Excerpt: The Pixar Studios, which cannot seem to take a wrong step, steps right again with "The Incredibles," a superhero spoof that alternates breakneck action with satire of suburban sitcom life. Here's another example of Pixar's mastery of popular animation. Mr. Incredible, the hero of "The Incredibles," is a superhero in the traditional 1950s mold, dashing about town fighting crime and saving the lives of endangered civilians.
Excerpt: I don't usually like animated movies. Thank goodness Pixar came along while my children were children. The Incredibles, while underwhelming initially, still has me captivated when I think about it, so I have had to up its rating. I love how the real is exaggerated - as in Mom's are supposed to be elastic and flexible - just like the Mom in The Incredibles. All of the characters have this 'supe'r stereotype.
Summary: I feel, maybe wrongly, that this was under-appreciated when it was first released in 2004. But since then, it has really become one of Pixar's 3 or 4 best films. I have liked it ever since I saw it, Thanksgiving 2004. I love the human element injected into superhero movies, Christopher Nolan's Batman films, The Watchmen...etc. I thought the whole concept of the "supers" being banned was genius.
Summary: What great family movie. I really enjoyed this, like all PIXAR movies. It was really fun to have the main characters be a family unit. It made it all the more fun to sit and watch with my wife and kid.
Summary: The Incredibles is one of the most perfect examples of what Pixar does best. It combines a fleshed out story with a heart with beautiful visuals and some fantastic action scenes that rival any live action super hero film. Along the way, the film is consistently funny, taking satirical swipes at the entire hero genre. One of Pixar's best.
Excerpt: A classic movie may not be enjoyed by everyone, but appeals to a number that makes it amazing for repeat viewings. This reviewer has seen this film more than twice and it never fails to entertain. Bob and Helen together with their kids Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack have special powers. Mirage asks Bob to do a mission which eventually he becomes accustomed to. Some wonderful lines: Mr.
Excerpt: When superheroes are outlawed by a government sick of lawsuits and compensation claims, Mr. Incredible finds himself stuck in an dreary insurance job pining for the good old days. Expecting The Incredibles to be a witty, satirical parody of the superhero genre I was slightly disappointed to find it a more an affectionate homage than anything else. The best sequences are definitely the ones showing Mr.