Feels like a strong, if perhaps unintentional, metaphor for Pixar's post-Golden Age, which has seen the once acclaimed studio usurped by other moving, creative efforts by the likes of Disney and DreamWorks. Through its fairly repetitive sequences of training and mentorship, it finds its way back to the heart of its story that got muddled in a forgettable spy thriller that started the studio's aforementioned decline.
Reciclagem do primeiro, mas deixa algumas mensagens. "First Lady of Racing" (Louise Nash): Os participantes não gostavam da ideia de uma "mulher" ser melhor que eles e não me deixavam ter um numero, por isso roubei um. A vida é demasiado curta para aceitar um não!
I remember being a kid, watching good animations and definitely Cars was one of the main titles from back then. And now we got part 3 but the feeling is not the same anymore.
This new one doesn't have the core of the first one, still a slightly improvement over the second one which is good news.
Cars 3 is very dynamic.The story isn't that great but in some moments things were really ok.Overall not boring.
(Vu au ciné avec ma fille) A l'image des prod. Pixar à la sauce Disney: énième suite et énième film sur le déclin d'un sportif (obsession américaine), le film assure le min. syndical sans gd talent. La première 1/2h, à la mise en scène digne d'un téléfilm Disney Chanel m'a fait très peur! Le film se reprend qd même un peu dans sa 2e 1/2. Ms même Flash Mac Queen ne semble pas très convaincu par son rôle, c'est dire!
7/10 Fidèle à ses thématiques, Cars 3 séduit par son regard nostalgique sur le temps qui passe et la notion de passage de relais, avec une pointe féminisme bienvenue. Chronique complète à lire sur Citazine : http://www.citazine.fr/article/cars-3-mc-queen-retrograde-avec-classe
While it takes itself more seriously than "Cars 2," it still has plenty of problems. It's still plagued with the corny gags and obnoxious characters the series is known for, and recycles the conflicts and morals of the previous entries. But, what bothers me the most is that the film is clichéd, contrived and overstated on a surprisingly insulting level. Pixar...this is beneath you.