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Plot: Dusty Crophopper is a little cropduster plane with a fear of heights and a crazy dream of being a racer. While his friends need convincing, Dusty gets the training he needs from Skipper, a veteran fighter, and qualifies for the Wings Across the World race. In the event, Dusty finds competitors who soon learn that there is something special about this underdog as he is tested to his physical and emotional limits. In doing so, Dusty soon finds enemies, and more importantly friends, who are inspired by his dream. In the face of all obstacles, the winner of this air race will be anyone's guess. Runtime: 91 mins Release Date: 08 Aug 2013
Not sure why people think this is a bad movie. I thought it was great and the intended audience my kids loved it. Its not Pixar, and this is good it didn't have that boring part in the middle like the 60's and 70's bands where is just instrumental. This was better then cars I have seen Cars well over 100 times, and every other Pixar and or Disney movie and my boys love them. But this one was something I liked as well the planes were cool and they had personality. To say its boring is just a review thats out right wrong. sure the Ishani flt was sorta the slow part but the <more>
animation and detail of the taj mahal was very good. I do agree it seems like Disney threw a bunch or merchandise out very quickly, but everyone on the planet knows about the Disney Machine and how it works, so thats not new. IF you didn't like its because you didn't give it a chance and had an expectation of it to be like a pixar film. I say see it I have taken the boys to see it twice and it was just as good the second time.
Seems the critics wanted to pull Disney down 5 mins after it was released. It is fun; my kids gave it a 10.Go have fun and fly high with the cast of aerial characters.Planes debuted at the amazing Oshkosh Airventure. Very cool setting indeed.This movie is fun and kids walking out respond with joy, despite adult critics that get paid to try and take down Disney.Planes 2 will release next year...can't wait.Take a look at the cast of celebrity voiced...wow. Even the navy jets were voiced by Top Gun stars.Good movie.We enjoyed.
quite good really (by patrickfrost)
Well, despite not being either a PIXAR or an original story it is essentially Cars with planes instead, I and two 9 year old boys enjoyed this.It has a number of adult laugh out loud moments and enough kids appeal and is frankly better than Turbo.The characters were more interesting than cars too, strange but for us true.I saw in 3D but this film will be fine in normal definition too.The love machine song by the Mexican plane gave me a huge belly laugh for plane silliness.Despite the number of toons this summer I am placing this as my number 2 behind those lovely minions and ahead of those <more>
monsters. Toon fade means its unlikely to smash any records here
GREAT for kids and adults alike. Cotton candy for aviation buffs. (by aux-761-286274)
"Planes" fantastic movie. Critics will say it is derivative...I say SO WHAT! It was filled with correctly used aviation lingo cotton candy and humor, the score was terrific, flying scenes were outstanding, and it was fun yet plausible.I understand how non-aviation you "get it" or you don't adults may feel "lost in the lingo", but your kids won't...they will suck it up like a sponge. Regardless, it's a touching, fun, funny and cute movie.Coming out of the theater...I saw something I have not seen in 40 years...kids running around outside the <more>
theater, arms out, acting like planes. tear in my eye I doubt you will see that coming out of the snail movie.
As a pilot and a father I loved this movie. I read an article in AOPA magazine before watching it that was fair. I looked for and found many inaccuracies in the flying part of it, but I did enjoy knowing the fact that they purposely did not make the wings move as arms. Their were a few "one liners" that as I pilot I got like when he first entered New York airspace, flying it myself for the first time was just as daunting and it made me laugh maybe too hard. I also did a little crop dusting in a Pawnee similar to dusty and enjoyed the storyline of him being afraid of heights, I can <more>
see that. while some may find the focus on flying a bit dull, my son enjoyed it as well and he is the target audience. I cant wait for the planned sequels to come out.
Extremely entertaining and educational (by madeinlisboa)
I didn't mean to post a review, but after so many bad and damaging critics, I had to contradict them. People forget that this is a movie for small children and are reviewing it based on their biased adult point of view. It's a beautiful story of perseverance, friendship and moral values of a small cropdusting plane who wanted more in his life than being just a, well, cropdusting plane. As the movie progresses, some of the characters evolve, mostly because of the great heart of Dusty and the end is for children sake as everyone expects, otherwise people should seek a Tarantino <more>
movie instead. My son just adored it and his friend, who is very picky with animations, made a point of watching it again. The cgi is breathtaking, one of the best I've ever seen and it was in 2D, the landscapes simply amazing and the light, water and most of the effects looked real. Just ignore the bad reviews and go with your family.
Better than the reviews! Much better! (by GroggyLane)
OK so it's no Cars. Or actually, it's very much like Cars, but the Planes part of that world. That's the whole idea. The Brent Mustangburger character ties it together if there was any doubt. Some of the jokes are similar. Some of the sight gags are similar. But the story itself is actually superior. Rather than a story about a spoiled sociopathic jerk who discovers that he actually does have a heart, this is a story of an individual who is all heart and proves to the world that you can be more than what everyone else tells you that you have to be. The Skipper character is very <more>
much reminiscent of the Doc character but that isn't necessarily a bad thing. Overall, it's a very inspiring story. Perhaps a little contrived, but it's a cartoon for kids. Lighten up! The jokes are good. The animation is good. My 4 year old daughter liked it and so did I a 40yo man . As an inspiring story for kids to dream, work hard hard, and succeed, it is far superior to Cars in every way.
I had no plans to watch "Planes". The posters were so much like desperate copies of "Cars" and what's worse, the initial reviews were not too good. Today, we just happened to be in an expensive mall, and the kids were insisting to watch it. So, grudgingly I bought tickets for the whole family. You know what, my kids and I all agree that this surprisingly turned out to be one of, if not the best, animated film we have watched this year!"Planes" proudly announces at the start that it was indeed part of the world of "Cars." The animation style of <more>
the characters was that of the first "Cars" with its old-fashioned charm.The lead plane is Dusty, a lowly crop duster, who loved to fly fast and fancy. Determined to be more than what he is made to be, Dusty aspires to qualify and win a prestigious aviation race around-the-world. This is already an oft-repeated theme. In fact, just earlier this year, we just saw this same story in "Turbo", a snail who wanted to race with race cars. But there was something special about "Planes."I think it was the very good nature of Dusty. He was always humble, helpful, and friendly. His kindness will get him his just rewards at the end, in more ways than one, and we will all cheer him for his many victories.Despite many commonalities with others, it never felt like an exact copy of anything. The aviation terminology and air force jargon is very interesting to hear. Id like to buy the DVD so i can run those lines by me again and read about them. The numerous aerial sequences were breathtakingly executed and edited. The musical scores were also exhilarating during the scenes, making them all the more exciting to watch.
Folks, it's all in the expectation you go into this movie with. Frankly, by reading some reviews, I would think people were expecting a Toy Story or Finding Nemo. It is essentially a sequel and not a bad one at that. My 4 year old son and I both enjoyed it very much! I thought the animation was beautiful! It was fun for me to see so many famous places around the world represented so beautifully. I thought the characters had a lot of heart and the pacing was just fine. Not as much humor in it, but still an engaging movie. As a note to parents: I think this one would appeal more to boys <more>
than girls overall just my opinion . Don't let the reviews turn you away from this one, it really is a fun one!