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‘CARS 3’ STEERS A WELCOME IF IMPERFECT GENDER SHIFT

Three films in, it’s time to ask some hard questions about the world of “Cars.”

What are their interiors like? Brains and a heart or plush leather seating and cup holders? Do they pay life or car insurance? And where, good God, have all the people gone? Are they, as I fear, hidden away in the trunks?

While the cycle of life and death is movingly detailed in most every Pixar movie,

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