All good things come to an end. After months of exciting movie news that has the rest of the decade looking incredibly exciting (go Marvel), last week brought us something that made the future a little less brighter - Pixar are making Toy Story 4. We're not saying Pixar are destroying our childhood, but they're certainly giving it their best shot. Coming in 2017, the film will answer that burning question no one asked of how Woody and Buzz are getting on in their new digs. Little is known about the film, beyond a few of the key players involved - John Lasseter, director of Toy Story and Toy Story 2, will be at the helm, with Rashida Jones and Will McCormack on writing duties - but as things stand it'll take something incredible to make this movie seem like a worthwhile endeavour. When announcing the film, it was stated that it is being made out of "pure passion". For all we know that's true for some of those involved, but it'd be naive to think there isn't an executive somewhere gleefully rubbing his hands while his eyes turn into dollar signs. Without further aggravating ado, here are ten reasons why a revisit to the toy-box is an utterly terrible decision.