'Toy Story 4' Review: Tom Hanks And Tim Allen Return The Toy Story movies have been skittering around the closets of our hearts for almost 25 years. Anchored by Woody the sheriff, voiced by Tom Hanks, they're central to the story of Pixar. Now we're up to Toy Story 4. This time, Woody has to protect a homemade toy named Forky, voiced by Tony Hale. Forky may just be a spork with a face, but he's special to Bonnie, the little girl Woody lives with.
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'Toy Story 4' Mixes Nostalgia And Existential Dread

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'Toy Story 4' Mixes Nostalgia And Existential Dread

'Toy Story 4' Mixes Nostalgia And Existential Dread

'Toy Story 4' Mixes Nostalgia And Existential Dread

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Woody (Tom Hanks) and Bo Peep (Annie Potts) reunite in Toy Story 4. Pixar/Disney/Pixar hide caption

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Woody (Tom Hanks) and Bo Peep (Annie Potts) reunite in Toy Story 4.

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The Toy Story movies have been skittering around the closets of our hearts for almost 25 years. Anchored by Woody the sheriff, voiced by Tom Hanks, they're central to the story of Pixar. Now we're up to Toy Story 4. This time, Woody has to protect a homemade toy named Forky, voiced by Tony Hale. Forky may just be a spork with a face, but he's special to Bonnie, the little girl Woody lives with.

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