TOY STORY 4: Is It Deep or Dumb?

19 nov. 2019
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Toy Story 4 finds your favorite pack of sentient toys (and your new favorite sentient spork) out on a road trip that turns into, as always, an action-packed fight for survival. Is Pixar's latest film an unnecessary addition to cinema's best trilogy, or is there something really deep going on? Let's find out in this Wisecrack Edition on Toy Story 4: Is it Deep or Dumb?

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Written by: Amanda Scherker
Directed by: Michael Luxemburg
Hosted by: Helen Floersh
Motion Graphics by: Jackson Maher
Editing by: Isaac Gilbert
Produced by: Evan Yee

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  • Toy story 4 es una excelente película, que a mi parecer deja un final digno a la Saga

    Jorge GaidenJorge GaidenIl y a 8 jours
  • Why would you ask this for a kids movie?

    Rose Leather CraftsRose Leather CraftsIl y a 27 jours
  • Loved this analysis on Toy Story using Satre. Any idea on what book/books to get into Satre?

    nat15ifynat15ifyIl y a mois
  • Toy Story 2 Woody: Instead of going to the museum with you, you should come with me! Andy will play with us! Toy Story 4 Woody: *Bo's before bros!*

    MickelrävenMickelrävenIl y a mois
  • I disagree. Frankly, I don't think the fourth movie was warranted. The past three movies had revolved around toys struggling with staying loyal to not only their kids, but also their friends, and sticking with them no matter what. It's also about trust. The first film is about Woody feeling threatened by Buzz because he is worried about his relationship with Andy. The second movie is about Woody wanting to leave his friends and his kid for fame. Both movies serve to develop his trust in his kid, and his loyalty to both him and his friends, and their loyalty to him. The third movie is the true test: when his kid grows up and doesn't need him the way that he used to anymore. It was foreshadowed in the previous films, as Andy was growing up. Woody and Andy have a different relationship now, and Woody has to accept that it's okay, and that they'll always be together. It's essentially the story of a parent watching his child grow up and leave the nest, and, in the third movie, he has to take a leap of faith, the biggest test of Woody's trust thus far, and let him go. He just has to accept that even though Andy is less dependent on him, they'll always be together. He'll always have a friend in Andy and vice versa. It's a very moving, three-part story which is applicable to family, friendship, and any sort of relationship imaginable. It builds up to Woody's big act of trust subtly, and the third movie is a logical conclusion to this surprisingly deep, emotional, heartfelt story. It's not a perfect trilogy, but consistent, passionate, relevant, child-friendly, and, overall, great. Then they came out with Toy Story 4, a tale without the relationship between Woody and Andy, which was integral to the past three movies. It also shoved Buzz Light-year-- whose relationship with Woody, while less focused on, was also a major part of the first three movies-- and the rest of the toys, completely to the side, in order to focus on a love story between Woody and Bo Peep, a formerly minor, incidental character in every respect, not even appearing in the third movie. They also completely changed Woody, Bo Peep, and Buzz. In this movie, Buzz just acts like an irrelevant buffoon, who does everything based on his toy's recordings. Bo Peep used to be quiet and calm, rational and cautious, while somewhat flirty, a foil to the sometimes irrational, impulsive, and ultimately insecure Woody. In this movie, she's nothing more than an action-prone, flawless, stronger female version of how Woody used to be. Speaking of which, Woody used to be someone who took charge of situations, was brave and loyal, and didn't give up. He had a strong character, which, while he had faults, was distinctly his own. In Toy Story 4, he just follows along with whatever the other characters are doing, and doesn't have any clear motivations. Speaking of which, this brings to mind to major flaws with the movie. One of which is the premise. He's literally just chasing after a plastic spork throughout the movie, who wants to be trash. That's what the movie is about. He's got to return Sporkie-- yes, Sporkie-- to his new owner. Come on. Anyway, it's just a really dumb story-line, with bad characters, and terrible premise, and jumbled theme development. Look, as I've said before, Toy Story is supposed to be about Woody's developing trust, above all else. It's about loyalty, and him overcoming his insecurities and realizing that he'll always