Even the dazzling animation can’t make up for what’s lacking, including the absence of an instant hit song, dry voice performances, and a mediocre story.
When it comes to the unnecessary sequel department, few major studios are able to wring out every last drop of a story or character more than Disney.
A show-off of technical prowess rather than a solid example of good storytelling.
“Toy Story 4” explodes with the very thing on which Pixar built its foundation: a goldmine of creativity.
It has always been the golden rule to never judge a book by its cover, or a film by its trailer.
The prolonged musical numbers, coupled with uninspiring songs, ultimately prove to be the film’s downfall.