Woody has always been confident about his place in the world and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that's Andy or Bonnie. But when Bonnie adds a reluctant new toy called "Forky" to her room, a road trip adventure alongside old and new friends will show Woody how big the world can be for a toy.Wikipedia
Toy Story 4 Reviews
What strikes you at the end is that, like every good story, this one remains in your mind space "to infinity and beyond," much after you leave the theatres. In fact you don't feel like leaving your seat till the screen blanks out.
Even for Pixar, this fourth part seems a lazy concession to the exigencies of a profitable enterprise — though the studio with the magic touch does even this better than most.
Pixar’s latest film, starring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, is an anomaly -- a fourth entry in a franchise that has only produced masterpieces.
It is a hilarious and heartfelt adventure that carries on the legacy of its original trilogy.
Even in its fourth instalment, Toy Story not only remains highly relevant, but also elevates the franchise to newer highs of cinematic excellence.
The entire film is constructed around the final 10 minutes whose poetry and melancholic beauty is just overwhelming. In most films, such a moment is achieved with bleak atmospheres, but in Toy Story 4, it is peaceful. You let the moment break you, take you back to where it all began, and comfort you with the fact that it is all over and it is okay to let go. It is touching, emotionally satisfying filmmaking, and a very elegant goodbye to a cinematic universe that has been a big part of 25 years of our lives.
Woody, Buzz and the rest of the crew go on an epic road trip in what could well be their last adventure together
Audience Reviews for Toy Story 4
The reason why 'Toy Story' series' each film has a likable quality to its that each film is an original: and while the message of love, to let go and to find a persona in the most little things has been a common theme of each one of them, the characters are always beautifully written and their joys and sorrows all are equally enjoyable. The fourth sequel of the 'Toy Story' series comes off as a surprise because we thought that the story ended right there, and extends the trilogy to perhaps conclude it. There's a new kid this time, and another set of fluffy playthings- making it's undertones similar to the previous film 'TS3' released in 2010. But this one is more textured in its animation and ever-avid reading of emotions makes it an all splendours dazzler that always works. It's a heartfelt goodbye which you will keep revisiting and always choked in emotion, you'll like it. Don't miss the film till the end-credits scene, which is beautiful and brilliant. I was always a fan, now having watched the film, I feel more satisfied and happier.
Please, go and watch it!
There are a few scenes in Toy Story 4 that reminded me why I was so hyped when they released the first poster and why I now took the pains and spent the resources to grab an IMAX 3D ticket, but then it played out like an ordinary toy story (without the caps) that just lacks the panache and heart that the prequels had and which I dug. You know what is going to happen in Toy Story 4 and with a cliched plot line about a villain doll trying to earn the love of a human kid is all but unenterprising, it just reduces the faith I have in Pixar. Apart from a few funny scenes and the magnificent animation, this was a sheer disappointment. TN.