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McQueen is desperate to win the race, not only to be the first rookie to win the Piston Cup, but also because it would allow him to leave the unglamorous sponsorship of Rust-Eze, a bumper ointment company, and take The King's place on the prestigious and lucrative Dinoco team.

However, he struggles to work with others due to his selfishness, which has caused him to fire three crew chiefs and having his pit crew quit after the race.

Eager to get to California as soon as possible, he pushes his big rig , Mack , to travel all night long.

While McQueen is sleeping, Mack nods off and is startled awake, causing McQueen to fall out the back of the trailer and onto the road.

McQueen wakes up in the middle of traffic and speeds off the highway in search of Mack, but instead ends up in the rundown desert town of Radiator Springs , where he inadvertently damages the pavement of the main road.

The next day, McQueen is ordered by the town judge and medical doctor, Doc Hudson , to leave town immediately, but the local lawyer, Sally , requests that McQueen should instead be assigned community service to repave the road, to which Doc reluctantly agrees.

Still in a rush to leave town, McQueen repaves the road shoddily, and is ordered to repave it again. During this time, he begins to warm to the town, and befriends several of its residents.

He learns that Radiator Springs was once a popular stop along U. Route 66 until it was bypassed with the construction of Interstate 40 and mostly forgotten, and that Doc was the Fabulous Hudson Hornet , a three-time Piston Cup champion whose career ended from a devastating crash in He bonds with Sally, who found happiness when she gave up a fast life in Los Angeles to live in Radiator Springs, and now dreams of putting the town back on the map.

McQueen finishes repaving the road, reinvigorating the town's residents, and decides to spend an extra day in Radiator Springs with his new friends, but his time there is cut short when Mack and the media descend on the town.

McQueen reluctantly leaves to reach California in time for the race while Sally expresses her disappointment with Doc upon discovering that he was responsible for tipping off the media to McQueen's whereabouts.

At the race, McQueen races distractedly and soon falls into last place. He is then surprised to discover that Doc, having a change of heart, has taken over as his crew chief and several of his other friends from Radiator Springs are helping in the pit.

Inspired and recalling tricks he learned from Doc and his friends, McQueen vaults into the lead. On the final lap, Chick sideswipes and sends The King into a dangerous crash.

Recalling Doc's fate, McQueen stops just short of the finish line, handing Chick the victory, and drives back to push The King over the finish line.

As a result, the angered crowd and media condemn Chick's victory but praise McQueen's sportsmanship.

McQueen is offered the Dinoco sponsorship, but declines and insists on staying with Rust-Eze out of loyalty for their past support. Back at Radiator Springs, McQueen reunites with Sally and announces that he will be setting up his racing headquarters there, putting Radiator Springs back on the map.

In a post-credits scene , Minny and Van, a couple who were trying to find the Interstate, are shown lost in the middle of the desert. The memorial showed the roles he had done in the other films directed by John Lasseter during the credits.

The genesis of the film came in as Pixar began wrapping up production on A Bug's Life. At that time, Jorgen Klubien began writing a new script called The Yellow Car , which was about an electric car living in a gas-guzzling world inspired by The Ugly Duckling , an idea triggered by the poor reception his fellow countrymen gave the Mini-El car.

John Lasseter said that inspiration for the film's story came after he took a cross-country road trip with his wife and five sons in Wallis then led eleven Pixar animators in rented white Cadillacs on two different road trips across the route to research the film.

Route 66 , but the title was changed to Cars in order to avoid confusion with the s television series of the same name. In , Lasseter spoke about the inspiration for the film, saying: "I have always loved cars.

In one vein, I have Disney blood, and in the other, there's motor oil. The notion of combining these two great passions in my life—cars and animation—was irresistible.

When Joe Ranft and I first started talking about this film in , we knew we wanted to do something with cars as characters. Around that same time, we watched a documentary called 'Divided Highways,' which dealt with the interstate highway and how it affected the small towns along the way.

We were so moved by it and began thinking about what it must have been like in these small towns that got bypassed. That's when we started really researching Route 66, but we still hadn't quite figured out what the story for the film was going to be.

I used to travel that highway with my family as a child when we visited our family in St. Years later in , Klubien said the film was both his best and most bitter experience because he was fired before it premiered and because he feels Lasseter wrote him out of the story of how the film got made.

In , Lasseter spoke about how they worked hard to make the animation believable, saying: "It took many months of trial and error, and practicing test animation, to figure out how each car moves and how their world works.

