Toy Story 4 (2019) - Animation, Adventure, Comedy

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Breathtaking

When a new toy called "Forky" joins Woody and the gang, a road trip alongside old and new friends reveals how big the world can be for a toy.

IMDB: 7.8
Director: Josh Cooley
Stars: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen
Length: 100 Minutes
PG Rating: G
Reviews: 97 out of 1000 found boring (9.7%)

One-line Reviews (394)

It was a good watch really enjoyed it and felt it was a good close to the series.

I was hoping for another great Toy Story movie, but this one was really boring.

Toy story 4 is in my eyes one of the most over hyped, boring, forced, stupid, lackluster and disapointting films.

Worth watching .

Best Unexpected Sequel ever.

Not that it didn't have a couple of moments, but I really thought the overall story was boring.

A Fourth Installment Absolutely Worth Watching .

First half of the movie very slow....

second half pretty good but felt quite rushed due to first half being slow Too predictable not like the other 3 movies Overall decent movie would watch again, animation bang on👍🏼

Yes you might say it is the destiny of every toy but it just leaves you empty ....

Highly recommend it!!!

This highly engaging film has more to say about the human condition than most animated or, for that matter, live action movies nowadays.

It's heartwarming and keeps a steady and suspenseful pace.

In Toy Story 4, you see glints of the fun, interesting Pixar of old, but you're constantly bombarded with boring storyline that doesn't seem to go anywhere.

Surround sound effects are immersive and constant allowing for a truly engaging cinematic experience.

The story is highly engaging and memorable, just like the other Toy Story movies.

The story line was pointless, the characters really lost their meaning.

Highly enjoyable...

Definitely worth watching, just don't expect the same level of story telling as the first three movies.

Still worth watching if you are a loyal Toy Story fan.

Instead it just felt utterly pointless.

I too felt that following "Toy Story 3" another sequel would be pushing it, and I'm not sure if that opinion coloured the whole experience for me, but through pretty enjoyable, I came away from "Toy Story 4" a little underwhelmed.

Story was boring and contrite.

The combination of thrill and emotion was very well made, I was impressed how this movie still got me shaken by its intense story.

The film attempts to justify itself by bringing back Bo Peep, however it is still a very pointless sequel and should have either never even been made or have been another short.

This movie had more stunning animation, more humour, more emotion.

Conclusion: In conclusion, this film is an entertaining watch, a logical progression of the story, and a surprisingly satisfying film.

Fun and enjoyable .

In regards to the film, while the plot may seem quite cliche of the 'Toy Story' franchise (that being Woody is set with another mission that he feels obliged to complete), the narrative behind the simple plot is absolutely wonderful; layered and beautifully crafted.

They had some funny stuff in last 30 mins but it was mostly boring and it seemed like it was just trying to ride the coat tails of the previous movies.

Enjoyable .

With an intense character like him it was a breath of fresh air to see a new take on a role.

All 3 of us were looking at each other bored trying to see who to blame for picking this movie.

The simple truth is this film has a predictable story line which isn't even really a good one, it feels messy and written with dollar signs in mind.

The toys and the humans are stunning.

This movie was very new to me but it was overall enjoyable.

Toy story 4 has Stunning visuals, a good story, and a Heartwarming finale to the series (NO SPOILERS) Toy story 4 is a huge event for the summer that is definitely going to wake up your tear ducts again.

Yeah in conclusion I enjoyed it more that I thought I would.

We laughed, we cried sad tears, we cried HAPpY tears and most of all we enjoyed it!!!

Other newly conceived characters such as Gaby Gaby, Bensons, Duke Caboom, Ducky, Bunny and Giggle McDimples were enjoyable although lacking emotional connect.

There's a wide array of side characters both old and new (from Buzz and Jesse to the new Duke Caboom) that fill out the edges of the frame to entertaining effect.

Slow to get going, the story gets stuck in a loop.

Very sad; might leave you with a hollow, empty feeling like the loss of something dear, or death...

Besides these points, the whole movie was pretty predictable.

There's a point in Toy Story 4 that made it appear that this sequel would be decent if not great movie, but then later on as the movie literally worn on, it became stronger and stronger until by the end the compelling and heart-felt storyline blossomed fully by the end of the movie.

For a simple straightforward unoriginal uninspired plot of a rescue mission, the movie sure does get dragged out.

