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Also, having the story thought of by John Lasseter is a huge plus, so he must have had some faith in this project.
Did I hate how predictable it was, of course, but I didn't let that take away from the film's nice animation and cool racing scenes.
Going into this film I honestly thought I was going to hate it, so I think that is why I give it some credit. You'll either like it or you'll hate it, and this time, the latter is not quite for me.
From above the world of Cars. Very good animated movie! It's a Disney movie, it has happy endings and it gives kids great motivational dreams.
A spin-off from Pixar's Cars, the movie gave some good comic relief with their stereotyped personality and the colorful images seem to be able to calm the hell of screaming children.
I always like motivational movies, and in this case, Planes teaches kids how they should always try to overcome their fear.
What's more important is the breaking of hereditary roles and defining who you want to be, away from what society thinks you should be.
You don't need to be a fantastic race-plane to win the race. As long as you are willing to work hard, the sky is the limit!
Recommended for all ages, yes including adults, you will enjoy it too! Dusty Crophopper is a little cropduster plane with a fear of heights and a crazy dream of being a racer.
While his friends need convincing, Dusty gets the training he needs from Skipper, a veteran fighter, and qualifies for the Wings Across the World race.
In the event, Dusty finds competitors who soon learn that there is something special about this underdog as he is tested to his physical and emotional limits.
In doing so, Dusty soon finds enemies, and more importantly friends, who are inspired by his dream.
In the face of all obstacles, the winner of this air race will be anyone's guess. So I think its safe to say we all know what this film is about and what its based on right?.
Should I also be surprised that the entire thing is a bit of a cliched rehash of every animated film ever made? Its quite clear this film is a direct spin off from the 'Cars' movies, its no secret obviously just by looking at the poster.
The film was meant for a straight to DVD release and boy can you tell. First thing that does hit you is the fact the visuals just aren't the high quality you'd expect.
They look nice sure but blatantly low in standards compared to other Pixar work, it just looks like a cheap DVD release all the way.
Those spin off adventures that big mainstream characters have but no one ever hears about them because they disappear straight into the shops, made purely to capitalise on the original cinematic hit.
So the visuals look basic and too simple, although they are planes, only so much you can do with them I guess. The actual animation is fine but overall it all looks dated, about ten years old.
Next up is the plot Yep well that is the plot right here all over again, predictable, hokey and corny to the max. Character wise its the same story I'm afraid, you can guess right now exactly what the characters might be One plucky young hero Next to that is the fact all the characters just look boring, real boring!.
There is nothing exciting going on with any of them, all the background characters look the same, lots of little cookiecutter forklift characters whizzing around.
The planes are a standard mix of light aircraft, old war planes, racing planes etc That was literately the best thing the film had to offer.
I'm still amazed they didn't include any of the 'Cars' characters or have any tie in's anywhere unless I missed it. Surely that would be a must?!
The other thing that bothered me about this was the fact it just doesn't work. There are no humans in this world, this universe seems to be a fully living mechanical one with no mammals whatsoever.
Now I know its a kids film and I shouldn't delve too deep but I kept asking myself things like Why would the airport need an actual airport building?
Thing is if that airliner is suppose to carry other plane 'people' or cars etc I know its picky but the more I thought about it the more it just makes no sense at all.
Why would the main character, who is a cropduster, need to dust crops?? And why would the crops need that kind of protection anyway seeing as there aren't any organic creatures in this world to eat them, or so it seems.
Every vehicle in the film is a living mechanical object, even the big aircraft carrier is alive! The main problem is the lack of humans, without them it makes this world completely unworkable, you need humans to give these vehicles a real purpose and believability.
The 'Cars' films weren't too bad because cars aren't as big as planes obviously plus I don't think everything was alive in those films, could be wrong.
Like what the hell do these vehicles do all day besides race? I know its not important but it just seems so stupid to me when I was watching it, as if nothing has really been thought through, its a kids flick so it doesn't matter.
That aside the film is reasonably enjoyable in places but it really is lacking in imagination badly. It literately feels like they just took the foundations of the 'Cars' movie, stripped it of cars and slapped a planes shell over the top and churned it out with a few minor alterations.
Is there a better word I can use other than predictable? Planes is one of the first animated features that I've actually found to be not up to the standards of what I've expected from Disney.
This is a tiresome film that is quite dull and it recycles ideas from previous animated outings, Cars being the most prominent example. The film is really not that entertaining to begin with, though the voice cast is interesting, there is nothi9ng good to really enjoy here.
The animation is wonderful, but that doesn't redeem Planes from being a poor effort on the part of Disney. This was a film that could have been good, but instead it fails to be truly entertaining and fun from start to finish.
