Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!
Ahhh... it's got that new movie smell.
Lightning McQueen, a hotshot rookie race car driven to succeed, discovers that life is about the journey, not the finish line, when he finds himself unexpectedly detoured in the sleepy Route 66 town of Radiator Springs. On route across the country to the big Piston Cup Championship in California to compete against two seasoned pros, McQueen gets to know the town's offbeat characters.
While not as transcending as their previous efforts, Cars still manages to do enough to keep alive Pixar's winning streak & presents its pioneering animation studio slowing down a little to catch its breath after having left behind every other competitor in the dust during its first decade of filmmaking. Also, this film is certainly not as mediocre as many have called it to be.
Set in a world populated entirely by automobiles & other vehicles, the story of Cars follows a racing rookie who, while travelling to California for the tiebreaker race that's supposed to determine the champion of the Piston Cup, finds himself waylaid in the town called Radiator Springs, is tasked with repairing the damages he incurred on his…
HOW THE FUCK DO THESE CARS REPRODUCE??
This and Cars 2 are the only Pixar films I still need to see and I've been putting them off for quite some time. I figured it's about time I watch these two films.
While Cars is one of Pixar's weaker films, it's still good and it's certainly better than Brave.
Today August 22nd is my oldest son's third birthday. He loves Cars and wanted to watch it. It's one of my least favorite Pixar films, but who gives a fuck, it's my son's birthday and he wanted to watch it.
In my recent write-up for Brad Bird’s initial contribution to the studio with The Incredibles, I noted the film’s mark on the new wave that would redefine the direction of the studio; their films no longer too self-aware of its radical form to the genre and have instead sat on the throne with comfort and create immersion in the stories they tell. Although John Lasseter has led the charge in Pixar’s domination within the 21st century, now the primary staple of the genre that all of its competitors admire and recycle from, I still believe he is far from the auteur talent of his peers, especially in the attribute of storytelling; with Andrew Stanton, Brad Bird, and Pete Docter being…
I have many questions on how the universe works
How do these cars reproduce?
I know this is a childhood favorite of mine.
About cars who race
And the main moral of this is not all winners are winners
and not all losers are losers.
But pretty average for a Pixar movie.
I expected to hate this one but it wasn't bad, just bad for Pixar. The bar's set so high by their other works that something that's "just" an enjoyable but somewhat inconsequential bit of fluff looks bad by comparison when overall it's really not.
Cars lacks the depth of how well thought out most Pixar universes are - the cars are people too, and that's it - and the simplistic tale of the arrogant star finding out there's more to life that winning and ending up less of a prick is basic stuff, so there are few surprises, while the mid-section in Radiator Springs swallows up far too much of the film - to the extent where it'd probably be…
I made a letterboxd account just so I could give this the lowest rating possible
Though it is definitely one of Pixar's weakest features, it is still one of its most enjoyable and entertaining films that features one of the final film performances of Paul Newman.
Funny, clever, and exciting... plus it kept the kid entertained for a couple of hours.
Had a blast being transported to Radiator Spring and into the world of Cars. Certainly not at the level of Nemo. Monsters Inc. or Toy Story, but it is visible this was made with a lot of love. That's the thing with all pixar projects. All made with love. Lasseter created a fun world inhabited by Cars. The racing scenes are done really well. Although i never get the appeal of racing in circles. Coming from europe i grew up with the Formula 1, that's maybe why. But done really well. By the time Lightning arrives in Radiator Springs that's were the fun begins. Great character arcs and build up and enough stuff to like. The nighttime scene with all the neon lights is magical. Enjoyed this very much.
I like cars. I like Pixar movies. This was ok.
There are some touching moments about friendship and thinking about what is really important in life. However, I have to be honest and say that talking cars really isn't my thing.
(WARNING! THIS IS A JOKE! I AM JOKING IN THIS REVIEW! I AM WRITING THIS FOR COMEDIC PURPOSES AND IT'S SUPPOSED TO MAKE ME LOOK LIKE A PERSON WHO WANTS TO HAVE SEXUAL RELATIONS WITH A CAR BUT THAT IS NOT THE REALITY OF THE SITUATION! I HAVE A HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP TO SEX AND AM ATTRACTED TO HUMANS, NOT CARS)
if u want to fuck dogs thats beastiality but whats it called when u want to fuck cars
(Last Updated: 28 July 2015)
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