Toy Story 4

                  

Randy Newman is singing “I can’t let you throw yourself away” which is shot towards Woody played by Tom Hanks. Woody was a very good friend to Randy who was his owner, and after that got passed down to a little girl named Bonnie, who at the end of toy story 3 was given all of Andy’s toys. There is a new character that the song is shot towards also, A character Which Bonnie created. Not the best creation, but hey. This character goes by the name Forky played by Toney Hale, who has arms that are pipe cleaners and his feet are popsicle sticks, And the body is basically a spork. Forky decides to break free from Andy and Bonnie and throw himself into the nearest trash possible every chance that he gets, But here’s the thing, hes on this specific mission because of the fact that its where he feels comfortable at, in the trash.

Not because of any emotional downside feeling, I mean he is a utensil, so he feels like diving in the trash is a fulfilling mission of his, as if that were his purpose. The viewers feeling for this Toy Story franchise just can’t seem to go away, This is the fourth movie of the franchise, and not one movie has dropped below the perfect status. Might be another reason for the ” I can’t let you throw yourself away” song. Some plots still remain the same from previous toy story movies like on another note, there’s a toy feeling as if it’s no longer special, and have inability to keep a child’s attention. But that’s not all folks, the movie gives us way more than just that, that’s why The toy story franchise always succeeds because it keeps a bit of the same plots but than it sprinkles a little new magic to keep viewers interested. The first half of the movie gives us the whole Woody and Forky scenario. Then it gets back to what we are used to, the playful toys that we loved from the other Toy Story movies, Like cowgirl Jesse and Buzz Light year played by Tim Allen, And get introduced to a few other ones like Ducky and Bunny played by Jordan Peele and Keanu Reeves as Duke Caboom, He does a great job as kid character as well just like he delivers in the John Wick series, that’s an amazing actor.

you also have the plush collectibles that buzz light year comes across in the film, The motorcycle rider, And a 1950’s era doll with a broken voice box that rules a kingdom at an antique shop.Toy Story wouldn’t feel the same without her character being apart of it, she definitely added that old touch to the movie. As the movie carries on we get some exciting extras, A toy breaks a major rule in the movie, he lets the humans know that they are not just your regular toys And other toys are on a mission to rescue a toy that has been kidnapped like in the previous movies, And we get a plot where separated characters are reunited.
Toy Story 4 also pinpoints on Woody and Bo peep having a meaningful conversation about being a toy. Which believed to be placed at the right time in the movie. The Toy Story franchise is one that never gets old, and always adds a little touch here and there to keep the story the same but fresh, It has a strong skill for beating the odds. I can’t wait to see that the filmmaker comes up next to the next one.

 

 

Toy Story 4
Rated: G
Release date: June 21 , 2019
Run Time: 100 minutes
Directed by: Josh Cooley
Producers: Jonas Rivera, Mark Nielsen 
Starring: Jeff Garlin, Tony Hale, Estelle Harris, Bud Luckey, Jeff Pidgeon, Christina Hendricks, Ally Maki, Don Rickles, Jay Hernandez, Mel Brooks, Betty White, Carl Weather, Carol Burnett, Carl Reiner, June Squibb

Creed II

 

                     

 

 

This movie is more sizeable and louder than its forerunner, But yet the movie never loses its focus on the original characters in the first one. Like the original movie, the lives of Adonis Creed his mentor Rocky Balboa and girlfriend Bianca are still dwelled upon. There is more suspense in this sequel as the Creed couple figure out things in their new married life and will Rocky be able to reunite with his kid. Creed II seems to be flying the same way that the original Rocky movies did, leaving the fans wondering will this just be a repeated franchise. For the first creed, that idea was fully understandable,in the first creed Donnie is trying to escape the shadows of his famous boxing father to make his own way, while he battles with his legacy. Rocky’s new role as the mentor to Donnie Creed feels like when the stallion had mickey in his corner.

Creed II starts off with Drago from a previous rocky movie.he is training Viktor, his son. Just like Rocky, you can see him aging in this movie when the audience sees his presence the screen command was all his. To get back right with the graces of the Russians, which he kind of lost losing to Rocky in one of the previous Rocky movies, he needs Donnie to get the heavyweight title. The older version of rocky seems more on the quiet side dealing with regret, Drago is on his mission to gain what he ounce had. For some reason in the movie, it feels as if these two old heads would go at it one more time. While all this is playing out, the movie shows us the loving side of “Creed II” with the affection between Adonis and Bianca. The chemistry between these two is amazing. She allows him unashamed vulnerability, and he gives her the opportunity to be strong.

“Creed II” slightly recreates the boxing ring introduction from the Rocky vs Drago movie, Donnie gets a song from his Bianca. The Creed family keeps the black love going in the movie, these two are very inspiring for the viewers. Their relationship plot in the movie is very funny romantic. Most of all its also relatable and complex like Donnie and Rocky’s mentor relationship. Donnie and Bianca’s love plays the center of the movie.
you cant think of one without thinking of the other one type of thing. The entertaining scenes of the movie are the boxing scenes of course, though it has nothing on the boxing match in the original filmed by Maryse Alberti, nor does it have that stir of emotions as it was when it was filmed by Coogler.

Still, there are enough treats here for the fans, surprising cameos with some well-known actors from former rocky movies, Phylicia continues her incredible role as Donnie’s stepmother. Russell Hornsby grabs the audience as he plays the boxer promoter, looks similar to Don King.There are plenty of good moments in this movie worth cheering about big or small.You can feel that Donnie’s character is well played by Michael.That this sequel was a very well-loved movie. It makes us think will there be any more special guests in the next Creed movie, Mr. T maybe.

 

 

Creed II
Rated: PG-13
Release date: November 19, 2018
Run Time: 130 minutes
Directed by: Steven Caple Jr
Producers: Sylvester Stallone, Kevin King Templeton, Charles Winkler, William Chartoff, David Winkler, Irwin Winkler, Udi Nedivi
Starring: Michael B. Jordan , Sylvester Stallone , Tessa Thompson , Dolph Lundgren , Florian Munteanu Phylicia Rashād , Wood Harris , Andre Ward , Raul Torres