I still believe a fourth Toy Story film isn’t necessary at all. But I’m glad they produced a film that builds towards the toys and the impact they have on one another, rather than simply focusing on the toys and their impact on Andy or Bonnie for an entire film. Each toy’s story felt fulfilled …
Disney has reportedly asked theaters to notify audiences of possible epilepsy concerns ahead of the film.
There’s so much to like about this film, and director/writer Brad Bird gives those who love the first more of the same.
It shouldn’t be hard to stray from generic, mainstream music to try and reel in mass audiences. But here we are — a film that defies any sort of logic and basks in mediocrity.
Each string plucked by Miguel emitted a mixture of fun, happiness, love and courage — which is exactly what we feel from Coco.
There’s a tale to be told here — a fresh tale, and one that seems promising enough to play my heartstrings.
With Gru, Lucy and the girls returning after a four-year break, they never seemed to take time off and returned with charm, charisma and enough enjoyment to be taken far away for an hour and 30 minutes.