Most great kids movies have inanimate talking objects. You know Toy Story, Beauty and the Beast, I'm sure there are other ones. But, that would require me doing research or thinking about my childhood. God forbid. Feel free to add onto my list if you would like.
Recently, I have been rediscovering Sheryl Crow. Not that I ever lost her, but I just wasn't listening to her regularly. Me, freshman/sophomore year of high school all I listened to was Sheryl Crow. I still freaked out when her last album came out. I went from school to the store to buy it. Feels Like Home is everything.
If you don't remember or haven't seen Cars you are depriving yourself. There are talking cars. Larry the Cable Guy is the voice of one of the characters. Paul Newman stepped out of retirement for this movie. It's from Pixar. I'm sure there are good life lessons in it.
I saw this movie at midnight when I was like ten. I was visiting my father. He was living in a different city at the time. And, he promised me he was going to take me to see Cars. But, he got off of work really late. When he got home he took me to go see Cars. At the expensive theater mind you. That's how I know my father loves me, because he spends money on me.
We did not see it at midnight. And, might I add it was not as good as the first one. However, there is the one part about the wasabi, and one of the characters thought it was ice cream or something like that. And, whenever my father is about to eat too much of something hot, because he is a man's man, I tell him wasabi. I think it's funny. It makes me laugh. Other people probably don't get it.
My nephew was also exposed to Sheryl Crow. When his parents left, when my parents left. One day I told him I was going to educate him. He might have been two. But, I put on my five favorite Sheryl Crow albums and cleaned. I feel like I did him a great service.
Side note not to go out of your way to see Planes. It's like Cars except with planes. That race. It is a ridiculously bad movie and if they make another sequel I will go see it. So, there's that. I swear to god, though, if a sequel for Planes comes out before a sequel for The Incredibles Pixar will be getting some very nasty hate mail from me.