Paw Patrol Marshall Fire Engine Ride-On Ride On

With its colorful and vibrant profile this Paw Patrol Marshall Fire Truck Ride-On helps your child save the day on Adventure Bay. Complete with handle bars to activate sounds and tunes with the push of a button. This Ride-On comes with a removable walkie-talkie that activates sounds in the dash and a rotating hose that clicks and promotes tactile play for your child. Fun Paw Patrol colors and detailed graphics of Marshall make this Ride-On look ready for rescue. There is a ladder push bar to help your child push while upright. This ride-on contains under seat storage for your child’s convenience.

Product Features

  • 2 Electronic buttons on handle bars activate sounds, tunes and voice
  • Removable walkie-talkie that activates sounds in dash promotes dexterity
  • Child rotates fire hose for clicking sounds promoting tactile play
  • Custom authentic fire ladder push bar handle
  • under-seat storage

Free Fire Review

Free Fire is in the same stroke an absurdist presentation of the longest gunfight you’ll ever see and one grounded in an odd hyperrealism you don’t see much in action films. What starts as a funny and loose character study with an improbable amount of bullets ends the same way. And while that may sound like a one-note movie, that one note tends to be slick, sassy, and worth your time.

The premise to Free Fire sounds like the answer to the question of what is the least reliable combination of people to enter into a midnight gun deal. Two no-nonsense IRA members with two knucklehead henchmen are attempting to buy several crates of automatic rifles from a slimy South African arms dealer and his commensurate crew of muscle while a couple of (mostly) independent intermediaries grease the wheels in an abandoned factory.

Like I said, a recipe for trouble, and a somewhat overflowing one at that. There may just be three parties involved, but there are a lot of moving parts within each one and as a whole. Writer/director Ben Wheatley (co-writing with Amy Jump), however, manages to condense the entire thing into the base components. By mostly coincidence, one henchmen from each of the two main parties recognize each other after having gotten into a brawl the night before. And slowly but surely, the match inches closer and closer to the powder keg until the shooting starts and doesn’t stop.

This quick introduction performs admirably at setting up exactly what you should expect from the rest of the movie. Everyone—seriously everyone—is there to chew the scenery. The debilitatingly stupid Stevo (Sam Riley), for instance, plays the shady underling who tries to get out from under his rightful retribution with a slithering that Kevin Corrigan would be proud of.

He is the perfect foil to the marginally sharper but equally hotheaded and selfish Harry (Jack Reynor) so when the punches between the two escalate to bullets, it plays believably in a vaudevillian kind of way. And then the bullets start flying, seemingly randomly piercing appendages with little to no consequence, and the movie becomes a delicious pit of absurdity where A-list celebrities crawl around the dirty-covered floor for 90 minutes.

The more recognizable faces rip into their roles with an unfettered savagery that looks like they’ve been wanting for years. Brie Larson as Justine explodes into over-the-top rage at whim while shooting off Liz Lemon-level eye rolls. Cilian Murphy takes his Peaky Blinders Irishness with Chris up to the realm of caricature, stoic and cold for all the worst/best reasons.

Free Fire

And then you throw in Armie Hammer’s Ord, a character that looks like Hammer having the best time of his life in three acts. Ord is like a cherry-picked gestalt of all his favorite parts of his past roles with a little bit Winklevoss propriety, a dash of Illya Kuryakin’s consummate composure, and maybe a sprinkle of the oozing charm of Gabriel Edwards. And showing this against Sharlto Copley’s skeevy and overly, almost inexplicably South African Vernon is like a comedy duo where neither one knows if they’re the straight man or the banana man.

The characters, in fact, are really the only reason any of this works. There’s very little in the way of explosive, eye-catching action, though Wheatley does an admirable job keeping everyone and everything digestible. And as everyone starts taking lead in the legs, there’s even less in the way of standing action, everyone crawling around behind conveniently placed cement blocks like bugs avoiding the light.

With such a robust cast, it’s only natural some would take the lead while others bolster them. But some of them feel a bit like a waste, as the jokes the more prominent characters fall flat. Larson is especially underutilized with her motivations and her principles so clearly defined and immediately appreciable. And the relationship between Vernon and his cohort Martin (Babou Ceesay) would have been fun to play with had Martin not spent most of the movie pretty well removed from the action.

Free Fire

As it is, though, Free Fire knows pretty much exactly what it is, and it doesn’t outstay its welcome. At a lean 90 minutes, it gets in and gets out in a way these hapless underworld criminals just couldn’t manage. It doesn’t have anything new to say or anything extraordinary to hand you, but it does have a lot of fun showing you what it is. And that is a rare thing to find.