Yawn.

It's all recycled material which results in the film feeling tedious.

enjoyable overall (1 viewing 11/22/19)

We are also not given nearly enough of some of our favorite characters, in favor of drab tired side characters who lack much purpose.

Yet again Disney manage to dismantle an exceptional film franchise piece by piece, for the sake of introducing new but uninteresting characters in the hope that they can flog more toys.

Some of it did feel a bit contrived like woody being left in the closet although that could be considered realistic as kids do forget or choose not to play with certain toys.

Boring and disgraceful movie.

A very entertaining continuation of the Toy Story movies.

Perhaps more interesting of a story than any critique of the film (which was totally fine and entertaining!

Despite all the disappointments stated above, this movie is still entertaining and fun to watch.

Entertaining mostly with stretched that drag.

This feels like a forced and unnecessary spin-off of sorts, yet is still a greatly enjoyable film that I would still recommend watching.

Bo Peep the returning protagonist was predictable and had no real values that she didn't change to support Woody as soon as the story needed it.

The majority of the runtime takes place in an antique store, run by a weak villain with a predictable Pixar-ish resolution.

Enjoyable, familiar characters, and a simple plot.

I don't know if I was missing something or not, but this was absolutely awful, boring, went nowhere, confusing, and had no real plot.

The story is engaging and adventurous, which are elements which captures viewers' hearts.

The story picked up a little but overall remained empty.

Dreary and boring .

It's a shame how they portray characters like Buzz as dull and plain dumb, just following a very forced narrative.

Do I think it's still an enjoyable ride overall with plenty of laughs?

It is completely boring and the story shows that it is made only to raise money.

Really enjoyed it.

And may I say, for a sequel we may not have needed, I still enjoyed it to the fullest because of how they made another aspect of toys come to life.

Pixar have made stunning leaps and bounds with their animation, and this is without a doubt the most beautiful looking film of their repertoire to date.

Sure he was a delusional "space ranger" when Andy first got him, but after all of that confusion was over, he became confident and calm.

My guess is that kids will still eat this one up, but adults may leave the theater feeling as if that "old magic" has been sapped from the proceedings.

2) You know that pretentious "Woman Power" of the latest years?

Now that I've seen the film, I'm extremely happy with the direction that they took characters, and I highly recommend it to all movie-goers.

An enjoyable contribution to the Toy Story saga.

Not as funny as the other films, bit as engaging.

Unpredictable twist and ending, whether you like it or not.

They find answers in unexpected places as they cross paths with other toys in their journey.

Fully entertaining movie must watch for animation fans

But when it isn't, the story is contrived and pointless and wish-washy.

With this being the fourth installment of the Toy Story franchise, it surprisingly works out great and is super enjoyable.

This might be the worst movie Pixar has developed and biggest mistake.

pointless.

She was interested for about the first hour but it became long and boring after that first hour.

The animation is stunning,the new charcthers are great especially Keanu Reeves and Christina Hendricks.

About the new characters, I find them to be enjoyable and funny (thanks to Ducky and Bunny, both voiced by the witty Key and Peele).

The second worst movie I have ever seen ( The Shape of Water of course, being the worst of all time ).

I agree with others, it was kinda boring.

Unexpected surprise .

Instead of lively, enjoyable flicks, we often get dour, distasteful flicks like Venom (2018), The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), or Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice (2016) from the other studios.

From beginning to end, the film is thematically rich, entertaining, and a joy to watch.

The marketeers at Disney appear to have won the battle against the storytellers by sidelining Woody and our favourite toys from the previous films with new and relatively uninteresting new ones.

The movie is boring and ruins everything about the other movies.

A predictable and 'satisfying' happy ending so many people long for would feel cheap and repetitive.

You will leave with some mixed feelings about how this story ends but overall it is fun and exciting and keeps the Toy Story spirit alive and they did a good job of bringing it back one last time (allegedly.

Anyway, I loved Toy Story 4, it was enjoyable, it was cute, it was emotional and I certainly would rewatch it, even though it's my least favorite one out of the four movies.

There are some pretty intense and scary scenes, most Toy Story films have them, so it might not be good for smaller kids.

