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Toy Story 4 (U)

Toy Story 4

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Friday 26 Jul 201914:00 Book Now (SINGLE SEATS)
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Skepticism is only natural when confronted with an unwanted entry to a series that concluded perfectly with the third.


Fear not Woody and Buzz fans! Turns out Pixar knew what they were doing all along - Toy Story 4 is simply wonderful. It’s possibly the zaniest of them all, certainly the funniest.


Forky is a plastic spork with mismatched googly eyes, pipe cleaner for arms, and an existential crisis. Despite not being an official toy - young Bonnie Frankensteins him together herself - he steals her affections over the others, Woody does his best to persuade this tortured soul that being a toy can be as rewarding as being a disposable utensil, but he is distracted by the sight of a small-town antique shop. Sneaking inside in search of his lost love, Bo Peep, Woody falls into the clutches of Gabby Gabby (Christina Hendricks), a damaged doll who has designs on his pull-string voice box. He escapes, but Forky doesn’t, which means that it’s time for one of the franchise’s signature rescue-missions.


Toy Story 4 reaffirms that Pixar, at their best, are like no other animation studio around. (Jack Whiting) You’ll have seen it by now, so come again and enjoy it properly here.