Cars 3 movie review: Third time’s the charm for Lightning McQueen’s racing adventures


By Sreeju Sudhakaran

While it is one of their most successful franchises, Cars is also their least appreciated effort. The movies about cars talking, racing and even having babies may make no sense to adults, but the kids love anything to do with talking cars. Now we have Cars 3, where Owen Wilson returns to voice Lightning McQueen after a gap of six years. Will Cars 3 make the franchise slide even further or will it bring some critical love to the trilogy? Read our review to find out…

What’s it about

After the events of Cars 2, Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) continues to be the champion of Piston Derby. Racing with his friends and good-on-terms colleagues, he is quite in his comfort zone, until a younger, much sleeker and arrogant car, Jackson Storm (Armie Hammer), enters the race and defeats him. From thereon, Storm beats McQueen in every race and suddenly, there is an influx of younger cars in the race replacing the older ones. In a moment of desperation to beat Storm and parry allegations that his racing days are over, McQueen injures him in a race and has to take a sabbatical from racing. Encouraged by his close friends, he …read more

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