and John Delia, Jr.
If you like action, mystery, and adventure, Cars 2 is for you. This time Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) and his best friend Mater (Larry the Cable Guy), step out of Radiator Springs into an exciting but hilarious international adventure that doesn’t leave anything out. Lightning McQueen is challenged to race in the first-time World Grand Prix, which takes place in the streets of Japan, Italy and London. While McQueen is trying to prove his racing skills to the globe, Mater finds himself thrown into the world of international espionage. Explosions and action packed chase scenes ignites the audience in an exciting ride of action and fun. Their skill, intellect and friendship are put to the test in a wild ride that would even give James Bond a run for his money.
Larry the Cable Guy did an awesome job again with Mater. Adding his great comedic skill along with the adventure he is set into. Mater is his usual self and entertains you with fun and laughter, along with some mystery and suspense. As usual you will follow one of your favorite characters through a world of Cars and laugh your way through it.
Michael Caine (Finn McMissile) and Emily Mortimer (Holley Shiftwell) do a great job of adding to the spy game and get you thrilled throughout the entire ride. They bring you into the action and guide the audience as well as Mater on a thrilling ride of suspense and adventure. Both do an excellent job of making their characters believable to the audience and keep you on the edge of your seat.
Owen Wilson (Lightning McQueen) along with Tony Shalhoub (Luigi) and the rest of the Radiator Springs cast give the audience what they want and even more. They bring the new challenge that Lightning McQueen must now complete, the World Grand Prix. Taken place in three beautiful locations around the world, the racing team of Lightning McQueen gives their fans all they got with speed, challenges and excitement.
I really enjoyed the 3D effects and how they were used it throughout the movie. The action brought me right into the film and gave me the feeling that I was right there with them. Pixar Animation Studios along with the directors, John Lasseter and Brad Lewis continued their excellence, by bringing the world of “Cars” in a new light and go one step further with the addition of mystery and suspense to their tale. They are able to show the world through a different set of glasses and bring the audience into the action and give them a great time full of excitement.