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'Cars 3' reviews prove how desperately we need more female film critics

There are two ways to appreciate Cars movies, I’ve always been fond of saying: Be a child between the ages of 2 and 9, or have one handy. (I was privileged to have a mini-me at hand the first time I saw Cars, and through his eyes, I loved it as he did.)
Without that perspective, everyone grumbles about the same stuff: It’s not as sophisticated as Wall-E, nor nostalgic as Toy Story; it’s not nuanced like Ratatouille nor an emotional exploration like Inside Out. Boiled down, it’s a lot of “Boo-hoo, this is a kiddie movie!”
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