Alec Greer’s review published on Letterboxd:
The fact that the Toy Story films have been so quality consistent for as long as it's gone on for is astounding. I really cannot think of another film series that has been as consistently fantastic as this. And Toy Story 4 is no exception. An absolutely hilarious, heartwarming, and beautiful adventure from start to finish.
- This is Woody’s film and it concludes his character so profoundly. One of the best character developments I have ever seen in cinema.
- The animation is staggering, some of Pixar’s absolute best.
- It is hysterical, quite possibly the funniest one of the bunch. Thanks to Tony Hale’s delightful performance as Forky, Key and Peele hitting a homerun again as Ducky and Bunny, and Keanu Reeves as Duke Kaboom. MORE DUKE PLEASE!
- This is the best Bo Peep has EVER been.
- The themes of self actualization and moving on to new pastures are done incredibly well.
- THAT ENDING... um..... Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, they were right. I BAWLED! Bawled bawled bawled BAWLED!
What a freaking great entry to an absolutely timeless series of films. I love them so much and I will cherish them. To Infinity. And Beyond.