You could argue that Bo Peep's personality has changed significantly, there is that little something missing that causes it to be not quite as magical as the previous movies, and the ending is a little questionable, it is probably a good idea this will be truly the last film made, but I guess it concludes Woody's story, all in all, it is an enjoyable computer-animated comedy adventure.

One of the worst movie ever.

Will it be as entertaining as the previous ones?

Sadly, I found Toy Story 4 predictable as soon as Woody reunited with Bo-Peep.

From beginning to end, the animation was consistently stunning and is one of the best looking computer-animated movies I've seen.

Very boring story with uninteresting and boring and at times annoying new characters but a gourgeous animation.

All in all, it's frequently laugh out loud funny, emotionally powerful and thoroughly enjoyable.

I hated that they focused waaaay too much on all these boring, weird new characters who were so different from the original crew and basically took way too much screen time while the beloved side characters like Rex and Ham were demoted to just background characters with 3 lines each.

Toy storys 4 is boring and dull story.

I would compare it to a boring action flick.

The animation is stunning and life-like.

Toy story 4 is a waste of time, stupid story, pointless, lacking charm, heart, passion, soul of what made the first three films special.

Another Enjoyable Addition .

It was enjoyable enough.

Typicall feminism propaganda.

The plot here-on is repetitive, and eventually repetitive and boring, with woody rescuing forky from the antique store 3 times!

My daughter was bored and I hope they don't do a 5.

I'll admit I cried when I walked out on the third one, and went in thinking if this is as good as they say I'll cry again.

Enjoyable .

The Climax is emotional and unexpected.

But I really enjoyed it.

Incredible movie and definitely enjoyable for young adults, as well as kids.

I found Forky to be quite entertaining.

I was scared he was going to be an annoying side character, but he ended up being quite a depth and layered character and was very enjoyable in the film.

Had it been funnier, more exciting and more than middling Pixar, it wouldn't have been such a problem that it reopened the 'Toy Story'.

Well worth the watch, and buy in my opinion.

Enjoyable adventure .

The graphics were stunning, the script was clever and humorous, and the plot was both moving and compelling.

The storyline was engaging and never seemed 'streched out' or boring.

Thankfully this source of personal irritation is lulled by a tender scene, ran by Woody.

I expected this to be a lazy, cynical cash grab but it turned out to be a funny, exciting, even emotional chapter in the series.

However, this one was just boring.. and a bit depressing.

There isn't much of a greater meaning to the story, its just male doofus characters and the always strangely competent females, it goes through the motions and feels empty, new characters are just new attempts to sell toys.

It is probably the most mature of all four of the films with its main messages even though the film isn't as emotionally thematic as the previous film, but is still very heartwarming, enjoyable and beautiful looking film.

But once it does, it's such an enjoyable ride.

That said, I feel as though the story did sometimes feel cliché.

Engaging and adventurous .

The adventurous journey turns into an unexpected reunion as Woody's slight detour leads him to his long-lost friend Bo Peep.

Toy story 4 was enjoyable and gave me some laughs even as a teenager now, and even seeing the characters again gave me nostalgia and memories from my childhood.

You get Woody's repetitive dialogue about why one toy is the most important thing to a child and blah, blah, blah....

Yet, what unfolds is far from predictable, perhaps even poignant.

This movie is really fun and its unexpected, there are so many things happening, not once is it boring.

Boring .

Toy Boring.

after 45min we walked to the next door screening, the pets , which was more entertaining!

Everything just complicates and complicates and it becomes really hard to follow the plot and unerstand what's the point of this movie and what message it's trying to transmit.

Thoroughly enjoyed it .

The story is thrilling enough and easy to follow and relative to the affectionate dependence that toys have to their children owners.

It's tiring and repetitive, with the same rescue scenes again and again, making the whole thing seem tiresome and badly paced.

The pseudo-emotional ending felt completely contrived, unfeasible, flat and too short.

Action packed and full of adventure.

I was just bored to death when I watched this movie.

Keanu Reeves voices a character named Duke Caboom who is also entertaining.

Overall, I felt like I left the movie a little empty, unsure if I agreed with Woody's final decision.

A compelling story that is moving and compelling.

I left the theater with an ending that wasn't as satisfying as the third.

Toy Story 4, was an emotional, exciting and hilarious film, that I had a great time watching.

As a fan of Toy Story growing up, this movie brought many memories back to me , it also had me laughing through out the film making me think I was a kid again , it was a really enjoyable experience to watch this , the animation was incredible once again by Disney and Pixar.