Our supervising animators, Doug Sweetland and Scott Clark, and the directing animators, Bobby Podesta and James Ford Murphy, did an amazing job working with the animation team to determine the unique movements for each character based on its age and the type of car it was.

Some cars are like sports cars and they're much tighter in their suspension. Others are older '50s cars that are a lot looser and have more bounce to them.

We wanted to get that authenticity in there but also to make sure each car had a unique personality. We also wanted each animator to be able to put some of themself in the character and give it their own spin.

Every day in dailies, it was so much fun because we would see things that we had never seen in our lives. The world of cars came alive in a believable and unexpected way.

Unlike most anthropomorphic cars, the eyes of the cars in this film were placed on the windshield which resembles the Tonka Talking Trucks, the characters from Tex Avery 's One Cab's Family short and Disney's own Susie the Little Blue Coupe , rather than within the headlights.

For one thing, it separates our characters from the more common approach where you have little cartoon eyes in the headlights.

For another, he thought that having the eyes down near the mouth at the front end of the car feels more like a snake.

With the eyes set in the windshield, the point of view is more human-like, and made it feel like the whole car could be involved in the animation of the character.

In , supervising animator on the film Scott Clark, spoke about the challenges of animating car characters, saying: "Getting a full range of performance and emotion from these characters and making them still seem like cars was a tough assignment, but that's what animation does best.

You use your imagination, and you make the movements and gestures fit with the design. Our car characters may not have arms and legs, but we can lean the tires in or out to suggest hands opening up or closing in.

We can use steering to point a certain direction. We also designed a special eyelid and an eyebrow for the windshield that lets us communicate an expressiveness that cars don't have.

With The Incredibles , the animator could get reference for the characters by shooting himself and watching the footage.

But with Cars , it departs completely from any reference. Yes they're cars, but no car can do what our characters do.

It's pure fantasy. It took a lot of trial and error to get them to look right. Lasseter also explained that the film started with pencil and paper designs, saying: "Truth to materials.

Starting with pencil-and-paper designs from production designer Bob Pauley, and continuing through the modeling, articulation, and shading of the characters, and finally into animation, the production team worked hard to have the car characters remain true to their origins.

He insisted on truth to materials. This was a huge thing for him. He told us that steel needs to feel like steel.

Glass should feel like glass. These cars need to feel heavy. They weigh three or four thousand pounds. When they move around, they need to have that feel.

They shouldn't appear light or overly bouncy to the point where the audience might see them as rubber toys. John kept reminding us that these characters are made of metal and they weigh several thousand pounds.

They can't stretch. He showed us examples of very loose animation to illustrate what not to do. Character shading supervisor on the film Thomas Jordan explained that chrome and car paint were the main challenges on the film, saying: "Chrome and car paint were our two main challenges on this film.

We started out by learning as much as we could. At the local body shop, we watched them paint a car, and we saw the way they mixed the paint and applied the various coats.

We tried to dissect what goes into the real paint and recreated it in the computer. We figured out that we needed a base paint, which is where the color comes from, and the clearcoat, which provides the reflection.

We were then able to add in things like metallic flake to give it a glittery sparkle, a pearlescent quality that might change color depending on the angle, and even a layer of pin-striping for characters like Ramone.

Rendering lead Jessica McMackin spoke about the use of ray tracing on the film, saying: "In addition to creating accurate reflections, we used ray tracing to achieve other effects.

We were able to use this approach to create accurate shadows, like when there are multiple light sources and you want to get a feathering of shadows at the edges.

Or occlusion, which is the absence of ambient light between two surfaces, like a crease in a shirt. A fourth use is irradiance.

An example of this would be if you had a piece of red paper and held it up to a white wall, the light would be colored by the paper and cast a red glow on the wall.

In the past, characters have never known about their environment in any way. A simulation pass was required if you wanted to make something like that happen.

On Cars , this system is built into the models themselves, and as you move the car around, the vehicle sticks to the ground. It was one of those things that we do at Pixar where we knew going in that it had to be done, but we had no idea how to do it.

Technical director Lisa Forsell explained that to enhance the richness and beauty of the desert landscapes surrounding Radiator Springs, the filmmakers created a department responsible for matte paintings and sky flats, saying: "Digital matte paintings are a way to get a lot of visual complexity without necessarily having to build complex geometry, and write complex shaders.

We spent a lot time working on the clouds and their different formations. They tend to be on several layers and they move relative to each other.

