My Thoughts: PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE (2014)

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In 2013, Disney released their film, Planes, theatrically. Sort of a Cars in the air, it proved to be a modest success. Disney was so sure of this happening that they even planned a release date for the sequel BEFORE the first one was even released! And it’s this sequel we’re looking at today!

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Pixar-Forgotten/Minor Characters #5: The Blue Proclaimer Classmate Fish

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Finding Nemo is a film that I’ll always cherish. Not because it’s so good (which it is), but it was the first movie I ever saw in the theaters. I’m not someone who goes to the theaters much, so I was very excited to see a film in the theaters for the first time!

The film, as you all know, is about a father clownfish named Marlin, voiced by Albert Brooks, who teams up with a royal blue tang with short-term memory loss, named Dory, voiced by Ellen DeGeneres, to find his son, Nemo, voiced by Alexander Gould, who has been “fish-napped” by Australian divers.

Wow, what a wordy synopsis!

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‘Planes: Fire & Rescue’ Opens Up At #3!

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Whether you enjoyed last year’s Planes or not, Disney was adamant about making a sequel to it that they even planned the sequel’s release date before the original was even released!

And now, the sequel has been released and opened up at the #3 slot in the weekend box office. The film, which features our main character thrust into the world of fire and rescue missions, made a weekend gross of $18 million. With a budget of $50 million, the film could probably still make some sort of profit.

I’ll probably check the film out when it comes to DVD because it actually interests me more than the original, but not so much as to see it in the theaters. Also, Ed Harris is one of the voices and he’s always awesome!

How can anyone dislike this guy?
How can anyone dislike this guy?

Have you seen the film? If so, how was it? If not, do you want to see it? Let me know in the comments below!

Pixar-Forgotten/Minor Characters #2: The Drummer Spider

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Pixar’s next film, A Bug’s Life, has an interesting history that most people know about. For those who don’t know, it’s basically a battle between Dreamworks Animation and Pixar to release their bug-related film first.

Sadly, Dreamworks Animation's Antz emerged victorious. Just look at the victory pose on the poster.
Sadly, Dreamworks Animation’s Antz emerged victorious. Just look at the victory pose on the poster.

Despite losing that race, I would argue that the superior and better film of the two is definitely Pixar’s A Bug’s Life.

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My Thoughts: PLANES (2013)

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With the financial success of the “Cars” series, it was only a matter of time before Disney tried to cash in on other venues of the same universe. That’s where “Planes” comes in. Continue reading “My Thoughts: PLANES (2013)”

Disney Canon-Forgotten/Minor Characters #50: Greno the Thug

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Wow, 50 films in 71 years! I wonder if Walt Disney himself thought that his films would endure and be loved for this long.

As for the 50th film, you’d think that we’d get a good movie since it’s an important milestone…and you’d be thinking correctly. We get a very good movie entitled, “Tangled”. Continue reading “Disney Canon-Forgotten/Minor Characters #50: Greno the Thug”

Disney’s “Planes” Is Cleared For a Theatrical Release

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Disney Toon Studios’ “Planes”, originally meant as a direct-to-DVD release, has been allowed a theatrical release on August 9, 2013. The CGI film takes place in the world of Pixar’s “Cars” franchise, but instead focuses on the vehicles of the air! Current attached voices include Jon Cryer, Stacy Keach, Brad Garrett, and Carlos Alazraqui. 

More can be found at http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=98312 . So are you excited about this film, dreading it, indifferent to it? Let me know in the comments!