History YMMV / Cars

12th Jul '16 1:39:13 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* NoProblemWithLicensedGames: The ''VideoGame/{{Cars}}'' video game is considered to be a decent open world racing game.
9th Jul '16 7:04:22 PM Anddrix
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* BaseBreaker: Mater. He's either the BreakoutCharacter or TheScrappy. The general medium ground is that, while he was tolerable in small doses (the first films, "Mater and the Ghostlight" and "Mater's Tall Tales"), the focus on him in the sequel and spinoffs became annoying fast.

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* BaseBreaker: BaseBreakingCharacter: Mater. He's either the BreakoutCharacter or TheScrappy. The general medium ground is that, while he was tolerable in small doses (the first films, "Mater and the Ghostlight" and "Mater's Tall Tales"), the focus on him in the sequel and spinoffs became annoying fast.
19th Jun '16 8:34:28 PM Sammettik
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* BaseBreaker: Mater. He's either the BreakoutCharacter or TheScrappy. The general medium ground is that, while he was tolerable in small doses (the first films, "Mater and the Ghostlight" and "Mater's Tall Tales"), his being the lead in the sequel is what ruined it.

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* BaseBreaker: Mater. He's either the BreakoutCharacter or TheScrappy. The general medium ground is that, while he was tolerable in small doses (the first films, "Mater and the Ghostlight" and "Mater's Tall Tales"), his being the lead focus on him in the sequel is what ruined it.and spinoffs became annoying fast.



* CluelessAesop: The first film half-heartedly attempts to shoehorn in a GreenAesop toward the end, talking about how the old Route 66 "followed the land," as opposed to the new Interstate system which cuts through it. This in a film starring anthropomorphic avatars of one of the biggest consumers of fossil fuels on the planet.
* CriticalDissonance: The first film received the weakest reviews of any Pixar film at the time, yet audience response was much more positive.

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* CluelessAesop: The first film half-heartedly attempts There's a half-hearted attempt to shoehorn in a GreenAesop toward the end, talking about how the old Route 66 "followed the land," as opposed to the new Interstate system which cuts through it. This in a film starring anthropomorphic avatars of one of the biggest consumers of fossil fuels on the planet.
* CriticalDissonance: The first film While it received the weakest reviews of any Pixar film at the time, yet the audience response was much more positive.



** Back when the first movie was released, Magazine/{{MAD}} did a spoof that mentioned (among other things) that they cut an appearance by the "Popemobile" at the last second. Well, guess what actually appears in the sequel...

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** Back when the first movie was released, Magazine/{{MAD}} did a spoof that mentioned (among other things) that they cut an appearance by the "Popemobile" at the last second. Well, guess what actually appears in the sequel...
19th Jun '16 12:23:33 PM Eagal
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* FollowTheLeader: A '''lot''' of people consider ''Cars'' to be "''Doc Hollywood'' with vehicles." Not that that's necessarily a bad thing in itself.
10th Jun '16 6:53:53 PM HighCrate
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* CluelessAesop: The first film half-heartedly attempts to shoehorn in a GreenAesop toward the end, talking about how the old Route 66 "followed the land," as opposed to the new Interstate system which cuts through it. This in a film starring anthropomorphic avatars of one of the biggest consumers of fossil fuels on the planet.
30th May '16 4:56:15 AM AlienofDoom
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* {{Woolseyism}}: During the chase scene between McQueen and Sheriff, McQueen starts zigzaging because he thinks Sheriff is shooting at him (he's actually backfiring), to which Sheriff responds by calling him a crazy hot rodder. In the Spanish dub, he wonders if McQueen's a taxi cab, which is arguably funnier than the generic hot rodder line.

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* {{Woolseyism}}: During the chase scene between McQueen [=McQueen=] and Sheriff, McQueen [=McQueen=] starts zigzaging because he thinks Sheriff is shooting at him (he's actually backfiring), to which Sheriff responds by calling him a crazy hot rodder. In the Spanish dub, he wonders if McQueen's [=McQueen=]'s a taxi cab, which is arguably funnier than the generic hot rodder line.
24th Mar '16 6:20:38 PM ToaofGallifrey
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* Woolseyism: During the chase scene between McQueen and Sheriff, McQueen starts zigzaging because he thinks Sheriff is shooting at him (he's actually backfiring), to which Sheriff responds by calling him a crazy hot rodder. In the Spanish dub, he wonders if McQueen's a taxi cab, which is arguably funnier than the generic hot rodder line.

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* Woolseyism: {{Woolseyism}}: During the chase scene between McQueen and Sheriff, McQueen starts zigzaging because he thinks Sheriff is shooting at him (he's actually backfiring), to which Sheriff responds by calling him a crazy hot rodder. In the Spanish dub, he wonders if McQueen's a taxi cab, which is arguably funnier than the generic hot rodder line.
24th Mar '16 6:17:22 PM ToaofGallifrey
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* Woolseyism: During the chase scene between McQueen and Sheriff, McQueen starts zigzaging because he thinks Sheriff is shooting at him (he's actually backfiring), to which Sheriff responds by calling him a crazy hot rodder. In the Spanish dub, he wonders if McQueen's a taxi cab, which is arguably funnier than the generic hot rodder line.
8th Mar '16 4:12:45 PM rjd1922
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* FollowTheLeader: A '''lot''' of people consider ''Cars'' to be "''Doc Hollywood'' with vehicles." Not that that's necessarily a bad thing in itself.
9th Jan '16 5:11:59 PM Virodhi
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* ParvumOpus: After its release, ''Cars'' was considered the weakest of Pixar's films. At the time this wasn't seen as that much of a problem, as while the film was a significant step down from Pixar's usual bar of quality, it was by no means a god-awful movie. ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars 2}}'', however, has since taken this spot and shattered that notion as the film is seen as genuinely bad. To this day, ''Cars 2'' and ''Cars'' are seen as Pixar's weakest and second-weakest films respectively.
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