Another animated family-fun production from Pixar and Walt Disney studios. Metroville was once the home of many superheroes – incluiding Mr Incredible and Elastigirl who, under their own secret identities, have now married and started a family. In the superheroes' heyday, Mr Incredible had a most annoyingly persistant fan in one Buddy Pine...who even went so far as to emulate his hero by wearing a small costume similar to that worn by Mr Incredible, and tried to ingratiate himself as “Incrediboy!” I don't know who finds him more of a pain: Mr Incredible himself or we, the viewing audience!
Now, after the many lawsuits for all the damage they've caused, the superheroes have been banned by governmental decree – and have either gone into retirement or left for elsewhere. This leaves the territory wide open for a supercriminals to move in and take over – which happens, and we are introduced to “Syndrome.”
Mr Incredible is recalled to duty by the mysterious “Mirage” for one last great action showdown...and this time around, the whole family gets involved – including the children, who are starting to display superpowers of their own!
The animation is superb...but unless you're already accustomed to the “Hercules” style of artwork, the characters' facial close-ups could take a bit of getting used to.
Metroville was once flooded with superheroes saving the day. One of
the greatest was Mr. Incredible, who found himself annoyed by the
young chatterbox fanatic of his, Buddy Pine, who referred to
himself as 'Incrediboy.' As Mr. Incredible fought crime, he met
another legendary hero, Elastigirl and the two superheroes wed.
shortly afterward, a string of lawsuits banned superheroes from
ever saving the day again! 15 years later, Mr. Incredible, now
known as Bob Parr is itching to become a superhero again. Mrs.
Incredible, or Helen Parr, is trying to persuade him not to. Their
son, Dash, who has the ability to run extremely quickly, wants to
try out for sports, but he can't because of his powers being
revealed. Violet, the Parr's daughter, wants to be normal and fit
in as a teen. And the baby, Jack-Jack is only itching for a good
time. Then, Bob hears about a top secret assignment regarding a
powerful machine attacking Nomanisan Island. Thinking this is his
way to become a superhero again, Bob accepts and yet again becomes
Mr. Incredible...however, this anonymous villain has a grudge...
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