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'Cars 3': EW Review


Animal, monster, mineral: If it can be found in the natural world—or summoned from a land of pure imagination—it must be fair game for Pixar’s pixie-dusted cinematic sorcery. More than two decades in, Disney’s once-scrappy computer-animation subsidiary (sprung, appropriately, from the house a mouse built) has become the 24-karat standard of all-ages movie magic: a gleaming, ergonomically curved wonderland of turquoise-furred beasts, enterprising ant colonies, talky plastic cowboys, and forgetful little tang fish.

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