Jaime Grijalba’s review published on Letterboxd:
Toy Story 4 (2019)
This is clearly inferior to the rest of the films, but this still manages to get some of the biggest bursts of laughing that I've had in a long time in a theater setting. The overall arc and how the plot seems to entirely be comprised of different sets of toys moving from one location to the other, and keeping track of that, is somewhat complex and commendable, but at the same time there's never a risk or a big threat for the characters, and the lack of a morally corrupt antagonist makes the whole thing feel a bit weightless. But still, you know, an extremely well animated and scripted film, which only fails because it's not as great as the others in the franchise.