The plot is paper thin and covers all the old ground of the other movies but significantly worse, the voice acting was passable with Tom Hanks probably giving the strongest performance, the animation and lighting was easily the most enjoyable part of the film, this is Pixar's best looking film and it's a marvel seeing how far they've evolved since the original Toy Story.

No matter how many people lauded Disney's movies for being wonderful children's movies when I was a kid, all I saw was boring.

Toy Story 4 pushes away a majority of the characters we have grown up with, even Buzz who is given an extremely dumbed down role in the film, in favour of a slew of new characters that aren't given nearly enough time to be new franchise favourites, even if they are entertaining in their short moments onscreen (besides the snooze-inducing villain).

A waste of money .

As I own the first three Toy Story films (which I've seen lots of times on TV) and two specials ('Toy Story Of Terror' and 'That Time Forgot') on DVD, I went to see 'Toy Story 4' which had just been released in cinemas last Friday and kinda enjoyed it.

I thought this was something different and I was intrigued to see where the story was going to go from there until the whole Forky character showed up and Woody being obsessed with making him believe he was a toy to please Bonnie just got too over the top and dragged on.

In many ways, the teaser trailer was accurate: the arrival of Forky, a good idea with a bland execution, singlehandedly derails the series in a weak plot that seems fit for an extended short more than a feature film.

Great new adventure, great new characters, really funny and very entertaining.

Entire film full of boring conversation of the toys!

My kid, I think, enjoyed it, and I wasn't bored.

I thought the movie was entertaining and somewhat heartwarming when I saw it with a friend.

The movie starts off narratively slow and takes a long time to build.

Duke Caboom was also a new entertaining presence, while the pair of ventriloquist dummies reminded me of a couple 'Twilight Zone' episode characters back in the day which they resembled so much.

On its own, away from the franchise, it's an enjoyable enough film.

Sad to tell that this story was really disappointing and boring.

Overall, an enjoyable film that is nice to watch and with a few enjoyable moments...

But still very entertaining.

My only thing, isn't really a thing, but the cliche "Be yourself" idea is just getting tiresome, just so much of it in ANY Disney movie.

Got bored almost instantly and only watched the entire thing because we regretfully rented it.

It also blurs the line a bit between good and bad, which could be confusing to a young child - or maybe even an adult like me.

There were just a few times where I felt that it was a bit slow.

and here is why: Boring plot.

The characters once again feel intriguing, familiar and achingly flawed.

It's funny, it's heartfelt, it's engaging, and it's all around a great time.

Despite all these vein attempts at trying to make her compelling, she remains a cardboard cut-out of a character who cannot carry the movie in any impressive way as all she does is bark orders and has several airborne moments.

First half slow rest okish .

Action packed, scary dolls, and a cracking script.

I really enjoyed it and it doesn't matter if you missed or saw 1,2 or 3

However, this movie still has beautiful,enjoyable and laughable moments.

MY VERDICT : Toy story 4 is worth watching , even if you'd think it to be bad.

It is bland, boring and unimaginative.

Various moments throughout the film feel disjointed from the rest of the movie.

Overall it was enjoyable and the animation was absolutely gorgeous.

It proves that you can tell an extremely entertaining and funny story which even small childeren will understand, and by doing so, discuss real serious matters, even the very meaning of life, in a deep, non-trivial manner.

I was literally bored and just waiting for the next thing to happen.

That being said, I was pleasantly surprised of how much I enjoyed it.

The animation was great, the voice acting is fine and above all it was funny, thrilling, frightening, sad and sweet.

So I watched this movie over the weekend and was excited because I heard some people say they actually enjoyed it and thought it was cute.

Combine this, with a frustrating ending which went against a lot of what had been preached earlier, and it was a confusing film experience.

While the overall story is strong and raises very fascinating existential questions for the toys, there are things that don't quite hold up.

The weakest Toy Story, terrible forced ending, but enjoyable .

To my surprise it was just bad and honestly kinda predictable if you actually followed all the buzz and followed the story.

But, what you end up with is, overall, BORING.

The story however was boring and disappointing, when comparing it to the previous films.

This made the ending, instead of tear-bringing and pulling at my heartstrings, made me cringe and bored.

Most boring storyline ever .

