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CarsWhile traveling to California for the dispute of the final race, cocky, rookie Lightning McQueen accidentally damages the road of the small town. In order to make up for what he did, the cocky roadster is sentenced to community service. Lightning McQueen has to work hard and finds friendship and love in the simple locals, changing its values during his stay in the small town and becoming a true winner.
Actors of "Cars"
Characters of "Cars"
Directors of "Cars"John LasseterBirthdate: 12 January 1957, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USAJoe RanftBirthdate: 13 March 1960, Pasadena, California, USA
Creators of "Cars"John LasseterBirthdate: 12 January 1957, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USAJoe RanftBirthdate: 13 March 1960, Pasadena, California, USA
Critic Reviews of "Cars"Denver Rocky Mountain NewsDecember 14, 2006
Rips off Doc Hollywood, almost note for note.New YorkerJune 12, 2006
Along came the interstate, apparently, and ruined everything. Just like that darned Internet, I guess, or that superhighway stuff, or those dumb movies they make with computers nowadays.San Francisco ChronicleJune 09, 2006
Cars might get us into car world as a gimmick, but it doesn't get us into car world as a state of mind. Thus, the animation, rather than seeming like an expression of the movie's deeper truth, becomes an impediment to it.Seattle TimesJune 09, 2006
Though the central idea of nostalgia for a quieter, small-town life may well be lost on this movie's young audience -- Cars finds a pleasant and often sparkling groove.Toronto StarJune 09, 2006
Cars made me want to hop in my jalopy and to head out to Route 66, bypassing the boring interstate highways that made the Mother Road redundant.Orlando SentinelJune 09, 2006
It's beautiful to look at. The talking cars feel more alive than talking cars should.Movie MetropolisOctober 23, 2013
'Cars' has energy and heart-two things that 'Robots' lacked.ComingSoon.netMarch 10, 2011
Cars is a nice homily to small town life and remembering the past - which definitely has its charms - and call for remembering our roots, but it's been done better elsewhere.Matt's Movie ReviewsJuly 07, 2010
Unlike other Pixar releases, Cars does not cross over to adults as well as Finding Nemo or The Incredibles. But kids will love it, and isn't that what this type of animation is all about?Hollywood.comSeptember 08, 2009
Pixar's latest visual stunner with a heart of gold honors our obsession with the automobile. Although it will make many nostalgic for the open road, especially the historic Route 66, the kids might get a little bored with this one.CinePassionAugust 30, 2009
Pixar's grown so metallic that having automobiles for animated characters becomes disturbingly aptCinefantastiqueJune 06, 2009
Although the plot coasts along a predictable path, the verbal jokes and sight gags rev things up along the way, making the film enjoyable almost from start to finish.
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