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Monday, July 3, 2017

"Cars 3" Movie Review

by Sheryl Wall

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In Cars 3, Lightning McQueen finds himself being pushed out of the racing life because the new generation of cars can go faster then he ever could. After losing one too many times to the new racer, Storm, he crashes while trying to push himself too hard.


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To be able to get back into racing, he has to learn to train like the new cars do: with technology and simulators he has never used before and all the training is done indoors. His trainer, Cruz, tries to help him learn the ropes of the next generation. But Lightning McQueen, after a while, gets tired of this type of training, and having a hard time with it, he sets out to train on the beach and the great outdoors. He ends up seeking help from Dusty, Doc Hudson's trainer. Lightning McQueen finds that Cruz has always dreamed of being a racer, so he helps her learn about racing along the way. Once again on the race track unexpected changes takes place, but #95 lives on.



Image source: Disney Pixar

Cars 3 lives up to the Cars name. It’s so very well done that sometimes you forget you are watching cars talk not people. Even though, Mater has a smaller role, he still finds his way into the movie. I am glad because he is my favorite character.

The storyline is deeper for a cartoon about cars then you would expect, but it’s also full of fun and humor. I really liked the new character Cruz, who was introduced in this movie; she reminds me of Dory from Finding Nemo, but she isn't forgetful like Dory. “Cars 3” definitely is not one a Cars’ fan would want to miss. It’s fun for the whole family, and a perfect way to get out of the heat and do something fun together.

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Sheryl Wall is an ongoing contributor to our
Pet Perspective section, providing pet care advice from years of personal experience.




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