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Planes

Released

Aug 09, 2013

Latest Home Video

Nov 19, 2013

MPAA Rating

PG

Director

Klay Hall

Cast

Dane Cook
Stacy Keach
Val Kilmer
Gabriel Iglesias
Brad Garrett

Studio

2013 Walt Disney Pictures

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Synopsis

The sky may be the limit, but for a single propeller crop duster named Dusty (voiced by Dane Cook) a fear of heights is all it takes to keep him grounded. So it is going to take a lot of encouragement and support from his friend Skipper (voice of Stacy Keach) to give his dreams of aerial racing wings to fly.

Content Details

Why Is Planes Rated PG?

Planes is rated PG for some mild action and rude humor.

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Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Planes...

Violence: During a routine reconnaissance flight, a squadron of planes is shot down and killed in a fiery exchange of bullets. A character crashes into the ocean and appears to drown. A plane and train appear to crash in a head on collision. Characters watch plane crashes on a TV program. Characters knock off the navigation equipment of a competitor. A plane nearly crashes after loosing his visuals. Characters engage in bullying behaviors.

Sexual Content: A female character is shown in a mildly provocative way. A character attempts to woo another. He his later seen with lipstick marks all over his body.

Language: The script contains some name-calling and a crude implied sexual comment.

Alcohol / Drug Use: A racing competitor is disqualified for using an illegal fuel additive. A character is told he needs to have a drink after a long and disappointing day.

Other: A character makes a comment about “gas”. Another character is covered in “excrement” after he crashes into a row of portable toilets.

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This film personifies airplanes in the same way automobiles became living characters in Cars and Cars 2. Another Disney favorite with a fear of flying is Dumbo. And learning to use thrust to get airborne is a big part of the escape plans in Chicken Run.

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Canadian Movie Ratings

BC
SK
G Violence.
AB G
MB G
ON G
QC G
NB
NS
NL
PE
G

Canadian Home Video Rating: G

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Details on home video releases of Planes...

Home Video Notes: Planes

Release Date:  19 November 2013

Planes releases to home video (Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy or Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy) with the following extra luggage:

- Klay’s Flight Plan

- Top 10 Flyers

- Meet the Racers

- Deleted Scenes

- Franz’s Song: Produced exclusively for Blu-ray and HD Digital, this completely finished animated song features the German mini-car, Franz Fliegenhosen, who encourages Dusty on his flight.

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Tdevore4 says: Sep. 15, 2013

I’m trying to decide whether to take my son to see this movie. What is the crude sexual comment that was made?

Rod Gustafson says: Sep. 15, 2013

If you are referring to the Pixar movie “Planes” there really are no “crude” sexual comments. Check our content details link above for all the info. The sexual content in this film is very mild.

Tdevore4 says: Sep. 18, 2013

The “crude sexual comment” referred to was listed under ‘Language’.  Do you know more about what this could be?  I know ‘Shrek’ was really loaded with sexual overtones. It was downright repulsive. I’m sure this movie is not as bad as that, but the reviewer did make that statement for a reason.

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