I've not seen any from the list but my daughter and I saw Secret Life of Pets 2 last weekend. It was cute, she liked it, but I found myself looking at my watch from time to time.
As for Toy Story 4, my Wife works at a Disney related medical center for kids and she got to meet Tom Hanks AND Tim Allen last week, promoting the movie. I'm so jealous, I told her "If you knew they were coming in advanced, and didn't tell me I'm going to be PISSED!" Turns out it was unannounced.
I've held off on seeing Avengers Endgame because I still haven't seen Captain Marvel, not required of course, but I know she plays a major role in Avengers. I need to catch up before Spider-Man is released.
I'm pretty sure that everyone walked out of Endgame feeling that way. It's very sad to see heroes die especially when we've watched them develop for so long. Other than that I thought that the movie was very well done and I really enjoyed some of the backstory that they gave.
I finally got around to watching Aladdin a few weeks ago and I have to admit I was pleasantly surprised. My wife and I were kinda "Ehhh" at the beginning but we warmed up to everything and found ourselves laughing and enjoying the movie.
While it's not Robin Williams, Will Smith definitely did justice towards the Genie's role even though it was his own take on it, I don't think Robin would have disapproved.
Toy Story 4 is next on my list, along with Avengers and Spider-man -- it's hard keeping up with all these new movies.
Especially now we have Matrix 4 and Bill and Ted 3 -- I feel like it's the late 90s again.