have a friend in Andy. It's also about Woody deciding that Andy will always have a friend in him, too. It's about him deciding to always be there for Andy when he needs him. And, again, the same story of him learning to both trust and be trustworthy, with his friends. He resolves all these issues by the end of the third movie, so it should've concluded there, right? Anyway, in the fourth movie, he's apparently reverted to the insecure toy he was in the beginning of the series. All the progress and character development he's gone through has been tossed out the window. However, in this movie, instead of going through the same mental journey and character arc as before, which would have been pointless, he does the exact opposite. Instead of coming to what I'm calling the "You've got a friend in me" conclusion, (because that song just encapsulates the theme and journey of the first three movies so well, in two lines: You've got a friend in me. And that friendship will never die.) he comes to the "I'm gonna abandon all my friends to hang out with my girlfriend" conclusion, which directly undermines the entire concept of Toy Story. Yes, there is more to a toy's life than to serve their kids, but this series isn't about freedom. It's about loyalty and trust. Plus, the toys aren't captives trying to break free. It's not that kind of relationship. Not only that, but the series is about choice. It's not like Woody chooses over and over to come back to his friends and his kid because he thinks that's what he's supposed to do. He comes back because he chooses to, because he loves them. That's what this series is about, but in the fourth movie, he just leaves, which is totally out of character. Yes, Andy left, too, but there's a difference. Andy was just less dependent on his toys and wanted to find his own way. He was just leaving the nest. He didn't need as close a relationship with the toys anymore, but they were still together. They drifted apart naturally, but still kept their bond. However, Woody just abandons his friends and his new kid out of the blue so he can hang out with his girlfriend. Out of nowhere. He didn't grow out of his fellow toys and his new kid, both of whom needed him. He just left because he didn't want to say goodbye to Buff Bo, the new and improved Bo Peep. Whereas, on the other hand, during the whole movie Woody was trying to get Sporkie to go back to the kid. It can be argued that Woody wasn't needed anymore, but in the other movies, he's always talking about being there for kids when they need you. In this, he leaves as soon as he starts feeling lonely. Plus, even if his abandonment was irrelevant to his kid, it was not so for his friends. In past movies, he's talked about sticking together, and how, even if Andy gives him up, he and Buzz will still have each other. In this movie, he basically just says, "Psych!" Look. The thing is, Woody's decision at the end doesn't make sense. Throughout the movie, Buff Bo seems to go on a character arc in which she starts off unattached to anyone. Then, she goes on a quest with Woody to help him help a human, has a fight with him about his seeming loyalty and devotion to his kid, and learns that that's one of the things she loves about him, becoming more attached to her friends as well. Sporkie, too, goes through a character arc that makes him devoted to his kid as well. For most of the movie, Woody is loyal, too, and all this is portrayed as a positive thing. Then, at the end, he makes the choice which makes no sense considering his character until now, and considering the themes present before this moment. It could have been just as moving, and way more consistent a scene if Woody had just realized that he and Buff Bo had to go different places in life, and they had to say goodbye again. I think the people who made Toy Story 4 missed the point of the series and made this movie exclusively for younger kids, because it has oversimplified characters, poorly developed themes, and terrible humor. It seems like it's talking down to you. So, yeah. In the first three movies, you get a deep, personal, conclusive story about love, trust, and devotion. In this movie, you get Woody chasing after a spork and running away with Buff Bo. It's just a love story with some action revolving around a plastic spork who thinks he's trash. Yes, there is emotion, but it relies mainly on our attachment to the characters we know from the other movies. Now, I won't lie. I did enjoy watching this movie, and I was invested in it's characters, because even though they're different, they are still Woody and his compatriots. I was somewhat interested in the plot, because I have lost a toy I loved (and still love), and I know how it feels.

