PLANES: FIRE AND RESCUE Add To My Top 10

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Release Date: July 18, 2014

Distributor: Walt Disney Pictures/Walt Disney Company

Director: Roberts Gannaway

Executive Producer: John Lasseter

Producer: Ferrell Barron

Writer: Jeffrey M. Howard

Address Comments To:

Robert Iger, President/CEO, The Walt Disney Company (Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar, Marvel Studios, Touchstone Pictures, Hollywood Pictures)
Alan Horn, Chairman, Walt Disney Studios
500 South Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521
Phone: (818) 560-1000; Website: www.disney.com

Content:

(BBB, ACap, V, A) Very strong moral worldview of sacrifice, humbling yourself, helping others, but an anti-capitalist element wherein entrepreneur car is seen as bad and doesn’t follow the rules of the governmental fire requirements; no foul language, some scatological toilet jokes; light violence includes planes fly into fire, some cars get stuck in fire, fire hits plane and scars it, plane gets very injured; no sexual content; no nudity; automobiles at a bar and drinking automobile juices; no smoking; and, nothing else objectionable.




Summary:

In PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE, Dusty Crophopper has a problem with one of his parts and has to take a break from racing and learn how to be a firefighter. PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE is an adorable animated movie, with a strong moral worldview, that the entire family will enjoy.

Review:

Dusty has a problem with one of his parts and has to take a break from racing, instead Dusty learns how to be a firefighter, in PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE. PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE is an adorable movie with a strong moral worldview that the entire family will enjoy.

Dusty loves racing, but he’s always pushing the boundaries. One day, Dusty finds out he must take a break from racing because one of his parts needs replacing. The problem is the part is so rare the mechanics may have a hard time finding it. Doubting this, Dusty flies away and pushes himself into the red zone. Even though he was told not to do this, his engine shuts off, and he spirals down. Hitting some things, Dusty starts a fire, and Mayday the firetruck must help put it out. The whole town starts to help. They are able to put the fire out, but they also find out they aren’t really completely equipped to do it. So, they decide they need a firefighter plane. Feeling bad, Dusty decides to step up and learn how to be a firefighter.

Being a firefighter is tough stuff, however. Dusty learns this is true when he goes to a place that fights fires daily. When arriving, Dusty meets Blade Ranger, head of the firefighting team. Blade is a harsh, strict leader who shows Dusty every time he’s doing something wrong. Dusty also meets Dipper, a very friendly girly firefighter who’s been a fan of Dusty’s for a long time. Dipper is so excited Dusty is now joining the firefighting team. As Dusty is learning, he must fly into real fires and learn he can’t make the calls, but must follow the direction of Blade. Will Dusty be able to humble himself and take directions?

PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE is well made animated movie that will keep the entire family enchanted and entertained. The animation is extremely well done, especially the fire, smoke and water. The characters are fun and lively and even relatable. The fire and smoke was so well done that it really provides the movie’s jeopardy and suspense. Both boys and girls will enjoy this story.

PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE has a strong moral worldview. Dusty has to learn to let go of his ego, and even his own safety, and be a team player. Thus, the movie has a message of sacrifice and humbling yourself. Despite a couple light scatological jokes, the whole family will really enjoy PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE. The first PLANES movie was an unexpected hit at movie theaters. If you liked that one, you may like this one even more.


In Brief:

In PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE, Dusty Crophopper has a problem with one of his parts and has to take a break from racing and learn how to be a firefighter. Dusty loves racing, but one day, Dusty finds out he must take a break from racing because one of his parts needs replacing. The problem is the part is so rare that the mechanics may have a hard time finding it. During this time, Dusty goes to learn how to be a firefighter. Under the lead firefighter, Blade Ranger, Dusty learns it’s very difficult to be a firefighter, but it’s worthwhile to save lives.

PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE is a well-made animated movie that will keep the entire family enchanted and entertained. The animation is extremely well done, including the fire, smoke and water. PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE has a strong moral worldview. Dusty has to learn to set aside his ego and be a team player. Thus, the movie has a message of sacrifice and humbling yourself. Despite a couple light scatological jokes, the whole family will enjoy PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE.