Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson), left, and Cruz Ramirez (Cristela Alonzo) in a scene from "Cars 3."
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Three films in, it's time to ask some hard questions about the world of "Cars".While the cycle of life and death is movingly detailed in most every Pixar movie, particularly in the "Toy Story" series, the aluminum-thin world of "Cars" has always been the exception. The movies and their windshield-eyed cars have none of the existential soul of "Inside Out" or "Finding Nemo". Kids (boys especially) love them, so Pixar keeps making them, even while reproduction, itself, remains a foggy issue in "Cars"-land. Thankfully, after the wayward European trip of the scattershot "Cars 2," there's more under the hood of "Cars 3 ". Previous "Cars" director and Pixar chief John Lasseter cedes the directing to veteran Pixar storyboard artist Brian Fee for "Cars 3," which finds an aging Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) getting outraced by a new pack of metrics-optimized young racers like the arrogant Jackson Storm (Armie Hammer).
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