With Toy Story 3 (2010) having just over a decade to improve its visuals, the technical progress and prowess shown on the screen were breathtaking.

This new toy story movie is boring and bland.

While it may start slow, the opening sequence is quintessential Pixar, a delightful recap (that I was more than grateful for), brimming with warmth and emotion, just lovely storytelling.

I did not expect much from this film at first, but I was completely in awe of this fascinating film.

Never, ever, in the past have I ever started to fall asleep during a pure Pixar movie.

The whole film was an extremely fun watch and entertaining.

This movie was so frustrating and I felt completely bored most of the time.

Bore Story 4_Trash sporky sucks- dreadful story for brain dead .

The story is silly and weak, some of the new characters are unlikable and some others are confusing you don't know whether to hate them or sympathize with them.

From the rainy outside to the dusty corners of an antique shop to a vibrant fairground, the movie vigorously sweats to keep itself looking visually stunning.

They new characters introduced were either one dimensional or had small character arcs, but were very entertaining non the less.

All the characters are made boring and predictable.

There is something of the same entertaining and emotional connectivity as Incredibles 2 (2018).

This is the first time we walked out of the theater after watching a Toy Story movie and felt disappointed and unsatisfied with what was presented.

There are some pros tho: the setting (which funnily enough they don't make the most out of), the stunning visuals, Annie Potts' performance of Bo Peep.

An unexpected and sad end comes through the end.

It is still a good Toy Story film if you look at it objectively, but not as good, entertaining or emotionally cohesive as the ones that came before.

The story is immaculate, characters are vibrant & compelling, themes are addressed with care & compassion, animation is breathtaking, and the film as a whole brims with a genuine sense of heart, warmth, tenderness & finality.

Boring and dull story .

The cliche plot didnt really mind me and the new characters had a lot of potential to even go further movies if they feel like it.

The whole entire movie felt like a boring cash grab and when I saw this movie I was bored to death.

Repetitive cookie cutter moralising.

The quality of PIXAR productions has been down ever since "Wall-E" and the "Toy Story" franchise is already limited in what it can do, so, in hindsight, this movie's lackluster existence shouldn't be unexpected.

The Bad Things: Lack of good story, New characters are pointless, plot twists comparing to the first 3, Only a few emotions, Weak ending for the beautiful franchise.

Now the animation in this is absolutely stunning.

The stand out was bo peep as a rough tough independent woman, but woody really needed a much more exciting story and a better supporting cast.

Boring!

the saddest and most unexpected ending ever .

Stunning ending.

Bland really.

I felt like the film was completely forgettable, with the plot being below par and, honestly, kind of predictable.

The movie was entertaining and still held the elements from the first movie that just leave a mark on your heart.

We wondered if they would tell a story which takes place during some other time before the events of TS3, or if they would explore new and intriguing themes, or introduce fresh and fun characters.

Totally unexpected.

Each of their characters are incredibly entertaining and hilarious to watch on the big screen.

There are no sadistic kids or malevolent toys, yet there is still plenty of exciting action and also a genuine deep emotional connection that takes the audience to another level.

I love the first 3 Toy Story movies, but this one was very disappointing and also really boring.

It's story was exciting, funny and emotional as ever, and was a brilliant addition to the trilogy.

Enjoyable!

It's fun, funny, fast paced, and emotional.

Most of the new characters were anyway very annoying and uninteresting with the exception of 3 new characters 2 brothers and a doll whose stories and conclusions were one of the better parts of the movie.

I literally walked out of the theater in a daze wondering what I'd just seen.

Introduction: Like many people, I thought this film would be the weakest in the series, and a pointless sequel.

I was super excited to see it but it falls flat: the story is boring, most of the jokes aren't funny and the ending replaces the heartfelt and perfect one established in its predecessor with a dull and aggravating bummer.

Many new toy characters are introduced, all of which are funny and entertaining.

I thought this gonna be boring movie.

The second was my least favorite, but I still enjoyed it immensely.

Toy Story Is the same story, Gabby Gabby Is a terribly villain and the movie Is kinda bored.

So, now we see how the Disney of its early days became the boring, heavy-handed Disney of my childhood.

Its a new adventure, new toys, new kid and amazingly like the other 3, always entertaining.

