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June 24, 2011
G , 1 hr 53 min
2,260 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) and Mater travel overseas for the World Grand Prix.
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By Peter Travers
Lasseter is back behind the wheel, and you can feel his love for all things automotive in every frame. No humans blot this anthropomorphic...
The Hollywood Reporter
By Todd McCarthy
Cooler cars and more action follow Lightning and Mater as they mix it up with spies and Formula 1 racers in yet another Pixar winner.
By Wesley Morris
This is an action movie that nods to Hayao Miyazaki and those sleeky dumb European chase thrillers with guys like Harrison Ford and Liam...
San Francisco Chronicle
By Mick LaSalle
In terms of story and atmosphere and overall feeling, Cars 2 is a brand-new experience - and a distinct improvement.
By Lisa Schwarzbaum
Not to get all Dorothy about it, but when it comes to Cars, there's no place like home. The emotional punch of the original is inextricably...
By Carrie Rickey
While the plot may be too twisty for most kids (and adults) to follow, the art of Cars 2 is as imaginative as anything Pixar has ever done....
By Claudia Puig
It's not that it's a bad film. But the bar is high, and it's lackluster and predictable, missing that alchemic blend of humor, pathos and...
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By Joe Neumaier
This savvy and sensitive company has unapologetically made a movie for (very) young moviegoers.
By Stephanie Zacharek
The plot of Cars 2 is both overly convoluted and thin, and it folds in so much unvarnished toddler-instruction that it almost feels like an...
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By Joe Morgenstern
The movie has its own deficits - a lack of variety, originality, subtlety, clarity and plain old charm.
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Rated G | For Violence
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Pause for kids 6 & under
Cars sequel revs up action and mixes in spy thrills.
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