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0 out of 0 users found this helpful Its a kids moivie...its worth it.
The reviewer, James Rocchi, for MSN (which stands for Mega Stupid Neoliberals) is a douchebag. This film was OK for kids in the classic moral-of-the-story way. Mr. Rocchi needs therapy to deal with some childhood problems; his complaints about "violence" in Cars make me wonder what kind of liberal utopian rock he lives under. When I was a kid we played "war" and pretended to shoot each other! *GASP* Anyway, my daughters loved it. It's predictable. It's worth seeing. Screw pansy liberals like Rocchi.
0 out of 0 users found this helpful Worse than Lone Ranger? Yes but shorter
Disney continues to capitalize on the "copy that til it fails mentality." As with the epic failure the "Lone Ranger" Disney again attempts to rehash past success with making the same movie over and over again. The storyline and characters are exactly the same, zero plot, bad jokes, which results in a predictable lazy storytelling. How do these horrendous screenplays get a multimillion green light beats the heck out of me. Disney has become a Hollywood money making machine. The movies and the plots are cookie cutter, and to be honest, insulting to even a child's intelligence. Someone needs to thaw out Mr. Walt Disney and show what has become of the films that bear his name. Disney has become greedy, they have no guts to make something that is ground breaking or remotely challenging. Instead they settle for the safe little films that most parents will take there kids to and later buy them all the cheap little Chinese toys that help market these god awful films, As a life long fan of Disney, I must say, has not made a decent film since the Lion King. Go back to the drawing board and hire someone who can actually write a screenplay worth seeing. When I spend fifteen dollars for a movie ticket, I expect to see something worth watching. I get more for my money at sleazy Boardwalk Carnival than I do from a lazy uninspiring Disney hour and a half commercial to sell their cheap toys!
0 out of 0 users found this helpful Very Entertaining Movie
My children and I all enjoyed this movie. The large movie screen is a great way to enjoy the flying scenes in the midst of interesting scenery. There are some correlations between both Planes and the Cars movies. However, Planes is unique enough so you do not feel that it is just Cars with wings. The plot does try to teach movie patrons a few important lessons.