Despite being the fourth installment in the series, this latest feature is just as engaging as its predecessors, with a well-crafted story that manages to unfold in very surprising ways, along with stellar animation, terrific vocal work, plus the charm and nostalgia of spending time with so many characters that fans have grown to love.

There was very little story, depressing feeling the entire film, boring, not witty and funny, new characters were so melancholy, AND THE WORST...

HONEST REVIEW - FUN BUT POINTLESS .

The first three movies were fantastic and managed to build on the previous stories whilst being breathtaking in their own right.

Highly recommend it.

"Toy Story 4" does not manage to explore any new themes, after dealing with finding a place, abandonment, and loneliness in previous film, and as enjoyable as the film is, it isn't able to hit the mark as the three predecessors.

Overall I enjoyed it and it was a good movie.

It certainly was great new take for the franchise especially because you do have really intense antagonists in the previous films, Lotso especially in the 3rd film.

I mentioned that it achieved only one of the three expectations - fresh and exciting characters.

I know this is going to seem like a trivial point but if you compare Scud (bad dog in Toy Story) and the cat in this movie you can see how Pixar's fixation on photorealism and re-arranging tropes render the film exceptionally rote and dull.

But great episode of this saga and worth the watch.

The storyline was basic and the film was boring.

On top of that, it makes his entire arch in TS 3 pointless.

This is definitely right up there with the original and is worth the watch for new and 90's era fans !

To cap it all off, all the other Toy Story movies have an iconic "playtime" or gripping, exciting scene to kick it off.

Overall, it is a familiar and enjoyable feel good experience.

I enjoyed it.

Toy Story 4 continues the tradition of a charming and entertaining story similar to the others in the series.

The worst one, but still entertaining .

A gripping continuation ring.

The storyline itself was captivating (mostly) and very action-packed, which kept things engaging.

Repetitive.

Special notice needs to be made of Keanu Reeves work as Canadian Daredevil toy Duke Kaboom (the Canadian Evil Kneivel), it is the most entertaining - to me - of all the new characters.

I took my four year old grandson to see it and he enjoyed it.

She is awesome and entertaining and tough and all that stuff.

The plot was slow and the jokes were tired.

As with any sequels, I would recommend engaging yourself with the prequels first in order to understand how Toy Story sets itself up as a series of movies (that includes the characters as well).

I found the plot to be a bit cheap and bland, as if an excuse to make a fourth installment.

The thing is, this movie is pointless.

Everything about this movie was fanstastic, from the incredibly detailed and beautiful looking animation aswell as the stunning locations and characters old and new.

An intense existentialist journey by two anachronistic toys that teaches children and adults alike that we don't have to sacrifice who we want to be in favor for who we are supposed to be.

TL;DR: It is absolutely a testament to the talent behind Pixar that they managed to make a movie that is utterly pointless to existing still be a good movie.

To me, the third version was the most exciting and unique of all, Because this version was more exciting and daunting, And sometimes it gave me a very scary feeling

Now that the formulaic themes and story is in place and the annoying characters are all set to go, "Toy Story 4" just heaps them all together in a forced and poorly written plot.

I like that they had "Sid" vibes but because I was so bored I didn't care for it.

It's funny, exciting and sweet.

Strangely boring...

The animation is stunning and the evolution of Pixar's animation is spectacular.

The big old Antique shop setting is stunning in it's look & detail, There's such an exciting old style atmosphere whenever the Toys are there.

I found the movie to be a bit dull at points, particularly at the center of the movie.

Possibly unnecessary, but extremely emotional fun and enjoyable.

Toy Story 4 does an amazing job of letting the new characters take centre stage, we get to see a wide range of new and fascinating toys that each have their own separate personalities.

But overall, the movie is ok and worth watching AT LEAST ONCE.

Additionally, this movie feels nowhere near as enjoyable or rewatchable as the original trilogy.

This movie is about making a decision, woman empowerment (equality), character development, but it seems dull.

I teared up at this part, only because Buzz and Woody splitting up was unexpected, and ridiculous with all the films having main themes revolving around the importance of friends and never giving up on each other.

As 2019 follows 2018 big Hollywood is failing it's audiences as one so so remake - sequel - prequel - franchise instalment - reboot - spin off after the other dulls the senses with dearie barely adequate increasingly boring story telling.

