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Animation, Comedy, Family
After Bo Peep leaves Woody and the rest of her friends behind, Woody’s new kid, Bonnie, is set to start kindergarten. Struggling with the anxiety of going somewhere new and worried about making friends, Bonnie crafts a toy friend from a spork on her first day who then magically comes to life after she writes her name on the bottom of it. Quickly realising how important Forky is in Bonnie’s life – the thing that gives her comfort and security when she needs it the most – Woody resolves to protect the new toy at all costs. But when Forky goes missing on a family trip, Woody and co – with the help of some friends, old and new – must recover him. ‘Toy Story 4’ is a funny and heartfelt sequel about finding strength and discovering your purpose.
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5–16 years 102 mins
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All ages 104 mins
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5–14 years 103 mins
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