Pixar's METAtropolis is a lighthearted romp through a dystopian city of the future, where a group of plucky amphibians band together to help a physicist overthrow the Orwellian control of an extraterrestrial-influenced government.
In this scene (a cheeky reference to an old classic game that will appeal to many of the adults in the audience), the amphibious heroes must cross a busy road to get to a retention pond in which an old keycard has been tossed.
Oh no, I hate this part. You know how many tries it takes me to reach the lake?
Look, I just--you got any quarters?
A proper city planner would construct elevated walkways, thus obviating the need for such risky activities as--
HOPPER (already out in the first lane with JUMPER):
Toad, come on!
Oh, dear. Hold on, Gordon! We're coming!
(Crazy traffic-jumping chase scene ensues)