In a twinkling of an eye, the Toy Story series has been with us for decades. When I was a kid, the children who chased their parents for Woody and Buzz Lightyear dolls had grown up and set foot on their own trajectory. Along with the continuation of the film series, the toys that we gradually forgot, the joys that accompany our growth, those childhood that can no longer be traced back, are awakened again, immersed in the film, and enjoy our unique “toy emotion”.
Separation, laying down and inheritance have always been the core focus of Toy Story series. Originally, I thought Toy Story 3 was the big ending, because Andy grew up and the historic farewell arrived. This story line has come to an end, and the ending is quite perfect and moving. Adding one more stroke would be redundant. But I didn’t expect that the fourth episode would take us to a new height again. I didn’t expect that a pile of toys could be so full of human feelings and deeply understand the importance of companionship and love, so that toys are no longer just toys.
This time, Woody grew up. From that time on, he was in a tense mood, worrying about the host, other toys and friends, but never facing his needs. In the fourth episode, Woody finally found his own position and belonging, which was both romantic and sad.
Andy passed on the toys to Bonnie in the third episode. In the fourth episode, we inherited Woody’s ideas and continued to accompany Bonnie. These movies will also continue to be passed on to the next generation, so that more children can witness them personally. What is the most divine classic? It’s a very happy thing.
“In the past, I thought that life must be orderly. Now, I understand that only by living my life can I leave no regrets.” For toys, this is an “ultimate awakening” that does not depend on the spiritual freedom of any owner. Woody finally established a new outlook on life and ushered in a new life of his own.
For us, why not?