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- June 21, 2019

'Toy'-ing with your feelings

Pixar's fourth (and final?) 'Toy Story' hits the road

1/2 (Century 16 & 20, Icon) High-tension action-adventure has always been a key ingredient in the "Toy Story" films, but "Toy Story 4" may well be the most consistently anxiety-inducing of them all. There's a palpable sense that the characters are pushing their luck, not unlike the creative personnel of Pixar Animation Studios. Conventional wisdom among the filmmakers, fans and even casual filmgoers accepted 2010's "Toy Story 3" as a perfect, emotionally satisfying ending for the series, but "Toy Story 4" makes a convincing case for Sheriff Woody saddling up again.

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