VIDEO: Cars 2 (2011)

You’ve probably been wondering where the hell the Blockbuster Chick’s been! Well, this review of Cars 2 requested by Suzie’s fan U.N. Owen will answer all of your questions.

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  • MichaelANovelli

    Yay! The Suzie is back!

  • MephLord

    Cars 2 looks like a chore to watch…never a good sign

  • Thomas Stockel

    Great stuff, Suzie. I wasn’t a fan of Cars I and I had a feeling this would just be…bad. Now with Planes coming out it feels like Pixar has lost the magic touch and is going through a sort of animated Dark Age similar to what Disney went through decades ago. I really hope they can get their act together, otherwise Dreamworks is going to leave ’em in the dust.

  • chromesthesia

    I haven’t seen Cars 2 but Cars frustrates me because how do they even have baby cars? Am I alone in going NUTS over wondering this?

    • Thomas Stockel

      Not any more. Perhaps…perhaps the male car collects scrap metal and places it in the female? Putting junk in her trunk, as it were…

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  • danbreunig

    Thanks for the breath of fresh air, Blockbuster–about you coming back with a supersized review, Suzie, not the fact there’s a Cars 2… Very informative–now I don’t have to see it because you were decent to do it for me!

    Oh, Pixar. I had a feeling they were sharkjumping (or fridgenuking, as nerd circles call it now) nearly a decade ago already. They already have their set formula of “whole world of inanimate objects with their own culture and the lead character wants more out of life, yeah…and don’t forget the merchandise…” And now *Planes*? I use Home On The Range as my template of that one movie that finally prove a studio’s formula has officially run out of gas–and this is where I can easily see Pixar heading next.

  • Torgeaux

    If you are not a NASCAR fan, the first movie isn’t going to make a lot of sense and this movie makes even less sense because who ever was at the wheel for this film had no idea what they were doing. The premise of the first movie was an intellegent move by Pixar and Disney because according to a lot of statistics NASCAR racing is a (don’t kill me) car’s length away from the #1 sport in America..American Football. The first movie was well grounded in the legend of stock car racing and what the hard-core NASCAR fans liked int he way of humor and small town America. If you know nothing about NASCAR you won’t get half of what the film is all about and it will be just another simple Disney plot which you would get rapidly bored with. I got introduced to this ‘sport’ in the mid-1960’s. I freely admit I do not have the sports gene so instead of thrilling to a specatcular show of driving skill I saw a sad metaphor for life itself. Going round and round, getting nowhere at high speed with a lot of noise and the occasional wreck to break the tedium. I was bored with it for hours before it was over. My best friends family loved it and invited me often. For my best friend’s sake I’d be happy to go and inhale a fetid atmosphere of 50% unburned hydrocarbons. Enjoyed your review and keep ’em coming. I love your stuff!

  • invisiblecrane

    It’s been so long since there was a BBC video…BlockBuster Chick that is. Nice to see a fellow Scotsperson in the reviewing community

  • The Blockbuster Chick

    Really appreciate the lovely comments guys. I am so glad to be back doing what I love. And rest assured, I’m working my butt off to get my next review Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind ready for you lovely peeps. Thanks again :)

  • Gandalf 68000

    Dont’ worry Suzie, YOU are cuter than Cookie !

    • danbreunig

      Yes and Indeed.