    Asher CopakenAsher CopakenIl y a 2 mois
  • I actually think is neither of them

    agostina cabreraagostina cabreraIl y a 2 mois
  • Forky's birth screech is to highlight that it isn't capable of speech (as every other toy is) because he's imperfect--a toy to be discriminated against, derided, and differentiated; to be made a fool and to reinforce that it's nothing but "trash." Forky is the butt of other toys' and humans' gallows humor, an object of ridicule and thinly-veiled hate, an outcast in an otherwise perfect world (built by Disney and helmed by Pixar). This is "cartoon classicism": a toy must be 'relevant' to the Disney-Pixar universe--even if only as an object of derision--or, be simply designated "trash."

    Lincoln7EchoLincoln7EchoIl y a 2 mois
  • 4:21 don’t you know buzz acting strange!!!!! He not like this!! Did you even watch all of the toy story or didn’t pay attention to character development ? As you know buzz having trouble making decisions most of the time because he got reset so many time and got hit by freaking tv. So he got brain damage or something. Part he did heroic thing that he grab everyone hands to accept their fate is with his consciousness , however it happened when needed the most like buzz said “Bonnie will be okay” or tell Bonnie about backpack. He still suffering making decisions MOST of the time. But I believe Buzz we know is still there Hopefully buzz will one day fully recover from this tv and reset incident and be the buzz we all know from toy story 1 to 4 with all of this memories (heroic awesomeness) and his consciousness. P.s the movie doesn’t show that buzz is significant suffering brain damage until we have to figure it out on our own which is bad. Because we supposed to know that right away

    KyleKyleIl y a 3 mois
  • i know it isn't popular these days but there can be made a case for a feminist angle, spesifically if you focus on the way woody always attempts to take control of every situation with bonnie (where he isn't the leading toy but that little doll is). Then theres the contrast to bo's independence, and woody in the end choosing to give his voice to empower another fetoy (femaletoy) :^) im writing this realizing this probably will give 'the people' more reason to hate this movie, when its speaks to its greatness that its far more layered then the others

    DeadEndFrogDeadEndFrogIl y a 3 mois
  • Karma karo phal ki chinta mat karo

    brus lukasbrus lukasIl y a 3 mois
  • I honestly felt as though the story was about accepting death in ones twilight years, Bo is a wife that had already passed, Gabby is a child in need of a transplant organ, the final scene is the acceptance that ones race is done, that all that can be done has been done, and that rest, and in this case, an eternal paradise with ones love, is the reward for a long life spent doing good, ducky and bunny represent children possibly that never got to see life to its finish, Duke represents the tortured soul of one who died full of regret, the antique store is a purgatory, for those that either never knew their place in the world, or those who are bound by the regrets and sorrows of their short lives, longing for closure

    Greg RobinetteGreg RobinetteIl y a 3 mois
  • I saw this movie right after I graduated, so I saw it as a coming of age film as woody leaves behind his old life in favor of a new one with bow peep.

    Fred TrunceFred TrunceIl y a 3 mois
  • It needed to happen. Don’t talk smack about it. Wrapped up the trilogy, explained plot holes, and brought more humanity to the characters

    WolfricWolfricIl y a 3 mois
  • Ah yes, Buzz's inner voice! The thing that was never a thing for three whole movies

    Jack HeartsJack HeartsIl y a 3 mois
  • 1. Why do toys need to sleep? 2. Why does Buzz need his voicebox to make decisions? 3. Why does Gabby-Gabby get what she wants when she's the villain? 4. Why does Woody throw away his entire belief system over Bo Peep?

    GreatsaiyakirbyGreatsaiyakirbyIl y a 3 mois
  • The deep meaning this review was saying are Trash and non sense like Forky. Hahahaha Stupid review

    I'm dumb but,I'm dumb but,Il y a 4 mois
  • thank you dear wisecrack creators for all these mind-blowing revelations.

