The reason I'm saying all these is because I've just recently watched Cars 2. Now although I thoroughly enjoyed the movie, it just wasn't good enough for a Pixar movie. As Charlie from The Perks of Being a Wallflower put it, "I didn't think it was very good because I didn't really feel different when it was over." and Pixar movies always make me feel different afterwards, except for this one. It might be because right after the movie ended we had to dash all the way to the MRT station to catch the last train that I didn't have time to think of anything other than "oh shit oh shit oh shit"... but I don't think that's it. Other than that, Cars was never my favorite Pixar movie to begin with and I think Sally looks like the car version of a soccer mom.
Anyways, criticisms aside, the movie didn't disappoint in terms of the visuals(of course not. it's Pi-freaking-xar) and it did get me actually laughing out loud instead of just saying that I'm LOL-ing. One of the more interesting things about this movie is that it further showed the absurdity(the good kind of absurdity) of a world dominated by talking vehicles instead of people as it brought us along on a tour around the world. The best place would be Tokyo, Japan because the city is already so strange(the good kind of strange) that it just nicely adds up to the absurdity.
*Yeah, a Jane Austen reference because I'm so deep and stuff
So... it's not a bad movie, guys. Though it's not fantastic either. Go check it out anyway.