After almost two decades of hits, could Disney’s Pixar studios have finally produced a flop? The 112-minute “Cars 2,” directed by John Lasseter and Brad Lewis, continues the adventures of the talking cars from the 2006 hit animated comedy “Cars.” With the more
Cars 2 is the rare Pixar film that feels like a mess. So many times, you wonder how they are going to balance the different aspects of their next summer hit, but by the time the credits roll you no longer question it. With Pixar’s latest, I still ha more
After sampling the exotic South American wonders of fictional Paradise Falls in Up , Pixar explorers must have felt that returning to Cars ' make-believe town of Radiator Springs — located in the imaginary West off historic Route 66 — was to more
Look, if there were ever any Pixar film characters that I didn't really want to revisit it was the Cars gang. While the concept of the original 2006 film was unique, the story itself meandered, dragged and fell flat for me. Also, most adult brains begin t more
VROOM! VROOM! VRRRROOOOOOOMMMM! Speeding in at an uncontrollable velocity following 2006’s hit, Cars 2 steers in from a different direction with the same side-swiping attitude, yet, in an interesti... http://www.starpulse.com/news/PrinzLee_Romero/2011/06/ more
By Joan Alperin Schwartz: 'Cars 2' is the new 3D wonder from director John Lasseter. John and his crew at Pixar have once again proven why they are the best at what they do.
'Cars 2' plays even younger than the first film, and it shifts focus from Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) to Mater (Larry The Cable Guy), to generally entertaining effect. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/motion-captured/posts/review-cars-2-skews-young-adds-ac more