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IN THE JOYOUS ‘TOY STORY 4,’ THE TOYS EVOLVE TOO

It’s futile to ask “why more” in the movie business, but it’s hard not to go in a little suspicious of a fourth “Toy Story.”The trilogy was so perfect.

What more could we ask of Woody and Buzz? What more did we as an audience need? If we got another, would it live up to the unbridled joy and emotional satisfaction of the first three? And if it was bad, would it tarnish the

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