By ruth722
Written July 26, 2014
Enjoyed every minute of it -- totally awesome in Real D 3D
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Better than a 3D View Master of Yellowstone.

By davidlenallen
Written July 26, 2014
I took my 4 year old grandson to the Thursday night premiere in 3D. He slept during the last 15 minutes. At one point we put the 3D glasses on upside down which brought the background forward infront of the main action in sort of a scrim effect. Jokes and clever dialogue wasted on the young, but I enjoyed it. Story gets intense in spots. Wow. Forest fires sure have come a long way since Bambi. It had trains, all sorts of cars and trucks, helicopters and a big variety of planes. Just what every kid has in his toy box. Visually very summer travelgue in nature in a Yellowstone type setting. 3D with spacial stereo sound in a nice theater made it better than a stereoptical View Master. We were the only two in the theater---which doesn't bode well for the expectations of this movie. My wife and other grandchild saw it in 2D and liked it very much.
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We Liked It!

By beckerjohn
Written July 27, 2014
Our favorite part was when Dusty Crophopper saved the day even though he was risking the life of his champion racing plane! It was fun watching Dipper flirt with Dusty and pine for his attention too ?? Blade, the American Indian helicopter was a cool character, as well. For a follow up movie (as compared to the original Planes cartoon film), this was well done, and the voices were particularly good ??
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great lil movie

By bryant0317
Written July 25, 2014
great for kids and kids at heart. .. I could see it again
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Planes: Fire & Rescue

By dvmrd11
Written August 09, 2014
Great for kids
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