Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons are back on the track for one final victory lap as they lock in on 2017’s “Cars 3.”
They talk about how Pixar got Paul Newman into the movie posthumously, the movie’s sharp turn away from Radiator Springs, Lightning’s growth and self-reflection, whether Pixar was more embarrassed by “Cars” or “Cars 2,” demolition derbies, motivational speeches, statistical revolutions and more.
Stay tuned for a shocking session of the Natural Selection power rankings.
Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons hit the ol’ highway again and drive on back to 2011 to talk about “Cars 2.”
They discuss everything from Michelangelo to Leonardo Da Vinci to Martin Luther to Puss in Boots to State Farm to murder to assholes to wasabi to much, much more. Stay tuned ’til the end to see if it can beat “Cars” in the Natural Selection rankings!
Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons ride the highway of life into the year 2006 on this episode to discuss Pixar’s seventh film, “Cars.”
Before diving into the movie, they discuss the word “literally,” the fact that there are three “Cars” movies, the real-life inspiration for its characters and events, and how close Lightning McQueen was to not having eyes. Later, they go deep on the film’s eternal runtime, Lightning being an asshole, the creepiness of John Lasseter directing “Cars,” how little chemistry the romantic leads had, and why Taylor was insulted by the movie’s portrayal of rural America.
Where will it land in the Natural Selection rankings? Stay tuned to the end to find out!