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2006 Oscars and Cars

It's never too early to look at the year ahead. It always looks so promising on paper. First off, I saw what will surely be one of the year's best films at Showest: John Lasseter's Cars. And I was prepared to be disappointed. Because how can any one company, Pixar, NEVER DELIVER A DUD? NEVER! There's a reason people call Lasseter a genius. He's gifted because he not only cares about the visual elements of movies, but story and character as well. In short, he has heart—humanity is an elusive quality that only a few of our best filmmakers bring to their movies: Steven Spielberg, Bob Zemeckis, Ang Lee, Clint Eastwood...


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