During the film, some people actually left and asked for a refund. This is purely and simply put a lazy movie that just isn't worth your time.
The film was originally intended for a straight to DVD release, and it should have been so. This film was a sheer disappointment.
The only thing that stands out here is the animation, but that's it. The film really isn't worth your time, and it is among Disney's worst computer animated features.
Hopefully they'll redeem themselves with future movies, but Planes fails to take flight, and stalls in terms of an engaging, fun storyline and entertainment value.
I really didn't enjoy this movie and it's quite forgettable in the long run. Disney have made finer animated films than this, but with Planes, it's clear that they're scraping the bottom of the barrel of ideas.
During the first leg of the race from New York to Iceland, Dusty's refusal to fly high causes him to finish in last place ultimately due to him collecting ice on the wings from the freezing ocean spray and his endurance level to cope with the temperature.
During the second leg of the race to Germany, Dusty shows good sportsmanship by saving another racer, Bulldog , from crashing when Bulldog's eyes get squirted with oil from one of his propellers because of an overheated engine, thus winning Bulldog's respect but finishing last again.
In India, Ishani gives Dusty some advice on how to fly low through the Himalayas by following some railroad tracks. However, he is forced to fly through a tunnel and narrowly avoids a head-on collision with a steam train, but miraculously finishes first in Nepal.
Dusty realizes Ishani intentionally gave him bad advice so that Ripslinger would give her one of his racing team's fancy propellers.
As the race continues, Dusty manages to get into first place. In Shanghai, Dusty manages to help El Chupacabra win Rochelle over with a romantic song, which works a little too well.
In the next race across the Pacific Ocean, Ripslinger's henchmen Ned and Zed , under orders from Ripslinger, sabotage Dusty's navigation antenna.
Eisenhower CVN which allows him to land and refuel. While on the carrier, Dusty sees a hall of fame set up for Skipper's squadron, but discovers Skipper only flew one mission, which contradicts his previous reputation as a veteran of many battles.
He is then forced to take off in order to try and beat an oncoming storm. Dusty gets distracted from flying due to his thoughts about Skipper and ends up crashing into the ocean but is eventually rescued.
He is flown to Mexico to his friends but he is severely damaged and may never fly again. Skipper confesses to Dusty that he did indeed fly only one mission in the Pacific theatre where his entire squad of trainees was killed in an attack on the Japanese Navy.
Skipper was the only survivor, but torn by his guilt, he never trained another plane or flew again. Demoralized and heartbroken, Dusty begins to consider dropping out of the race, but is encouraged by his friends, Bulldog, Ishani, and many of his newfound fans to continue and they all donate parts to have Dusty repaired.
With a change of heart and morale restored, Dusty becomes determined to win the race but Ripslinger still won't give up and plots to sabotage his chances of winning.
He and his goons ambush Dusty, but are thwarted by Skipper, who overcame his guilt and came to help Dusty. When trying to catch up with Ripslinger, Dusty conquers his fear of heights when his engine starts losing power, forcing him to ride the jet stream.
Both he and Ripslinger make it to the finish line in New York and when it looks like Ripslinger will win, his ego gets the best of him and slows down to have his picture taken.
Dusty manages to use a radial-G pass to fly above him and win the race while Ripslinger crashes into some portable toilets and lands in some used oil, only to be hauled away and humiliated by the race official pitty Roper , who comments on the stench he's giving off.
Dusty is congratulated by his friends and fans and Skipper thanks him for giving him the confidence to fly again.
Skipper rejoins the navy with Dusty as his partner and they take a flight together, ending the story. Dusty is a plane with high hopes—literally.
Crop duster by trade, this single-prop plane sees himself soaring alongside his high-flying heroes in an international race.
With a little help from his friends—and a WWII vet with wisdom to spare—Dusty takes off on an adventure of a lifetime, going prop-to-prop with champions while daring to reach heights he never imagined possible.
Dusty is first seen dreaming of out-running two fighter jets. He is introduced as a crop duster that works for Leadbottom, and dreams of competing in the Wings Around the Globe rally, but is afraid of heights.
After qualifying for the competition, Dusty comes in sixth place, meaning he can't be in the competition. However, the next day, Roper comes to Propwash Junction and tells Dusty and his team that the plane ahead of him was using illegal fuel, and was disqualified, so Dusty was now eligible to compete.
After meeting his racing idols, most of which were mean to him for being "just a crop duster", Dusty makes friends with El Chupacabra.
He was told by Bulldog that it was a competition, and that every plane was in it for themselves. During the first leg, Bulldog sprung an oil leak, and the wind forced the oil into his eyes, blinding him.
