Cars 3 offers more heartfelt storytelling and rich animation than its predecessor, yet falls short of raising the bar for the Cars franchise.

Years after his breakout success as a rookie, the world-famous Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) is still at the top of his racing game. Having evolved in a more mature, good-natured racer who now takes pleasure in the sheer joy of the sport and even befriends his fiercest rivals, Lightning suddenly finds himself being pushed out of the game he loves by one Jackson Storm (Armie Hammer), a hotshot member of the modern generation of technologically-advanced racing cars. In a desperate bid to defeat Jackson in the final race of the season, Lightning suffers a terrible crash and leaves the masses wondering: is this the end of ...

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