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Cars 3 and the Problem With Pixar Sequels

I went to seeCars 3today, but it was almost out of a sense of loyalty as a Disney fan to see it and not because I actually wanted to see it. But, I have to admit I was pleasantly surprised by it. I'm not sure if my expectations were just that low or if I actually enjoyed the film. Probably a little bit of both.
Before I get too deep into this, I want to warn that, while this is not a full review ofCars 3, per say, there might beSPOILERSfor this...or any other Pixar sequel for that matter. So, consider yourself warned.
I don't mean to get down onCars 3because I actually did enjoy the film. I liked the fact that women were included in racing and I liked the overall message. But did I feel it entirely necessary? No. And that's my problem with the Pixar sequels. Is there any real reason for any of them? Actually, I have one caveat - I did think theToy Storytrilogy was a necessary one to tell the complete story of toys during their life with one owner. That is why I am so against…

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