Cars 3

Blindsided by a new generation of blazing-fast racers, the legendary Lightning McQueen is suddenly pushed out of the sport he loves. To get back in the game, he will need the help of an eager young race technician with her own plan to win, inspiration from the late Fabulous Hudson Hornet, and a few unexpected turns. Proving that #95 isn’t through yet will test the heart of a champion on Piston Cup Racing’s biggest stage!
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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Lightning McQueen (voice): Owen Wilson
  • Cruz Ramirez (voice): Cristela Alonzo
  • Smokey Yunick (voice): Chris Cooper
  • Sterling (voice): Nathan Fillion
  • Mater (voice): Larry the Cable Guy
  • Jackson Storm (voice): Armie Hammer
  • Sally Careera (Voice): Bonnie Hunt
  • Natalie Certain (voice): Kerry Washington
  • Miss Fritter (voice): Lea DeLaria
  • Luigi (voice): Tony Shalhoub
  • Guido (voice): Guido Quaroni
  • Fillmore (voice): Lloyd Sherr
  • Sarge (voice): Paul Dooley
  • Ramone (voice): Cheech Marin
  • Flo (voice): Jenifer Lewis
  • Hamilton (voice): Lewis Hamilton
  • Bob Cutlass (voice): Bob Costas
  • Chick Hicks (voice): Bob Peterson
  • Lizzie (voice): Katherine Helmond
  • Mack (voice): John Ratzenberger
  • Sheriff (voice): Michael Wallis
  • Dusty (voice): Ray Magliozzi
  • Rusty (voice): Tom Magliozzi
  • Junior ‘Midnight’ Moon (voice): Junior Johnson
  • Louise ‘Barnstormer’ Nash (voice): Margo Martindale
  • Chase Racelott (voice): Chase Elliott
  • Ryan ‘Inside’ Laney (voice): Ryan Blaney
  • Darrell Cartrip (voice): Darrell Waltrip
  • Shannon Spokes (voice): Shannon Spake
  • Tex (voice): Humpy Wheeler
  • Jeff Gorvette (voice): Jeff Gordon
  • Danny Swervez (voice): Daniel Suárez
  • Cal Weathers (voice): Kyle Petty
  • Mike Joyride (voice): Mike Joy
  • Ray Reverham (voice): Ray Evernham
  • Strip “The King” Weathers (voice): Richard Petty
  • Doc Hudson (voice): Paul Newman
  • Radio Sports Talk DJ (Voice): Jason Pace
  • Bobby Swift (voice): Angel Oquendo
  • Maddy McGear (voice): Madeleine McGraw
  • Sweet Tea (voice): Andra Day
  • Bubba Wheelhouse (voice): Bubba Wallace
  • River Scott (voice): Isiah Whitlock Jr.

Film Crew:

