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Elastigirl springs into action to save the day, while Mr. Incredible faces his greatest challenge yet – taking care of the problems of his three children.
|Studio :||Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios,|
|Crew :||Production Design, Set Designer,|
|Cast :||Craig T. Nelson Holly Hunter Sarah Vowell Huck Milner Eli Fucile|
|Genre :||Adventure Animation Action Family|
very weak, unfortunately
Terrible acting, screenplay and direction.
This movie was so-so. It had it's moments, but wasn't the greatest.
It is an exhilarating, distressing, funny and profound film, with one of the more memorable film scores in years,
Having young sons, it's safe to say that Pixar's Incredibles was a staple movie that delivered many of the cartoon giant's trademarks; compelling storyline, social messages and a very balanced sense of humour that strikes a chord across all levels. This set the bar reasonably high for the arrival of the very long awaited sequel. Before it hit the screens, I wanted to love it. The trailers were reassuringly witty and there was hope that the cliffhanger from the first film would bring much more of the same. So what happened? Well it's with disappointment that I gave too say Pixar probably misfired on this very rare occasion. The plot was reasonably weak, literally dragged over the finish line. The "twist" was transparent and yet it took almost the while film to unravel. It feels like Pixar's script writers were absent when the comedy elements were forged and so most of the jokes were already broadcast in the trailers. The whole plot failed to muster anything more than mediocre pace as it meandered to a conclusion, leaving an empty feeling where the laughter and love of the latest Pixar production were meant to be. Small moments of mercy from Baby Jack-Jack offered just a glimpse of how the film should have felt, but this brand is far greater than a single character and so for the first time in the history of Pixar, I felt like I needed to jump out abs help push the movie to the final credits to put it out of its misery.
Like many millions of others, I was hugely looking forward to this long overdue sequel. I could not have been more disappointed.Over-long, dragging, boring with a weak plot and, most surprisingly, very few laughs. What were they doing? What were they thinking? This is a terrible waste of a fantastic opportunity by both the producers and the directors. They should hang their heads in shame.
An action-packed, wonderfully witted & impeccably animated action adventure that was 14 years in the making, Incredibles 2 retains all the stuff that made the original an instant classic right away, and is another marvellous entry in Pixar's canon that's fresh, funny & fascinating in more ways than one.The story follows the Parr family whose latest escapade results in heavy collateral damage, forcing the government to shut down the program that supported them. In comes a tycoon with a plan to bring Supers back into the sunlight but when Elastigirl is chosen to lead the cause, Mr. Incredible decides to look after the kids.Written & directed by Brad Bird (The Iron Giant, Ratatouille & Ghost Protocol), what made the first film so intriguing, interesting & invigorating wasn't the superhero stuff but the family dynamic, and Bird brings this core understanding to this sequel. The plot is as amusing as it is riveting yet something is missing, for the film feels inferior to its predecessor.By reversing the roles of Bob & Helen Parr, Bird gives them more dynamics to explore but this arrangement also allows him to come up with some genuinely hilarious moments. The animation is way more refined & sharply detailed. And further enriching the experience are its excellent camerawork, brisk pacing, solid editing & another splendid score from Michael Giacchino.As for the vocal performances, Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell, Samuel L. Jackson & Brad Bird reprise their respective roles and play their part with finesse. Once again, it's the interplay between them that's the heart & soul of this story. The new additions include Bob Odenkirk & Katherine Keener as siblings who attempt to bring back superheroes by revamping public's perception of them.On an overall scale, Incredibles 2 falls little short on yet is way more balanced than your average superhero flick. An endlessly enthralling ride that promises a fun time filled with plenty of thrills & laughs and effortlessly delivers it, Incredibles 2 may not attain the height as its predecessor due to its derivative third act & predictable twist but it's a minor shortcoming in an extravaganza that, for the most part, lives up to its name. Almost worth the 14 years wait.
It was fun, it has some really cute and funny moments, however, I couldn't get the horrible voices of Elastic girl and Violet out.of my head...the actresses chosen to play the characters are so unsuitable for the girls... Elastic girl sounds like a 55-60 year old woman and Violet sounds like a 35 year old. Also, she is supposed to be a teenager, but she has 30's years old undereye bags..what's the deal with that?