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Disney Pixar CARS 2: The Proper Cookies to Eat While Watching CARS 2

“John H.” found these at Ralph’s supermarket.

And lenticulars & Toons are 30% off.

nom nom nom …

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22 June 2011 Disney Pixar CARS 3, Food 17 Comments


  • MackDaddy says:

    Off Topic,

    He’s a five minute trailer from Cars 2.


    Enjoy! 😀

  • BMW says:

    Heb grocery is offering 5.00 Cars 2 Movie Cash if you buy 4 Cars Juicy Juice products. So get your juice to take to the movie and get a few dollars off.

  • I-am-speed says:

    Off-topic, but this “critic” doesn’t know what he’s talking about when it comes to ranking Pixar movies:


    • Fillmore1234 says:

      I agree with you completely. This would have been my list:

      11. A Bugs Life
      10. Toy Story 2
      9. Up
      8. Ratatouilli (or however you spell it :))
      7. The Incredibles
      6. Toy Story
      5. Monsters Inc
      4. Toy Story 3
      3. Wall-E
      2. Cars
      1. Finding Nemo (sorry Cars, but Finding Nemo was just a half a star better. Great voices, amazing scenery, hilarious characters, sad moments. It was just perfect. But all of that was in Cars also except I didnt shed a tear or two. :P)

      • bobbyjack says:

        I didn’t watch what that critic had to say because I never agree with critics anyway. But after looking at Fillmore1234’s list, I would have to agree with him. I have never seen a Bug’s Life so I can’t vote on that one, but I have been unable to stay awake during Up, and unable to finish Rattatouille. So I would have to put Toy Story 2 at 8.

      • I-am-speed says:

        I’d have to go with something like this:

        1. Toy Story 3
        2. Up
        3. Cars
        4. Toy Story
        5. Toy Story 2
        6. Ratatouille
        7. Monsters Inc
        8. Wall-E
        9. Finding Nemo
        10. A Bug’s Life
        11. The Incredibles

        Not cast in stone by any means, but a pretty fair breakdown of our favorites.

        **Of course, Cars 2 will jump to the top in a couple of days, right? 🙂

    • Micky says:

      I agree, this guy doesn’t have a clue.

    • Patrick says:

      I totally agree with you! I mean, he said:

      Please assure your giddy guide that John Lasseter really got the inspiration for “Cars” while dropping acid and viddying Nascar races!

    • Stig McQueen says:

      I’m not surprised; film critics live in a world where a “car” is a yellow sedan with a light on top that someone else drives while you ride in the back seat. They have no concept of NASCAR, Route 66, or anything else.

      • Fillmore1234 says:

        To explain my list a little more:
        11. A Bugs Life. I don’t really like bugs, and I didn’t think it was all that good either. Just trying to put it straight and to the point, lol.
        10. Toy Story 2. Should have changed this to #9 and put Up #10. It was nice, but not the best plot Pixar could have thought of. The 1st and 3rd were wayyyy better.
        9. Up. The only parts I really liked in Up were the first 30 minutes or so. Then it seemed like they ran out of ideas and went way off track with their objective. But I still like the movie, just saying it could have been better.
        8. Rattatouille. Very funny movie, and I really liked it, but I never really appeal to Pixar movies with humans in them. I guess I just think that Pixar is so imaginitive and that everyone sees humans talking, and so there isn’t really a need for you to imagine anything. Does that make sense? 🙂
        7. The Incredibles. Once again, humans in a Pixar film. But they are superheroes, and so theres a little imagination in that. Is this the only Pixar movie with only humans in it? And I actually hated the movie when I saw it at theaters, but after seeing it again, I do think its a pretty good movie.
        6. Toy Story. The very first Animated film. And it was GREAT! Pixar would make a killing if they remade it with today’s technology! Very good movie, and very well done.
        5. Monsters Inc. Fantastic. If Pixar put this much effort into every movie, it would be impossible to judge. Only problem was that it was creepy at times, which was too scary for little kids, but then soft and cuddly at other times, which was too childish for some adults. But I liked it! Lol
        4. Toy Story 3. Only Pixar movie to make me cry twice, make me laugh multiple times, and freak me out when the Baby and the Weird Monkey watching the Secutity Cameras were on screen. Very well done, a major step-forward from Up.
        3. Wall-E. Almost no words were said, but I understood the plot and emotion the first time I watched it. Almost made me cry, but I didn’t. This movie touched my heart the way no other movie has.
        2. Cars. Only dislike of this movie was that it was dry. Pixar made one of the best movies I’ve ever seen, but the only time I thought the movie had that special something was where Lightning and Sally were driving through Tailfin Pass. Even the Motor Speedway of the South forgot that special something to make the movie pop. The movie was hilarious-ly hilarious, and I couldn’t have asked for a better friend than Mater, either.
        1. Finding Nemo. I loved this movie to pieces. For a movie made in 2003, the scenery was spectacular, the plot was touching, the characters couldn’t have been better, it was perfect. I didn’t actually cry, cry, I was just so amazed with how the movie began, ended, and everything else in the middle I felt like it. I couldn’t have asked for a better way to spend 2 hours in theaters, so I saw it 3 times in theaters, and many, many more on DVD.

    • John in Missouri says:

      “Cars” is far and away my favorite Pixar movie; in fact, it’s right up there on my all-time list PERIOD alongside “The Blues Brothers” and “Raiders of the Lost Ark”.

      Ranking Pixar movies is sort of like ranking Beatles albums — one day I like “Rubber Soul” the best, and the next day it’s “Revolver”. But today I’d have to say my favorite Pixar movies in order are:

      1. Cars
      2. Toy Story
      3. Monsters Inc.
      4. Up
      5. Toy Story 2
      6. A Bug’s Life
      7. Finding Nemo
      8. Toy Story 3
      9. The Incredibles
      10. Ratatouille
      11. Wall-E

      For those who didn’t click the link or didn’t have time to click to all 12 pages, here is the critic’s list:

      1. Wall-E
      2. Toy Story 3
      3. Ratatouille
      4. Up
      5. Toy Story
      6. Finding Nemo
      7. Monsters Inc.
      8. Toy Story 2
      9. A Bug’s Life
      10. The Incredibles
      11. Cars

      • Bumper Save says:

        My version:
        1. Cars
        2. Incredibles
        3. Toy Story 2
        4. Wall-E
        5. Toy Story
        6. Finding Nemo
        7. Toy Story 3 (I have a strong hatred for Lotso now. They made him look so sweet in the commercials I was surprised to find he was some evil dictator. It broke my heart for a couple hours. Otherwise, it would be higher in the rankings.)
        8. Ratatouille
        9. Bug’s Life
        10. Monster’s Inc.
        11. Up (never looked interesting enough to even watch)

        The question: where will Cars 2 land?

  • buckland-blowouts says:

    I hear there is a senior friendly version with Lizzie and Stan… They melt in your mouth!!! No teeth required!

  • I-am-speed says:

    Saw these at Krogers yesterday.

  • LUCA says:

    i neeeeeeeeeeeeeed them!

  • Micky says:

    I already bought a bag of mini Oreos to bring with me to the movies, but if I find these at the supermarket, I’ll bring them too LOL. YUM YUM

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