Dusty saved Bulldog by navigating him through the castle. At the next leg of the race, Dusty fell in love with Ishani, who gave him advice to fly low, so he didn't get scared when flying high.
Dusty followed Ishani's advice, only to nearly die by being hit by an oncoming train. Later in one of the legs, Ripslinger's henchman Zed broke off Dusty's antenna, and he got lost at sea, but was rescued by two fighter jets.
On the way back to where he should be, Dusty was caught in a storm, and sunk, but was rescued once again by a pitty. At the hospital, Dusty was severely damaged, including having a broken wing.
The next day, all of the competitors gave Dusty new parts so he could race again. While Dottie repaired him, Chug watched some of Ripslinger's races, and figured out that before every victory, Ripslinger turns to his right side so the cameras can get good photos of him.
After Ned and Zed got stuck between each other in between two rocks, Dusty caught up to Ripslinger when he was close to the finish line, and when Ripslinger leaned to his side, and Dusty saw the chance he was looking for, and sped by Ripslinger at the last second.
At the end of the film, Skipper and Dusty were onboard the flight deck of the Jolly Wrenches ship, and the two flew over the sea, back to Propwash Junction.
A reclusive old Navy Corsair, Skipper was an ace flier and top instructor of the esteemed Jolly Wrenches squadron until an incident during a combat mission took him off the front lines and left him grounded for life.
Skipper appears to be a little judgmental, as he hesitated to teach Dusty how to fly well at first. After Dusty passed qualifying however, Skipper then realized he had been a little harsh and agreed to help Dusty and his friends.
Ripslinger is the main antagonist of Planes. He is a black and green champion racer, who is a bully of the Wings Around the Globe racing circuit.
Rude and obnoxious, he and Dusty are serious competitors, and Ripslinger will do anything to humiliate him. With more wins than he can count and an abundance of fans, Ripslinger is wings-down the biggest name in air racing—and he knows it.
Ripslinger is one of the contestants in the Wings Around the Globe racing competition. One of the most legendary names in racing, Ripslinger gets his wins by simply eliminating his competition.
Once Dusty, whom Ripslinger calls Rusty, enters the competition, Ripslinger continues to pick on him about being a crop duster, and not fit for racing of any kind.
He usually requires assistance from his two dumbstruck sidekicks Ned and Zed, who help Ripslinger destroy the other competitors. Ripslinger hates Dusty Crophopper, a crop-dusting plane who wants to compete in the race but is seriously afraid of heights, out of the fact that he thinks that crop dusters are not meant to race.
Because of this, Ripslinger along with Ned and Zed plot to disqualify Dusty by cheating in every race. Dusty loses his second race in Germany to save a British plane named Bulldog from suffering from an oil leak, much to Ripslinger's delight.
But as Dusty begins to win more and more races during the competition and falling in love with an Indian plane named Ishani, Ripslinger becomes more and more jealous of the crop duster.
So as a result during a race over the Pacific Ocean, Ripslinger orders Ned and Zed to destroy Dusty's navigation antenna in order to make him lose communication from the other racers and therefore making him get lost.
After he is given spare parts from the other racers including Bulldog, Ishani and El Chupacabra due to crashing into the ocean during a storm, Ripslinger and his henchplanes then try to attack both Dusty and Skipper on the way to the finish line of the final race, and once he thinks that he had finally gotten rid of Dusty once and for all, Ripslinger strikes a pose in front of the audience only for Dusty to overtake him and win the race without the villain noticing.
But by the time Ripslinger knew what was going on he forgets about where he is going, he ends up crashing into some portable toilets and landing in a pile of sludge.
Because of this, Ripslinger's arrogance and cruel behavior ultimately led to his downfall, and was called "Ripstinker" by Roper.
The intensely charming El Chupacabra is a legend in Mexico just ask him. Powered by his passion for racing not to mention the elusive Rochelle , this caped Casanova is anything but low-key—his booming voice and charismatic presence are as big as his oversized engine.
He has a version of the song "Love Machine", which he sings to Rochelle to try and woo her. But he is helped to win her successfully with Dusty's version.
Rochelle is one of the racing competitors in the Wings Around the Globe competition, and El Chupacabra's love interest. Rochelle is a tough racer and the pride of the Great White North.
Always confident and capable, she got her start running mail to small towns in Quebec, picking up home remedies for mechanical maladies along the way.
She also developed a knack for fast travel that ultimately inspired her to give air racing a try. She is relentlessly pursued by charmer El Chupacabra, but steadfast Rochelle is much too focused on winning the race to return his affections.
After El Chu sang Dusty's version of the song "Love Machine" to her, she is head over heels over him. Bulldog has been racing longer than every other racer on the circuit.