  • Screenplay: Bob Peterson
  • Executive Producer: John Lasseter
  • Orchestrator: Don Davis
  • Thanks: Darla K. Anderson
  • Thanks: Kori Rae
  • Conductor: Randy Newman
  • Set Dresser: Sophie Vincelette
  • Art Direction: Laura Phillips
  • Sculptor: Jerome Ranft
  • Co-Producer: Andrea Warren
  • Storyboard Artist: Louis Gonzales
  • Director of Photography: Jeremy Lasky
  • Animation: Shawn Krause
  • Supervising Animator: Bobby Podesta
  • Animation: Dave Mullins
  • Sound Effects Editor: E.J. Holowicki
  • Director of Photography: Kim White
  • ADR Editor: Michael Silvers
  • Foley Artist: Dennie Thorpe
  • Foley Artist: Jana Vance
  • Screenplay: Mike Rich
  • Production Design: William Cone
  • Foley Editor: Teresa Eckton
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Tom Myers
  • Thanks: Galyn Susman
  • Casting: Kevin Reher
  • Thanks: John Walker
  • Original Story: Eyal Podell
  • Original Story: Ben Queen
  • Thanks: Rob Gibbs
  • ADR Voice Casting: Barbara Harris
  • Story Artist: Christian Roman
  • Story Consultant: Jeff Gordon
  • Thanks: Chris Montan
  • Casting: Natalie Lyon
  • Thanks: Denise Ream
  • Production Design: Jay Shuster
  • Layout: Adam Habib
  • Musician: George Doering
  • Story Supervisor: Scott Morse
  • Screenplay: Kiel Murray
  • Post Production Supervisor: Jessie Thiele
  • Storyboard Artist: Kevin O’Brien
  • Executive Music Producer: Tom MacDougall
  • Musician: Eric Bradley
  • Musician: Bart Samolis
  • Storyboard Artist: Michael Yates
  • ADR Mixer: Vincent Cosson
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Michael Semanick
  • Music Editor: Joe E. Rand
  • Publicist: Chris Wiggum
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Steve Avoujageli
  • Thanks: Humpy Wheeler
  • Original Story: Brian Fee
  • Storyboard: Angelo Libutti
  • ADR Mixer: Howard London
  • Colorist: Mark Dinicola
  • Storyboard Artist: John Hoffman
  • Animation: James W. Brown
  • Animation: Shad Bradbury
  • Sound Effects Editor: Benjamin A. Burtt
  • Thanks: Nicole Paradis Grindle
  • Animation Director: Royce Wesley
  • Music Editor: Dominick Certo
  • Foley Mixer: Blake Collins
  • Additional Editor: Gregory Amundson
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Brian Chumney
  • Thanks: Ray Evernham
  • Software Engineer: Ryan Kautzman
  • Orchestrator: Jonathan Sacks
  • Animation Director: Mark C. Harris
  • Animation: Adam Rodriguez
  • VFX Artist: Andrew Wheeler
  • Production Coordinator: Dana Frankoff
  • Set Designer: Paul Abadilla
  • Master Lighting Artist: Lloyd Bernberg
  • Shading: Stacey Truman
  • Art Direction: Noah Klocek
  • First Assistant Editor: Amera Rizk
  • Layout: Charlie Ramos
  • Script Supervisor: Jessica Heidt
  • Musician: Kevin Connolly
  • Animation: Simon Christen
  • Musician: Matt Chamberlain
  • Animation: Jean-Claude Tran
  • Assistant Editor: Joe Garrity
  • Original Story: Jonathon E. Stewart
  • VFX Artist: Aaron Conover
  • Musician: Andrew Synowiec
  • Musician: Wade Culbreath
  • VFX Artist: Michael Fong
  • Storyboard Artist: Edgar Karapetyan
  • Post Production Supervisor: Dana Murray
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Amit Baadkar
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Jon Reisch
  • Art Department Manager: Nick Berry
  • Animation Director: Jude Brownbill
  • Art Direction: Craig Foster
  • Animation: Neil Helm
  • Modeling: Jonas Jarvers
  • Lighting Artist: Burt Peng
  • Layout: Jan Pfenninger
  • Animation: Michael Sauls
  • Master Lighting Artist: David Shavers
  • Director of Photography: Michael Sparber
  • Animation: Jessica Torres
  • Animation: Ricky Wight
  • Musician: Steve Schaeffer
  • Publicist: Briana Gardner
  • Master Lighting Artist: Brian Boyd
  • Editor: Jason Hudak
  • Musician: Don Williams
  • Publicist: Diane Howard
  • Layout: Jahkeeli Garnett
  • Musician: Karl Vincent
  • Animation: Claudio de Oliveira
  • Animation: Tim Pixton
  • Animation: Benjamin Su
  • Finance: Kate Lardiere
  • Animation: Brendan Beesley
  • Animation: Mike Stern
  • Master Lighting Artist: Jose Luis Ramos
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Rachael Bigelow
  • Lighting Coordinator: Jon Bryant
  • Set Dressing Artist: Michael Rutter
  • VFX Artist: Yung Lian Frank Tai
  • Software Engineer: Winston O. Good
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Jose Ignacio
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Shaun Brown
  • Master Lighting Artist: Charu Clark
  • Master Lighting Artist: Paul Oakley
  • Animation: Andrew Atteberry
  • Musician: Serena McKinney
  • Animation: Lance Fite
  • Animation: Catherine Hicks
  • Animation: Ben Rush
  • Animation: David Torres
  • Script Coordinator: Jessica Katz
  • Foley Artist: Geoff Vaughan
  • Lighting Artist: Dorien Gunnels
  • Lighting Artist: Linhan Li
  • Lighting Artist: Farhez Rayani
  • Production Coordinator: Maura Turner
  • Software Engineer: Mike H. Mahony
  • Software Engineer: Félix O. Santiago
  • Software Engineer: Gates Roberg-Clark
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Dan Berman
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Nic Bishop
  • VFX Artist: Erik Shepherd
  • Animation: Tal Shwarzman
  • Musician: Scott Hosfeld
  • Musician: Fred Kron
  • Animation Manager: Matt DeMartini
  • Scoring Mixer: David Boucher
  • Animation: Nathan Wall
  • First Assistant Sound Editor: Anthony De Francesco
  • Storyboard Artist: Rejean Bourdages
  • Stereoscopic Technical Director: Erin Lehmkühl
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Nathan Nance
  • Production Manager: Pamela Darrow
  • Stereoscopic Technical Director: Stewart Pomeroy
  • Musician: Helen Z. Altenbach
  • Foley Editor: Qianbaihui Yang
  • Layout: Andrea Goh
  • Matte Painter: Ernesto Nemesio
  • Color Grading: Susan Brunig
  • Graphic Designer: Josh Holtsclaw
  • Storyboard Artist: Michael Daley
  • Storyboard Artist: Xavier Riffault
  • Thanks: John Bickford
  • Thanks: Doug Berman
  • Thanks: Erin Crocker
  • Thanks: Rick Hendrick
  • Security: Brian Rankin
  • Production Assistant: Christine Crowley
  • Production Coordinator: Laura Finell
  • Production Coordinator: Emily Goldsborough
  • Story Coordinator: Daniel LaPook
  • Assistant Editor: Eric M. Barker
  • Assistant Editor: Jon Vargo
  • Assistant Editor: Jonathan Vargo
  • Post Production Coordinator: Anthony David Duran
  • Additional Music: Corbin Hayes
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Jamie Williams
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: James Bartolozzi
  • VFX Artist: Evan Denmark
  • VFX Artist: Marlena Fecho
  • Stereoscopic Technical Director: Jay-Vincent Jones
  • Lighting Artist: Jesse Weglein
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Eric Lacroix
  • Layout: Bernard Lizon
  • Layout: Ryan Heuett
  • Animation: Montaque Ruffin
  • Story Artist: Sam Hood

