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A raunchy romantic comedy, an anarchy thriller and an animated kids' flick couldn't unseat the primates ruling the box office.
"Planes: Fire & Rescue," which was released nationwide on Friday, continues the story of Dusty Crophopper, the crop duster turned champion racer voiced by Dane Cook.
Again we get an invitation to see this wonderful world of " Planes " and "Cars".
Kate Hudson steals focus at Zach Braff's premiere, the cast rolls out for Planes 2 in L.A., and Pudsey the dog launches his movie in London.
With Planes: Fire & Rescue hitting theaters July 18th, we sent superfan Lauren Kaplan to Yosemite National Park to meet the filmmakers and experience the breathtaking views of the park, from which the movie's Piston Peak National Park was inspired.
The good news about this obligatory sequel from Disney is it is much better than the generic toy commercial that was last summer's " Planes ".
When world famous air racer Dusty learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, he must shift gears and is launched into the world of aerial firefighting.
In the right frame of mind, it's easy to watch Planes: Fire & Rescue and immediately think of related Disney resort décor or an immersive themed ride at the Magic Kingdom.
"Planes: Fire & Rescue" Story: Forced to give up racing, a cropdusting plane learns to fight fires.
Rated PG. 84 minutes It takes two-thirds into the leisurely paced "Planes: Fire & Rescue" for Walt Disney's animated comedy to catch a narrative tail wind and soar into a visually explosive parody of Irwin Allen disaster movies.
Boyhood A groundbreaking portrayal of boydom, with a main character, Mason , who literally grows up before your eyes.
Dottie the forklift, voiced by Teri Hatcher, Fred the Firetruck, voiced by Marc Silk, Dusty, voiced by Dane Cook, center, Chug the fuel truck, voiced by Brad Garrett and Roper, voiced by Sinbad, in a scene from "Planes."
It's only noon, but it's already been a busy day for Dane Cook. After flying into Fresno, he drove the two hours to Yosemite National Park to do interviews for "Planes: Fire & Rescue" in the shadow of mountains and trees.
"We are celebrating the brave men and women that fight fires day in and day out, with a really heartwarming story to it," Cook told THR of Disney's animated sequel.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 07:58 pm
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