Planes: Fire and Rescue
Suitable for any age
Theatrical Release: 7/18/2014
Writer: Jeffrey M. Howard
Producer: John Lasseter, DisneyToon Studios
Runtime: 83 min.
MPAA Rating: PG
Starring: Voices by: Dane Cook, Ed Harris, Julie Bowen, Curtis Armstrong , John Michael Higgins, Hal Holbrook, Wes Studi, Brad Garrett, Teri Hatcher, Stac
Planes: Fire & Rescue, the sequel to Planes, the wildly successful 3D computer-animated film from Walt Disney Pictures, features many of the same voice cast from the original, including Dane Cook and Curtis Armstrong. The film is produced by DisneyToon Studios and directed by Bobs Gannaway.
Cook reprises the role of Dusty Crophopper, but his career as a famous air racer is in peril due to engine issues and he's forced to begin a new one as a wildfire rescue plane. This new career is fraught with danger but Dusty finds a capable mentor in Blade Ranger, an experienced and accomplished fire and rescue helicopter who is the leader of a fearless and impressive fleet of aerial vehicles who travel wherever they're needed to extinguish wildfires.
Dusty takes some time to adapt to his new vocation, but with the aid of Blade Ranger and his decorated team, he soon learns the skills necessary to become a valuable component of the heroic firefighters.
Animation is so much fun to watch these days. They take objects like cars, trucks, trains and planes, turn them into talking personalities for everyone to fall in love with. The interesting part of all these types of movie is that the filmmakers are telling wonderful stories full of interesting lessons and unforgettable friendships.
Dusty is now a world-class racer, no longer a crop duster. When his gear box fails his racing career is over because no one can find a replacement. After accidentally starting a fire, he finds himself trying out a new career to help his friend Mayday in the fire fighting business. So off he goes to training for his fire and rescue certification.
Just as charming as the original, Planes: Fire & Rescue, brings to life the wonderful characters and shows the importance of those who are in the role of fighting fires. We are proud to award this movie the Dove Family Approved Seal for all ages.
Sex: Girl plane makes a pass at Dusty
Violence: Plane starts fire; plane crashes; Helicopter is melting from fire; RV couple tripped on bridge by fire, forest fire
Drugs: A garage that represent a "bar" for any kind of vehicle and serves them drinks of lubricants and oils.
Other: Listening to rules and helping others