Finally, a good sequel. Good god the animation, it's so beautiful. And the action was so smooth. Also, Pixar better gives us a short movie about Edna babysitting Jack-Jack.
i've been waiting for this for 12 years...
World Premiere Review:
Not as good as the original, but totally worth going to see in the theaters. I don't think I've laughed this much at a Pixar film since the the first one. This one didn't seem to have as much "heart" as the original as this felt almost like a revival for this particular franchise than an actual sequel. Fun for adults and kids. Baby steals the show.
Never underestimate Pixar’s superpowers. After a long wait, The Incredibles still holds its own as one of the best superhero properties out there.
Terrific film. Most particularly, I thought the story set up was genius; it’s very clever in the way it talks about the concept of public relations (the influence of perception, etc.), without making it too to understand difficult for the younger audience.Also, it has great voice work, a beatiful score by Michael Giacchino, and thrilling action sequences.It doesn’t drag in its second act, like the first one tends to do for me.Jack Jack and Edna Mode steal the movie. On the other hand, the film could’ve been improved with a better villain plan (this part really made no sense) and making a stronger narrative connection between the two storylines, as the Mr. Incredible stuff (despite being very interesting and adding heart to the film) feels very disconnected from the Mrs. Incredible stuff during the first two acts.Nevertheless, those are minor nitpicks in a second film that might actually be better than the original.
[7.6/10] It’s a shame that Pixar has become more and more of a sequel factory. While the likes of say, Toy Story 3, suggest that the studio can still maintain a high level of quality while repurposing familiar characters, the Pixar brand name itself had become so good that it was one of the few locales within tentpole filmmaking that executives would take chances on original properties with the understanding that the studio’s name alone would give folks reason to come to the theater. The quality of the output hasn’t necessarily diminished, but there’s a loss of the new, as fellow critic Anton Ego might put it, that is regrettable.
Enter Incredibles 2, an energetic, perfectly enjoyable, well-made sequel that is ultimately good enough but forgettable. Arriving in theaters fourteen years after the original, it takes place just months after the events of the first movie. A block-busting fight with the Underminer leads to the government’s super-relocation program to end, and causes the Incredibles (and Frozone) to accept some help from DEVTECH, a private company led by slick salesman and Incredibles fanboy Winston, and his more down-to-earth, genius inventor Evelyn.
The DEVTECH campaign selects Elastigirl as its vanguard, which means she has to be away from home, and Mr. Incredible has to look after the kids. In the process, Bob Parr has to adjust to being out of the limelight and the trials and travails of domestic life, while Helen has to handle her anxieties about being separated from her family while tracking down the villainous Screenslayer, who commandeers the local airwaves to hypnotize everyone within eyeshot.
The film works as a character drama. Bob’s exhausted adventures trying to deal with a daughter whose love life he inadvertently throttled, a son whom he can’t help in school, and a baby with unpredictable and uncontrollable powers are endearing and relatable, even when framed within the superhero guise. At the same time, his only barely-restrained jealousy that his new benefactors think Elastigirl can do the hero thing better than he can is an interesting wrinkle, one that allows the movie to deftly explore the growing pains of changing times flipping the traditional gender roles with work and family.
At the same time, the film reserves some good character stories for Helen Parr. While occasionally Incredibles 2 gets Elastigirl lost in its fairly standard conspiracy plot, there’s rich material to be mined from Helen having to be apart from her kids in the hopes of opening doors for them in the future, while worrying about how they’re doing without her. And while given less time by comparison, the kids’ smaller concerns and squabbles are briefer but nicely crafted as well.
The best element of Incredibles 2 is the same thing that stood out in its predecessor -- the way that the dialogue and conversations about these ideas, the superheroic turned into a family matter, feel layered and real despite the outsized setting. When Bob and Helen chat on the phone or express their anxieties and admit their jealousies before bed, there’s a truth to the complicated issues bound up in this change of lifestyle for both of them, and their whole family, that helps the emotional conflict hit home.
By the same token, while the first Incredibles movie was nothing to sneeze at in terms of its visuals, Incredibles 2 is a giant leap forward. Between a rave-like battle between hero and villain that finds artistry (and, fair warning, audience members with epilepsy) in its flickering black and white, and a tête-à-tête between Violet’s force-field projections and a rival’s portal-creating powers that shows boundless relational creativity, the movie has all manner of impressive sequences.
