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Review: The Incredibles
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botankus
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Yeah, I agree. I think it would be better without the Underminer as the main villain for the sequel.


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OMG this movie sucked

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it isn't just this movie i didn't like i don't like any animated movie's


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Originally posted by Red Superfly
I don't think the Underminer is meant to set up a sequel. It's a device to show that they have accepted their role as superheroes and can juggle both normal life and their alter egos now. I don't think we'll see the Underminer as the villain in Inc. 2.
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Yeah, I agree. I think it would be better without the Underminer as the main villain for the sequel.


did you know the voiceover was Cliff from Cheers? he's basically in every Disney/Pixar movie. he might make a cheesy side bad guy.


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just saw the movie, love it, it had such a cool feel to it, a must buy DVD when its released!


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quote:
Originally posted by T.M
OMG this movie sucked

btw.

it isn't just this movie i didn't like i don't like any animated movie's


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Originally posted by powerfulone1987
I am glad someone feels the same way about Monsters Inc. as I do and likes it so much. Even though I have been saying I liked the Incredibles the most, I really can't decide. I guess I chose The Incredibles, because I am an addict for action movies, but that aside, Monsters Inc. is the winner, if not tied with The Incredibles.


I posted that 4 months ago.

It kind of seems like a different person to me, I didn't even know that it was me that had wrote it until I looked and saw my name.

I definitely have to say that "The Incredibles" is better that "Monsters Inc."
Sorry, but I truly feel that way. I think Boo was just such a special character to me that I couldn't really say that anything was better than "Monsters Inc.", but after buying and watching "The Incredibles" over and over, I just have to come to the complete and honest truth that I believe that the "The Incredibles" is a better movie than "Monsters Inc.", even though that Boo is one of my favorite characters. Sorry Boo.


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Originally posted by pr1983
the reason i choose inc is because i believe goodman and crystal are better comic actors than nelson(not sure of the spelling) and hunter, and the writing i thought was better, but only slightly.


This is just my opinion so don't take it personally.(Like so many people do and you all know who you are)

I don't think "The Incredibles" required really comedic people to play the voices because this wasn't made to be a mainly comic movie. This movie has a little bit of everything, so I think Holly Hunter and Craig T. Nelson did a very good job and on the hand are also really comedic voice actors.(I really like Holly's voice, it's unique).

"Monsters Inc." on the other hand was mainly a comic movie, and that's why it had to be more funny and have more funny lines.

So I don't think you can really base which movie you like on the how much comedy/aspect of comedy each one had in it. They are two different types of movies.


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Originally posted by miahera
did you know the voiceover was Cliff from Cheers? he's basically in every Disney/Pixar movie. he might make a cheesy side bad guy.


They say it had been a tradition to have him in every Pixar movie so far, and since they all have been successful they didn't want to break th tradition.


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who me?


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I just think Pixar's attitude is spot on.

They have all the best ideas, and know how to go about it. They are geniuses and long may they continue.

I absolutely adore the whole Incredibles vibe. The way they are caracatured, but also SOLID characters. The CGI is absolutely astounding. They look real, as though you can reach into the screen and touch them. It's amazing because even though they are cartoony designs (again, a sign of Pixar's genius and knowing what it does best) they look so real, if you get my drift.

The story, the wonderful characters. Anyone that doesn't like this film is an idiot.

The Iron Giant, by the way, was also fantastic. I had no idea Bird did that film too. I remember watching it thinking it would be another lame crappy Disney movie, but it was fantastic. It was an unoffical Pixar movie, in a sense.

Dreamworks are OK, I used to adore Shrek, but looking back on it it's just a stream of catchphrases and set pieces and in your face parodies. With Pixar, they draw their own inspiration and make magic out of it. I got kinda sick of the licensed music in Shrek and began to think it was highly unoriginal. The synthesis of technology and good old fashioned storytelling for the modern age is staggerring with Pixar.

The Incredibles was like Star Wars all over again. Scene after scene of eye candy and tight characterisation that drew me in. Not many films are comparred to the almighty Star Wars, but Incredibles was just amazing.

Anyone that doesn't like it, or even worse, doesn't like it because it's animated, is a tool.

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The way you feel about the movie and the way I feel about the movie are very similar in comparison.
I hate when I read reviews about how someone doesn't like it and have these ridiculous excuses, in my opinion, on why they don't like this incredible movie.
Have you bought the dvd?


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Originally posted by Red Superfly
I just think Pixar's attitude is spot on.

They have all the best ideas, and know how to go about it. They are geniuses and long may they continue.


Well, maybe you haven't heard that Pixar has broken away from Disney. I have been getting the vibe that they won't be making anymore movies, but maybe they can without disney, i don't know but i hope so.

I am not really feeling their next movie called "Cars". It just doesn't attract me and doesn't seem like my type of movie and compared to "The Incredibles" it seems like a step back.

But you never know, cause I felt the same way about Monsters Inc. and a couple years later I got into it and really liked it and bought the dvd, this also happened with Finding Nemo, I love both of them and own both of them.

It's because of "The Incredibles" that I have become such a big fan of Pixar. If it wasn't for "The Incredibles", I would not nothing about Pixar and wouldn't be such a big fan.

Now I plan to buy all of the Pixar movies and even though I am not really attracted the the next movie "Cars", I still plan to go to the theaters to see it and I also plan to buy it. I am sure Pixar will suprise me again and make another movie that I will love and watch over and over again. They surprise me with "Monsters Inc.", lets see what they can do this time.


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