Planes: Fire and Rescue

Planes: Fire and Rescue

3.4 193 Ratings

Directed by : Bobs Gannaway

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  • Critics Rating 2.5/5
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Planes: Fire & Rescue is a new comedy-adventure about second chances, featuring a dynamic crew of elite firefighting aircraft devoted to protecting historic Piston Peak National Park from raging wildfire. When world famous air racer Dusty (voice of Dane Cook) learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, ...more


“Planes: Fire and Rescue is a touch above its prequel thanks to a better story and some thrilling visuals. Although it may not impress the adults, children will surely enjoy it. ”

Planes: Fire and Rescue Credit & Casting

Dane Cook


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Rescue those parents!!

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A nice nap for the overworking heads, a nice distraction for the children of iPhone generation. I had not the slightest idea of Planes: Fire & Rescue. I watched it with no particular expectations or inhibitions. A better understanding of the film is when you watch it with a kid. I did wish I had a 5-year-old kid accompanying me to the movie hall. Alright, Dusty Crophopper, world racing champion, won’t be having his title for long. His races would be a distant dream as the poor boy’s gearbox is damaged. Due to unavailability of the gearbox, he is sad. Meanwhile, he tries to help his friend Mayday, fire and rescue truck, by becoming a firefighter himself. An 84-minute cartoon show is what we see as a feature film. 3D doesn’t enhance the presentation in any way nor does it steal the audience from the movie. Many questions were being thrown at from one kid to another in the movie hall, from one mother to another, from one clueless father to a disinterested grandfather. Daddy, is he (Dusty Crophopper) going to die? Is she (Lil' Dipper) a girl? What’s the difference between planes and cars? Why are there no people (humans)? Have I got answers to them? Hell, no. Watch the movie. You won’t become a kid again but Planes: Fire & Rescue will make you think of having a kid (in future if you are still in your teens). Mind it! Mark Mancina’s music, ah sweetness. A good way to stay connected to the plot if you had dozed off in the middle. A 3D animation extravaganza from Walt Disney Pictures with music from Mark would be satisfying the adult in me. There is romance, there is comedy, there is drama, there is a little tragedy, there is everything from Cartoon Network, in one movie. Awesome (if I were in the time zone of collecting Pokémon cards). Not so awesome if you are a single male going through matrimonial columns for fun and sexpert columns for advice.