History ShoutOut / Cars

5th Sep '15 4:15:22 PM nombretomado
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* Like every Pixar movie, it contains references to other Pixar films (both short and feature-length). Also plenty of references to {{NASCAR}}.
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* Like every Pixar movie, it contains references to other Pixar films (both short and feature-length). Also plenty of references to {{NASCAR}}.UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}}.
23rd Mar '15 1:31:27 AM Phoenixion
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[[/folder]] [[folder:Cars 2]] * Some believe Mater [[TopGear racing around an]] [[Film/MagicalMysteryTour airport landing strip]] is one. * A restaurant in Paris called [[WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}} GasTow's]]. * Raoul Çaroule, the French contestant, is SO Sebastien Loeb! * Holly [[ReversePolarity reverses the polarity]] [[spoiler:[[Series/DoctorWho to turn back time]], though it's only Big Ben(tley)'s gears]]. * Finn [=McMissile=] pulls off [[Franchise/StarWars two familiar-looking tricks in the opening]] - [[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack clinging to the side of a ship to avoid being noticed]], and [[Film/AttackOfTheClones dumping some spare parts to feign his own death]]. * While he and Lightning banter over who deserves a [[AChristmasStory major award]], Francesco emphasizes that he is ''not'' [[AChristmasStory fra-gee-lay]]. * An automotive version of TakeshisCastle appears on a television set when the cast arrives in Japan. * Visually, the [[spoiler:DeathTrap inside of Big Bently, and the way that Finn, Holly, and Mater escape from it,]] is very similar to the climax of Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective - itself inspired by the clock tower chase in ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'', a movie often cited for its great spy action and excellent car chase sequence. * Two flight attendants at Tokyo Airport are named [[MyNeighborTotoro Mei and Satsuki.]] * Near the beginning, the marquee in front of the drive-in theater is advertising ''[[WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles The Incredimobiles]]''. [[/folder]]
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[[/folder]] [[folder:Cars 2]] * Some believe Mater [[TopGear racing around an]] [[Film/MagicalMysteryTour airport landing strip]] is one. * A restaurant in Paris called [[WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}} GasTow's]]. * Raoul Çaroule, the French contestant, is SO Sebastien Loeb! * Holly [[ReversePolarity reverses the polarity]] [[spoiler:[[Series/DoctorWho to turn back time]], though it's only Big Ben(tley)'s gears]]. * Finn [=McMissile=] pulls off [[Franchise/StarWars two familiar-looking tricks in the opening]] - [[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack clinging to the side of a ship to avoid being noticed]], and [[Film/AttackOfTheClones dumping some spare parts to feign his own death]]. * While he and Lightning banter over who deserves a [[AChristmasStory major award]], Francesco emphasizes that he is ''not'' [[AChristmasStory fra-gee-lay]]. * An automotive version of TakeshisCastle appears on a television set when the cast arrives in Japan. * Visually, the [[spoiler:DeathTrap inside of Big Bently, and the way that Finn, Holly, and Mater escape from it,]] is very similar to the climax of Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective - itself inspired by the clock tower chase in ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'', a movie often cited for its great spy action and excellent car chase sequence. * Two flight attendants at Tokyo Airport are named [[MyNeighborTotoro Mei and Satsuki.]] * Near the beginning, the marquee in front of the drive-in theater is advertising ''[[WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles The Incredimobiles]]''. [[/folder]]----
22nd Dec '14 9:02:39 PM TVRulezAgain
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* Visually, the [[spoiler:DeathTrap inside of Big Bently, and the way that Finn, Holly, and Mater escape from it,]] is very similar to the climax of TheGreatMouseDetective - itself inspired by the clock tower chase in ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'', a movie often cited for its great spy action and excellent car chase sequence.
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* Visually, the [[spoiler:DeathTrap inside of Big Bently, and the way that Finn, Holly, and Mater escape from it,]] is very similar to the climax of TheGreatMouseDetective Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective - itself inspired by the clock tower chase in ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'', a movie often cited for its great spy action and excellent car chase sequence.
16th Oct '14 5:34:49 AM LongLiveHumour
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* Finn [=McMissile=] pulls off [[Franchise/StarWars two familiar-looking tricks in the opening]] - [[TheEmpireStrikesBack clinging to the side of a ship to avoid being noticed]], and [[AttackOfTheClones dumping some spare parts to feign his own death]].
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* Finn [=McMissile=] pulls off [[Franchise/StarWars two familiar-looking tricks in the opening]] - [[TheEmpireStrikesBack [[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack clinging to the side of a ship to avoid being noticed]], and [[AttackOfTheClones [[Film/AttackOfTheClones dumping some spare parts to feign his own death]].
16th Oct '14 5:34:39 AM LongLiveHumour
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* Finn [=McMissile=] pulls off [[StarWars two familiar-looking tricks in the opening]] - [[TheEmpireStrikesBack clinging to the side of a ship to avoid being noticed]], and [[AttackOfTheClones dumping some spare parts to feign his own death]].
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* Finn [=McMissile=] pulls off [[StarWars [[Franchise/StarWars two familiar-looking tricks in the opening]] - [[TheEmpireStrikesBack clinging to the side of a ship to avoid being noticed]], and [[AttackOfTheClones dumping some spare parts to feign his own death]].
26th Mar '14 9:01:12 AM dmcreif
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** Lightning himself uses [[WesternAnimation/ToyStory Lightyear Buzzard]] brand tires, and the Lightyear blimp can be seen at races. This one is a twofer: a hark back to Buzz Lightyear and a {{pun}} on Goodyear Eagle tires. Additionally, the Dinoco brand is the name of the gas station Woody and Buzz get stuck at. And Lightning's number, #95, is a reference to the year ''Toy Story'' was released. The number is currently used in NASCAR by Scott Speed.
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** Lightning himself uses [[WesternAnimation/ToyStory Lightyear Buzzard]] brand tires, and the Lightyear blimp can be seen at races. This one is a twofer: a hark back to Buzz Lightyear and a {{pun}} on Goodyear Eagle tires. Additionally, the Dinoco brand is the name of the gas station Woody and Buzz get stuck at. at, while also a pun on Sunoco, the current brand of race fuel used by NASCAR. And Lightning's number, #95, is a reference to the year ''Toy Story'' was released. The number is currently used in NASCAR by Scott Speed.released..
22nd Mar '14 8:56:37 PM HellKillUsAll
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** In fact, his crash during the climactic race is modeled after his notorious crash at the 1988 Daytona 500.

