Planes

Planes
Planes

Year

2013

Duration

88 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

For an aeroplane that dreams of becoming a world champion racer, a fear of heights can be a big disadvantage. That is just one of the problems faced by Dusty, a plucky little flyer who seems to have no chance of realising his ambitions. Though built as a crop duster (a type of plane designed to fly low and spray plants with water and fertiliser), Dusty believes that, with some assistance from his supportive helpers, he can compete against his racing heroes. Fans of Pixar's Cars films will almost certainly enjoy this animated comedy, which celebrates bravery, friendship and difference.

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