But more importantly, in a medium that tends toward the fantastical, there is something unbelievably expressive about the characters in the film. Subtle changes in body language or facial expressions or just the barely noticeable tilt of the head make the Parrs feel so much more alive when they’re hashing out their concerns and/or hypnotic suggestions. Beyond the flashy set pieces, the advances in animation and particular choices made in the film do a great deal to make the Incredibles seem like real people and not just supers on the screen.
Incredibles 2 has something of a muddled message about those screen-based supers. In keeping with the first film’s “villain who has a point that takes things way out of proportion”, the Screenslayer laments the world’s adulation for and dependence on superheroes. While in-universe, the baddie is referring to actual caped crusaders, the bad guy’s manifesto serves as a thinly-veiled metaphor for the omnipresence of superhero media in American culture.
With the villain’s focus on hypnotizing anyone with a screen, writer-director Brad Bird bakes in a criticism of people using superheroes as escapism, as an excuse not to live their lives or take action to make the world a better place, and instead rely on our fictional better selves within those screens for comfort and anesthesia. There’s not really a firm rebuttal, except for the fact that the good guys in the film do, in fact, fight the good fight, and expose the Screenslayer as malicious rather than crusading. It’s an interesting idea to play with, even if Incredibles 2 never really nails it down beyond the first layer.
Even with all that going for it, Incredibles 2 is merely quite good. It’s an enjoyable two hours at the cinema, with a solidly built movie that features earned family drama, some exciting battles, and the endearing comedy that comes from the interactions between a returning Edna Mode and the ever-mercurial Jack Jack. That is more than enough for any film, especially one trying to recapture the magic nearly a decade and a half after its predecessor made its debut.
But Pixar has, or at least had, set a standard to where “quite good” can only be a disappointment. There’s nothing wrong, or at least nothing bad about Incredibles 2, but it rarely, if ever, grazes greatness when dusting off these characters from 2004, and you can’t help but the resources and creativity used to make it being taken away from some original movie that might otherwise have broken new ground for the studio and for animated movies more generally.
It’s churish to slate a film for what it isn’t, let alone for the opportunity cost of whatever movie might have taken its place. If you enjoyed the first Incredibles movie, you will undoubtedly enjoy this one as well, which expands on the first and finds new ways to explore the idea of superheroes and family and the two intertwined. But if you’re waiting for the next Pixar movie to knock your socks off, and remind you how irrepressibly creative and daring all ages movie-making can be, then you’ll walk out of Incredibles 2 thinking the studio is still trying to find its supersuit once again.
The super family is back, It's good to see them back and they were better than the first time back in 2004, i feel old.. and they've come with more action, more comedy, more superhero's and I'm happy with it. I loved Jack Jack, made the film for me. I hope to see another because there's so much more to work with in the incredibles universe XD
Truly emotional and exciting. Good story, good characters
Fantastic follow up. The animation has quite a nice upgrade, and it features a bunch of great action sequences. Great family fun.
Really enjoyable move that is not so much a sequel as a whole new movie in it's won right to be fair - plus, it sets the scene for a third instalment
Great animation, pretty good plot if a little predictable and with character development, what is not to like. Love the jokes and the 'incredimobile' is of particular note - and - what would the movie be without Edna, loveable and brilliant as ever
So nearly a 9 but settled on 8/10
Pretty great sequel and amazing animation.
The movie was quite good but not special. Had some funny moments but parts of the plot were quite predictable. Animation was good as expected though seeing it in 3D it was not really worth it, had no proper 3D-actions in there.
This film is... wait for it...
“Help me bring supers back into the sunlight”.
It’s been 14 years.
After all these years and sitting through three ‘Cars’ movies - The only sequel that needed to happen has finally happened. It couldn't come quickly enough. Because I cherish ‘The Incredibles’ on multiple repeats when I was little. Also losing count of how many times I've played the PS2 game version. So yeah, this meant the world to me and anticipating a sequel for a long time, just like everyone else.
While ‘Incredibles 2’ doesn't quite hold a candle to the first, but still, I liked it. There’s a lot to like and enjoy. And yet recognize it’s flaws as well. It's not a disappointment, which makes me happy, just judging by Pixar recent involvement with it’s sequels.
Brad Bird is a talented film marker and storyteller, both in animation and live action. In animation however is where he really shines. Bringing a rich style of nostalgia that clearly influenced his personal life - Going back to the golden age of cinema and inputting into his work. Same thing applies with this movie and managing to keep the level of quality strong after all these years.
