Cars 2

Cars 2

3.7 766 Ratings

Directed by : John Lasseter , Brad Lewis

Release Date : | Length : 100 Minutes

  • Critics Rating 2.8/5
  • MJ Rating 2.7/5
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The incomparable tow truck Mater Star & racecar Lightning McQueen take their friendship to new places when they head overseas to compete in the first-ever World Grand Prix to determine the worlds fastest car.


“The unnecessary twists & turns in the plot and below average 3D effects are a big turnoff. But for being a visually stunning piece of animation, Cars 2 gets a paisa-vasool status.”

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Alternative fuel Vs Big Oil

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Cars 2006 was the least appreciated movie of Pixar and its Sequel Cars 2 takes that tag away from the first one. This time the flshligh shifts from Mc Queen to Mater, a tow truck. Movie starts with Lightning Mc Queen coming to Radiator Springs to meet Mater.

Meanwhile Mater announces Mc Queens participation in the world grand pix. Miles Axlerod, the organizer of Grand Prix is promoting a new fuel, which he will be using for all the cars running in the race. In all three races take place but lot of things happen between; misunderstandings between Mc Queen and mater, Lemons planning to fail the idea of alternative fuel, Finn McMissilie and Holley shift well (two American spies) searching for the electromagnetic gun invented by the Lemons.

Honestly nothing in cars 2 is too exciting, I personally did not understand that people of which age were the target audience. Movie gets confusing, boring and lack of humour makes it even worse. The plot is average blended with old worn out dialogues but one thing which really can be appreciated are the action sequences.

Film-makers worked really hard on action scenes but they could have given little more time to the entire movie.

Footer: Cars 2 lacked everything! Even the backdrop of the movie was not understandable and confusing.