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Cars 2 2011 Subtitles

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Star race car Lightning McQueen and the incomparable tow truck Mater take their friendship to exciting new places when they head overseas to compete in the first-ever World Grand Prix to determine the world's fastest car.

Starring:
Owen Wilson,Franco Nero
Runtime:
1 hour, 46 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Children & Family, Animated
Director Brad Lewis, John Lasseter
Starring Owen Wilson, Franco Nero
Supporting actors Cheech Marin, Michael Caine
Studio Disney
BBFC rating Universal, suitable for all
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Maciej TOP 500 REVIEWER on 11 July 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is the first Pixar movie ever that I did not totally adore - it was OK, but no more. Below you will find the reasons why - in my personal opinion - "Cars 2" is much weaker than the original.

1. The story, part 1 - producers wanted a car/spy movie referring to James Bond franchise and they got it, but the price for it is a plot both complicated and - for the first time in Pixar's movies - simply stupid! Also, I am certain that smaller children who never watched any James Bond movies (or any spy movies for that matter) will not get the story and get confused. Which is more, all the shooting, crashing, exploding and bombing are in my modest opinion out of place in a kid's movie. And to complete the picture, there is even a quite scary scene of TORTURE and MURDER of a spy car by the bad guys!

2. The story, part 2 - I personally found that some elements of plot are quasi racist! The bad guys (or rather the bad cars) are all the obsolescent marks from countries of former East block (Zigoulis, Zastavas, Yugos, Trabants, etc.), who are ugly, cheap, frequently disfunctionning, leaking oil, etc. They are in fact the lowest proletariat in "Cars" world. Frankly it could be a good idea to make the movie about renovation of those old and rather pathetic cars (like converting them to more ecologic fuels) which could give them some kind of a future and a place in society - but instead they are presented as murderous villains! Now that is a great idea to show your little kids - if somebody is poor and down on his luck, speaks with foreign accent, looks foreign, wear used clothes and obviously suffers, he/she is obviously dangerous and must be destroyed by classy people!

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SNOW TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 8 April 2015
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Brilliant film, but pointless 3D don't get me wrong you get good 3D depth but nothing pops out of your screen, I have noticed this with most Disney 3D films, you do expect something, but no, just the same old rubbish, to tell you the truth I am only going to buy the 2D version from now on.
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Format: Blu-ray
Like any film, sequels always come off second best. Cars 2 is no different, but what it does do, is take a different slant. James Bond-esque plot, new characters will keep kids enticed and no doubt sell more toys. At the end of the day, its a kids movie, so adults don't expect oscar winning performances, in-depth plot, and superb characters. Kids like Mater and his mannerisms, so live with it.

Haven't seen the 3d version but Blu-ray is typical quality. My only complaint is the lack of product detail across the versions. Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Copy or standard Blu-Ray which has a limited time free DVD to send off for. I would have thought those who purchased the Blu-ray 3D pack would have the same option.....but no! Wished I'd have chosen the other pack now, as I'm requiring a DVD version. Product clarity is all that we customers require.
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By Mr C. Taft on 15 Jan. 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Like all blu-rays when compared to watching the DVD version or an old video one watching this film is a clearer, more detailed experience and in many cases it's like looking at the film for the first time as the film stock used to transfer to Blu-Ray is usually "worked on" first to get as good a copy as possible.
My taste in films may not be the same as yours so if you want to know about this film I suggest that you use the internet to find 2 or 3 reviews by experienced film reviewers and make your judgment whether to buy this film or not.
I have watched approx 600 films in my life and have a collection of over 200 Blu-Ray's and I rate this one 7/10.
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Format: Blu-ray
THIS DVD, MY HUSBAND WANTED FOR CHRISTMAS, IT CAME ON TIME WE WERE THAT EXCITED, WE OPENED IT STRAIGHT AWAY.
IT WAS NON STOP ACTION FUN, ALL THE WAY THROUGH. I WAS NEARLY OUT OF MY WHEELCHAIR WITH THE INTENSITY, & PACE OF THE FILM
WE ARE BIG KIDS AT HEART IN OUR 40,S BUT EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS FILM HAD A GREAT STORY LINE ALL THE WAY. THE ANIMATION WAS INCREDIBLE I HOPE THE DIRECTOR MAKES A SEQUEL AS CAR 1 AND CARS 2 FAMILY NIGHT IN RAP UP WARM ON A COLD AND WINDY NIGHT CHECK THIS MOVIE OUT WHAT FUN WE HAD
REASONABLE PRICED TO.
KIND REGARDS
TO AMAZON AND THE TEAM.
ALSO WHO READ THIS REVIEW.
JOANNE.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Paul Everdark VINE VOICE on 25 Nov. 2011
Format: DVD
It's credit to Pixar that Cars 2 is considered a bad film. Had any other studio made this (and the first Cars, for that matter), they would have been recevied a lot better, I think. But, by Pixar standards, this is one of their weakest, for sure.

But that doesn't mean it's a bad film overall. Don't be put off by the negativity you may read: this is a GOOD film. Not great, and certainly not one of their best, but still enjoyable and satisfying.

Trouble is, Cars 2 is the polar opposite of the first one, which isn't exactly a good thing. There was plenty to like about the first Cars: relaxed pace, heartwarming story, meaningful characters...still, Lasseter seems to have taken the poor reception to the first film to heart, and swung right in the other direction with Cars 2. What we end up with is fast, slick and action-packed, but lacks a soul.

It starts well, and the globetrotting theme seemed like a great idea - the Tokyo segment is excellent. But it quickly gets tedious, and just as you settle in one place, off we go to the next destination. Do we get exciting, dazzling locations? Yes. But it feels like they chose the places they wanted to take Lightning and friends first, then decided how they were going to fit the story around it after. So it feels very stretched.

The plot itself is very complicated. I wouldn't worry about little kids being confused, as there's plenty of dazzle and vroom-vrooms to keep them entertained, but don't be surpried if you have to stop and answer a few questions for them - and answer some of your own too.
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