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Still reliably fab: Toy Story 4 reviewed

22 June 2019

9:00 AM

22 June 2019

9:00 AM

Nearly 25 years on from its immaculate birth, Toy Story — like Wagner’s Ring, like John Updike’s Rabbit novels — has become a tetralogy.

Do we need another one? Isn’t it time for Woody the toy cowboy to stuff that hat on a peg and stop hanging around kids? The short answer is no. 

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