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Wings: Sky Force Heroes

By Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Dull sequel has more scares, peril than the original.

Movie PG 2014 82 minutes
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This movie is as dull and unsatisfying as the previous Wings film but with a few more scary sequences. Add confusion to the ways in which this film fails. Plot lines are vague and unclear. The finale hangs on a snowstorm rescue, but why do the planes need rescue? Unclear. Most of the characters have the same names and voices as those in the previous movie. Josh Duhamel still plays a plane called Ace, and Hilary Duff plays one called Windy. But the characters are completely different in looks and history. The sleek aerobatics jet called Ace is now a chunky propeller-driven rescue plane. Windy was a lean lavender aerobics instructor; now she's a pink double-propeller rescuer. Rob Schneider voiced a sidekick bird called Dodo; now he is a robot named Fred. Why bother calling this Wings?

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