Planes: Fire & Rescue 3D Synopsis
His racing days over, Dusty (Dane Cook) joins a team of firefighting aircraft.

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The Playlist

By Drew Taylor
Planes: Fire and Rescue serves as a dramatic improvement over the original, introducing thrilling action sequences backed by actual stakes...
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75

Chicago Sun-Times

By Bill Zwecker
Planes: Fire & Rescue is a good improvement over “Planes,” which Disney released last year. The story is stronger, there are some wonderful...
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70

Variety

By Justin Chang
Planes: Fire & Rescue is a slight but improbably successful example of a movie that, despite its profusion of chrome and steel, somehow...
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63

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

By Joe Williams
Without the kindling of character development, Planes: Fire and Rescue is no smoldering success, but if Disney’s flight plan is to share...
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63

Boston Globe

By Mark Feeney
Ed Harris, who voices Blade Ranger, the no-nonsense helicopter who heads the fire-and-rescue operation, doesn’t lay it on too strong. Julie...
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63

RogerEbert.com

By Susan Wloszczyna
Surprise, surprise. This "Planes" quickly grounds itself with a story that at least offers an emotional hook (if not ladder) that most...
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60

The Wrap

By James Rocchi
This movie hardly rates as first-class animation, but it gets in, gets the job done, and moves on both swiftly and well.
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50

The Hollywood Reporter

By Todd McCarthy
Beautiful to look at, this is nothing more than a Little Engine That Could story refitted to accommodate aerial action and therefore...
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50

USA Today

By Claudia Puig
With the lackluster quality of its characters — aircraft, a smattering of trucks, RVs and motorcycles — the movie makes Pixar's Cars and...
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40

Village Voice

By Alan Scherstuhl
A time-killing kid-flick whose title is an exact summary of its plot.
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Planes: Fire and Rescue 3D

By djbyankees
Loved, loved the movie. My 3yo grandson was with us for his first movie theatre movie. He sat there with his glasses on for the whole movie. This is a feel good movie for all ages and I am sure one...

great lil movie

By bryant0317
great for kids and kids at heart. .. I could see it again...

4 year old - Good but not great

By kerriatkins
Took our 4 year old son with his friend. He has all the planes characters and knows all their names. The boys sat thru the movie but were not wowed. I have seem them clap up prompted at end of...

Feel good movie for all ages!

By kretsbew
It is very well created and directed, it has an interesting plot and shows human values. Has instantly become a favorite movie!...

Great family movie!

By sucinda4u
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By rdrunr2000
Fun for the whole family! Better than the original Planes!...

Great movie

By austinwallis
This is a well written movie. It's a must see and buy when it comes out in blueray....

By jeremy196
Very slow movie, not what was expected. lots of room in the theater....

Excellent!

By judyfussell
Excellent movie! Very well done! Fun! Engaging story, delightful new characters & incredible graphics. The 3D images were breathtaking....

Mom approved!

By meangirlmary
this is a cute and delightfully funny movie. absolutely loved seeing this with my family! it held my 2 year olds attention the whole time. cant wait for the dvd release. we love you dusty!...

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Rated PG | For Some Peril and Action
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 6+ Much-improved 3D sequel has some intense fire scenes.
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