“Toy Story 4,” January 25, 2020 (2019), DVD, animated. Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz (Tim Allen), and all the gang (fine actors doing excellent voicing, although I missed Don Rickles, d. 2017) are now Jessie’s toys as she goes off to kindergarten where she makes “Forkie,” a spork/toy who becomes part of this community after he learns he is now a toy and not trash. The road trip that follows as the family goes on vacation brings Jessie’s toys to new adventures and contact with an old friend, Bo Peep (Annit Potts) and a group of toys including the lost, the abandoned, the sold, and the for sale. They include the malevolent and the marvelous, the courageous, selfless, and loving and the selfish and mean. There are Chuckies among them. It’s a well-made and fundamentally sweet commercial film that’s worth the watch for the comedy and the voices of these very talented ‘new and old friends’ in good and bad times as they try to adjust to the needs of a new room and child. They are learning and growing as well. They are, however, the past. They are now antiques, even as they’ve remained as spunky as ever. And that’s partly why this very much felt like the final episode of this animated Disney/Pixar franchise. Sadly, Randy Newman’s songs lacked the crispness and sparkle of those bygone days.