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The runways in Disney’s Planes are paved with good intentions, but an overreliance on exhausted underdog tropes and a lazy central irony prevent it from truly soaring into the clouds. Strictly for the seven-and-under crowd, this breezy but forgettable dive… (more)

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  • Released: 2013
  • Rating: PG
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  • Review: The runways in Disney’s Planes are paved with good intentions, but an overreliance on exhausted underdog tropes and a lazy central irony prevent it from truly soaring into the clouds. Strictly for the seven-and-under crowd, this breezy but forgettable dive… (more)

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