"Find your inner voice."
Pixar had me sobbing alone in a theater packed full of children and families while watching a movie about talking toys. Nothing has changed.
The first three Toy Story films did a great many things right. Whether discussing jealousy between various toys and their owners, the terror of abandonment, or the melancholia of growing up, they were each educational tools for children as well as swift, graceful action pictures, bursting with foot chases and plans gone sour and the stress of a toy left behind. No matter how the original Toy Story trilogy ended up in your Pixar ranking, they're surely near the top, ranging from excellent to near-perfect cultural objects of evolving animation, in…