Disneycember! The Incredibles

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  • JBrodah  - first yes nice vid
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  • Pigquet
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    Hehe, like the little build up to the Cars review. I completely understand, it is pretty weak.

    I like "The Incredibles" much more now than I did as a kid when it first came out. I think as a kid I kinda saw it as sort of a "boys' movie." I know, I know, that's REALLY sexist, but I'll be the first to admit I was REALLY sexist as a kid and teenager. I'm not anymore, so I'm able to view it objectively. And...I think its really fun.

    I LOVE Dash. He's HILARIOUS and adorable! What a great combination in a kid character! And I love Mr. and Mrs. Parr's marriage and relationship. At times he's really unlikeable, and his obsession with the old days will really start to piss you off, but you know in the end he does love his wife and family and never intended for his fun on the side to harm them in any way. Its a great story. I love that they branched out and did a human family movie for once, too, without screwing it up as they so easily could have. ^_^
  • themanwhokilledhomes
    where can i find the song for the splendor of creation that was in? to boldly flee?
  • Steve the Pocket
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    Say that again.

    Say. That. Again.

    I dare you. I double dare you, motherfucker, say that one more goddamn time.
  • eworm
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    But your name is Steve... Wasn't it the other way around?

    Anyway, the movie is... well... incredible. I've always have a soft spot for the family theme in general, for some reason the strongest drama between lovers doesn't move me as much as a little bit of drama between, say, a parent and their kid. I have no problems with the slower scenes, I think the main character is portrayed in a way you just have to sympathize with him and it makes you want to see what goes on in his life, even if it's something as "dull" as a mid-life crisis. I enjoy The Incredibles with every viewing, though yes, the next movie is just a piece of... a horrible movie. Really, really horrible movie.
  • cvrpapc
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    AGAIN!

    But DAMN Doug was fucken crazy in this --- wtf the fuck is he smoking? I watched that and it freaked me out! Can you imagine anyone doing that more than once...like ever? If that was pre-written down...wow. The level of yelling and pointing gave me a burning feeling. A bad one. Like a rash.

    Doug gave me a rash.
  • lilbird
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    Doesn't sound that sexist. Of course it'd be obvious that a superhero movie would be a boys' movie (despite it centering around a superhero family). Heck, a majority of Pixar's films are movies for boys. There's a reason why Brave had their first female lead--they don't know how to write female characters because the writers are guys.

    Besides, America likes cartoons made for boys because the audience is bigger/more profitable. I never minded watching boys' cartoons. Probably helped I only have brothers, so I've grown up around boys.
  • LydiaTarine
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    I was a huge Batman: The Animated Series and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fan growing up (of course, when I was reeeeeeaaaaaally little I also adored My Little Pony, Strawberry Shortcake, and Rainbow Brite), so I completely understand this. What I don't understand is why the same kind of story but with a female lead generally doesn't do as well here. That...honestly bothers me about American society.
  • trlkly
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    Since it is mostly guys who like these stories, adding in an aspect that makes it a little harder for said guys to identify with the character doesn't help.
  • fanime1
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    Oh God does that bother me too. I hope to change that when I get into the film industry. I found in my script writing class I tend to write better girl characters than boys, so I can kind of understand how hard a guy has it when he has to write a girl. XD Still, Miyazaki is a male and he writes amazing girl characters and his films do well all over. That always gives me hope. And don't forget the new My Little Pony. I remember when I was younger trying to get guys to see the Powerpuff Girls, but they preferred Dexter since he's a guy. My Little Pony is the first female show I've seen with such a huge male audience. So yes, there is hope. It's slow, still, but we are getting there.
  • Spacepegasus
    I wouldn't say that, about half the cast is female and they all get some dimension, the movie is about as much about action as it is about character and the women get a lot of space in both these things... Boys might not notice how much women are in this movie because they're written in so well.
    It was actually because of the writing on The Incredibles that I had hope for Brave, but then they fired their first female director off of it because of "creative differences" and extremely lazy writing happened ):
  • Firedrake368
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    I dunno, I think they wrote pretty good female characters (Jessie, Dorie, Mrs. Incredible, Violet) They just weren't the main characters.
  • Nekolady
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    It's not 'for boys' though, a story like this can easily be enjoyed by people of any gender. The problem is that there's this mindset of "boy main character= for everyone, girl main character= for girls." Because women can connect with a male lead, but somehow asking men to connect with a female lead is just ridic.
  • HanSK
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    I never understood why it should be a problem to write female characters
    You just write them the same way as you would a male character
    They ARE characters first
    the gender should really be just an afterthought
  • Semudara
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    Agreed. Gender itself actually doesn't make much of a difference, same as race. People are people.
  • Blakout
    There's no such thing as a "boys' movie" or a "Girls' movie". While studios can make things for a target audience, a film can be enjoyed by anyone that finds something to like in it. I've met plenty of girls who aren't into romantic comedies, and guys who aren't into action movies. Film is something that can't be pigeon-holed.
  • skeletonking1234
    I liked the film when I was younger but the older I got I just saw more flaws to it and I personally find it very boring now and there isn't much too it that is really spectacular to me and I find the dialogue somewhat awkward.
  • Volare3  - It's Just INCREDIBLE
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    It's a solid movie and I love it for what it is. Yeah, it focuses a bit too much on Mr. Incredible but when the rest of the family shows up it's worth the wait.

