[SPOILER - highlight to read]: i also loved that mr incredible showed his darkness when he was choking the sh!t out of mirage. very uncharacteristic of a cartoon superhero. and it also amazed me how the emotions of mr incredible just oozed out of the screen when he found out his family died from the plane crash. excellent animation, excellent voice over.
Just got back. Great movie, one of the best of the year. Everything about it was just done to perfection. The animation alone was well worth it, how they put life and the little touches into every character blew me away. This movie comes just about as close to a perfect movie for any age as you can get.
I watched this movie tonight and am convinced like cine that pixar can do no wrong and this is their jewel in there crown! I was so entertained and amused and in complete awe of the animation I can't imagine who could not like this movie!
also I had no idea the epIII trailer was showing with it and I am not huge fan of the new star wars movies, but I quite literally was like "holy sh*t!!* the trailer was so thrilling I couldn't believe it!
i just got back from it and it was the best animated file i had ever seen!!!!!!!!!! i hope there alot of occers anominatons fro this one...and alot of winingis tooo...oh and this moring on the raido that they are thinking about puting this file in "best picture" there has only been one other animated fime ever and its from disney...can u guess?
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Dear lord what a film. The producers of James Dond should hang a collective head in shame - if an animated feature can out bond bond then they are way off track.
Know why I prefer Pixar to Dreamworks? Because, unlike Shrek, Pixar dont feel the need to do kids joke / adult joke / kids joke. They just do what they do at the level of sophistication they want (this time, pretty damn sophisticated) and you either buy into it or not.
No "knowing pop cuture references" - its all self- referential and affectionate: Less parody, more homage.
Iron Giant is a real fave of mine, it felt like a throwback to the grand old days of Disney: So I expected great things of The Incredibles - but I didn't expect anything quite that good. The first real Independent Pixar feature - I see good times ahead for us kids.
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From an interview with the director of Fantastic 4:
"I'm the biggest Pixar nut in the world, and I can't freaking wait to see it," Story says. "But some of the powers are very similar, and I don't want the public to think we took elements of The Incredibles when it's the other way around."
P.S. By the way, if this movie is successful, what will they call the second one, Fantastic 4 2,lol. I guess they'll just have to think of a subtitle to go with each movie they do after the first, sucks for them.
This movie was great. The CGI was awesome, definetly the best so far in a movie.
Now, I loved Finding Nemo, but I liked this even better. The whole story was hot, and there were jokes and content in the movie that weren't exactly for a young age... Awesome for an animated movie. This is definetly one of my favorites of the year.
One power..ONE..is similar, in Elastigirl, which supports the opinion that people looking to make this ****ing ridiculous correlation are doing just that. Going out of their way to bring one film down.
The second will be along the lines of "The Incredibles 2", or "Return of the Incredibles", etc. There's plenty to distinguish "The Incredibles" and "Fantastic Four", aside from the obvious.
Not forgetting that The Fantastic 4's Mr Fantastic "borrowed" his bendy power from Jack Coles legendary Plastic man from the 1940's & also Predating Sue Storm by 20 years was Invisible Scarlett O'Neil by Russell Stamm.