    Brilliance RoseateBrilliance RoseateIl y a 4 mois
  • It was like a filler episode..the mother was a little too hot though..

    swarnak Rayswarnak RayIl y a 4 mois
  • Imagine Andy coming back to see Bonnie and see if she likes the toys still and then learning that his favorite toy and basically what helped him get through hard times and was possibly passed down by some family member wasn’t being played with and went missing. Ouch

    Goose • v •Goose • v •Il y a 4 mois
  • If Shrek Forever After was a cash grab as you claim the series wouldn’t have ended and we would’ve gotten a Shrek 7 by now

    Mustiboi SalmanMustiboi SalmanIl y a 5 mois
  • 0:27 >"Sequels often feel like clumsy, narratively gratuitous cash grabs" *>Shrek 4 is shown* Excuse me what? You did not just diss Shrek 4 like that.

    Walt PhillarsonWalt PhillarsonIl y a 5 mois
  • Wow, after seeing this I realize how close in philosophy satanism and feminism are

    DominicanSoulsBourneDominicanSoulsBourneIl y a 5 mois
  • Why Bo Peep a baddie now though, she kinda thick ngl

    tomtik101tomtik101Il y a 5 mois
  • Sees title: It's deep, very very very deep. In fact it's actually my favorite out of all the Toy Story films.

    Unplanned EntertainmentUnplanned EntertainmentIl y a 5 mois
  • Toy Story 4 is DEEPLY DUMB. The toys were all out of character especially Buzz they made the boi dumb

    Donut ChanDonut ChanIl y a 5 mois
  • Definitely existentially charged story

    Alex ZeroAlex ZeroIl y a 5 mois
  • Toy story 4 is just lame, visually is stunning, in story content is just meh, totally unnecessary

    José FernándezJosé FernándezIl y a 5 mois

    Mustiboi SalmanMustiboi SalmanIl y a 5 mois
    • @Mustiboi Salman Yeah, quite.

      Walt PhillarsonWalt PhillarsonIl y a 5 mois
    • Walten P agreed if it were a cash grab the series wouldn’t have ended and we would have gotten a Shrek 7 by now

      Mustiboi SalmanMustiboi SalmanIl y a 5 mois
    • I was just going to say that.

      Walt PhillarsonWalt PhillarsonIl y a 5 mois
  • The music is enraging.

    MsElectricsurgeMsElectricsurgeIl y a 5 mois
  • This turned into Nier Automata

    Travis TouchdownTravis TouchdownIl y a 5 mois
  • Toy Story 4 seems to have really inspired what feels like thousands of film analysis videos since it released at cinemas.

    The Yorkshire Time LordThe Yorkshire Time LordIl y a 5 mois
  • Well they made buzz dumb

    sun shinesun shineIl y a 5 mois
  • Deep

    Oirich EntertainmentOirich EntertainmentIl y a 5 mois
  • Why cant it be both

    Gaven MilesGaven MilesIl y a 5 mois
  • the wisecrack team must be a hivemind. They all read the same lines at the exact same pace etc. then there are lines like "now back to the show" "guys" etc.

    dennis askelanddennis askelandIl y a 6 mois
  • i compared Dark Souls to TS4: Woody has devoted himself to being there for a kid like how the humans in DS devote themselves to the light and linking the fire. Some of the toys say being a "lost toy" with some stigma behind it, that reminds me of hollowing and how some are ok with in DS. that's what i have right now but i'm sure others can draw more parallels it Dark Souls.

    deadeyedeadeyeIl y a 6 mois
  • I see the title and can't help but answer:DUMB!

    Cartoon Judge! C.G.Cartoon Judge! C.G.Il y a 6 mois
  • I advise you to watch or to listen to the Wisecrack podcast, which is much more interesting and balanced.

    zikabukzikabukIl y a 7 mois
  • This woman looks almost exactly like Emma Watson

    EpicOtterEpicOtterIl y a 7 mois
  • Sporky is a pharmaceutical millennial and Bo Beep is a woke femenazi, while Woody is a lost and emotionally driven straight white male. Quite a dissapointing movie. Completely boring

  • Honestly Toy story 4 shouldn't have existed. At least this version. Have Andy come back with a child of his own. Does Woody abandon Bonnie before the inevitable heartbreak of seeing bonnie grow up or go back Andy and be with his family forever. Maybe have flashbacks of Woody realizing what being a toy is with Andy's father