Final Score: 7 out of 10

Tek Nek Sesame Street Fire Engine Ride-On

It’s the Sesame Street Fire Engine Ride-On to the rescue! Elmo & Abby Cadabby speak to your little firefighter with 15 talking phrases and 13 fun buttons on the hood and dash demonstrate cause and effect. Lift the seat to discover storage for their favorite toys. The walker bar is perfect for stretching growing legs. The Fire Engine features fun, colorful Sesame Street labels. Volume control allows parents to select the volume level that’s right for their home and sturdy plastic construction makes the ride-on safe and easy to keep clean. Requires 2 AA batteries included. Seat height is 8.5 inches. Recommended for ages 1 to 3 years and up to 40 lbs.

Product Features

  • Sesame Street branded ride-on featuring Elmo & Abby Cadabby
  • 19 Elmo & Abby Cadabby talking phrases & fun sounds
  • 13 fun hood & dash buttons. 2012 Toy Insider Award.
  • Underseat storage, Parent volume control, Walker bar
  • 13 fun hood & dash buttons; 2012 Toy Insider Award

Kiddieland Disney Planes Fire and Rescue Dusty Activity Ride On

This Dusty Plane is a fun foot-to-floor ride on, helping your toddler develop balance and steering skills. It has four wheels, making riding easy and balance not a problem. With fun lights and sounds, kids will love this Disney ride on. Hear Dusty’ s favorite music, see the propellers rotate to amazing light-up patterns, and hear the realistic lift off and landing sounds. This fun and colorful ride on adds imaginative play, as they pretend to be Dusty and recreate their favorite scenes from the movie.

Product Features

  • Hear Dusty play his favorite songs!
  • Press and slide for realistic lift-off and landing sounds
  • Press different buttons for rewarding sounds and flashing lights
  • Steer wheel and honk horn for a great “flying” adventure!
  • Maximum weight capacity: 50 lbs

Captain America Marvel Super Soldier Gear Stealth Fire Shield Toy

Gear up just like your favorite patriotic Avenger with the Stealth fire Shield toy. This superhero shield attaches to your arm so you can fend off any villain’s attacks, just like Captain America does. But it’s also your secret weapon, because it fires missiles from its hidden launcher. You can even attach the Dual shot Gauntlet (sold separately) to the shield for even more battle advantage. Turn the tables on evildoers with a surprise rocket blast from the Stealth fire Shield toy. Marvel products are produced by Hasbro under license from Marvel Characters B.V.

Product Features

  • Stealth fire Shield toy fires 4 darts up to 20 feet
  • Pull the handle to fire darts at the enemy
  • Connect additional Super Soldier Gear (sold separately)
  • Includes dart blaster and 4 darts

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Fisher-Price Little People Fire Truck Ride On

The Little People gang are ready to fight any fire on the big red shiny Little People Fire Truck Ride-On. With lights flashing and sirens blaring your little firefighter will can talk to headquarters in the removable walkie-talkie that activates sounds when removed from the dash. They can turn the clicking fire hose on the front end and pretend to put out the fire. With a custom fire ladder push bar handle bar and under seat storage this fire truck has got it all!

Product Features

  • Removable walkie-talkie activates sounds in dash
  • Buttons on handle bars activate sounds and tune as lights flash
  • Custom fire ladder push bar handle

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LEGO DUPLO Planes Fire and Rescue Team 10538 Disney PreSchool Building Toy – Drip Blade Ranger

Welcome to Blucollection ToyCollector. This is Lego Duplo Planes Fire and Rescue Team 10538 From Disney PreSchool Building Toys. Includes Hydro airplane Dusty Crophopper, helicopter Blade Ranger…

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Erector Fire Truck – 6 Model Set

New flexible parts!
Build this fun Fire Truck and the 5 other models!
Only one toy may be built at a time. Includes instructions for the 6 models and 184 parts.
Two tools are included to put together the models.
Now, younger kids can enjoy the classic fun of building an Erector set !
Ages 5+

Product Features

  • Set contains 196 pieces
  • Six models include Fire Truck, Bulldozer, Tug Boat, Fire Boat, Dragster and Helicopter
  • Contains bright and colorful, flexible plastic parts, which are perfect for younger builders to learn and use
  • This Bulldozer 6 model set contains enough parts to build six different Erector models

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