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5 Reasons the Cars 2 Movie Will Suck

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Along with the announcement that Disney was going to release all of their new CGI-animated cartoons in 3D format came the horrifying revelation that for some God-awful reason, Disney and Pixar were going to make Cars 2. It’s sad to think that Pixar is going to devote its time to making a sequel of its worst movie EVER when they could spend time focusing on new and original content, which is their strong selling point among animated producers.

Here are five reasons why the Cars 2 movie will suck:

  1. The original Cars was awful. It was boring, slow, unimaginative, not funny and lacked exciting animation.
  2. The world of cars is a limited one.  The first one featured some uninteresting racing action and attempted drama, which is about as much as you can get out of a car movie about talking cars. The original Cars used up everything you could possibly imagine in the first ten minutes of the movie.
  3. Cars can’t show emotion. As seen in the first one, it’s hard to show emotion, expression and so on and so forth with a bunch of cars. Let’s just say no one wanted to see the love scenes and no one cared.
  4. This is a weak reason why the movie will suck, but Brad Lewis is directing the film. He produced Ratatouille, one of Pixar’s best movies, but he has never directed a movie in his life.
  5. The original Cars movie sucked. Did I already say that?

Frankly, I’m bummed that I will have to see previews for a sequel. Stupid Disney! Stupid Disney!

By Erik Samdahl
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  • You’re an idiot

    Cars was awesome and my daughter absolutely loves it. Maybe the movie was not ment for you, but your kids. It was smart, funny, and did not ruin it by sticking some major black stereotype in the fil to appeal to blacks who may accidentally stumble into a rated G movie trying to find the latest Snoop Dog movie. Stupid critic! Stupid critic!

  • J

    True, he is an idiot!!!!! The Cars movie was loved by both boys and girls. My son adores it! And it wasn’t boring. How can you “put down” a movie that you haven’t even seen yet…and assume it will be bad. I haven’t heard of a child that doesn’t like the movie.
    Maybe you need to stick to reviewing movies that you can understand!

    You’re the one who sucks! Idiot!

  • http://www.filmjabber.com Erik Samdahl

    Thanks, guys, for the support! Compared to all of the other Pixar movies, it was just dreadfully boring and unfunny.

  • Big C

    You’re an idiot!

  • http://www.filmjabber.com Erik Samdahl

    Thanks for agreeing with me, Big C.

  • L.J.

    Although we did not stumble in on this G rated movie, my son and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I am sure that my son will enjoy the second installment of this movie as well as all the Snoop Dog fans that I know.

  • Mark

    Cars was a great movie, and those five reasons were stupid. This is why I hate blogs, it’s too easy for idiots to make posts like these.

  • http://www.filmjabber.com Erik Samdahl

    Was Cars better than the other Pixar movies?

  • Keryn

    F**K YOU! who ever posted this blog are full of s**t. Cars is an epic movie! Just because your a sad old lonely probably fat computer nerd thats no reason to be dissing the best movie ever created! I think you should grow up, shave your beard take a shower and move out of your parents house! And then just DIE!!

  • Savana

    5 reasons you suck

    1. Cars is one of the best animated movies ever made!
    2. YOU ARE FAT!!
    3. You cant review a movie you dont understand you f**king retard!!!
    4. You also cant review a movie that hasnt even been released to the media!
    5. You are simply the dumbest person alive and you will die a horrible death!

    Thank you :)
    xo

  • Loser.

    You shouldnt reveiw movies you havnt seen. Lots of people around the world loved that movie!

  • YOUR AN IDIOT!

    GOD! YOU NEED A LIFE! CARS WAS A GREAT MOVIE!

  • http://www.filmjabber.com Erik Samdahl

    Wow, I love these people who show up, post 5 comments and think that they’ve fooled people into thinking that they are each a different person. I’m just happy this post evoked such a strong reaction out of someone that they would call me fat. I think that’s a first.

    And Cars… an epic movie? Really. So it’s on par with Lawrence of Arabia? The Godfather? Hell, The Incredibles? Wall-E?

    You have to be kidding me.

  • gabo

    erik you are a typical square head! its a 3d child movie…some kids are fascinating by cars because of this movie. all kids like THE CARS,the truth is coming from child mouth.i think you must make difference between wall-e and the cars……the cars is just a great kid entertemaint. and you must have nothing to do in your entire life to comments kids movie. go suck micheal jackson in is tomb!

  • http://www.filmjabber.com Erik Samdahl

    @gabo – fair enough, but I’m also comparing Cars to every other Pixar movie and it pales in comparison.

