Cars 3

Cars 3
Cars 3

Year

2017

Duration

109 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Family, Sport

Language

English

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Synopsis

After years at the top of his game, Lightning McQueen is suddenly finding his dominance under threat from a new generation of speed racers, one younger, faster car in particular. In an effort to rediscover his winning ways, Lightning turns to eager young technician Cruz Ramirez, as well as some of his old friends. Building up to his exciting comeback, Lightning also finds himself drawing on lessons from his old Radiator Springs pal, the late Doc Hudson. With dazzling animation and spectacular set pieces, this film also benefits from a positive twist in who gets to be the hero.

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Very mild threat, language.

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