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: **The new age begins!**

    Having seen enough animated feature that possible eligible for the 2018 Oscars, I’m really disappointed with the result of some of the big titles. Yes, including this one, not big films, except ‘Coco’ are up to any impressive. The bright side is, after a long time, 2D animation might win. This was an okay film. Though I liked the story outline, but did not like how it all was narrated.

    I have seen the evolution of ‘Harry Potter’. I meant the cast, particularly the main three. For a decade, the little kids grew into older teenagers. But for an animation character, there’s no concept of ageing. They always remain same. This film just gave a new perspective. I mean it talked about being or growing old and how it impacts our lives. That we can’t hold forever our safe position. Sooner or later, the youngsters will take over it.

    McQueen is enjoying his racing, competing with his friendly opponents. But it all changes when a young rookie rewrites the history. Without able to cope with the new generation and their aggression, how McQueen and Co like to counter the latest threat is the film’s story. Liked such inspiring storyline. I mean it would inspire more the middle aged people than anybody else. But it is a fun film for all ages, particularly the kids. It is just like turning ‘Rambo’ into ‘Creed’, I just want a new beginning in the next sequel.

    _7/10_

  • furious_iz: A worthy follow up to the original film, miles better than Cars 2. They wisely focus the action back on Lightnin’ McQueen and keep Mater to a bare minimum. It’s not going to change lives, but a solid animated feature nonetheless. Even when Pixar is coasting they still deliver a very pretty looking film, albeit a little shallow.

    One thing bugs me though, why in a world of anthropomorphic vehicles, with no signs of humans, do they have door handles…?

  • r96sk: I agree ‘Cars 3’ improves upon ‘Cars 2’, not by much though.

    The story for this does feel more rounded than the preceding film, even if it ends rather lamely. The whole production builds up around Lightning McQueen, rightly, before strangely having a conclusion that focuses on newbie Cruz Ramirez. I like the idea of what they were going for, but the way the do it is actually quite poor – it feels too forced, as well as chucking most of the development for McQueen across acts one and two out the window.

    With that said, it isn’t a massive hindrance. I still had a fun time with this. Owen Wilson remains good as McQueen, while Cristela Alonzo gives an accomplished performance as Ramirez. One thing I do rate about Alonzo is that Disney didn’t go down the obvious, lovey-dovey route with her.

    None of the rest of the cast standout all that much, though it’s cool to hear Kerry Washington as Natalie Certain. Mater (Larry the Cable Guy) is arguably underused, which is weird as he is overused in the 2011 sequel – they don’t seem to know how to fit him in ideally.

    The overall premise itself is interesting, while the animation remains in top gear. The ending doesn’t fit perfectly for me, but I can still recommend that you give this a viewing.

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