The animation was great, now that’s nothing new, yet this needs repeating. It’s bright, colorful, and full of life. Pixar always succeeds in animation. The choreography during the action sequences was energetic and exciting with the animation being glue to hold it altogether.
The character’s screen time is perfectly balance so you got to see just enough of everyone. Probably the most enjoyable part of the whole movie is watching Bob (Or Mr. Incredible, if you like) trying to take care of his kids. I think the reason why is the family dynamic and the reverse roles in that situation. Most of the heart and humor are in those scenes. I mean, it’s better than the actual plot itself involving Elastic girl.
Now this ties in with my main issues: The villains are paper thin and painful generic. I don’t want to spoil anything, but then again, the movie basically spoils itself from having a predictable narrative. When the villains motivations are revealed it’s pretty ridiculous and you just don’t buy it.
I wished this wasn't a continuation from the first, especially when you notice the actors who voiced these characters sound much older, since this takes place immediately after the original. It would've been a lot better if it was set years later in a new time period, where more homages to campy superhero movies and TV shows, because around the 60’s or 70’s, the genre itself got more corny, but also gives Pixar more material to work on and have a creative spin on it. I know it may seem unfair to keep comparing this to the first, but this movie does everything it can to remind you of the first film, including plot points- So not really.
Oh and is it just me, or dose Catherine Keener character model looks exactly like Roxanne Ritchi from ‘Megamind’.
Overall rating: ‘Incredibles 2’ is a good movie and came out around the perfect time where superhero movies are bigger than ever. I can safely say it was worth the wait. Again, not quite as clever or excellent, although I am glad we finally got a sequel, good or bad.
I’ll see you in 25 years.
Would probably go as far as to say I preferred this to the original. After watching them one day after the other I can make this opinion. This one had much more of an interesting storyline (even though I guessed the villain as soon as they came on the screen!) However, the film had lots of action, and much interaction from the kids showing off their powers!
It was good, but didn't meet up to the high standards set by the original. Less clever and smart, including the action. Characters were fun to watch, and it had its moments, but after 14 years... wouldn't have minded waiting even a little longer for Brad Bird to get it right!
Waited 13 years and wasnt dissapointed one bit super happy.
Great sequel that takes place right after the first movie. Had some good comedic moments and great action. The family moments were fun. I remember helping my nephew with his math and having the same problem Bob had. Why change math? Math is math. The scenes with Jack-jack were fun to watch as well. Overall, a solid sequel not quite as good as the first, but very close and worth watching.
This is exactly what I wanted from a sequel. It's a lot of fun and pretty funny at times. More family drama, only this time Mr. Incredible is the stay at home dad. Lots of great action and Jack Jack using his powers. He really steals the show. I wish they would of been more time with the family all together because that is when this movie is at its best. The pacing is a little off too. It can be slow at times. Still this movie is great and if you loved the first you won't be disappointed. I can't wait to see it again.
Get away from your screenslaver iPhones, and head to the theater for an incredible time!
After a 14 year wait Brad Bird showcases everything that makes him a master of animation by throwing us back into the wonderfully creative world of everyone favourite super family. Naturally there have been comparisons made to the 2004 original and I have to agree that the first movie is definitely the better of the two. However that does not mean that this is not an absurdly entertaining and well executed movie.
Bird leans into the Saturday morning cartoon aesthetic even more for this film than last time and his attitude of writing and directing action scenes as if it were for a high budget live-action film makes for some pulse racing moments serving as a good reminder for why Ghost Protical is the best Mission Impossible! There are also some really funny moments (a stand out scene comes to mind involving a raccoon) and all of the characters feel as relatable and fully realised as they did in 2004
.My one issue is that the villain subplot in 3rd act reveal are pretty weak, this is why I think people are so quick to compare the two films. This is a minor compliant as it doesn’t distract from the overall quality of the film.
Incredibles 2 was well worth the wait and may even be the best pixar sequel in my humble opinion (and no I haven’t forgotten about Toy Story 3).
A good sequel, but the villain is not as compelling as the first one.
It's obvious who the villain is as soon as the character is introduced, but other than that this is a lot of fun!
Incredibles 2 is one of the better animated followups I've seen.
Compared to the first, the tone, pacing, and behavior of the characters all seemed to match really well. I enjoyed it the whole time, and it seems to keep kids as engaged as the first one did.
my only complaint from watching it is the story seemed a bit more like standard family fare than the first one did.
