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Cars 2: New Clip + New Image!

Two very different examples of Italy’s representation in Cars 2 take the spotlight in the latest promos for the upcoming film.

In the image to the right, Lightning McQueen meets Luigi’s family on a stop to the Ferrari fanatic’s hometown. Fans met Uncle and Mama Topolino a couple of months ago as part of the Cars 2 character rollout.

Also fresh is a brand new clip from the film, titled Tokyo Party, which introduces viewers to another Italian character. Instead of being friendly like the Topolino’s, Francesco Bernoulli is just plain cocky:

Cars 2 Countdown: 16 days!

Your thoughts?

10 Responses to Cars 2: New Clip + New Image!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow. That is just not very interesting.

  2. Anonymous says:

    How…. How does he drink from the wine glass? ._.

  3. Anonymous says:

    wow… sad day for pixar. This movie looks like the equivalent of a TV dinner, when we’re used to roasted quail and all the trimmings. Why would Pixar make a squeal of their weakest movie?

  4. Anonymous says:

    The consensus is that the film appears of low quality, and as more clips are released, I’m slowly succumbing to agreeing. It looks like a stale movie, more mature than Dreamworks but feels like it lacks the energy of the other movies. I don’t know, I’m just going to watch the film and assume a successful film

  5. Anonymous says:

    Why is everyone so negative on here? Every year people say that it’s gonna suck, and then they watch it and love it.

  6. Anonymous says:

    So far, the reviews are extremely negative. I bet it does ok at the box office, though.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I have not seen any reviews for it online. Where are you finding these reviews?

  8. Anonymous says:

    I’ve honestly been a supporter of every Pixar movie to date, even the first “Cars” along with some of the “odder” ones like wall-e. I believe that film-making is about good story telling, and I believe good-story telling is done by character-development rather than plot development. I thought Pixar believed the same thing (their movies have suggested such) but I am simply dumbfounded why such a disciplined studio would think that adding plot to a storyline of their weakest characters would fly as a sequal. Woody, and Buzz have enough meat to their characters for 20 movies. But McQueen and Mater are as simple as a pb&j. McQueen likes to win. Mater likes to joke. End of story.

  9. martini833 says:

    From what I saw, I think everyone will be pretty surprised. I’ll have a full review in a week. Until then…

  10. Anonymous says:

    I saw it. I was surprised. Worst Pixar film ever. Assaultive, repetitive, and joyless.

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