Toy Story 4

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  1. Jersey Girl

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    His name is Forkie. Show some respect!
     
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    I think you are correct. Perhaps there could be a spin-off with some characters, but I think things are done here. (Saw it tonight, btw. Thought it was well done.)
     
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    I got to see a private screening yesterday because I do business with the franchise. Really liked it a lot. For a 4th installment I didn't feel like the characters or story lines are getting stale at all.
     
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    Took the family to see this. Excellent Pixar movie as always. Fitting ending for the characters. The way they ended feels pretty final to me. As much as I love these characters (my favorite of any animated franchise) I wouldn't want them to cheapen it (which I was worried about for this film but didn't happen) by revisiting these characters again.

    If you are even am minor Toy Story fan it's a must see.
     
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    Toy Story 4 Ever supercut clip:



    The video is courtesy of Lou’s Cafe, a side project from actor Topher Grace.
     
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    it was really good, but I don't need to see any more of these stories.

    I really hope Pixar sticks to it's guns when they say no more sequels and try to go back to the Golden Age when they were hitting grand slams almost every time at the plate with that incredible run of Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Up and Wall-E. I'm not the biggest Up fan, but I know a ton of people are and the rest of those movies are flat out masterpieces. I think they reached those heights with Inside Out and especially Coco which belongs in that pantheon, but enough of the Toy Story, Nemo, Incredibles franchises and the less said about the Cars franchise, the better.
     
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    Ive always hated cars for whatever reason. I thought it was okay but every time I thought the movie ended, there was 20 more minutes, the movie ended, 20 more minutes and it just kept going.
     
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    Cars was really bad, IMO. Was pretty much a straight up remake of DOC HOLLYWOOD. The sequels were all about merch.
     
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    My 3-year-old certainly likes it. Cars 3 was actually pretty good.
     
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    I like the first Cars, but I know most people don't. I didn't bother with the sequels.
     
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    I’ve grown to like it more and more due to my kid.
     
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    I actually heard 3 was the best of the bunch, but seeing as I didn't like the first one and loathed the 20 minutes of the second one I saw, it's more likely than not that I'll never watch 3.
     
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    I despise the 2nd one.
     
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    :lies: Those franchises keep me employed, so I say keep cranking them out.
     
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    What do you do for them?
     

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