Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Tony Hale, Joan Cusack, Keanu Reeves
Director: Josh Cooley
Running Time: 100 minutes
Certificate: U - very mild violence, scary scenes
PLEASE NOTE THAT CHILDREN MUST BE AT LEAST TWO YEARS OLD IN ORDER TO ATTEND REGULAR SCREENINGS
“Sweet Lord, this is good.”
- Kevin Maher, The Times
“Pixar plays with our emotions in one of the most delightful blockbusters ever made.”
- Robbie Collin, Daily Telegraph
“Quite simply, if you're a Toy Story fan and are planning to avoid Toy Story 4 because the trilogy ended so perfectly, you'll be missing out.”
- Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy
“Pixar has done it again with the funniest of the series.”
- Jamie East, The Sun
“Adults and kids alike will find its mix of comedy and pathos hard to resist.”
- Geoffrey Macnab, The Independent
“This fantastic film is rich with cross-generational appeal, and maintains the series' sense of childlike wonder at the world while also offering a deeply satisfying and emotionally mature experience.”
- Chris Hunneysett, Mirror
“Funny, tender and, in true Toy Story style, grown up.”
- Jamie Graham, Total Film
“Turns out, Pixar’s sentient toys can still make us cry.”
- Tomris Laffly, Time Out
“This is a funny, clever, inventive, richly endearing film.”
- Nigel Andrews, Financial Times
“It bravely explores the essence of what it is that makes each of us matter beyond the functions we serve as workers or as members of a family.”
- Oliver Jones, Observer
Woody (Tom Hanks) and the other toys have settled in well to life as Bonnie’s toys. Woody feels that his main purpose in the world is to take care of his kid… But he’s about to have a new challenge thrust upon him.
The creative young Bonnie has forged a new ‘toy’ named Forky (Tony Hale) out of a spork, a pipe cleaner, and stick-on eyes. This new addition to the gang is reluctant to accept life as a toy, so it’s up to Woody, Buzz (Tim Allen), and the gang to convince him otherwise.
Complications arise, though, when Forky decides he’s had enough, and escapes while Bonnie and her toys are on a road trip. But Woody has other ideas, and heroically chases after the troubled toy. Now detached from the group, though, the pair are well and truly lost.
Trying to work their way back to Bonnie, Woody and Forky come across Bo Peep (Annie Potts), now a lost toy at a fair who introduces them to a whole new world. As they discover the wonders of the fairground, the pair begin to consider what it really means to be a toy.
With the help of old friends and new, though, there are lessons to be learnt for both Woody and Sporky, as they figure out where they truly need to be.
This animated family comedy is Josh Cooley’s first feature-length film as a director and stars the voices of Tom Hanks (The Post), Tim Allen (Ralph Breaks the Internet), and John Hale (Arrested Development). It’s sure to bring joy, laughter and nostalgia as some of your old favourite characters come to life once again.