Maybe, time has become obsolete just as some say watches have become to collectibles. So, then, Treasure Island Gift Shop also stirs the world of animation. Located at 12399 State Road 535, Orlando, FL 32826, this house of gifts is a port of call. Everything in the gift shop will make someone at home overjoyed with their Florida remembrance. Imagine, about how time lines in, as an example, Toy Story that might similarly affect your reality button but, then, instead becoming real itself, through animation. Maybe, from the nineties into some time else, animation tools also changed, then repeatedly changed or were modified to the present; a lot has changed. And, some of the old just looks better. Time, itself, can be old. So, if you are troubled because animation has in some way diverged from the path of known artistic and cast molds, remember the evolution of animation is the result of pure imagination. That, was the first Toy Story. It was also the time of the first Pixar film in 1995 which followed it's short story, Tin Toy in 1988. There followed a period of some internal corporate running around. Long story short; new name, new company, new budget. A different world known today as you guessed it, Disney World. A newer, reality developed in 2019 and with that, came Toy Story 4 now two decades later. Maybe, the current "new" looks a little different, but come on now, it's still animation! Just to be sarcastic, it appears the spirit of the characters remains unchanged. Are you saying, the older human-like animation was just different? Maybe it wasn't different at all. Just maybe, it was the best the human could do at the time. So, now we have old animation and newer animation. But, caring how changes, just in looking, might change our outlook, gives us wouldn't you say an American right to enjoy change, if not just for the pleasure of change. It's all a part of "differences", it is for example different to be different. Animation keeps looking different than the older animation but it has not created any animosity or adverse challenge, but then art isn't suppose to? I mean if it is all for the better, why not? Times do change and so does animation at Disney World and for everywhere else. Remember the old days of animation when you ran your fingers behind the living room candle to get the animated shadow shade cast on the wall.? Now, that was animation. Maybe, Toy Story 4 looks different but for the sake of animation, can't you just live with it. Call it change, if you must. Animation is sure to follow. The looks go with it.