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'Toy Story 4' is an action-packed entry to the beloved franchise and will get the summer box office back on track

'Toy Story 4' is an action-packed entry to the beloved franchise and will get the summer box office back on track
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"Toy Story 4" is a worthy addition to the beloved Pixar franchise.




The feel of the movie is a mix of the heartfelt storytelling from the first three movies mixed with the action-adventure vibe of the franchise TV specials and shorts released after "Toy Story 3."




And the new characters like Forky (voiced by "Veep" star Tony Hale), Duke Caboom (Keanu Reeves), and Ducky and Bunny (Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, respectively) are scene stealers.




The "Toy Story" franchise has been on hiatus in the feature film space for close to a decade, but that shouldn't affect its box office.




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Nine years after the release of "Toy Story 3," the lovable toys that launched Pixar into a giant in the animation space are back and show little wear.
At the start of "Toy Story 4" (opening in theaters June 20), the gang are living comfortably with their new owner, Bonnie (voiced by Madeleine McGraw). Remember, at the end of "Toy Story 3," before Andy left for college, he donated his toys to her. The love for the toys Bonnie has is evident, but Woody (Tom Hanks) certainly isn't the top dog in her room like he was in Andy's. Bonnie even takes the sheriff badge off Woody and pins it on Jessie (Joan Cusack). And if that isn't demoralizing enough for Woody, he's discarded into the closet with the other toys Bonnie doesn't play with much anymore.
And this is when the movie becomes great.
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