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5-Year-Old Critics Agree: Movie ‘Cars’ Only Gets Better After 40th Viewing

NEW YORK—According to a poll of 5-year-old film critics released Tuesday, the 2006 Disney-Pixar animated feature Cars only gets better after the 40th viewing. "The tow truck talks funny, and he has big teeth," said noted cinéaste Ramon Diaz, 5, adding that it takes at least 30 screenings before the film's message of friendship achieves full resonance. "Let's watch it again!" The poll's respondents also agreed that Willie Wonka And The Chocolate Factory is a weird and scary film they wish their parents would stop trying to make them watch.

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