The Incredibles

2004 "No gut, no glory"
8| 1h55m| PG| en| More Info
Released: 27 October 2004 Released
Producted By: Walt Disney Pictures
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Bob Parr has given up his superhero days to log in time as an insurance adjuster and raise his three children with his formerly heroic wife in suburbia. But when he receives a mysterious assignment, it's time to get back into costume.

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Grimerlana Plenty to Like, Plenty to Dislike
AutCuddly Great movie! If you want to be entertained and have a few good laughs, see this movie. The music is also very good,
Kaelan Mccaffrey Like the great film, it's made with a great deal of visible affection both in front of and behind the camera.
Juana what a terribly boring film. I'm sorry but this is absolutely not deserving of best picture and will be forgotten quickly. Entertaining and engaging cinema? No. Nothing performances with flat faces and mistaking silence for subtlety.
sanveer-48500 Maybe 10/10 is a bit exaggerated. However, I watched this movie in 2018 - 14 years after its release. Still, I think this is the best superhero movie I have watched in a long long time. Now just imagine how incredible this must have been 14 years ago. In short, The Incredibles (2004) is an excellent promo for the 2018 movie. :)
Pjtaylor-96-138044 'The Incredibles (2004)' is a masterclass in character, always putting its central family in front of its superb superhero action. That action is often somewhat counterintuitively but cleverly conveyed using the tropes and language of the spy genre, giving the movie a decidedly 60s flavour in the process. The piece is a much more mature affair than you might expect, being a family film in every sense of the word - a movie suitable for kids as opposed to one made for them. It is nuanced, affecting and will actually pay off more for the older members of its audience. It plays like a live-action picture with the world's most convincing special effects, since they're rendered exactly like the rest of the flick, and some of the most convincing characters, too. What makes the film so fantastic is that it's genuinely entertaining all the way through. It's properly funny, intriguing, suspenseful, emotionally impactful and exciting, too. What's so impressive is that it easily rises to the top of its genre, standing amongst the best of its peers (and even, in itself, commenting on them), despite being released when that very same genre was still in its infancy. It stands tall as apparent 'kid' fare that's far more mature than most 'adult' - or, at least, 'teen' - stuff being produced even today (over ten years after its release). It's effortlessly enjoyable and wonderfully conceived. Really, it's just incredible. 8/10
velianne-87204 Two formerly highly idolized superheroes, Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl, are now forced to stay undercover along with their three children and live a life as normal as can be to not raise suspicion towards them. However, the task is not that easy for Mr. Incredible and the wish to regain his previous fame is high. Hiding it from his family, he starts to accept new missions from an unknown source. The Incredibles was one of the very first movies I went to see in the cinema and that I remember well. Though I was only six years old, I still enjoyed it very much. But the most striking aspect for me is that rewatching it fourteen years later still sparks in me the same joy and interest I had the first time, and I think that is one of the movie's main strength. Indeed, it has "aged" very well and remains up to date, funny and endearing regardless of time passing. The plot is simple and resembles that of a Marvel comic, but it differentiates itself through its characters and its animation. Indeed, first, the characters are very relatable (parents can relate to the "mid-life" crisis of Mr. Incredible, children can relate to Violet's insecurities or Dash's hyperactivity) and endearing, and they all have very clear personalities which makes the viewer want to care for them. Second, the animation for a 2004 is amazing and it is easy to actually forget that it is an animated movie thanks to the smoothness of the images. Overall, The Incredibles is therefore a very enjoyable animated movie, be it for children, teens, or adults, and you will definitely smile a lot when it ends. I am very excited to see how the second one will turn out.
Gresh854 In preparation for the upcoming release of Incredibles 2, I decided to rewatch my all-time favorite movie as a child, The Incredibles. Not only has the film kept its brisk steam due to its dashing pace, but it also still stands as one of the finest superhero movies ever created! It truly is Pixar at their best. (Verdict: A+)