Planes: Fire and Rescue (2014) Movie Review

ABC Film Challenge – Sequels – P – Planes: Fire and Rescue (2014) Movie Review

PLanes Fire and Rescue

Director: Bobs Gannaway

Writer: Bobs Gannaway, Jeffrey M Howard (Screenplay)

Starring: (Voice Talents) Dane Cook, Ed Harris, Julie Bowen, Curtis Armstrong, John Michael Higgins, Hal Holbrooke, Wes Studi

Plot: When Dusty learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, he joins a forest fire and rescue unit to be trained as a firefighter, or else his air strip will be shut down.

Runtime: 1 Hour 23 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Planes: Fire and Rescue starts as Dusty as become an international superstar in the flying world, until he learns his engine is damaged beyond repair, forcing him into retiring from his dream job, race pilot.

When his home town has a fire, the town is facing losing the biggest celebration it could have, this will lead Dusty to enter firefighting academy, where he must learn from the very best Blade Ranger, who puts Dusty through the ringer to prove he has what it takes.

Thoughts on Planes: Fire and Rescue

Planes: Fire and Rescue will pick up where the last movie finished. It shows that stardom will need to face causing a decision about what to do next in their life, seeing the idea of becoming a firefighter. As a chance to continue to save other planes and automobiles that are need.

This does have a lot of peril surrounding it, showing just how hard life can be when something unexpected happens. That leads people needing to find that new purpose. This does seem to be a little too serious for a friend animation movie. It is a harmless enough sequel, it doesn’t seem to have the same heart the first one had, which both films struggled to capture if they take place above the ‘Cars’ world.

Final ThoughtsPlanes: Fire and Rescue is an easy to watch sequel.

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