    Also Sam Jackson as Frozone? My favorite.
  • JetstreamGW
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    "Honey! Where is my super suit?!"

    "WHY do you need it?"

    "The public is in danger!"

    "My evening is in danger!"

    "You tell me where my suit is, woman! We are talking about the greater good!"

    "I am your WIFE. I am the greatest GOOD you are ever gonna get!"
  • ladydiskette
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    LMAO! That part always cracks me up.

    I loved the backstory of how the superhero father and mother met, and it was kinda interesting that the powers drew on their roles and personalities as family members.
  • Shlecky
    It's a shame that he didn't mention the cape thing - he loves'em but the film, well...
  • August M.  - Will defend Cars till death.
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    Don't care what anyone tells me, I love the Cars movies. Suck it.
  • CJ-1
    I love the Cars movies, too!
  • themanwhokilledhomes
    where can i find the song for the splendor of creation that was in? to boldly flee?
  • UchaNekome
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    SRIOUSLY STOP PUTTING THE SAME COMMENT OVER AND OVER! Geeze don't you have a life? Are you just gonna spam every one of Doug Walkers vids whith the same comment? IF your not getting an answer look it up elsewhere and stop spaming!
  • themanwhokilledhomes
    you are the only one i know that likes the cars movies
    which is odd Doug said everyone loves Cars

    witch in disagree i think most people don't like the movies look at the reviews on RT

    so i think you are in the minority is that a bad thing? nope!!
  • BB Shockwave
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    Cars is OK. It's actually a good watch. Basically Doc Hollywood with talking cars. It also helped me a lot that I never knew that Mater's VA was a huge celebrity douchebag, so I only saw him as the guy portrayed in the movie - a good-hearted but not too bright yokel.

    It's Cars2 what I hate with a passion, and oddly, it's a movie very much like the Incredibles - a Bond-movie Pixar style. And much like Incredibles, it doesn't work -while Incredibles tried the gritty and grim way, Cars2 tried the parody/funny way, and neither worked. James Bond is something you cannot do in a movie for kids, unless you remove most of the dubious parts of a secret agent's work, such as the license to kill...
  • Fangheart
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    I really like the Cars movies too, or at least I did until liking them became borderline illegal.

    I'm debating if I'm even going to bother watching the next Disneycember review.
  • BigMac90
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    I love them too! You're not alone.
  • Furrama
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    I think you're more prone to like it if you're from a rural area in 'merica,(like me). It's... a nerdy movie in the same sense as Wreck it Ralph, only with cars: The story is "passable" with fun characters and lots of in jokes. If you don't get the in jokes or have any nostalgia attached to the objects being highlighted, you aren't going to like it so much because there is nothing else really holding it together. It's okay to like it if you "get it", but you shouldn't praise something for only that reason. ( " It's funny because I've heard of it!")

