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FAFC presents - TOY STORY 4 - Sat 29 Aug

Toy-Story-4-PicturesOn Saturday we have our annual family movie night. Who could have known it would be in these circumstances, where we have to think hard about a yard full of kids running around, and how we handle the distribution of ice cream (yes, there will be ice cream). But here we are, ready to go, and with the cracking Toy Story 4 as our offering.

I think a lot of people thought that the fourth outing for Woody, Buzz and the gang might be one sequel too far. You expect to be emotionally manipulated when you sit down for a Pixar movie, and not only had the Toy Story franchise played on our heartstrings like a virtuoso through three episodes, they had also managed to tie up all the loose ends in a most satisfying if handkerchief sodden fashion. And yet…

Toy Story 4 delivers on the Pixar promise in spades, although some might feel that the tears in this ultimate denouement are closer to tears of grieving and loss, rather than sentimental joy. Nevertheless, all the familiar elements are there, and you will need to bring your OWN tissues, due to social distancing rules.
See you on Saturday !
Sign up for the movie here.
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