I'd definitely recommend if you enjoyed the first.
the funny thing is I had to go watch the first one the first is still the best in my opinion
Waiting for 12 years for a cliche storyline!!
It felt cheap, insecure of what it wanted to be and has a pretty weak villain. The end of the movie doesn't feel earned at all. Animation is great tho.
Amazing animation and awesome action.The story was good to but I think the plot was kind of messy and kids will not understand the message anyway.
Elastigirl's voice sounds like she is 60 years old
Loved this movie! So worth the 14 year wait! Yes, the overarching story line was slightly predictable, but all those people complaining need to remember we're 14 years older than we were when the first one came out, we're smarter. I still think it was INCREDIBLE. Loved all the nods to the animation studio, and Jack-Jack was the best!
My god, so many years of waiting for this! I must say though, it was WORTH IT!
This movie is such a masterpiece. I waited so long for this movie since I watched it so often in my childhood and always wanted to have a second part of it because of the open end. And after all this waiting I am more than glad. seeing all these faces again made me so happy. furthermore all the funny moments are so great and I think the best part Imo is the family part. The movie doesn't really focus on being a superhero movie which I really loved because they rather focus on the family. I love seeing the Parrs with all the struggle but also cute moments within the family :) I love this movie and I am so glad that I was and am able to see this movie. So without any regrets I can say that this gets a 10/10. <3Thank you very much for this great masterpiece <3 <3I love Violetta <3
Tiene mas accion y es mas divertida que la primera.
Amazing movie. the plot is pretty similair as the first one but in this one the villain is actually scary and scared the crap out of me. The animations are un-fucking-real, really amazing. I loved jack jack too
14 years later. My favourite movie of my childhood. I enjoyed It with 16 years.
Hilarious movie. My two children loved it as much as me. I think it could have been ~25 mins shorter.
Now this is how you do a sequel!
I dont know how to watch the movie can someone help me
This movie reminded me that no matter how much I learn about cinema and imbibe knowledge, I'm still going to be that kid in the movie theater who would surrender himself to the world in front which would be nothing less than his own reality. It was like that Ratatouille moment when the food critic is taken back to his childhood when he tastes Remy's dish. Except, nostalgia hasn't even hit me yet. It's all due to the spectacle that this movie is.
The animation just is incredible when you look at them back to back and yet still all the good parts are there. ElastiGirl is back with her curvacious backside that was the surprise star of the first film. It's nice to see her taking a lead. Her stealth scene in the first movie was an excellent and highly underrated sequence and that basically gets it's own movie. Meanwhile back at home Mr. Incredible has to deal with family life. He gets over not being in the spotlight which I appreciate and just commits to the cause. The oddest moment of the film is watching the family learn about Jack-Jack's powers as if they were unable to look up during that final sequence of the first film. The villain in this film is somewhat predictable but this is a movie for children no matter how fun it is. Still the movie does a lot to make you try to get this person. Which is downright hilarious at points.
I was expecting more teenage angst from Violet Parr but it was pleasantly at just the right amount. She overreacts as teenagers are want to do but never so much it seems unreasonable. Her powers get a even more flexibility which was a plus. Dash is Dash. His hair looks like a man-bun and I didn't like that. But that's like the only thing I didn't like about him.
All in all it was an excellent movie.
No PostCredits scene, but the postcredits closing graphic is a fun call-back.
Great movie, very funny, but it is predictable after some minutes, still funny tough
It was a long wait but it's worth it. It's funny with good action scenes, new heroes and villains, an amazing soundtrack, and of course spectacular visuals.
THIS IS THE PICTURE OF THE MILLENNIUM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I really loved it! I too think it's better than the first!. Jack-Jack is hilarious and the way Mr. Incredible is parenting looks so damn accurate! Great job and secretly I'm hoping there will be a 3th part. I'm taking my kids to the Dutch version for sure!
Very good movie for both adults and kids. There was a couple scenes that dragged to get the point accross, but other that, it was a really good movie.
Not "14-year-sequel" good, but still really good.
There were a number of very obvious leadups i.e. who's going to end up villans, who's going to fail/succeed, etc. that kind of bugged me. That kind of fits the build of most Pixar movies anyways.
I'd highly recommend this movie
Boffo follow up...better late than never. Not as good as the first but good action, incredible animation....and Jack Jack! 8/10
Remember how great The Incredibles was?
SO IS THIS ONE!
