Disney PLANES: Fire & Rescue Review #FireAndRescue

Disney’s PLANES: Fire & Rescue is in theaters today! Planes fans will embrace the firefighting aircraft crew of Piston Peak National Park with all their personalities.

Disney PLANES: Fire & Rescue Review
I found that each character development impressive with each having back story and a lot of personality.

Our favorite Disney PLANES plane, Dusty has to deal with some pretty alarming ‘health’ news at the beginning of the movie that could chane his life as a racer forever. He learns to deal with this, accept it, and never give up on being who he is throughout the entire movie. I really liked how selfless he is in the movie, doing all he could to help another ailing friend, Mayday.

Like I said, you’ll love the new aircraft crew, especially the spirited air tanker Dipper who has a huge crush on Dusty!   That being said, the rest of the crew wasn’t impressed by Dusty’s racing title or that they had to train him.

When duty called and when lives were threatened, Dusty used his training to save the day – even to the point of risking his own failing health to do it! You’ll love RV and his wife too just like Dusty did!

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Hang on tight for the action as Dusty gets thrown into firefighting at Piston Peak National Park. We saw the movie with kids as young as three through ten – boys and girls – and they all loved it!


Download fun PLANES: Fire & Rescue Activity sheets for your kids!
Download Race To The Rescue Activities

Get $10 off Disney PLANES apparel at Kohl’s for a limited time!

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