Planes: Fire & Rescue 3D

Planes: Fire & Rescue 3D

Planes: Fire & Rescue 3D

The sequel to Disney’s 2013 high-flying Cars spinoff continues the misadventures of Dusty (voiced again by Dane Cook), the crop-dusting plane who became an air-racing legend. But when engine damage hinders his racing abilities, Dusty joins an air attack team instead, tasked with the responsibility of dousing a raging wildfire that threatens to consume Piston Peak National Park.

2014Rating: G, Some scary scenes84 minsUSA
AdventureAnimatedKids & FamilyKids3D
Director:
Roberts Gannaway ('Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings', 'Stitch! The Movie')
Writer:
Jeffrey M. Howard
Cast:
Julie BowenJerry StillerEd HarrisDane CookRegina KingStacy KeachAnne MearaWes Studi

Reviews & comments

Ar least this time it has morals...

They really whipped this one out after the original. It seemed as Planes was leaving theatres this sequel suddenly existed. It is quite a forgettable film and certainly not a fantastic one although it does seem like the creators learnt from some of their previous mistakes. At least this film holds morals. Although it does have a nice storyline it feels...

1.0
Total Film

Total Film

press

Somehow, this sequel to a rubbish spin-off to a rubbish sequel to a so-so cartoon is actually pretty good.

3.0
Time Out

Time Out

press

Displaying a weird lack of memorable or endearing characters, this animated effort feels like a direct-to-video job from the 1990s.

1.0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Visually striking... though the backgrounds, like other aspects of the film, lack dimension.

The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Like Cars, this is essentially funny-animal animation with chrome and aluminium instead of fur.

2.0
The Dissolve

The Dissolve

press

Has the distinct whiff of a quick cash-grab sequel even though it's been in production for more than four years.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Beautiful to look at, this is nothing more than a Little Engine That Could story refitted to accommodate aerial action...

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

A solid voice cast doesn't add much more than cosmetic touches to this bland animation.

2.0
Total Film

Total Film

press

Somehow, this sequel to a rubbish spin-off to a rubbish sequel to a so-so cartoon is actually pretty good.

3.0
Time Out

Time Out

press

Displaying a weird lack of memorable or endearing characters, this animated effort feels like a direct-to-video job from the 1990s.

1.0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Visually striking... though the backgrounds, like other aspects of the film, lack dimension.

The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Like Cars, this is essentially funny-animal animation with chrome and aluminium instead of fur.

2.0
The Dissolve

The Dissolve

press

Has the distinct whiff of a quick cash-grab sequel even though it's been in production for more than four years.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Beautiful to look at, this is nothing more than a Little Engine That Could story refitted to accommodate aerial action...

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

A solid voice cast doesn't add much more than cosmetic touches to this bland animation.

2.0

Ar least this time it has morals...

They really whipped this one out after the original. It seemed as Planes was leaving theatres this sequel suddenly existed. It is quite a forgettable film and certainly not a fantastic one although it does seem like the creators learnt from some of their previous mistakes. At least this film holds morals. Although it does have a nice storyline it feels...

1.0