PODCAST: Popcorn Talk Episode 3 (‘Toy Story 4’)

It’s been almost 25 years since the debut of Pixar’s first “Toy Story” film. A lot has changed since the first film: children who grew up watching “Toy Story” back in the late ’90s are still watching three sequels later alongside children who are experiencing it for the first time.

In addition to the mixed targeted audience for the film, 3D animation has seen some major improvements since 1995, and, well, the original voice actors aren’t getting any younger.

How did these factors affect the final product of “Toy Story 4,” and is it worth watching for yourself? Listen on to find out what editor-in-chief Logan Raschke and senior reporter Analicia “Anali” Haynes think.

“Popcorn Talk” is a 30-minute long podcast dissecting movies both new and old and providing a decent review that will at least help you decide if a movie is worth seeing or not.

In this third episode of “Popcorn Talk,” Logan Raschke, a senior journalism major at Eastern Illinois University and Summer 2019 editor-in-chief for The Daily Eastern News, and Analicia “Anali” Haynes, a senior journalism major and senior reporter for the DEN, analyze “Toy Story 4.”