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Disney & Pixar's Toy Story 4 [Blu-ray] [2019] [Region Free] - Brand New

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When Bonnie takes the toys on her family's road trip, Woody ends up on an unexpected detour that includes a reunion with his long-lost friend Bo Peep, whose adventurous spirit and life on the road belie her delicate porcelain exterior. Woody and Bo are worlds apart when it comes to... Read more

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When Bonnie takes the toys on her family's road trip, Woody ends up on an unexpected detour that includes a reunion with his long-lost friend Bo Peep, whose adventurous spirit and life on the road belie her delicate porcelain exterior. Woody and Bo are worlds apart when it comes to life as a toy, and they soon realise that that's the least of their worries.

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      Based on 58 reviews
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      Yorkshire Lad
      Wow

      Just reviewing the quality of this film 4k. Wow, stunning looking film. How do the create such lifelike images on a computer. Stunning in 4k. Well worth the upgrade over the blu ray

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      Raymondo Ellis
      A charming epilogue that retreads old ground

      This, final episode of Toy Story lacks consistency with the previous three movies and triggers slightly less of an emotional reaction, if you ask me, but you would still be wise to have some tissues at hand. On the first point, this is more of a standalone movie, while the two previous instalments were clearly part of a bigger, cleverly composed narrative.

      The most obvious change is that Buzz and Woody are no longer handling issues as a team. With Buzz now pretty much consumed by following his own electronic messages that he regards as his inner voice. Also, all the other familiar characters are there including Hamm, Jessie and Bullseye. But their roles are limited .. And there are a few new characters like a unicorn and the even more hilarious Ducky and Bunny double act.

      Even so, Woody is tangled up in quite an entertaining story. He takes up the responsibility of mentoring the Forky, a mash from trash, sweets and toy parts, that is left confused about being a toy now. Forky was created by the new child Bonnie as former owner Andy parted from the familiar bunch of toys at the end of Toy Story 3 when he went to college. So they are now living with Bonnie, a 4-year old that is anxious to enter nursery. And that touches upon one of the ongoing themes in the Toy Story movies; progressing in life, which is also a big theme here. As is ‘how love shapes our character’. Another theme is 'imagination through play', this time embodied by Forky. Personally, I’m a bit tired about the mandatory overkill of messages and life lessons in animation movies.. Children might get confused and they have numbed me already.
      The thing is that Toy Story 4 simply once more accommodates viewer’s common familiarity with themes and characters.

      I cannot deny to be impressed with the movie. It’s innocent, warm and full of charm again. And toy Story 4 is beautiful to look at in the 3D version we bought. The colourful scenes look fantastic. From Woody’s 1960’s design to Bo Peep’s chinaware–appearance, it’s all very well done .. again.

      However even though it’s a very different chapter, the oddest one in the series so far, something refreshing and new is missing, which is a bit of let down from the makers of Inside Out.
      Four stars.

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      Nick
      A great movie

      What'snot to like....I loved this and a really good follow on from 1/2 and 3...for me this is much better than 3...Buy it...

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      Stacey P.
      Who doesn't like Toy story?

      This is a great movie for kids and adults alike, so buy,and enjoy over Xmas

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      LMG
      A worthwhile entry in the series

      Toy Story 1 & 2 were childhood favourites of mine, I'd watch them on an almost daily basis. Toy Story 3 was an emotional rollercoaster that felt like such a fulfilling conclusion. The announcement of a 4th film had me very worried, even though Pixar has a great track record, I was worried it would undermine the perfect ending that 3 had. Luckily, it was still a great film and definitely worth a watch.

      The animation is absolutely gorgeous, to the point of almost photo-realism. The opening scene takes place outside during heavy rain, and it practically looked like live-action in some places. The voice acting is, as always, fantastic. Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and the rest of the original cast fit back into their roles perfectly. The newer cast are all welcome additions (Keanu Reeves as Duke Caboom is a particular highlight). The character of Bo Peep has so much more depth this time around as well. The comedy mostly lands, though there are a few jokes that repeat one too many times, mainly the scenes where Forky keeps trying to throw himself into the bin, but it doesn't take away from the overall enjoyment of the film.

      The ending, while it is satisfying, and gives the characters a good send-off, still didn't quite hit me the same way as 3's ending did. I would say overall that, while it is my least favourite in the series, I'd still recommend it to anyone who has a vague interest in seeing it.

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      susan s.
      All the Fun of the fair. The franchise continues in good fashion.

      Love the continueing non-melodrama, mellow drama with small things showing great friendship and courage.Heroes are made up and found.Character developments and newbies. As good as its predecessors for me.

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      Rosina333
      Great way to complete the series!

      Have read many negative reviews of the 4th part of toy story… I have to say that I felt it brought the adventure to a “believable “ close.. the characters have maintained themselves over the 4 films. my 5 year old grandson was involved from the start, watched it from beginning to end in one viewing( something he doesn’t usually do).

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      Pete
      Irritating

      Toy Story 1-3 were amazing. Really engaging stories.

      The plastic fork character was so irritating and occupied so much time.

      Will there ever be a 5, doubt it.

      Great animation as ever - so top marks for that.

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      Anonymous
      another fun 3d movie

      OK, this was perhaps the weakest of the four movies. But that being said it was still a very good movie. As the toys truly move on to new pastures. the 3d blu ray does the movie justice too.

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      Marx1977
      Another great toy story movie

      Great movieOnly dropped one star cause the disc packaging was slightly damaged, not affecting the disc or content but just a bit annoying for myself as I’m a bit OCD with my disc colllections

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