Synopsis: The famous race car Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) and the fun tow truck Mater (Larry the Cable Guy) flies abroad to race in the very first World Grand Prix where the fastest car reigns supreme. Their road to the eventual success becomes a challenging one when Mater catches himself in a totally unexpected adventure full of fun and surprises. Mater now finds himself in a dilemma in helping his friend win the big competition and completing a spy mission set by Finn McMissile (Michael Caine), a British spy, and the eye-catching spy trainee Holley Shiftwell (Emily Mortimer).
Description: Lightning McQueen and his friend Mater head overseas for an international grand prix where the goofy tow-truck indulges himself in an espionage adventure.
Review: Make way for one of the latest installments of PIXAR in the animation scene – Cars 2. A sequel to the 2006 Cars, the number two of the animated, rush-filled automotive film certainly would be an interesting edition to the wonderful makes of that are Disney and PIXAR.
The 2006 film about automotives generally is an entertaining feat to capture but somehow it had flaws and vaulting elements that suppressed its likability. The movie was not able to fully grasp the emotional side of the story. It lacked a sense of connection to its audience that every PIXAR film has. Although not a perfect movie, Cars was evidently far from being a bad film. The graphics were very amazing and flawlessly done. The story was a very fascinating line of thought and there is a profound originality to a frugal idea of animated cars set in a forgotten town. There is definitely a sense of meaning that the movie clearly points out to its audience.
This second reel of fast-flying and heart-stopping adventure of Cars 2 would definitely be an anticipated film. The standpoint of the story and the incredible animation and cinematography absolutely adds to the appeal of the already entertaining film. The writers and producers of the movie undoubtedly brought the before low-land film to a new dimension of realism and futurism. Many await the lightning fast run of this film late this June and surely Cars 2 wouldn’t fail its hopeful number of viewers.