By See Latest Desk, Updated : Jun 20, 2019 04:34 IST
Toy Story 4 review - A must watchable entertainer of all aged people

Toy Story 4 is a New American computer-animated comedy film. The film is written by Andrew Stanton and Stephany Folsom begin with some new characters in this emotional and entertaining sequel. Hollywood has a well defined ability to grow up with breathe taking objects into reality and the "Toy Story 4" is perhaps the best example for that. 

Film Director Josh Cooley fill everything spot on to draw attention towards 'Toy Story 4' into the action mode as a miscellaneous group of toys are taken on a road trip. The fun adventure begins right from the start, as we see Woody inadvertently getting in trouble for always doing the right things. While the other characters (Potato Heads, Jessie, Bullseye, Hamm and Rex) are mostly relegated to the background, many laugh out loud moments.  The newcomers like the Canadian biker stuntman Duke Caboom (Keanu Reeves) and the doll named Gabby Gabby {Christina Hendricks) add a whole new twist to the tale. While Gabby's character develops in an intriguing manner.

Toy Story 4 is special in its strong emotional fabric woven into a fine narrative. Dialogues are fastened with high emotional impact and are delivered effectively in familiar voices. This brilliantly captures the film's core mission to humanise the bond between a child and a toy. Toy Story succeeds in achieving a lot more than just laughs. It manages to strike a universal chord with its audience, by posing deep and meaningful questions like the purpose of our existence. So, we can say that it is a totally entertainer for all aged people and enough comedy and action to make it a fun ride for children.