The clouds do in fact have some character and personality. The notion was that just as people see themselves in the clouds, cars see various car-shaped clouds.

The fact that so much attention is put on the skies speaks to the visual level of the film. Is there a story point? Not really.

There is no pixel on the screen that does not have an extraordinary level of scrutiny and care applied to it.

There is nothing that is just throw-away. Computers used in the development of the film were four times faster than those used in The Incredibles and 1, times faster than those used in Toy Story.

To build the cars, the animators used computer platforms similar to those used in the design of real-world automobiles.

Cars was originally going to be released on November 4, , but on December 7, , its release date was moved to June 9, Cars was released on 4K Blu-ray on September 10, The site's critics consensus reads, " Cars offers visual treats that more than compensate for its somewhat thinly written story, adding up to a satisfying diversion for younger viewers.

William Arnold of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer praised it as "one of Pixar's most imaginative and thoroughly appealing movies ever" [48] and Lisa Schwarzbaum of Entertainment Weekly called it "a work of American art as classic as it is modern.

In this case, it's a sense of loss. Lasseter loves these animated inanimate objects as though they were kin, and it shows in every beautifully rendered frame.

Weekly gave the film a positive review, saying " Cars cheerfully hitches cutting-edge animation to a folksy narrative plugging friendship, community and a Luddite mistrust of high tech.

Gene Seymour of Newsday gave the film three out of four stars, saying "And as pop flies go, Cars is pretty to watch, even as it loops, drifts and, at times, looks as if it's just hanging in midair.

It's quite an accomplishment, and perhaps one only possible by Pixar. Joe Williams of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch gave the film an A-, saying "It's powered by a human heart through a roadway of natural wonders and cultural signposts en route to the checkered flag.

And it's not until its final laps that the movie gains the emotional traction we've come to expect from the Toy Story and Nemo crews.

Warning: Cars comes unequipped with two essential options -- charm and a good muffler. But the story is always the critical element in Pixar movies, and Cars' story is heartfelt with a clear and unabashed moral.

The talking cars feel more alive than talking cars should. Thus, the animation, rather than seeming like an expression of the movie's deeper truth, becomes an impediment to it.

Still, it's a Pixar film, right? And they're always worth a gander no matter what anyone says. Cars had a highly successful run during the awards season.

GameSpot gave 7. It has also been noted that the plot of Cars mirrors that of Doc Hollywood , a romantic comedy which stars Michael J.

Fox as a hotshot young doctor who eventually acquires an appreciation for small town values and falls in love with a local law student as result of being sentenced to work at the town hospital after causing a traffic collision in a small town.

A sequel to the film, titled Cars 2 , was released on June 24, A second sequel, titled Cars 3 , was released on June 16, The film again concerns Lightning McQueen, now a veteran racer, who received instruction from a young race car, Cruz Ramirez, to help him to cope with an increasingly high-tech world.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Pixar film. For the franchise, see Cars franchise.

Theatrical release poster. Release date. Running time. See also: List of Cars characters. Main article: Cars soundtrack.

This section uses shallow references to the home page or some other high level page of a website that contains the cited document. Please edit the article so that the hyperlink points to the cited document.

May Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Cars. Main article: Cars video game. Main articles: Cars 2 and Cars 3.

Box Office Mojo. Retrieved August 20, The New York Times. Retrieved June 2, Chmielewski, Dawn; Keegan, Rebecca June 21, Los Angeles Times.

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On the final lap, Chick sideswipes and sends The King into a dangerous crash. Recalling Doc's fate, McQueen stops just short of the finish line, handing Chick the victory, and drives back to push The King over the finish line.

As a result, the angered crowd and media condemn Chick's victory but praise McQueen's sportsmanship.

McQueen is offered the Dinoco sponsorship, but declines and insists on staying with Rust-Eze out of loyalty for their past support. Back at Radiator Springs, McQueen reunites with Sally and announces that he will be setting up his racing headquarters there, putting Radiator Springs back on the map.

In a post-credits scene , Minny and Van, a couple who were trying to find the Interstate, are shown lost in the middle of the desert.

The memorial showed the roles he had done in the other films directed by John Lasseter during the credits.

The genesis of the film came in as Pixar began wrapping up production on A Bug's Life. At that time, Jorgen Klubien began writing a new script called The Yellow Car , which was about an electric car living in a gas-guzzling world inspired by The Ugly Duckling , an idea triggered by the poor reception his fellow countrymen gave the Mini-El car.