If you get to see this film in the cinema before it comes out on DVD, I recommend that you see it in 4DX 3D because the movement, rain and wind made for a much more exciting experience that you and your kids will no doubt love!

Little kids may find it complex and hard to understand an enjoy, but as an adult it's message of scary and unexpected new beginnings hits home all to real.

Based on the first 20 minutes, I began to think I was right because I started to doze off like I do with every movie I feel is not going to be good.

For my perspective, who watch Toy Story movies since a kid, and now I'm 20 years old, is bad ending, disappointed, even moral values, and comedy in this movie is entertaining.

The third ended so beautifully that I just wanted them to leave the toys alone as a fond memory I could look back on rather than risk tarnishing them.

All in all, Toy Story 4 was an enjoyable movie.

I finally watched Toy Story 4, and while it had its thoroughly enjoyable moments, overall, it just didn't sit right with me.

Watching this in the cinema feels like watching a live-action film immersed with details.

Entertaining and funny .

It's a truly heart-warming and entertaining film that delivers a beautiful conclusion to the series, and I was relieved that Pixar managed to pull it off in the way that they did.

This movie was terrible, perhaps that is a bit unfair - this movie was twisted, demonic, pointless and without the uplifting light that had been in previous versions of the franchise.

All in all, Toy Story 4 may not be a revelation but it's a kind-hearted, amusing and entertaining film that harks back to everything you loved about the other movies.

Long, repetitive.

It was funny, heartwarming, and enjoyable.

The movie felt empty...

Save your childhood, don't waste your time, and leave Toy Story's ending with Toy Story 3.

bad script writing very predictable what will happen .

His confusion about the notion of an "inner voice" was poorly executed and kind of pushed him back in the direction that he's spent 3 films moving away from.

The character development was ruined, forget about all the "inclusive" messages, the rythm of the entire movie was awful, boring movie.

The plot is generally engaging and easy to follow although I agree that the some of the main characters have been side lined and during some parts I would feel a bit shocked to see some of the "main" characters.

Dragged out by what?

Seeing the characters all together again was so exciting!

The evolving of Woody as a person amongst many other character developments really makes the movie quite enjoyable.

The story is forgettable, all of the new characters are either uninteresting or underdeveloped and almost all of the original toys are dismissed and barely in the movie.

Thrilling and very funny.

Great storytelling an enjoyable family animated classic from start to finish .

Enjoyed it from beginning to end.

The plot felt scattered and pointless.

While Woody's journey in this film does have interesting moments, Toy Story 4 feels far more linear and uninspired than any of the other movies, ranging from boring, to frustrating when the film ends on a moment that is meant to be tearjerking and heartbreaking, and is instead incredibly frustrating as it feels like a waste of everything in the series so far, rapidly throwing away the character relationships we've grown up to love and cherish as audiences.

Fun and enjoyable.

Also need to say that the new character was unpredictable and really good.

Beautiful picture boring story .

Also the movie is bland and it feels like the first 3 movies never happened and plus the other characters like buzz and Jessie are hardly in the movie so I don't recommend it.

Really really boring .

Waste of time and money .

Total waste of time with lack of a great story, they seemed to of run out of ideas that they use rubbish to make a toy out of a spork.

IN BRIEF: A visually dazzling sequel whose animated heroes work overtime to save their film from a formulaic action-driven plot.

I left the theater feeling like I missed something.

So many things to say, but the biggest ones are the following: Heart-wrenching and also funny and exciting; beautiful to watch, listen to, and experience; and the villain is amazing.

Wonderfully enjoyable Toy Story sequel .

Is this one entertaining?

It bore no resemblance to any previous movie in the franchise.

What is especially beautiful about this film: it allows you to be completely immersed in the story, turn off your brain and munch away on your popcorn.

But here we are back again for Toy Story 4 & it's ok because the film is absolutely Brilliant & is the most visually stunning of the whole franchise!!.

I totally enjoyed it!!.

This leads to the introduction of our newest member, the surprising engaging 'Forky'.

Forky is an enjoyable character who surprisingly isn't annoying and gets better as the story goes on.

A highlight was the newer characters and its stunning visuals.

Of course when comparing this to the other Toy Story films, it is my least favorite, but the movie was able to still be entertaining.

Bo Peep's reintroduction and character development was clever and kept it exciting.

Still, the technical aspects of this film are beautifully rendered with stunning use of stark shadows and bright lighting.