  • Devin D.

    I agree with you 100% Erik. These idiots think Cars is “Epic” and “The Greatest Movie Ever!” but worsed of all they think it’s on par with “Toy Story”, “Ratatoullie”, “Wall-E” and “Up”?!
    I guess at the end of the day, people don’t want flowers (the other Pixar films) they want the pile of s**t (Cars).

  • http://www.filmjabber.com Erik Samdahl

    Thanks, Devin!

  • Devin D.

    Sure thing.:)

  • Alex

    Cars: a movie that broke box office records and won many awards, was a movie with clear cut animation, good values, humerous jokes, and a movie that kids enjoyed to the point were parents were getting upset that that was the only thing they wanted to watch. Wall-E was one of the movies i was disappointed with. The only thing it was concerned about, was getting the “save the world” and “go green” message across. I admit Ratatoullie was a good movie…but only as an adult. All of the kids that i’ve babysat for have picked cars over movies like Ratatoullie, Toy Story, and even up. Cars was new and exciting. It had good racing, family frienly values, and it brought in a wide variety of emotion. Cars is my favorite movie and of course you can’t compare this movie to movies like “Lawrence of Arbia” or “The Godfather.” No parent in they’re right minds would ever let their children see those movies, and movies like Wall-E have only one purpose and one purpose only. To send everyone a message about “going green!”
    Stop trashing a movie you’ve never seen and appreciate the fantastic movie that was created in 2006…Cars.

  • http://www.filmjabber.com Erik Samdahl

    Hi Alex,

    Thanks for the great comment. I do review such movies from an adult’s point of view, and I can see how kids liked Cars. But there are kids movies that can appeal to both children and adults, and Cars is not one of them. I just found it extremely dull.

    I realize I’m in the minority on this, but that’s where I stand.

    Also, while I agree with you that little kids would likely enjoy Cars more than Wall-E due to its narrative, what’s wrong with sending children a message of “going green”?

  • starflower

    Come on people grow up! Is it really necessary to throw around the f-bomb and put down people just because you don’t agree with them! There is NOTHING wrong with a good debate, but we can do it without being so disrespectful!

    That being said, I don’t agree with this blog. First, you shouldn’t be *assuming* Cars 2 will be a bad movie when you haven’t even seen it. Second, not all movies are meant for adults or for every person for that matter. That’s why there are so many different types of movies. Okay so I get it, you don’t like Cars. But you should take into consideration that this movie was nominated for 2 Academy Awards, including Best Animated Feature, and WON the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film! It also broke records for retail sales of merchandise based on a Disney·Pixar film, with an estimated $5 billion in sales of merchandise alone! In addition, In its opening weekend, Cars $60,119,509 in 3,985 theaters in the United States ranking number one at the box office. In the United States, the film held onto the #1 spot for two weeks before being surpassed by Click and then by Superman Returns the following weekend. It went on to gross $461,981,604 worldwide (ranking number 6 in 2006 films) and $244,082,982 in the United States (the third highest-grossing film of 2006 in the country, behind Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest and Night at the Museum). It was the highest-grossing animated film of 2006 in the United States, but lost to Ice Age: The Meltdown in worldwide totals.

    My point is that it was an amazing movie, particularly for kids! I don’t know a child under 10 who didn’t LOVE this movie and who isn’t looking forward to the sequel. Not all movies are supposed to appeal to adults and even though I believe many adults loved this movie, I think it was meant to be for children. Personally I am sick to death of movies that are supposed to be for children and then I see them and realize they are not appropriate for children. Shrek was one of those movies. The first Shrek movie was okay, but it had some innuendos that were not really appropriate for they target audience. Then came the sequels and they were also marketed for children, but were NOT appropriate at all for children. The innuendos of the first Shrek movie became very obvious sexual overtures and I refused to buy the movie or have it in my house for fear of exposing my young children to something so obviously adult! So I was VERY pleased with how Pixar chose to make a movie for children without all the inappropriate language and sexual innuendos that I don’t want to expose my children to until they are old enough to properly understand those things.

  • http://www.filmjabber.com Erik Samdahl

    @starflower – thanks for the great comment. You make some good points, and you’re right – Cars is made for much younger children than other Pixar movies. But I can only review movies on how I perceive them, and Cars just didn’t click for me at all – I am assuming Cars 2 won’t either.

    I also have no doubt it will be a massive box office success; I never made the claim that it would actually be a financial or critical flop.

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