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Planes: Fire & Rescue

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Captain Cook

Somehow, this sequel to a rubbish spin-off to a rubbish sequel to a so-so cartoon is actually pretty good. With all the Cars comparisons taken care of in the first Planes, the second movie gets a complete respray, taking hotshot yokel plane Dusty Crophopper (Dane Cook) out of the air-racing circuit and into the wilderness to fight forest fires alongside a gruff old helicopter (Ed Harris).

Disney Toon Studios is still a long way behind Pixar, but slick effects, exciting set-pieces and a cast of vehicular characters actually worth caring about are at least a swerve in the right direction.

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    • matthewbrady

      Aug 8th 2014, 22:46

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      A squeal that nobody wanted, so why did make this movie, I bet Disney thought the first movie was so good that the people riot on the street wanting a squeal. Famous racer Dusty Crophopper gets a wake-up call when he is told his engine trouble means his racing days are over. He finds himself going from the racing circuit to aerial firefighting, as he is taken under the wing of veteran Blade Ranger and his team of Smokejumpers. When a massive wildfire hits, Dusty will get his chance to shine and finds out what it means to be a true hero. This movie has colorful animation and so of the jokes was a bit funny this time, and also this movie is better then the first one, but it still has a lot of problems and some charterers were uninteresting in the film.

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    • rafaelmmurray

      Aug 10th 2014, 19:24

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