    Perri LewisPerri LewisIl y a 7 mois
  • 16:52 So, I guess that explains the psychology behind vore fetishists

    Killer MothKiller MothIl y a 7 mois
  • Wow... I didn't expect this to dig into the realm of psychology, but that made the video surprisingly interesting

    mmangaboi _mmangaboi _Il y a 7 mois
  • Toy Story 4 was a bizarre film, but I liked it better than I thought i would. Sporky's whole character disturbs me because of the implications of his character with existentialism and purpose. It's such an unsettling plotline, and a lot deeper than I expected for what I thought would be a cash grab sequel. The fact that Woody doesn't choose to continue to devote his life to a child was interesting too, showing that toys can do more than just be for a child, which is weird since this is the first time that the series has said this was fine, dismissing the idea heavily in Toy Story 2.

    TheTon1789TheTon1789Il y a 7 mois
  • Ojalá esto tuviera subtítulos al español, sé que me estoy perdiendo algo bueno.

    Montse CazarezMontse CazarezIl y a 7 mois
  • Most definitely dumb

    FlameSp33y AMVFlameSp33y AMVIl y a 7 mois
  • If they made A Comeback of Lotso, I'd enjoy the Hell out of this Movie

    Float WatermelonFloat WatermelonIl y a 8 mois
  • Ol there ear bud thing. I got a cheap pair that's works perfectly fine, and I dont notice a difference between them and my wired ones they're the onn earbuds and they cost 10 bucks. Alot cheaper than your 80 dollar ones

    david millerdavid millerIl y a 8 mois
  • Or we can just say that 4 undermines everything they spent 3 films building to that point and ruins it all.

    Jason RuedigerJason RuedigerIl y a 8 mois
  • Shrek 4 is far deeper then toy story 4

    Diego Dank Quixote-wryDiego Dank Quixote-wryIl y a 8 mois
  • The first 3 films were an obvious allegory for parenthood, so Toy Story 4 feels like a punch in the stomach. Not only does Woody abandon his child who picked favorites (by the way Andy did the same thing in the first movie), he runs off with another toy who plays with all the kids. It feels like Woody and Bo Peep are being selfish parents who only want to play with kids moment to moment and take no responsibility on their own. So either the parent analogy doesn't work anymore at all, or this was intentional: telling us that we should think for ourselves before our children. But also, it's possible there was no deep meaning behind the film as was just meant to be a fun and emotional ride. I like the movie as is, but the more I think about analogies, the more I feel this film ruins the franchise.

    Wesley WhitesideWesley WhitesideIl y a 8 mois
  • Good vid. Loved this one 😀

    AllanAllanIl y a 9 mois
  • Wtf! Where is the man?

    jeuri f.jeuri f.Il y a 9 mois
  • It was unnecessary! Pixar only made it to screw DreamWorks at the Oscars and forbid HTTYD3: The Hidden World from winning the Best Animated Feature award! Disney's a *Fascist!*

    Martyn McMurrayMartyn McMurrayIl y a 9 mois
  • But choosing your own path is what mythology states as a fundamental part of morale choice. This is dumb.

    Your Friendly Neighborhood JewYour Friendly Neighborhood JewIl y a 9 mois
  • Is it just me or does Helen resemble Emma Watson?

    Bei Ying SeahBei Ying SeahIl y a 9 mois
  • I think this video is a dysfunctional failed reflection of personification as suspension of disbelief becomes basis of dogma. Sorry Jared, respects!

    Fulton Michell CaubangFulton Michell CaubangIl y a 9 mois
  • I think toy story 4 was fine, but it made toy story 3 a joke. It ruins all the choices made in 3 and makes all the heartfelt moments feel empty and weak

    MammonMammonIl y a 9 mois
  • Toy story 4 is the worst. Toy story movie.

    Lalboi ManlunLalboi ManlunIl y a 9 mois
  • ad: 0:00, skip ad: 2:21 10% :(

    3ICE3ICEIl y a 9 mois
  • i am okay with things becoming increasingly secular. very okay with that. life is more fun that way.

