Sometimes when an email hits your inbox you know that you are going to be the favourite in the house…even if it’s just for a short time.
An invitation to a screening of Cars 3 sent my house into a complete frenzy and even my moody teen asked to come along which is an absolute miracle.
We made our way along to The Soho Hotel where we had the chance to fill up on a delicious breakfast whist the boys got Cars themed balloons and tattoos.
Full to the brim and fit to burst with anticipation of what the film would bring we made our way to the cinema and settled in our seats.
When it comes to sequels I am always a bit pessimistic and never find that they can live up to the original.
However Cars didn’t fail to impress with Cars 2 so I had high hopes for this one.
This one sees the infamous Lightening McQueen showing his age and doubting his ability to stay top of his game.
With new sleek and stylish generation of cars making their way onto the racing scene such as the newbie Jackson Storm, Lightening McQueen’s confidence is crushed and he tries to find new ways to keep his number one status.
His training takes a modern twist with the help of his new trainer Cruz Ramirez but he soon finds this is not for him and he enlists the help of some of the older generation to take him back to the basics.
Cruz quickly becomes his right hand girl and through this friendship she builds her own confidence and let’s everyone know that the racing game is not just for the boys!
This film is more than just about cars speeding around the track; it teaches the importance of always aiming for the sky, having faith in yourself and the importance of friendships be it old or new ones.
From the youngest to the oldest this film had us captived from beginning to end with a fantastic twist that you just have to see!