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* Near the beginning, the marquee in front of the drive-in theater is advertising ''[[WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles The Incredimobiles]]''.
9th Feb '14 3:37:35 PM Seraphine
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* Like every Pixar movie, it contains references to other Pixar films (both short and feature-length). Also plenty of references to {{NASCAR}.
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* Like every Pixar movie, it contains references to other Pixar films (both short and feature-length). Also plenty of references to {{NASCAR}.{{NASCAR}}.
4th Jul '13 9:04:43 AM dmcreif
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* Like every Pixar movie, it contains references to other Pixar films (both short and feature-length).
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* Like every Pixar movie, it contains references to other Pixar films (both short and feature-length). Also plenty of references to {{NASCAR}.
4th Jul '13 9:04:25 AM dmcreif
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** Lightning himself uses [[WesternAnimation/ToyStory Lightyear Buzzard]] brand tires, and the Lightyear blimp can be seen at races. This one is a twofer: a hark back to Buzz Lightyear and a {{pun}} on Goodyear Eagle tires. Additionally, the Dinoco brand is the name of the gas station Woody and Buzz get stuck at. And Lightning's number, #95, is a reference to the year ''Toy Story'' was released.
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** Lightning himself uses [[WesternAnimation/ToyStory Lightyear Buzzard]] brand tires, and the Lightyear blimp can be seen at races. This one is a twofer: a hark back to Buzz Lightyear and a {{pun}} on Goodyear Eagle tires. Additionally, the Dinoco brand is the name of the gas station Woody and Buzz get stuck at. And Lightning's number, #95, is a reference to the year ''Toy Story'' was released. The number is currently used in NASCAR by Scott Speed.

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** Lightning himself uses [[WesternAnimation/ToyStory Lightyear Buzzard]] brand tires, and * The King is not only voiced by Richard Petty, but is painted in the Lightyear blimp can be seen at races. This one is a twofer: a hark back to Buzz Lightyear and a {{pun}} on Goodyear Eagle tires. Additionally, the Dinoco brand is the name of the gas station Woody and Buzz get stuck at. And Lightning's number, #95, is a reference to the year ''Toy Story'' same blue shade that Petty's 1970 Plymouth Superbird was released.painted in. * Dale Earnhardt, Jr. voices [[InkSuitActor his own #8 Budweiser Chevrolet Monte Carlo]].
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