In this lauded Pixar animated film, married superheroes Mr. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson) and Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) are forced to assume mundane lives as Bob and Helen Parr after all super-powered activities have been banned by the government. While Mr. Incredible loves his wife and kids, he longs to return to a life of adventure, and he gets a chance when summoned to an island to battle an out-of-control robot. Soon, Mr. Incredible is in trouble, and it's up to his family to save him.
Writer: Brad Bird
Director: Brad Bird
Producer: John Lasseter, John Walker, Kori Rae
Cast: John Ratzenberger, Holly Hunter, Wallace Shawn, Craig Nelson, Jason Lee, Samuel Jackson, Elizabeth PeÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â±a, Brad Bird, Sarah Vowell, Spencer Fox, Dominique Louis
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Awesome! This movie has a great "family matters" message and it also provides a fun story with some great humor. It makes the little kids want to be dash or violet for Halloween and makes adults feel ok about letting their children watch it. I'd recommend it for elementary school age and above.August 2nd, 2012 · Details
Parents need to know that The Incredibles is an animated Pixar film that is considered one of their all-time best for portraying mature themes about families in a way that both kids and adults can enjoy. Because of the movie's focus on a superhero family, there's much more violence than is usually featured in comparable PG-rated movies. The family adventure includes all sorts of weapons, explosions, deaths, wide-spread destruction and more. A few characters are shown with drinks in hand, and one character even smokes a long-stemmed cigarette. Despite the intensity of the Bond-level violence, there are plenty of positive themes about family, courage, and identity to make this a must-see for families.Click here to read the full reviewFebruary 6th, 2017 · Details
My favorite Pixar movie hands down. Great story. Great animation. Great characters. Totally watchable with the kids.August 7th, 2012 · Details