Wings

DVD Release: February 4, 2014
Wings
Dove "Family-Approved"
For All Ages

Synopsis

A few weeks before the Super Wings Championship Airshow, a fortuitous
accident gives Ace (Josh Duhamel, TRANSFORMERS), a young fighter plane, the
chance to follow his dreams and compete in the tournament. But in order to
stand a chance against Cyclone (pop star Jesse McCartney, ALVIN AND THE
CHIPMUNKS) the cocky, current champion, Ace is going to need some help from
his newfound friends: Windy (Hilary Duff, A CINDERELLA STORY) the
kindhearted, purple fighter plane that inspires him to believe in himself;
Dodo (Rob Schneider, SHARKBAIT) the goofy, feathered sidekick that always
has his back; and Colonel (Tom Skerritt, TOP GUN) the disgraced, former
coach that comes out of retirement to help him train. This high speed
adventure will be the journey of Ace’s lifetime!

Dove Review

For all the plane enthusiasts out there, here is a cute animated movie that features one young jet’s dream to be part of the great Hawk Flying Team. When he is tricked into trying out for the team by some other machines, he just happens to show up at the right time to train for the position. This accidental event helps his dream to come true. But little does he know what he has to overcome to get the job.

There are many lessons that are taught in this film, things like learning from those that are older and more experienced, working as a team, not giving up just because you get older and of course cheaters never win. “Wings” is a wonderful family movie that all ages will enjoy.

We are proud to award this DVD the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Plane crashes; plane caught on fire.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Bullying and cheating.

Info

Reviewer: Donna Rolfe
Source: Video
Company: Lionsgate
Writer: Mychal Simka
Director: Olga Lopato; English adaptation director - Melanie Simka
Producer: Mychal Simka
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 88 min.
Starring: Josh Duhamel, Hilary Duff, Rob Schneider, Jesse McCartney, Tom Skerritt