John Lasseter said that inspiration for the film's story came after he took a cross-country road trip with his wife and five sons in Wallis then led eleven Pixar animators in rented white Cadillacs on two different road trips across the route to research the film.

Route 66 , but the title was changed to Cars in order to avoid confusion with the s television series of the same name. In , Lasseter spoke about the inspiration for the film, saying: "I have always loved cars.

In one vein, I have Disney blood, and in the other, there's motor oil. The notion of combining these two great passions in my life—cars and animation—was irresistible.

When Joe Ranft and I first started talking about this film in , we knew we wanted to do something with cars as characters.

Around that same time, we watched a documentary called 'Divided Highways,' which dealt with the interstate highway and how it affected the small towns along the way.

We were so moved by it and began thinking about what it must have been like in these small towns that got bypassed. That's when we started really researching Route 66, but we still hadn't quite figured out what the story for the film was going to be.

I used to travel that highway with my family as a child when we visited our family in St. Years later in , Klubien said the film was both his best and most bitter experience because he was fired before it premiered and because he feels Lasseter wrote him out of the story of how the film got made.

In , Lasseter spoke about how they worked hard to make the animation believable, saying: "It took many months of trial and error, and practicing test animation, to figure out how each car moves and how their world works.

Our supervising animators, Doug Sweetland and Scott Clark, and the directing animators, Bobby Podesta and James Ford Murphy, did an amazing job working with the animation team to determine the unique movements for each character based on its age and the type of car it was.

Some cars are like sports cars and they're much tighter in their suspension. Others are older '50s cars that are a lot looser and have more bounce to them.

We wanted to get that authenticity in there but also to make sure each car had a unique personality. We also wanted each animator to be able to put some of themself in the character and give it their own spin.

Every day in dailies, it was so much fun because we would see things that we had never seen in our lives.

The world of cars came alive in a believable and unexpected way. Unlike most anthropomorphic cars, the eyes of the cars in this film were placed on the windshield which resembles the Tonka Talking Trucks, the characters from Tex Avery 's One Cab's Family short and Disney's own Susie the Little Blue Coupe , rather than within the headlights.

For one thing, it separates our characters from the more common approach where you have little cartoon eyes in the headlights.

For another, he thought that having the eyes down near the mouth at the front end of the car feels more like a snake.

With the eyes set in the windshield, the point of view is more human-like, and made it feel like the whole car could be involved in the animation of the character.

In , supervising animator on the film Scott Clark, spoke about the challenges of animating car characters, saying: "Getting a full range of performance and emotion from these characters and making them still seem like cars was a tough assignment, but that's what animation does best.

You use your imagination, and you make the movements and gestures fit with the design. Our car characters may not have arms and legs, but we can lean the tires in or out to suggest hands opening up or closing in.

We can use steering to point a certain direction. We also designed a special eyelid and an eyebrow for the windshield that lets us communicate an expressiveness that cars don't have.

With The Incredibles , the animator could get reference for the characters by shooting himself and watching the footage.

But with Cars , it departs completely from any reference. Yes they're cars, but no car can do what our characters do. It's pure fantasy.

It took a lot of trial and error to get them to look right. Lasseter also explained that the film started with pencil and paper designs, saying: "Truth to materials.

Starting with pencil-and-paper designs from production designer Bob Pauley, and continuing through the modeling, articulation, and shading of the characters, and finally into animation, the production team worked hard to have the car characters remain true to their origins.

He insisted on truth to materials. This was a huge thing for him. He told us that steel needs to feel like steel.

Glass should feel like glass. These cars need to feel heavy. They weigh three or four thousand pounds. When they move around, they need to have that feel.

They shouldn't appear light or overly bouncy to the point where the audience might see them as rubber toys.

John kept reminding us that these characters are made of metal and they weigh several thousand pounds.

They can't stretch. He showed us examples of very loose animation to illustrate what not to do. Character shading supervisor on the film Thomas Jordan explained that chrome and car paint were the main challenges on the film, saying: "Chrome and car paint were our two main challenges on this film.

We started out by learning as much as we could. At the local body shop, we watched them paint a car, and we saw the way they mixed the paint and applied the various coats.

We tried to dissect what goes into the real paint and recreated it in the computer. We figured out that we needed a base paint, which is where the color comes from, and the clearcoat, which provides the reflection.

We were then able to add in things like metallic flake to give it a glittery sparkle, a pearlescent quality that might change color depending on the angle, and even a layer of pin-striping for characters like Ramone.

