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Star race car Lightning McQueen and his pal Mater head overseas to compete in the World Grand Prix race. But the road to the championship becomes rocky as Mater gets caught up in an intriguing adventure of his own: international espionage.
What an unbelievably lazy film.
I know, I know, you're gonna go all 'This wasn't made for you' on me, but I say to hell with that! I'm a 37 year old kid who loves animated movies, so I'm bloody certain it was made for me.
Shame on you, Pixar, shame on you
From its groundbreaking debut in 1995 to its most successful film in 2010, Pixar Animation Studios released 11 feature-length films, almost all of which went on to garner them acclaim, love & respect from critics n viewers around the world, completely reinvented the animation industry in the process, and also turned this animation powerhouse into one of world cinema's finest.
But everything that has a beginning has an end & there's always a first time for all things. And Cars 2 marks something of a first for Pixar; it's their first critical failure which ultimately marks the end of the winning streak the studio had kept alive since its inception. However, what's even more disappointing is that they actually decided to make…
In preparation for the sequel I thought I'd give the first film another try after being underwhelmed by it on its original release and in truth I liked it even less. But Cars was still an okay film, just not comparable with Pixar's normally high standards. I'm sad to say that Cars 2 is the studio’s first flat out bad film.
Yes, the animation is absolutely stunning but this is the very least we should expect from a Pixar movie. Unfortunately, that is also all that is good about a film that seems solely made to shift more merchandise. The uninteresting spy plot dominates the film which provides two problems - too much screen time for Mater (he was bad…
Christ, Pixar, what happened here? Has anyone, in the history of sentient thought, longed for an animated rendition of a James Bond flick? Which, instead of James Bond, stars a rusty redneck unwittingly caught up in international espionage? And on top of that, it's not just a rusty redneck, it's a damn tow truck, that happens to be rusty and a redneck as well. The idea of anthropomorphic automobiles was stretched thin enough with the original, this is just sad. Unbelievably lazy. I can't even fathom the long, step-by-step process that greenlit this. What were they thinking? A charmless cash-in, and hopefully the worst film Pixar will ever make.
It was inevitable that I eventually seeked out this one. This was the only Pixar film that I had yet to see and as a big fan of the studio, I needed to witness what many people considered their first complete misstep. Not to mention, it's one that I've avoided for years, and it's gotten to the point where I had to give in (a recent visit to the Cars Land section of one of Disney's theme parks certainly didn't help). So going into this, I hoped that it was going to be a disposable, but fun film that was more geared towards kids, in the way a lot of DreamWorks' animated films are. In a sense, I got most…
At one point one of the cars is knocked out with some kind of sleeping gas. So the cars actually breathe?
Cars is a godly franchise and this sequel is totally underrated. There was even a spy in it too. Oh my.
Mater acts like a gross moron constantly and somehow gets a hot chick, Lightning McQueen is barely in it, and they have some stupid obligatory tribute to Doc. Kinda lame and dumb. But the video game...
"Is he American?" "Extremely."
Cars was my least favorite Pixar film. Mater was my least favorite character in Cars. So yeah... a Cars sequel starring Mater was really going to be a hit with me. I honestly don't have much to say about this one. It is by far the weakest Pixar film ever released. Putting aside the fact that it continuously rips off Toy Story and James Bond (without being all that clever about it), the storyline is an utter disappointment when compared with every other Pixar release. It's totally lacking the heart and richness we have all come to love and instead spits out an empty shell of an idea and fills it with a predictable plot, annoying characters, and boredom. I sincerely hope this remains the bottom of Pixar's barrel.
Segunda película de Cars esta vez con una trama de espionaje a lo James Bond, un poco incoherente y sin ningún sentido, porque podrían haber hecho una serie en vez de una película y no joder una buena película de Pixar, pero bueno lo aceptamos y podemos ver una película aceptable de Cars, tonta y entretenida, pero muy floja en comparación a la primera parte.
Mater has to be the absolute worst Pixar character ever, right?
The beginning of the end of Pixar's reign at the top. All hail Disney Animation Studios, now
I still struggle to get past the conceit of the world of Cars—how do cars reproduce sexually? why in god’s name does Mater have a human tongue?—but once I was able to get myself to stop thinking about stuff like that and focus on the story I actually had a pretty good time with this. The story beats are pretty generic, but the spy movie gags and presence of Michael Caine as an Aston Martin-y Bondish spy car made up for it.
In the motion picture of Cars 2 the adventure continue how ever there are racing against other car to see who will win the top prize of the grand Prix race and see who go the speed to win this race. I like this movie because it is a lot of action pack and it is funny too
bad literally starts at cars 2, pixar really can't do wrong.
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