Cars 2

Cars 2
Cars 2

Year

2011

Duration

101 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Sport

Language

English

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Synopsis

In the sequel to the massive hit Cars, Lightning McQueen and his rusty sidekick Mater are off to complete in World Grand Prix races in big cities around the globe. They meet a vain Italian racing car, the smooth British spy car Finn McMissile (and get involved in his adventures) and have a big argument that threatens their friendship. The animaiton is great, the spy stuff is good and there are some very funny jokes. Lots of fun!

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This film contains mild violence.

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