How does Toy Story do it? The money spent on and made by these animated films could put a dent in the national debt. And yet Toy Story 4 is stolen by a cheap piece of plastic named Forky. Who’s that? Forky is a whatzit that Bonnie (Madeleine McGraw), a wildly enthusiastic but attention-challenged kindergartener, made out of a plastic spork by adding googly eyes, a Play-Doh mouth, red pipe cleaners for arms, and popsicle sticks for feet. “I’m trash,” says Forky as voiced by the hilarious and heartfelt Tony Hale (Veep, Arrested Development) in a performance that’s part silly, part existential angst and totally sublime. All hail Hale for giving voice and dimension to this unforgettable new character. There should be a Forky in every home. Just be glad he’s in Bonnie’s home and in this movie.
Forky doesn’t know what the hell is going on. So he makes a perfect guide to the events in Toy Story 4. To sum up, cowboy Woody (the irreplaceable Tom Hanks) is feeling like a useless, old white dude ever since his owner, Andy, grew too mature for him in Toy Story 3 and passed him on to Bonnie. It really hurts when Bonnie takes off Woody’s sheriff star and pins it on cowgirl Jessie (glorious Joan Cusack). It seems like time’s up for Woody, though arguably toy astronaut Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) has it worse since the movie treats him like an afterthought.
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