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.
This charming sequel is a creative, sweet adventure tale of loyalty and friendship that will delight adults and kids alike.
The film has an unusual blend of melancholy and whimsy, which in turn makes this film much more meaningful to adults rather than children.