    Also, kids love cars. Lots of people like to collect car memorabilia. Go to a store that sells toys, they're STILL selling Cars figures, and they have for years. Cars was all about merchandising in the end, and has probably made more money for Pixar in that regard than any other movie. By faaaaaaaaaar.
  • fanime1
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    Meanwhile, one of the best movies, Up, got barely any merchandising. So yeah, I totally understand what you're saying.
  • BigMac90
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    I'm from Canada.
    And, though I love the movie, I do admit it's flawed.
    I'll get into why I like it when Doug posts his review.
  • Pith Helmet
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    I do not think it is necessarily a bad movie. But it is blatantly the bottom out of all of Pixar's creations. It adheres little to their standards.
  • BB Shockwave
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    Indeed. Feels like as if it was made by a very different company - not even Disney. The morals are just...all over the other side of the compass.
  • PZilla
    Love The Incredibles. If there is any Pixar film that warrants a sequel, hot damn. It is this one.

    Great characters (I actually thought Elastigirl/Mrs. Parr stole the show), great drama, great emotion, great writing, and great action. This is really one of the best movies I have seen that shows off the powers of its superheroes. Only The Avengers and maybe a couple of the X-Men movies really come close to it.
  • TheAntWarrior
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    I really enjoy this film, flaws and all. It was one of my favourites growing up, and I came back to it very recently when I got assigned the costume of Mrs Incredible for a Halloween party where you had to find the person in the matching costume. I enjoy it as much now as I did when it first came out.
  • Desotowright
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    Another fabulous review. The Incredibles is actually another one of my favorites, I keep praying and fasting so that we'll get a sequel though. Also I can't wait for you to beat up on Cars, Michael Keaton and Paul Newman were the only major highlights of that film.
  • themanwhokilledhomes
    where can i find the song for the splendor of creation that was in? to boldly flee?
  • Carteeg_Struve
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    Crammed up your ass. Dig deep. You'll find it.



    Can we get an ignore feature on these boards?
  • UchaNekome
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    I know how you feel. I HATE spamers...
  • knightsintodreams
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    the incredibles was always one of my top favorite pixars.
    loving comic books makes all their little gags HILARIOUS to me
    (monologuing! no capes!)
    i loved everything about it. although everyone kept telling me i was just like Violet, and that i'm "capable of more than i know" O_O'''
    awkward.....
  • CJ-1
    I would've loved for him to mention that this was Pixar's first PG-rated film, though it sorta looks obvious that this film would be rated PG.
    --
    I hope he doesn't give TOO much negativity for the Cars movies. I love them! I think they're clever and funny with what they do in their world! Besides, we NEED more silly ideas in this world to entertain us, because all we get is a bunch of high school drama/comedy nowadays, even in animated films!
  • themanwhokilledhomes  - HELP!!
    where can i find the song for the splendor of creation that was in? to boldly flee?
  • Archedgar
    Good review.

    But to be honest, I thought the Incredibles was a bad film.

    The only part I truly enjoyed were the scenes with Edna Mode.
  • themanwhokilledhomes
    where can i find the song for the splendor of creation that was in? to boldly flee?
  • Furrama
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    I... I like the movies that aren't so focused on humans? You get to explore more about humanity without social stigmas attached to them.

    I didn't like this one as much as a kid. I think it was dealing with stuff way over my head at the time, and super heroes turn me off. Sorry Lewis. I like it more now that I'm older.
  • SRanger1071  - "ooohh, yeah" - The Words of Failure
    While I guess Incredibles isn't the masterpiece I think it is, it does address some often overlooked aspects of superheros. Like, what DO people do about all that collateral damage? Is there a "Superman fought a crazy robot" emergency fund in Metropolis that's used to cover all the damages? What happens to superheroes that retire rather than die in action? What about the fandom in the world of superheroes? I really like the voice acting for Syndrome. Jason Lee was kind of bland and monotonous in Alvin and the Chipmunks (his voice was always at that half-yell), but there is no sense of an "actor" here; it's Syndrome. But, judging from the kids' powers and what we know now, I think the "supers" in this world are like the mutants in X Men; no one knows who will have abilities at birth, but as time goes on they start to manifest and each person's abilities are slightly different.
  • themanwhokilledhomes
    where can i find the song for the splendor of creation that was in? to boldly flee?
  • themanwhokilledhomes
    where can i find the song for the splendor of creation that was in? to boldly flee?
  • Atticus89
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    You can find it on Google.
  • SuccubusYuri
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    Sounds like Doug really liked the joke with the name "Par" =P

    To quote another internet personality (about a different work, mind you), "It's forgettable, except for the parts that are incredible". Okay maybe I couldn't resist the pun.

