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Cars 3 movie

Cars 3

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Oct 6, 2021

Cars 3 is more like the first Cars movie. The main character in this movie is Lightning McQueen and he is faced with a new challenge in the racetrack. A new generation of race cars have been built which are faster and better at performing extreme events on the track. Lightning McQueen is faced with two options. He has to win the next race he goes in or he has to retire. This movie shows how he trains for that race and shows how he mentors a new racer. I recommend this movie for people who liked the previous two movies in the Cars series and I recommend this movie for people who like watching

Cars 2 DVD

Cars 2

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Oct 6, 2021

Cars 2 is an amazing movie to watch. It is different from the first Cars movie because there is action, adventure, mystery, and detective work which is an amazing choice for a family movie night. Lightning McQueen is one of the main characters along with Mater, Lighting McQueen‘s best friend. There are two new cars introduced in this movie who are undercover spies for London’s Agency. Throughout the movie you will see amazing new race tracks and races that look spectacular and an amazing new storyline with Mater as a “spy in training.” I had an amazing time watching this beloved movie where it

Cars 1 movie

Cars

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Oct 6, 2021

Cars is my favorite Pixar movie. The movie is about a rookie race car who has a chance of winning the Piston Cup. He has two other competitors who he underestimates. Lighting McQueen is an overconfident car who does not like rusty cars. On his way to Florida, for his next race, he falls out of his truck and ends up in Radiator Springs. I liked how he meets new people and learns how he has been a jerk to almost everyone he meets. I had an amazing time watching Cars because it was entertaining and engaging to watch. I recommend this movie to many people who love to watch Disney+Pixar movies.

May 17, 2011

“If I only I opposable thumbs,” says Enzo, the narrator of this metaphor of life. Full of snippets of wisdom and insight, this is also the endearing story of a family in crisis. Enzo, a terrier-lab mix, is the soul-mate of Denny, an aspiring race car driver. Enzo and Denny became a pair when Denny is a bachelor, then a husband and father, a widower and accused felon. Enzo is more than a devoted companion and friend, he is a philosopher, guide and Denny’s biggest fan. “Your car goes where your eyes go” is Enzo’s mantra. Enzo enjoys watching television and has seen a documentary maintaining that