Mater goes to Tokyo to take part in a racing competition.

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Mater goes to Tokyo to take part in a racing competition.

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When Mater drifts through the sushi shop in Tokyo, the sign outside reads (in Japanese), "Hari-Hausens." "Harryhausens" is the name of the sushi shop in Monster's Inc. where Mike and Sully first encounter Boo, the little girl. See more »

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Spoofs The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) See more »

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Underwhelming, like the entire franchise
15 February 2016 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

"Tokyo Mater" is a 7-minute animated short film from 8 years ago and actually the longest installment from the "Mater's Tall Tales" mini-series. The others only run 3-4 minutes roughly. Unfortunately, length does not equal quality here as this one is not particularly great. Then again, neither are the others. I myself am not a big fan of the "Cars" franchise, but I love Japan and the style of life the people there have. None of that was included convincingly in here. There is stupid racing action and the references are all mediocre at best. I can only imagine that you have to be a gigantic "Cars" fan in order to be able to appreciate this little film here. Even in comparison to the other "Tall Tales", it is still quite a stinker. I do not recommend the watch.


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