Toy Story 4
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I was disappointed after all the pre-release hype this movie received. Character development was lacking in substance, while the story line jumped around making it difficult to follow any one thread. Not to mention the twist at the end when they once agin change the rules, on a life or death game. The writers must have thought this was going to be an Aha moment, where for this viewer it was simple an "Oh jeez" one. I also literally left the theater with a headache from all the camera jerking around. The one redeeming factor was the performances by the actors, that is when you could see them during a still shot.
I saw this movie at the Phoenix premier. What a wonderful follow-up to an American Classic. The acting was a highlight for this reviewer because of the casting of some new and refreshing talent. Paulie Rojas played an adult Dorothy Gale, and provided a delightful blend of the fiesty original character from the beloved classic, while also capturing the power of innocence needed to oppose the forces of evil. This is a must for OZ lovers. If you haven't shared the original with your kids, rent it, then take them to see this 20 year later sequal. They'll love it! Eliza Swenson plays the quintessential Wicked Witch. While I would have enjoyed seeing more of Christopher Lloyd, he never fails to entertain an audience.