Brad Bird has done it again.
It was a very long wait, but a worthy sequel. Highly recommend!
HOLY shit jack jack is amazing and the movie is freaking amazing Definitely Worth to watch.
I LOVED THIS MOVIE JUST LIKE THE FIRST ONE
This was ... well ... incredible. I loved the original and this sequel was right on track. I saw this in an theatre filled with kids and the proper ratio of shepherding adults and throughout the film there were two alternating and distinct waves of laughter, one from children responding to the funny antics, the second from adults sardonically resounding with the life situations. Everybody was having fun! Great voice work. Great storytelling (worth the 14 year wait). Great animation. I give this an 8.9 (Incredibly great) out of 10. [Animated Family Super Action]
It's been 84 years...
i just watched,the movie is geat but i dont undestard a lot of things like why the babe is most powerfull wich his family?
Why can't this come out in 2017 instead of Cars 3 ?
2/10 main plot, very predictable and straightforward8/10 slice of life stuff, was kinda fun to watch10/10 edna, as alwaysoverall it was good, but, as many others noted, not as good as first movie, the only thing that improved is graphics (x1000)
Synopsis: Continuing where the first film left off, the Incredibles work together to defeat the Underminer...only for it to result in serious destruction of the city. When superheroes are made illegal, the Parr family thinks it's time to hang up their super-suits...until Bob (Mr. Incredible) and Helen (Elastigirl) get contacted by a wealthy businessman who wants to change that law. He selects Elastigirl to be his "it" girl, and she soon saves the day...only to find out that an old nemesis, known as Screenslaver, is bent on her and her family's destruction. Who could this evil villain be? Will the Incredibles be able to save the day once again?
The Good: Pixar basically pioneered the computer-animated film, so, it's no surprise that the animation here is beautiful. The decades-old setting brings some old-school charm, particularly when the kids are seen watching the vintage Saturday morning cartoon Jonny Quest. As you'd expect, the action was spot-on.
The Bad: If only the rest of the movie matched up. As much as I love female superheroes, Elastigirl was annoying here; her voice nearly drove me bonkers. Violet's adolescent tantrums were just as ingratiating. The villain here wasn't very convincing, either. Some content concerns popped up as well: Though I expected violence, profanity (including misuses of God's name) and occasional crudity simply weren't necessary.
Conclusion: I first saw The Incredibles in a packed theater back in November 2004, and had a blast with it; so much so that, the following March, I begged my mother to buy the DVD when it was released. We popped the movie in one night...and never watched it again; soon after, I sold it at one of our garage sales. On the small screen--which really was small; we didn't have a very big television set back then--it just wasn't the same; it was almost as if I were watching Barney and Friends instead. Despite that, I had heard great things about the long-awaited sequel, so, I figured, why not? Well, I hate to say it, but Pixar got it wrong here. Yes, the animation was fabulous, but, these days, you need more than great visuals to win me over. While the content concerns were minor, the problems lied in poor voice work, annoying characters, and a sub-par villain. Part of me says they shouldn't make an Incredibles 3; then again, that would give them a chance to redeem themselves for this second outing.
Hats off to the animation team. Though this is 100% a cash grab type of movie and it really shows. The story, the characters, the motive. It all feels kind of cheap. Incredibly predictable, if you are 10% sure who the true antagonist is. Allow my to correct your math and tell you there is no was it’s not 100% that. I never used to understand when people said “back in my day” until Disney x Pixar started learning how to kill dreams and make money.
I saw this last year when it came out in theaters, but, wanted to re-watch it again on BluRay mainly to see what the bonus features would be. It delighted just as much on the second viewing as it did with the first, especially the "Auntie Edna" short, which was basically an extended take of what happened AFTER Bob dropped off Jack Jack, up to him picking him up. It is just as hysterical as the rest of the movie. The rest of the bonus features feature Brad Bird telling how he got into animation, and, what a labor of love I2 was to make, even if it DID leave the entire PIXAR team exhausted but happy (hmmm, kind of like the ACTUAL labor of love IRL)
A thought DID occur that probably not since Jessica Rabbit, has a cartoon female protagonist elicited such praises of enamoration, and catcalls of "Dayum!!,.. Elastigirl be THICC!!! every time she walked away from the camera. Which caused me to ponder, hmmm, Elastigirl can be ANY shape she chooses to be, and so, she must have CHOSEN her look, perhaps after hanging out with Honey Frozone, and, seeing her effect on the Fro Man, decided to get "Bob Parr in trouble, beggin' for a piece of dat bubble", cuz she knew, Bob "liked his women like Flo Jo". Silly me...
