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SMR 251: Toy Story 4

Rod and Karen review the latest entry in Pixar’s Toy Story universe, “Toy Story 4.” We also discuss some movie trailers and your comments.

4 Comments

  1. SANDLERAGONY

    07/11/2019 at 6:09 PM

    Toy Story 4 was a wonderful time. It’s gorgeous, well-voiced, & tells a simple, yet effective story. Prior films were funny, but, I don’t know about y’all, but this G-rated movie had me cracking up. I owe Rashida Jones a big thank you for that with her writing. Great film.

  2. Enjoyed this movie. It was a great ending for the Woody story and the rest of the toys. My favorite characters beside Spork was the connected toys (Ducky and Bunny) and their imagination and the unicorn always trying to send the dad to jail.

  3. Hi Rod and Karen,

    My daughter (8) and I loved this movie! It was so fun. We had a great time and I was crying laughing at Duck and Bunny. The credit scenes were great too. I was actually pleasantly surprised that Gabby Gabby got Woody to give her his voice box. My prediction originally was that Gabby Gabby would learn that she doesn’t need it to be special to a kid, I remember some of my favorite toys being broken ones. But I liked that Woody helped her get a voice. Bonnie reminded me of my daughter, a lot. Especially since my daughter loves making miniature toys. And if she looses them. . .ugh. She’s gotten better about not being so sad if she looses one of the toys she’s made. But I have to buy her more materials to make more. When she was 5 she lost the miniature book that came with her pocket pet. It was 2 inches big and she lost it on our flight to Atlanta. The flight attendant was kind enough to go back on the plane and look for it. But I knew it was gone. She was sad for days.
    Every time Bonnie lost Forkie I laughed so hard. And that Unicorn who wanted the dad to go to jail! Lmbo.

    Thanks for the great review,
    Love y’all
    Iman

  4. Love the review. I know I won’t see it in the theater. I’m to old to be around a bunch of children I’m not related too.
    Keep up the great work.

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