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Toy Story 4

Does anybody think that we need a 4th Toy Story movie, even since it took the team of Disney-PIXAR so long to do a 3rd movie. And don't you think that they ended it perfectly I am sure everybody has seen it, but I don't want to spoil for anybody that somehow hasn't seen it and wants to see it. The first Toy Story movie came out in 1995, Toy Story 2 came out in 1999, and Toy Story 3 came out in 2010. The first Toy Story movie was the only movie that was released in Gene Sickle's life time, as he had already passed away in 1999 when Toy Story 2 was released, Toy Story 3 was the last one to be released in Roger Ebert's life time. Gene Siskel passed away on February 20th, 1999 and Toy Story 2 was released on November 24th, 1999 so Gene would have been dead for months when Toy Story 2 came out. But what do you think yes or no to Toy Story 4 and why or why not?

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Toy Story 4 isn't needed, but i'll still watch the movie anyway.

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If I see Toy Story 4, I'll see it on Blu-Ray.

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I really don't want to see a 4th Toy Story movie at all, I thought Toy Story 3 wrapped it up very nice but if in case somebody hasn't seen it and wants to I will not spoil the ending of the movie, and I don't believe in spoiling the end of a movie in the first place.

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Toy Story 3 did offer perfect closure to the Toy Story saga rather well and while I don't mind a TS4, I'm not totally psyched for it. In the end, I guess the main reason I will see part 4 on home video is because I saw TS3 on DVD and not in the theater. But again, a part 4 feels like a cheap cash grab from Disney given that they own Pixar now.

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Personally, I was never too fond of the rather glib manner in which Toy Story 3 removed Bo Peep from the picture, so word that the fourth movie will focus on her has made me okay with the idea. At the very least, I'm curious to see where they're going with this.

In general, I'd like to see Pixar tone down on the sequels/prequels and return to making original pictures on a more regular basis, but Bo Peep does strike me as one loose end from Toy Story 3 that could merit exploration.

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I felt Toy Story 3 ended the film series perfectly and felt there was no need for a sequel. I was very upset back in November 2014 when it was announced Toy Story 4 was in production, but when word was said it was about Woody and Buzz finding Bo Peep, my anger softened and now I cannot wait to see some footage of it uploaded online. So, it's definitely a yes because the gang never really felt complete without Bo Peep.



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Toy Story 4 seems so pointless, but I'll probably watch it anyways.

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You do have a lot of time to decide if you will go to see it in movie theaters until June 21st, 2019 so you have less then 3 years before it is coming out
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