As the oldest and arguably wisest, he remembers a time before GPS, when real racers trusted their gyros and navigated by the stars.
When it comes to racing, it boils down to two qualities, says Bulldog: While the competition secretly wonders if the aging plane is past his prime, he flies his way onto the leader board again and again, proving that this Bulldog has lost none of his bite and being Dusty's friend.
Bulldog is very patriotic, stating that he doesn't cry because he is British, and is very confident in winning.
Though at first he wasn't very close to Dusty, he believed Dusty could win after saving his life. Bulldog, along with the rest of Dusty's friends, gives parts to Dusty after he got damaged during a storm, demonstrating that he is grateful of Dusty saving his life.
The reigning Pan-Asian champion from India, Ishani is easy on the eyes, but ruthless in the skies. Thanks to her high-speed competitiveness and notable talent, she has amassed more than a billion loyal fans—including one rookie racer who turns to her for guidance.
Exotic and mysterious, Ishani is full of surprises, but always has her eye on the prize. Ishani is a strong, spirited and talented racer. She is very focused on winning, but this does not mean that she can't care about other racers.
Ishani is nice to Dusty Crophopper, and took a liking of him. Ishani was seen talking with Dusty, and he tells her about her propeller.
Ishani was seen having a discussion about the next race with Ripslinger in Oil Hall. Ishani took Dusty around Taj Mahal, and gave him advice about using the railroad tracks serving as an iron compass.
After Dusty got to Nepal in first place in the wake of nearly getting killed by an oncoming train, Dusty figured out that Ishani conspired against him with Ripslinger when he saw her with a Sky Slycer Mark Five propeller that was only used for Team RPX and given by Ripslinger as compensation for doing his dirty work.
Dusty blames Ishani for setting him up that he shuns her for it. Though later on in Mexico, she felt guilty of doing so and redeemed herself, and apologized to Dusty for doing Ripslinger's dirty work.
At the end, she gave the propeller to Dusty Crophopper. It is currently unknown if they are in a relationship. Ned and Zed are Ripslinger's henchplanes, who help him try to disqualify Dusty from the Wings Around the Globe competition.
They are the secondary antagonists of Planes. Lacking the skills to actually outrace the competition, they simply eliminate it, propelling boss Ripslinger to victory every single time.
There are too many crops to spray and not enough hours in the day to spray them. No matter what he decides, however, Dottie will always have his back.
His fuel tank and nozzle are used to refill planes and, on one occasion, Mayday the fire truck. He is good friends with Dottie and Sparky.
He is also a friend and fan of Dusty Crophopper. In the teaser trailer which contains animation not in the film , both Bravo and Echo appear.
After Dusty Crophopper takes off and was having a bit of trouble flying, Bravo asks Echo if Dusty will be okay. Dusty was then seen skywriting "Cool", with Echo replying that he thinks Dusty will be okay.
In the actual film, they are seen trying to get Dusty towards Dwight D. Flysenhower when he gets low on fuel and lost over the Pacific Ocean after losing his navigation antenna that was destroyed by Ned and Zed.
After Dusty lands on the ship, all of the crew give him some fuel and a new antenna, and Bravo and Echo show Dusty the Jolly Wrenches Hall of Fame, and try to get to Dusty ready when he asks on the radio if it is true that Skipper Riley flew only one mission.
Bravo and Echo are later seen at the end with Dusty and Skipper on Dwight as they fly together. This irascible race official pitty delivers the rules for the North American Wings Around the Globe time trials with a matter-a-fact personality and a wry sense of humor.
In fact, Roper never misses an opportunity to offer his own take on the events that unfold. With sly remarks and colorful commentary, Roper is funny but firm in his dealings with the race and the racers.
He also strangely appears in Sun Wing's tent when Dusty was commenting about Ishani's propeller while in the pit row at John F.
However, he does not appear in there again after that. He is seen in many shots of the racers throughout the movie, including in the pit row at John F.
However, he strangely does not appear with the other racers to give Dusty parts. Little King is seen in many shots of the racers throughout the movie, including in the pit row at John F.
When Dusty is broken and needs repairs, Little King gives him supplies. He is a legendary champion in the history of air racing, known for victories in his home country of Italy.
He is number 3 in the Wings Around the Globe racing competition. When Dusty is broken and needs repairs, Arturo gives him supplies.
The Japanese Racer, Tsubasa, is known as "The Ninja" because competitors never see or hear him coming!
With his slick airframe, he slices past them like an invisible Warrior. In Planes , he sets the second fastest time in the qualifier round for the Wings Around the Globe and competes in the rally.