Toy Story 4
Simply put, Toy Story 4 is a wonderful delight, a savory comfort food you could return to again and again. Pixar excels in this series in having humor that works on one level for adults (or better "us grown-ups') and another for kids. Woody, Buzz Lightyear and some of Andy's old toys, who now belong to Molly, are concerned about her. She's isn't too thrilled about finally heading off to school. Woody stows away in her backpack and plays fairy godmother to make sure she adjusts.
During a class project, she creates her own newest toy Forky, and we learn whether child-made or mass-produced, they all have the same magic. The irony is the gang has to keep an eye on Forky because the last thing he wants to do is adjust. This is complicated by a road trip and doll (with an army of ventriloquist dummies) who wants a part of Woody he's not willing to give up. But the toys have a way of making friends to add to their army. The additions include Keanu Reeves, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele who are all perfect editions to this Pixar story toy box. It earns every one of its laughs and tears thanks to a well-written script packed with humor, emotion, and adventure. Yes, Toy Story 4 will give you the ALL the feels.