Dusty Crophopper (voiced by Dane Cook) may have given up aerial racing, but that doesn't stop the single propeller plane from rushing to the rescue when a forest fire threatens his hometown.
Why Is Planes: Fire & Rescue Rated PG?
Planes: Fire & Rescue is rated PG for action and some peril.
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Violence: While the movie doesn’t include any real violent interactions involving weapons, there are plenty of moments of peril. A character nearly crashes after his engine stalls. Later he makes a crash landing that results in a large explosion and fire. Numerous characters face peril when they are caught in a forest fire. A character’s disobedience threatens his life and the life of his rescuer. Characters discuss the death of others. A character is seriously injured after sacrificing himself to protect others. One characters makes a seemingly cannibalistic comment.
Sexual Content: The script contains several mild and usually veiled sexual innuendos, along with some vague sexual comments.
Language: The script includes some name-calling and numerous words substituted for swearing.
Alcohol / Drug Use: The characters hang out in a bar setting on a couple of occasions. They make references to alcohol and drink oil products that appear to be their form of liquor.
Other: The movie contains several potty humor jokes.
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Release Date: 4 November 2014
Planes: Fire & Rescue releases to home video (Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy) with the following supplements:
- Exclusive Animated Short: "Vitaminamulch: Air Spectacular"
- Welcome to Piston Peak! - This mockumentary promotional piece shows off all the highlights of the acclaimed Piston Peak National Park and its aerial firefighting team.
- CHoPs TV Promo - An in-world TV promo.
- Air Attack: Firefighters From The Sky - This high-energy, music-driven behind-the-scenes piece takes an inside look at the real smoke jumpers and firefighters who attack wildfires from the air as Director Roberts Gannaway and Producer Ferrell Barron take us through their journey in making the film.
- Spencer Lee Music Video: "Still I Fly"
- Deleted Scenes with Filmmaker Introductions
- Animated Shorts: Dipper & Smokejumpers
- DMA Discover Content: Animated Short: Blade Ranger & Animated Short: Piston Peak