Being the Bad Guy Isn’t Always a Bad Thing

It took me a while to see this movie, and I liked the sequel as well. What isn’t there to like about race cars and breaking things. While it takes a while to team up, usually the unlikely pairs are able to do things that no one else could. Thinking in brain and brawn helps make this team win over all those that didn’t include the “bad guy” and the community rejoiced in the end that the villain was part of the team and actually a key contributor. With a little sass, and a whole lot of perseverance it shows that the implausible pairing can make a world of difference in the community.

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Did you figure out the unlikely pair and the movie they share?

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