. . . Pixar really doesn’t hear the criticisms of it becoming a sequel-machine, now does it?
I’m not sure how I feel about this one quite yet. On the one hand, the story closed so well in Toy Story 3 with a perfect ending. Why ruin that? On the other hand, those little toys are so fun and imaginative for little kids, it will be interesting to see what new characters are introduced.
If I hear good reviews, I’ll check it out. If I hear bad reviews, I’ll pretend it doesn’t exist.
Seriously. The last movie wraps up the series perfectly. I really hope they don’t poison it.
PS – If Pixar HAS to make sequels, then at least have the decency to make an Incredibles 2.
They are. They announced it a while ago.
Oh. Cool. 🙂
I know Brad Bird is working on the Incredibles 2, but unsure if he will be director. As great as Mission Impossible 4 was and Tomorrowland may be, I do hope we see Brad Bird direct another Pixar film again.
Thank pix r
They could at least admit that it is all about the money, and nothing else. All this “I am so excited” nonsense just makes me sick.
At first, I thought that “Toy Story 3” was a last movie of the Toy Story series, but now there’s gonna be the fourth Toy Story movie? Go figure. I wonder what this going to be about.
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