Rendering lead Jessica McMackin spoke about the use of ray tracing on the film, saying: "In addition to creating accurate reflections, we used ray tracing to achieve other effects.

We were able to use this approach to create accurate shadows, like when there are multiple light sources and you want to get a feathering of shadows at the edges.

Or occlusion, which is the absence of ambient light between two surfaces, like a crease in a shirt. A fourth use is irradiance. An example of this would be if you had a piece of red paper and held it up to a white wall, the light would be colored by the paper and cast a red glow on the wall.

In the past, characters have never known about their environment in any way. A simulation pass was required if you wanted to make something like that happen.

On Cars , this system is built into the models themselves, and as you move the car around, the vehicle sticks to the ground. It was one of those things that we do at Pixar where we knew going in that it had to be done, but we had no idea how to do it.

Technical director Lisa Forsell explained that to enhance the richness and beauty of the desert landscapes surrounding Radiator Springs, the filmmakers created a department responsible for matte paintings and sky flats, saying: "Digital matte paintings are a way to get a lot of visual complexity without necessarily having to build complex geometry, and write complex shaders.

We spent a lot time working on the clouds and their different formations. They tend to be on several layers and they move relative to each other.

The clouds do in fact have some character and personality. The notion was that just as people see themselves in the clouds, cars see various car-shaped clouds.

The fact that so much attention is put on the skies speaks to the visual level of the film. Is there a story point?

Not really. There is no pixel on the screen that does not have an extraordinary level of scrutiny and care applied to it.

There is nothing that is just throw-away. Computers used in the development of the film were four times faster than those used in The Incredibles and 1, times faster than those used in Toy Story.

To build the cars, the animators used computer platforms similar to those used in the design of real-world automobiles. Cars was originally going to be released on November 4, , but on December 7, , its release date was moved to June 9, Cars was released on 4K Blu-ray on September 10, The site's critics consensus reads, " Cars offers visual treats that more than compensate for its somewhat thinly written story, adding up to a satisfying diversion for younger viewers.

William Arnold of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer praised it as "one of Pixar's most imaginative and thoroughly appealing movies ever" [48] and Lisa Schwarzbaum of Entertainment Weekly called it "a work of American art as classic as it is modern.

In this case, it's a sense of loss. Lasseter loves these animated inanimate objects as though they were kin, and it shows in every beautifully rendered frame.

Weekly gave the film a positive review, saying " Cars cheerfully hitches cutting-edge animation to a folksy narrative plugging friendship, community and a Luddite mistrust of high tech.

Gene Seymour of Newsday gave the film three out of four stars, saying "And as pop flies go, Cars is pretty to watch, even as it loops, drifts and, at times, looks as if it's just hanging in midair.

It's quite an accomplishment, and perhaps one only possible by Pixar. Joe Williams of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch gave the film an A-, saying "It's powered by a human heart through a roadway of natural wonders and cultural signposts en route to the checkered flag.

And it's not until its final laps that the movie gains the emotional traction we've come to expect from the Toy Story and Nemo crews. Warning: Cars comes unequipped with two essential options -- charm and a good muffler.

But the story is always the critical element in Pixar movies, and Cars' story is heartfelt with a clear and unabashed moral.

The talking cars feel more alive than talking cars should. Thus, the animation, rather than seeming like an expression of the movie's deeper truth, becomes an impediment to it.

Still, it's a Pixar film, right? And they're always worth a gander no matter what anyone says. Cars had a highly successful run during the awards season.

GameSpot gave 7. It has also been noted that the plot of Cars mirrors that of Doc Hollywood , a romantic comedy which stars Michael J.

Fox as a hotshot young doctor who eventually acquires an appreciation for small town values and falls in love with a local law student as result of being sentenced to work at the town hospital after causing a traffic collision in a small town.

A sequel to the film, titled Cars 2 , was released on June 24, A second sequel, titled Cars 3 , was released on June 16, The film again concerns Lightning McQueen, now a veteran racer, who received instruction from a young race car, Cruz Ramirez, to help him to cope with an increasingly high-tech world.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Pixar film. For the franchise, see Cars franchise. Theatrical release poster.

Release date. Running time. See also: List of Cars characters. Main article: Cars soundtrack. This section uses shallow references to the home page or some other high level page of a website that contains the cited document.

Please edit the article so that the hyperlink points to the cited document. May Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Cars. Main article: Cars video game.

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