I DID find it interesting that the main villain in Incredible's 2 had their origin story as a direct result of the the early hijinks of the villain in the original Incredible's, and that while their anger was somewhat understandable, it was very much misdirected, and in fact they actually should have been thanking the Parr's for bringing some semblance of justice and retribution for the series of unfortunate events leading to that tragedy.
Anyway, the movie is indeed a delight, and, while some have stated that it wasn't as enjoyable as the FIRST one, I disagree, and, although the stories were similar, as ALL superhero movies are in plot and the "beats" they tend to cover, I think that any let down can be attributed to the fact that in the ensuing years since The Incredible's 1, we have had such an abundance of great animated movies, many indeed from Pixar studios and Brad Bird, that, it's just simple impossible to raise the bar to 'mind blown' in this day and age.
That having been said, I sincerely hope we get MORE Incredible's movies, because there is still plenty of material they could mine was the first family of animated crime fighting keeps catching the bad guys.... pow, Pow, POW!!!!
I really enjoyed watched this movie I was expecting the all new way of movie but no it s really fresh even if it s not so different from the 1. And there is 5 -6 replica really surprising but really interesting from a disney pixar
The #MeToo of superhero movies, and while I wouldn't call it incredible, it is still a reasonably entertaining flick that passes the time. No need for an Incredibles 3, however.
Watched with the whole family less the oldest (who was at work). We all loved it. I really like how it just picks right up after the end of the first movie. Liked the dive into Dad's relationship with his kids while trying to "keep it together" so Mom could do her thing. Edna and Jack-Jack were hits as well.
This one had a decent, but derivative, story to go along with impressive animation. Unfortunately, it also had Holly Hunter's poorly fitted dentures. (I assume that this was the problem since she sounded like a female Lou Holtz, who definitely has the issue.) It was especially noticeable since I was wearing headphones. By the end, I was more worried about Helen's next line of dialogue than I was with the fate of any of our heroes. Not that our heroes were ever really at risk, of course. But seriously -- it's a voice role, for crying out loud. And a noticeable speech issue is gonna be a problem.
Elastigirl is such a badass!
Am I the only one that didn't particularly like this one?
I mean...it's alright, but something about the vibe of this one is off. This is usually the place I put everything I think is wrong with the movie, but this is not something I can really explain, other than I found it a bit weird.
Anyway...I'm sure kids find this interesting. I didn't...
This is available on Amazon Prime
That. Was. A. Super. Great. Movie.
I didn't like this sequel as much as the original. Fell asleep in the middle. That means it didn't hold my interest. But this is only my opinion and yours might be the opposite or you might even agree with me.
Oh! It’s a good movie but I going to tell something “the incredible 1” is perfect. This is just a good movie.
It's good, just good.
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The first one was better. Too little Dash and too much Jack-Jack.
how do u whach this movie
It continues to maintain the spirit and entertainment of the original, but updated. Nobody else reminds Winston Deavor of Alan Cumming in the good wife
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This movie is a bright and shiny toy that's hard to put down. You know exactly how it works and exactly what it does but knowing doesn't keep you from having a good time with it.
wont comment much . i dont remember incredibles 1. yes both of them are in good category. but nothing outstanding. awesome for kids teens etc.
there was a tiny lack of coherence. and it was hard to tell what the plot was about. first it was like ok . fully focused on elastigirl. next was ok its a story about mr. incredible trying to digest the fact that his wife is being chosen for mission. in the end it turned out to be a generic affair. but no complaints here.
the humor is great. nothing drags. and there are some genuine laughter moments especially with the baby jack jack ones.
but nothing that will last.
saw it on imax. the animation is great. this is pixar. but at the same time. this is pixar. and they can do better... again in no way its bad. its 10/10 . but pixar can do 12/10.
This movie had me on my toes, took you long enough to release.
Everyone sounds deflated. Violet sounds like a smoker. Mr Incredible is a terrible, jealous arsehole who makes no sense as a husband and father. The boy is the same, the mother is whatever. It almost feels like she achieves nothing in this movie.The baby is a mindless cash grab with no purpose but to be cute. The fight scenes are good and the animation is awesome. Frozone is the best character by far. Character motivations make no sense, and the music reminds me of James Bond.
not worth it.
The movie has action in it