    DeVernePersonalDeVernePersonalIl y a 9 mois
  • Here is an idea for deep or dumb. The underworld franchise on their daddy issues in reference to Generation Y parental issues, such as the deterioration of the family unite that both GX and the boomers had and it’s effects on GY.

    WhyzwolfWhyzwolfIl y a 10 mois
  • Just another unnecessary sequel to make money which hurts the ending in 3. Reminds me of that awful Star Wars sequel trilogy but not as bad.

    ripseezeripseezeIl y a 10 mois
  • Amazing analysis 💪💪❤

    Carlos R. MattoCarlos R. MattoIl y a 10 mois
  • You like like a female Mathew Baynton (don't worry, that's a compliment, because Mat B is absolutely gorgeous)

    Jools HarmesJools HarmesIl y a 10 mois
  • 0:31-0:34 you just triggered Schaffrillas Productions.

    Reny RexReny RexIl y a 10 mois
  • Excellent work. 👍👍👍👍👍

    Kan SupapaKan SupapaIl y a 10 mois
  • Always nice to have a Helen video. Thanks wisecrack

    kenji_03kenji_03Il y a 10 mois
  • Freedom is selfish and lonely...

    Kristina KinlicheenyKristina KinlicheenyIl y a 10 mois
  • What went wrong is the ending was disappointing to me that not how conclusion end Here's what the conclusion what supposed to be end Act 1:buzz and the others trying to figuring out how to rescue woody.po peep and others Act 2:woody po peep and others was head to the end of carousel Act 3:but they stop and saw a lost little girl trying find her parents then doll girl (can't remember her name) she tell others to go ahead and leave she have to be with the little girl Act 4:Meanwhile buzz and the others was able to made it to the Amusement park and waiting for Woody Po peep and the others Final Act : woody Po peep Duck and bunny was successful made it to the R.V car expect for motorcycle guy(don't know his name) he stays behind because he went to find purpose in life And story ends with Woody reunited with Po peep and new toys join in the groups. THE END😤😧

    Mthiyane NdabaMthiyane NdabaIl y a 10 mois
  • Can you do a Back to the Future Part 2 Deep or Dumb? One of the most complex sequels ever!

    ChrisChrisIl y a 10 mois
  • If any toy wanted to return to the womb, they would buy a ticket to China.

    Roach DoggJRRoach DoggJRIl y a 10 mois
  • “ God doesn’t exist.” How do you know?

    Mona LisaMona LisaIl y a 10 mois
  • Is Karl Mueller's Rebirth deep or dumb?

    Ron Ng PeeRon Ng PeeIl y a 10 mois
  • Everyone’s gangsta until you call Shrek 4 a bad cash grab.

    S. WuS. WuIl y a 10 mois
  • Video starts at 2:22 everything before that is ad.

    Mario ElenaMario ElenaIl y a 10 mois
  • Oh my God!!!! Some one else actually peeped bo peep!!! I was thinking I was crazy there for a second 🤣

    Camay RumCamay RumIl y a 10 mois
  • i'm disappointed in the existential reality that is your misunderstanding of your business position in reading scripts fed to you by men who think FOR you.

    Dan -Horsenwelles- WilliamsDan -Horsenwelles- WilliamsIl y a 10 mois
  • “Forky thinks he’s trash and keeps trying to end it all by throwing himself away” wasn’t expecting to be personally attacked when I clicked on this video but oh well.

    High-C Fruit punchHigh-C Fruit punchIl y a 10 mois
  • Dumb

    MeruiMeruiIl y a 10 mois
  • Raycons is crap

    la lalala lalaIl y a 10 mois
  • I don’t like her voice

    SufiGuySufiGuyIl y a 10 mois
  • I can tell the conclusion of this video is deep or dumb by looking at the like-dislike-ratio

    Bloody HBloody HIl y a 10 mois
  • DUMB

    Real_Slim_ShadyReal_Slim_ShadyIl y a 10 mois
  • Do heathers and Carrie

    Mana*Swi*Mana*Swi*Il y a 11 mois
  • Nobody, wisecrack niggas lets show this famous philosopher cross eyeing Me niggas, dude why this bruv look like a niggas homie

