Planes: Fire & Rescue Press Movie Screening

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Planes:  Fire & Rescue Press Movie Preview was held in Century City and I had the opportunity to see the movie for a second time.  I took my 8 and 5 year old granddaughters along to get a Disney kid’s perspective of the movie.   The second viewing still had me gripping the edge of the armrests during some of the action packed fire scenes.   I was able to sit back and appreciate some of the amazing scenes in detail, this time around and was again so impressed with how well Disney is able to take a story line and turn it into a magical adventure.   The facial expressions and the emotions portrayed on the planes, cars and other vehicles is something that you need to see several times to appreciate fully.  Sitting in the dark, watching Planes: Fire & Rescue and thinking of second chances, caused several emotional moments.  Once again Disney has taken a theme that not only tugs at your heart strings but pays a huge tribute to our firefighting men and women (or in this case – planes and trucks) and turned it into their next big hit.

The grand daughters enjoyed the movie very much “even if it is not about princesses, it’s still very good”   The unanimous favorite part of the movie was “the way they made the fire seem so real and made us worry about all the characters and especially showed us how hard the firemen work”.   Asked if they thought, it would be a move their friends and family would like, their response was “definitely, especially the boys and my dad because he works with firefighters (dad is EMT), but I think the girls will like it, because girls can be firefighters too”.

Planes: Fire & Rescue is the story of Dusty Crophopper’s second chance career.  After developing engine problems as a world famous racer, Dusty is grounded and told he may never race again.   After a series of events including problems with getting a new gear box, Dusty decides to join Blade Runner and his crew as a firefighting SEAT (single engine air tanker).   As part of Blade’s crew, Dusty learns all about second chances and what it takes to be a real hero.

Don’t miss Planes: Fire & Rescue in theatres, July 18, 2014.


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