I seen this movie in theater and I haven't seen a movie where you were serious, laugh, and cry all in one for a long time. There hasn't been a good family movie made in years since Home Alone or Sandlot so this was pretty high on our family list. Plus it was the only movie we saw that didn't show and ruin everything in trailers.
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VIPRB-Playing with Fire (Blu-ray)
|Manufacturer Part Number|
+ DVD + Digital Copy ed.
John Cena, Brianna Hildebrand, Judy Greer, Keegan-Michael Key, Daniel Cudmore, Dennis Haysbert, John Leguizamo, Christian Convery
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|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
9.00 x 6.00 x 1.50 Inches
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Awesome Family movie
Our whole family LOVED this movie! We have all different ages of kids and it is hard to find a movie they all like. BUT this movie accomplised just that!
Funny and filled with shenanigans
I like this movie because it is very entertaining and super funny. Playing with Fire is a 96 minutes filled with shenanigans. John Cena makes the audience laugh and it is weird to see him with a head full of hair. This movie is about four smoke jumpers played by John Cena, Keegan-Michael Key, Tyler Mane and John Leguizamo, who save three kids from a cabin on fire. The three children are siblings and two of them, Will and Zoe, are under the age of 10. Their older sister Brynn (Brianna Hildebrand, X-Men) is taking care of them. The smoke jumpers bring the kids to their depot until their parents can come to get them. The kids constantly mess with all the equipment at the fire depot, which distracts the smoke jumpers from doing their jobs. The storyline includes comedy and sometimes sad moments. The visuals are perfect. The fire scenes looks real. The child actors are great at portraying their characters. My favorite scene is when Will is feeding peanut butter to the smoke jumpers' dog and he accidentally spreads it on the firefighter truck. Will drops the industrial soap and takes the fire fighter hose to clean the mess and the truck makes lots of foam. The moral of this film is that family fulfills your life, in addition to working hard to accomplish your professional goals. Jake's (John Cena) priority is his career. He works hard to achieve and accomplish his title in the firefighter department and forgets to have fun or remember that there are people around him that love him. I give this 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it to ages 5 to 18 and adults can enjoy it too! Reviewed by Ethan P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic. For more reviews, visit kidsfirst dot org.
Such a great movie, my son (5yrs old) had us watching it all weekend... 10 times in 48 hours to be exact. Fun humor!
This movie was very disappointing. The only funny parts in the whole movie are the parts that were shown on the trailer. Even my kid didnt sit through the entire movie because it was so boring!
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