    Esprit de CorpsEsprit de CorpsIl y a 11 mois
  • If you change the second interpretation as Bonnie being an agnostic shepherd it would fit better. She’s really a mentally liberated post modern idealist rather than a temptresses from the cult of toydom. She’s the reason the first interpretation works, being the character that radically redefines what the existence of a toy is. What Bonnie is and what that makes Woody by the end of the film is the core message of the movie

    Subtle GongSubtle GongIl y a 11 mois
  • Great host, congrats Helen! I love this take on toy story, it definitely make me se the movie and it connection so different

    Gustavo Curiel MendiolaGustavo Curiel MendiolaIl y a 11 mois
  • Well theoretical philosophical ideas have become new atheist's religion

    David ReynoldDavid ReynoldIl y a 11 mois

    Michelle CamachoMichelle CamachoIl y a 11 mois
  • I *hate* Toy Story 4 SO MUCH. I never want to have to think about that movie ever again.

    Jim Dot BeepJim Dot BeepIl y a 11 mois
  • Toy Story 4 was okay by it's own merits but as a sequel it's terrible, because Andy's model was off, bo-peep's model was off, her voice acting wasn't the same, her personality was wrong, Bonnie's disinterest of woody was forced, and none of the Toys did anything. But I like the Bo-Peep as Satan interpretation, unfortunately that's clearly isn't what the film maker were going for.

    PoTato Head PokéMarioPoTato Head PokéMarioIl y a 11 mois
    • I like the first interpretation, and that was probably also close to what the makers were going for.

      TrurlTrurlIl y a 10 mois
  • IDK who but helen looks like someone and I can't seem to remember and it's really bugging me.:|:| The theme of freedom and choice was most definitely the main theme of the movie. The analysis was really good and looked at the movie from different perspectives. the comparison between the relationships between woody & bo peep to faust & the devil(he had another name in the book I think) was really clever and amusing.

    Hossein FaridNasrHossein FaridNasrIl y a 11 mois
    • @Trurl yeah tnx. .)

      Hossein FaridNasrHossein FaridNasrIl y a 10 mois
    • Mephistopheles

      TrurlTrurlIl y a 10 mois
  • I haven't seen this movie yet but HOLY SHIT does the animation look amazing compared to TS3

    CorvaxCorvaxIl y a 11 mois
  • jUST TO REMIND EVERY1 SATRE WAS a uncaring womanizer who treated them like shit... his philosophy is still app.

    Silver RavenSilver RavenIl y a 11 mois
  • Hey wisecrack, for you next deep or dumb could you consider doing the Netflix series final space on Netflix. There are currently two seasons out. And although the tone is extremely dumb and silly it be cool to see if you guys could unearth any deeper meaning. Love what you do. Peace

    Harrison TurnerHarrison TurnerIl y a 11 mois
  • You know what's trash? All your three interpretations

    Mateus RamosMateus RamosIl y a 11 mois
  • >Implying Shrek 4 is a cashgrab at the start of the video. [Everyone disliked that]

    Evil Paragon 4Evil Paragon 4Il y a 11 mois
  • I'm planning to blog about this movie because it was so good. Very few people caught the themes on the level which you have covered here, and I think you are spot-on. I agree with the "children-as-gods" interpretation of this movie, rather than the "parenthood" angle--which is only truly present in the relationship between Woody and Forky, but is not a common theme among all the characters. Also, a lot of people were confused that Woody and Bo would help other toys find children when it is a life they left behind. As you point out, the different is *choice*, and in terms of a toy's life arch, Bo and Woody are in a much different "season of life" than most of the toys they are helping (including Gabby Gabby, who is "older", but never had the experience of having a child, so she is arrested in a sense). In my opinion, this is the best Toy Story in terms of theme.

    Nathaniel WildstoneNathaniel WildstoneIl y a 11 mois
  • I like your new host

    SuçonsSuçonsIl y a 11 mois