And the so called villain was just awful and boring and her ventriloquist dummies guards were just creepy.

Each shot is just BREATHTAKING.....

Just bad bad bad from start to, well, I assume finish, for those die hard who actually endured to the end of this animated yawn fest.

After they wrapped up the series beautifully in the 3rd installment, this movie felt like a waste of time and a story that did not need to be told.

The story felt predictable, the Forkie character began to feel flat after the novelty wore off.

The movie went from a slow moving plot to a montage in moments.

Toy story 4 is about as entertaining as watching a strong franchise get mutilated and twisted which can be akin to how Cid treated his toys in the first movie.

This Toy Story made me reflect on my favourite childhood toy Crow Shoot and I'm glad that on the occasional wet day I can suspend the reality of Adulthood and return to the innocent and uncomplicated days of my early childhood I highly recommend it to everyone, it's great to take your inner child out for the day.

The color palette is breathtaking and the characters are more emotive than ever.

However, the story line itself was entertaining, despite it being a little disappointing and a bit to 'Disney like' with its ending of all the toys being friends, and they did incorporate some more adult themes, looking at Woody trying to understand and get used to the fact that he was loved as much any more.

I thought it boring.

I am so sad that Pixar chose to conclude this wonderful animated series with such a poorly written, dreary and depressing show.

But as for me, whether it's kids or adults, Toy Story animations are really enjoyable.

Yes, obviously, being animation, but 'Toy Story 3' had a rather mature theme and it was action-packed and exciting.

Further, while the toy characters were intriguing, to include an astronaut, Little Bo Peep and all her sheep, a Sheriff and other characters that intrigue...

The film does provide an enjoyable watching experience with a story that is exciting and interesting.

There were a half dozen good parts of the movie, but it was mostly just DULL -- like the Disney movies I grew up with that I generally didn't care to watch.

Unnecessary 4th Instalment, but Enjoyable .

I highly recommend it, for those who enjoy the works of Pixar and those who don't.

It's well done, worth seeing, entertaining, good story , I don't understand all the negative hate reviews go see the film it's worth it it's excellent

But that in itself is mind boggling, I doubt the moon launch was a more impressive a collaborative effort.

It's a 'happy' film, it's funny, hopeful & very entertaining.

Her Whole character arc of being a lost toy was really intriguing and a new plot that they have not gone into before in the franchise.

What should've been a TV movie or direct-to-home-video / streaming release got stretched into a mildly entertaining 1hr.

Eat Pray Love Bopeep and boring .

Boring storyline just some nostalgia .

It revolves around "forky" who I absolutely hated so it was off to a bad start early and large parts of it are set in an antique store which proved to be both a boring and a creepy setting.

It was fun, mind blowing, and actually got a laugh out of me.

Some may say the first three Toy Story movies are a prime example of the practically perfect trilogy; heart-warming, intelligent and entertaining, Woody, Buzz and the gang have become pop culture staples that have defined the childhoods of a generation.

Once again the lack of ideas film industry insulting over half of their viewership with contrived ideas of social structures.

A thoroughly enjoyable evening at the theatre.

My three year old daughter and six year old niece were somewhat bored by Toy Story 4.

An emotional, humorous, sometime menacing, always entertaining story.

This movie is pretty much photorealistic, and Pixar uses a number of setpieces that involve both weather and lighting to put their mastery on full display, with stunning results.

Toy Story 4 is a near perfect entry in one of the strongest animated franchises of all time" 9/10Toy Story is a series of Pixar animated films that have been entertaining audiences of all ages for over 20 years.

It's so unnecessary, pointless, forgettable, and lacks the charm of the previous parts.

i could have left the theater and been okay not knowing the ending.

I think stand alone it's fine, but I also feel disjointed with other movies in the franchise.

To be fair everyone under 10 in the audience loved the cookie cutter moralising but the storyline was beyond repetitive.

JIM'S REVIEW: Toy Story 4 still follows its heart-warming, yet predictable, formula of lost toys and childhood innocence and the film wisely relies heavily on its well-established and beloved characters.

Toy story has always made me leave the theater thinking "wow what a great experience.

Glass to be dragged back to this universe again without being disappointed.

Toy Story Snore .

Typically enjoyable Pixar movie with surprising character inconsistencies .