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**The new age begins!**
Having seen enough animated feature that possible eligible for the 2018 Oscars, I’m really disappointed with the result of some of the big titles. Yes, including this one, not big films, except ‘Coco’ are up to any impressive. The bright side is, after a long time, 2D animation might win. This was an okay film. Though I liked the story outline, but did not like how it all was narrated.
I have seen the evolution of ‘Harry Potter’. I meant the cast, particularly the main three. For a decade, the little kids grew into older teenagers. But for an animation character, there’s no concept of ageing. They always remain same. This film just gave a new perspective. I mean it talked about being or growing old and how it impacts our lives. That we can’t hold forever our safe position. Sooner or later, the youngsters will take over it.
McQueen is enjoying his racing, competing with his friendly opponents. But it all changes when a young rookie rewrites the history. Without able to cope with the new generation and their aggression, how McQueen and Co like to counter the latest threat is the film’s story. Liked such inspiring storyline. I mean it would inspire more the middle aged people than anybody else. But it is a fun film for all ages, particularly the kids. It is just like turning ‘Rambo’ into ‘Creed’, I just want a new beginning in the next sequel.
A worthy follow up to the original film, miles better than Cars 2. They wisely focus the action back on Lightnin’ McQueen and keep Mater to a bare minimum. It’s not going to change lives, but a solid animated feature nonetheless. Even when Pixar is coasting they still deliver a very pretty looking film, albeit a little shallow.
One thing bugs me though, why in a world of anthropomorphic vehicles, with no signs of humans, do they have door handles…?
“Cars 3”: 3rd in Pixar Series Needed Some Fine Tuning
2 out of 5 stars (has some good moments, but is overall bad)
Anyone who knows me knows that I love Pixar. They have provided my generation with animated classics finding heart, humor, and emotion in ideas that seem poised to fail. However, Pixar’s track record as of late has been very hit-and-miss, alternating between tear-inducing masterpieces like “Inside Out” and serviceable fair like “Brave”. Every film studio has a few hiccups, but Pixar used to be the outlier, the company my generation could depend on for grade-A entertainment, and, if anything, allow us now 20-somethings to watch an animated movie and not have to lower our standards “because it’s for kids.”
“Cars 3” wants desperately to be one of the great Pixar movies: At points it delivers honest truths about the cruel nature of the racing industry and has a great number of laughs, but the film is less than the sum of its parts. For every emotional moment, witty line, or thrilling race sequence, there is a lazy joke or painful bit of writing. The film is caught between being a more realistic dramedy dealing with mature themes, or just settle with entertaining young children (which, in my theater, it completely failed to do). I’ve definitely seen worse children’s films, but “Cars 3” hurt me more because it had promise.
We once again follow Lightening McQueen (Voiced by a bored-sounding Owen Wilson) at the top of his game, with pals Mater (Voiced by Larry the Cable Guy), Sally (Voiced by Bonnie Hunt), and all the other side “caracters” by his side. However, Lightening’s racing career is threatened by rising hotshot Jackson Storm (Voiced by Armie Hammer), who causes him to wreck during a big race and take time out to change his game plan at a tech-heavy training center. Unfortunately, Lightening is paired with ultra fangirl Cruz, who is as good at training as I am at Calculus, forcing him to work harder than ever, and possibly realize that he’s reached the end of the road.
I have never loved this franchise. “Cars” was fine if unremarkable, and “Cars 2” was total kiddishness. “Cars 3” falls somewhere in the middle, with unexpected drama and moments of poignancy, but also having the overly childish humor. I thoroughly enjoyed the racing sequences in this film, and there are several moments of witty banter that made me laugh out loud, but those elements failed to coalesce into an entertaining whole for me. The film wants to emulate “Toy Story 3”, which was more of a dark prison drama than a family comedy, but the difference between the two franchises is that “Toy Story” entertained children AND adults, while “Cars” primarily entertains kids. Kids who loved the first two films in this series will love this one too, but those of us who never understood the appeal of this series will gain very little from this one.
“Cars 3” has occasional funny lines, good racing sequences, and unexpectedly poignant drama, but childish humor once again kills any dramatic weight that could have existed otherwise.
apart from good graphics, not much excitement here
I wanted to like this movie based on the earlier ones and took my kids… was I wrong, it was awful. The whole movie is based on the red car trying to get his mojo back because he’s too old or needs work, and in the end he basically quits. And still gets called the “winner.” I don’t like to overly analyze movies or entertainment and will watch and enjoy things with any reasonable message about self-empowerment, until that entertainment tries to shove a ridiculous message at people — defeatist. More or less inane level propaganda, and about how NOT to succeed at something at that. If you want to see a real comeback movie, and one that makes a little sense, just rent any Rocky. 1 through 7 (or whatever they are on….) There are tons of other good ones.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 42 min (102 min)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Sport
Director Brian Fee
Writer Brian Fee (original story by), Ben Queen (original story by), Eyal Podell (original story by), Jonathon E. Stewart (original story by), Kiel Murray (screenplay by), Bob Peterson (screenplay by), Mike Rich (screenplay by)
Actors Owen Wilson, Cristela Alonzo, Chris Cooper, Nathan Fillion
Awards 1 win & 24 nominations.
Production Company Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios
Sound Mix Auro 11.1, Dolby Digital, Dolby Atmos, DTS (DTS: X), Dolby Surround 7.1, 12-Track Digital Sound, SDDS, Dolby
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA, FotoKem Laboratory, Burbank (CA), USA, Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length 6,720 m (5 reels)
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process 4DX, Digital 3-D (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Dolby Vision
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema (also 3-D version)