The questions that followed the announcement of a fourth film in the Toy Story franchise – the whys, the hows, the ‘what more can you possibly do’ – are immediately replaced with far braver ones in Pixar’s most soulful film in years.
What, if anything, lives forever? What does it take to know your place in the world and accept the purpose you must fulfil? How do you give back the love you’ve so longed to receive your entire life?
The third Toy Story film saw a ceremonious hand-me-down from Andy to Bonnie, a little girl with an enormous imagination set to offer Woody, Buzz and all their friends a new life. But there’s trouble in paradise, when, on a lonely first day of kindergarten, Bonnie makes a new best friend.
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