“Toy Story 4” Movie Review

Nine years after Toy Story 3, we get a quick summary of Woody’s (Tom Hanks) life with Andy and the rest of the gang. We understand how Bo Peep (Annie Potts) left Molly and we are reminded of how Bonnie got to have the the toys, and how, unfortunately, Woody is being left in the closet while Bonnie picks the other toys to play with.

Poor Woody.

Not to be discouraged, Woody hops in Bonnie’s backpack on her first day of Kindergarten orientation, and saves her day at school by getting art supplies for her.

With those art supplies, Bonnie makes Forky (Tom Hale) and Woody takes Forky under his wing to guide him in this strange new world he has woken up in….as Bonnie’s toy (not trash…..toy).

Taking a vacation before real school starts, the family ends up in an RV Park near a carnival and an antique store. In that store, Woody sees his long lost friend, and love interest, Bo Peep!

Well, the gang, including Buzz (Tim Allen) are very happy to see Bo, but, mis-adventures in the antique store with other, kinda evil, toys, leads to…..

Oh, to find out what happens, you will have to see the movie. 🙂

“Toy Story 4” is here probably because Disney wanted to make a few extra bucks, but, hey, they made a very good movie as a follow up of the original trilogy. The ending is not sad, as everyone should, ultimately, follow their passion.

Stay all the way through the credits. We were the only ones to see the very end, and it is funny. 🙂

Go to IMDb for more information.

Drive Safe! Never Forget.

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