'Toy Story' lives on, but should it have?


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If there is money to be made, it will be milked until who knows when! Just like Harry Potter, Star Wars etc.

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They have hit it out of the park three times already, and from all accounts this fourth one is another hit. I'm looking forward to it. I love all three movies. Watching them over and over (and over and over and over and over and over) with my kids when they were little is a great memory for me.

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I'm going to see Duke Caboom!

If nothing else, this is a chance to see more of Bonnie, who was adorable and endearing in Toy Story 3.

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I'm cool with it going on forever. Maybe I actually will go see a movie at the theater this time.

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I'd prefer they let sleeping dogs lie.

The Toy Story movies were great, but the first one came out almost 25 years ago, so its already a generation old. I have two little kids and I'd really like for their generation to be having original children's movies made for them rather than just regurgitated versions of what their parents saw as kids.

When I was a kid in the early 80s, just about every children's movie was original, they weren't forcing "Forbidden Planet 4" or "War of the Worlds 7" onto us, we had our own stuff. Why not give the current generation of kids their own movies based on original ideas?

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People tend to forget or ignore that this practice has been going on since the beginning. Countless Frankenstein, Dracula, King Kong etc sequels. Sherlock Holmes, Robin Hood, and so on.

Even the magnificent Forbidden Planet movie is a reboot of The Tempest.

I'm good with it. To infinity and beyond, as a much loved character might say...

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