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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