Cars 3 looked really nice and its mostly predictably platitudinous story worked sufficiently as a way to change the paint jobs on the characters so the same merchandise can be re-packaged again.
First things first: this has the same screenwriter as the emoji movie.
A friend said the emoji movie's ads scream "out of touch". I wouldn't go that extreme with Beatriz at Dinner but it's not especially effective as either social commentary or revenge fantasy, while trying to be both. Too bad, because every actor in it is on point.