All 4 Toy Story movies ranked from worst to best

Four incredibly touching movies, full of life lessons, giggles, and tears. But there can only be one - which one claims the throne as the best Toy Story movie?

FRIENDS IN LOW PLACES -- In Disney and Pixar’s “Toy Story 4,” the toys find themselves in the dusty shadows of Second Chance Antiques—a massive set that had to be stocked with thousands of objects, creating nooks and crannies that serve as the toys’ secret corridors. Featuring Annie Potts, Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key as the voices of Bo Peep, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Bunny and Ducky, “Toy Story 4” opens in U.S. theaters on June 21, 2019. ©2019 Disney/Pixar. All Rights
FRIENDS IN LOW PLACES -- In Disney and Pixar’s “Toy Story 4,” the toys find themselves in the dusty shadows of Second Chance Antiques—a massive set that had to be stocked with thousands of objects, creating nooks and crannies that serve as the toys’ secret corridors. Featuring Annie Potts, Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key as the voices of Bo Peep, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Bunny and Ducky, “Toy Story 4” opens in U.S. theaters on June 21, 2019. ©2019 Disney/Pixar. All Rights /
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1. Toy Story 4 (2019)

Imagine throwing a perfect party that everyone's still buzzing about years later, then deciding to throw another one because, well, why not? That's kind of what happened with Toy Story 4 - except it totally outdoes the OG party.

Toy Story 4 is like adding that exotic topping you never thought you needed. Sure, after Toy Story 3 wrapped things up so nicely, it felt like the pizza was already perfect - crispy crust, melty cheese, all the works. But then comes Toy Story 4, throwing pineapple on the pizza, and suddenly, you're wondering, "Do I need this?" The answer is YES.

Yes, because it brings new flavors to the party - introducing us to the charmingly existential Forky and giving us more of Bo Peep’s badassery, which, let's be honest, we all needed. And, if you're one of those poor, unfortunate souls who is prejudiced against pineapple on pizza - boo hiss.

All silliness (and pizza-talk) aside, Toy Story 4 does something remarkable. It doesn't just rest on its laurels and serve up the same old slices. It ventures into uncharted territory, exploring themes of identity, purpose, and letting go ( yes, again, but from a fresh angle). Woody's journey takes a detour that many didn't expect, offering him a new lease on life beyond being a loyal toy to his kid. It's like discovering a secret sauce hidden beneath the cheese that you didn't know you wanted until you tasted it. This movie ranks first in some hearts because it dares to be different, offering a bittersweet but fulfilling conclusion to Woody’s story that resonates deeply with anyone who's ever struggled to find their place in the world.

So, while it might seem like the extra topping we didn't order, Toy Story 4 proves that sometimes, the unexpected can be surprisingly satisfying.

The biggest takeaway from all of this is that each and every Toy Story movie has its own unique charm and contributions to the saga, making them all worth watching. While what makes a specific one your favorite could be a very personal reason, they all remind us to stay young on the inside and remember the magic of childhood and the memories we've made during our own.

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