine heft is that it's a tale of second chances and characters who take advantage of them. Like its predecessors, the film is rambunctious, noisy, genial, unpretentious, action-packed and old-fashioned in a very good way.
This sequel may not be as buoyant as previous chapters, but the filmmakers’ continued commitment to honouring these characters — and to understanding what is so universal about their quest to love and be loved — is worth treasuring.