Did you ever think a superhero could be, well, too super for one town? This is a conundrum faced by the former Mr. Incredible, Bob Parr. Cast out of the super society and into suburbia, Parr settles down with the former Elastigirl, Helen, where they produced a trio in Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack. Pushing pencils in a insurance company desk job, it just so happens his city of the month is once again in peril. Who better to save the world than...THE INCREDIBLES!
"The Incredibles" ushers in so many new elements in an animated feature era, which they have helmed since "Toy Story". The animation is tear-enducingly polished, and leaves you awestruck. From framing to sweeps, its big feature cinematography makes you forget you're watching a cartoon.
The meat of the movie, beefing up both the visual and audible signature adult content, PIXAR maintains a happy medium, where kids can follow along as well. It's fast paced and involving, yet extremely easy to follow, and subsequently get lost in. Voice talents in Craig T. Nelson, Jason Lee, and Holly Hunter are on point.
"The Incredibles" is PIXAR's way of flexing their maturity muscle. As this movie is akin to an animated modern comic book movie, with old school comic flare. In typical PIXAR fashion, you come away with a super message. With strong family values and togetherness, you can always overcome adversity, no matter how pressing.
Ladies and gentlemen, I am convinced. PIXAR can do no wrong. With that, I highly recommend this movie to anyone and everyone reading this almost pointless review. Pointless, because the words "Go see it", while as simple as it should be, don't credit the ingenius accomplishments of Bird and crew.
Last edited by Cory Chaos on Nov 6th, 2004 at 01:46 AM
The Episode 3 trailer, on the big screen, was killer. I was sitting there almost shaking, it was so cool.
As for the movie, easily better than "Nemo". You have to understand that with Bird, who also did "The Iron Giant" for Disney, they are taking a little more "mature" approach. "Finding Nemo" was safe, had a kid fish as a main character,yadda, yadda, yadda. This time, with "The Incredibles", it revolves around a family, but they are superheroes. Violence comes with the territory. There's gunplay, and lasers, and fighting. It's all tastefully done, no blood and such.
It may not seem like it, but given the adult appeal in this movie, the fact that it's still safe for kids to see too is just an accomplishment beyond belief. Even more so than "Toy Story".
I might go see it.I don't know it looks pretty funny but still alittle stupid.The only person I could see it with is one of my friends.My boyfriend said he would not be caught dead watching that movie.
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Drag his ass to theatre, point at the lines of literally HUNDREDS of adults, without children at that, then make him rethink it.
Now, if he can't appreciate the medium, that's understandable. But like Isaid, you get into the movie, you totally forget that in essence, you're watching a cartoon.
So angry. I love it.
Thanks, hun. I had my Anakin sig up yesterday, after geeking out over the E3 trailer, but "The Incredibles" blew me away, so it's my new obsession. Prolly going to make one for Violet, Dash, and Elastigirl, soon.