Star race car Lightning McQueen and his pal Mater head overseas to compete in the World Grand Prix race. But the road to the championship becomes rocky as Mater gets caught up in an intriguing adventure of his own: international espionage.
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Miss Fritter's racing number is 58. This is a shadow to the year the actress for Miss Fritter was born, 1958. See more »
At Thunder Hollow, Cruz (under the name Frances Beltline) has the number #20 sprayed on her right side. When we see her during the talk with Smokey and the other veterans, it is now on her right side. Later she has it spray-painted on both sides when practicing with McQueen (in order to substitute for Jackson Storm, who's racing number is also #20) but this is after McQueen talks to Smokey. See more »
[with Luigi, Guido, and McQueen; yelling to Cruz]
Oh, hey, Mr. Sterling!
I'd like to introduce you to Lightning McQueen.
I hear you're the maestro.
Mr. Sterling, did you say Lightning McQueen was here? Because I don't see him anywhere.
Uh, but he is right here.
[gestures to McQueen]
Do you not see him?
Nope, still don't see him.
But he is right in front of you! It is Lightning McQueen!
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In a post-credits scene, Mater has trouble with his smartphone when he tries answering a call. See more »
This is a classic example of Hollywood culture of trying to force a sequel even though you have no thought of idea.
When I see the movie it seems that someone forced the writers to do a rush job just because a sequel had to be made.
All characters look clichéd and boring. There is nothing new from a character perspective. The movie manages to be unnecessarily emotional and most events in the story look like filers which are totally unrelated to the story.
They totally fail to live the magic of the original cars movie. This one is very disappointing and just outright boring.
all i wish that they had left the original alone and not made this sequel.
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