It’s been almost a quarter century since Disney/Pixar introduced the world to a pull-string cowboy named Woody and a plastic winged spaceman named Buzz — and darned if they still, in “Toy Story 4,” can’t make us laugh, smile, and get a little emotional about the inner life of children’s playthings.
“I don’t remember it being this hard,” Woody, again voiced by Tom Hanks, laments about the job of making a small child happy. His current kid, Bonnie, has relegated Woody to the closet while she plays with Buzz (voiced by Tim Allen) and the others. But Woody remains loyal to his kid, even if he’s feeling ignored.
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