Review of Toy Story 4: The Adventure of the Toy Mama
Review of toy machines: The Adventures of the Toy Mama is a film I’m fairly certain no one has seen. Movie review: Big-heart, heart-touching finale to Pixar’s classic animated franchise. Not much of a comedy, not much of an action film, the movie is more of a coming-of-age story, told in a steady, gentle way by Joanna Grande. Grandma (voiced by Helena Bonham Carter) has just acquired her own toy farm after her previous one was destroyed in a flood. With help from her son, Joanna realizes she can bring life to her farm once again…
Though the storyline may sound a little childish and over-the-top for children, it still manages to be incredibly moving, especially for a first film. Watching the life that Joanna and her grandkids will lead through (spoilers for those who haven’t watched the movie – it’s very graphic and disturbing) is both fascinating and heartbreaking. A parent review of toy story 4 parent review will inevitably cover some of the same points, but it will also deal more specifically with the plot and acting of the film – which is quite good, considering the film is directed by Wes Ball. There’s just something about watching a child act, and in this case it’s adorable little angels singing, dancing and generally having a great time.
Children are drawn to characters likeliest on their lists – and the main characters of the Toy Story family are very appealing, visually stimulating and simply fun to watch. The Disney animation elements add a level of whimsy not commonly found in animated features aimed at kids, and the combination of strong characters and great music is sure to be popular with children of all ages. This is the third film in the franchise, and it doesn’t get much better than this.