It has scored 98 per cent at Rotten Tomatoes. The weekend’s other big new release, Yesterday, an original high concept romantic comedy with a Beatles soundtrack from Universal, exceeded industry tracking and grossed 17 million dollars over the weekend to take third place. horror earned 20.4 million dollars over the weekend and 31.2 million dollars in its first five days. Advertising
Aladdin and The Secret Life of Pets 2 rounded out the top five. Opening in line with expectations, the Warner Bros. Toy Story 4 has received an almost universally positive critical reception. In second place is the third Annabelle film, Annabelle Comes Home, which debuted on over 3,500 screens on Wednesday. Advertising
The Walt Disney Co. Globally the film has already netted 496.5 million dollars. The consensus reads, “Heartwarming, funny, and beautifully animated, Toy Story 4 manages the unlikely feat of extending — and perhaps concluding — a practically perfect animated saga.”
The Indian Express film critic Shalini Langer wrote in her 3 star review, “While there could have been an interesting dynamic here of fancy toys vs a toy that a child has made herself, or even toys ganging up against a new kid on the block, Toy Story 4 has an un-engaging storyline that involves Woody trying to retain for Bonnie Forky, who considers itself actually trash and would rather stay in the bin.”
Comment(s) on Sunday estimates that Toy Story 4 added 57.9 million dollars from North American theaters.