- IMDb 8.0
- Rotten tomatoes 97%
- Google user 90%
- Director – Josh Cooley
- Writer – John Lasseter , Andrew Stanton
- Release Date – 21 June 2019
This film also came to us as a film series. As far as the animation is concerned, most of us don’t have to watch anime films (in Sri Lanka) because they are mostly cartoons. Considering with other films this animation film have a good IMDb rating and have good earning. These animation films cost lot of money. 200 million cost for this film that we are talking about today. There has been a huge profit to cover the expenses like 1062 million. Let’s look at the film.
The film Series started in 1995 and this year in 1999/2010, the toy story has come together in two to three stories. Walt Disney Pictures and pixar Animation Studio were join together and we produced this animation film. This movie is the 3rd movie in this series
Let’s see about the story
In short, though bonnie goes to preschool he doesn’t have any friends there. One day a boy was throwing lot of rubbish on the Bonnie’s desk. With in this rubbish there is toy as Bonnie sees it. Bonnie fix that toy and Bonnie loves this toy. Actually, there’s a bit of a problem with Bonnie’s toy. Forky is the name of the toy. Forky just wanted to take his liberty.this movie has a run time of 100 minutes. This is good film that came in this year have a huge a income.
As the story unfolds, we’re treated to all of the elements that we’ve come to expect, including a mission to rescue a missing or kidnapped toy, a climactic action sequence reuniting separated characters, and a moment where a toy hilariously breaks the rule against letting humans know they’re alive. But on the whole, “Toy Story 4” which was written by Stephanie Folsom and Pixar veteran Andrew Stanton (“Finding Nemo”) and directed by Josh Cooley (“Inside Out”) breaks somewhat with tradition, in that it’s less of a straightforward, linear comedy-adventure than a patchwork of scenes, moments, and groups of characters, unified more by shared themes and ideas than by any particular thing that happens.
The toys are all defined by their relationship to a child, whether it’s a relationship that still is, once was, or hasn’t happened (yet). Once you get beyond that, things get curios and more curious. The toys within the “Toy Story” films simultaneously substitute for youngsters and adults (more the latter than the previous ,as “When She Loved Me” from “Toy Story 2,” one among the saddest songs in film history, testifies).But Woody’s specific mix of anxiety and depression here seems more like that of a grandparent than a parent.
Woody’s polite but frantic takeovers of Bonnie’s playtime evoke a newly-employed senior citizen starting at a new workplace that’s staffed mainly by younger folk who have their own way of doing things; and also a grandparent whose own kids grew up and left the house, and is now manufacturing a fresh sense of purpose by turning into a busybody who micromanages his granddaughter’s life, and second-guesses her parents.