    I feel that I'm mostly agreeing with your points, Doug, and they're all completely valid and true, but I think I like the film more than you do. Probably because I came at the film from the opposite direction. I didn't expect much from it. I didn't really enjoy the previous four Pixar films, finding TS2 to be the best average entertainment among them (since then, I have somewhat warmed up to Nemo, and my opinion of TS2 has grown some), so I wasn't exactly stoked for this one. In fact I didn't see it until it finally made its way to TV, that's how much I didn't care. But the super hero jokes, the Bond jokes (I really saw Syndrome's empire as more a Bond villain than as Lex Luthor), and Samuel L. Jackson spot on stuff made me appreciate it.
  • lilbird
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    I had a ton of fun in the theater when I saw this movie, but it's not a favorite of mine. I like the film, but it's not entirely for me, even though it's a focus on family, which I've been getting more into in recent years in what I like to see in movies. I'm also not a superhero fan, though I do enjoy learning about them.

    I also felt Pixar took a big risk with this film in a way. I'm not sure what it is exactly, if it's the action-packed sequences, or the interaction between Bob and Helen, which they weren't even trying to hide that they're very touchy with each other when they get in the mood. Talk about getting crap past the radar, even though they're a married couple XD. (Though that went over my head when I was twelve. I only caught on to it when I was much older.)

    Heh heh, Cars. *rubs hands gleefully* Gonna enjoy hearing what you gotta say about it.
  • Fangheart
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    Doug's main problem with this movie (the rest of the family doesn't get enough focus) is PRECISELY why this movie needs a god damn sequel! The Incredibles is the only Pixar film that NEEDS a sequel in my opinion.
  • TheTannedOtaku
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    The Incredibles is one of those films I didn't appreciate until I was older...
    I enjoyed it when I was younger, but didn't get the layers until I was older and the layers of it are what really give the film it's merit, like you said.

    Also the lack (...?) of development from the rest of the family never bothered me much because by the end of the movie the rest of the family has same amount of layers and development as Mr. Incredible

    The animation blew me away too, I met storyboard artist from Dreamworks that said this was his favorite film, ironic isn't it?

    Speaking of irony, I wonder how is it that the one Pixar movie that set itself up for a sequel has yet to get a sequel?
  • themanwhokilledhomes
    where can i find the song for the splendor of creation that was in? to boldly flee?
  • themanwhokilledhomes
    where can i find the song for the splendor of creation that was in? to boldly flee?
  • ReckoningReviewer
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    Great job once again. I must say you do well with these Disneycember reviews with the time that you have. Plus, I can't wait to see the Cars review, since it is on the top 10 movies you hate but a lot of other people like.
  • Rexaura888
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    I liked some of the ideas brought up in this movie. Not just family ideals, but also the idea of the normal man and the super man. As brought up by Nietzche, the idea of the super man or Ubermensch as he called it was something that people should strive for. Though this thought was perverted thanks to the Nazis and their ideals, it still holds in DC comics, especially Superman, who was inspired by the idea of the Ubermensch (although Lewis may tell you otherwise about today's comics), and by the end of the movie, they do. Even Buddy looks up to and aspires to be like Mr. Incredible, even though it led him to become a villain. However, the other side of this story that I like is about how the normal man feels inferior and fearful of the super man due to their terrifying strength, trying to bring them down to their standards (much like CADMUS in the JLU series). It kind of brings up the human condition and how man needs to feel like he's at the top of the food chain, social hierarchies, etc. It also demonstrates their fear of the unknown, that something may be above them in the big scheme of things. In the case of this movie, it's the superheros. That whole overarching idea of the man compared the super man I think made this movie for me.

    One of my favorite characters in the movie is actually Syndrome. He's not only one of the few villains without superpowers in a world where the heroes do have superpowers, but he, in this world where the normal man fears the super man, not only matches some of the super man's standards, he even exceeds some of them. Him. A normal man, much like you and me (I'd say Batman, but he and the Bat family have survived a lot of things that no normal man could survive). Granted, yes, he's the villain, and in a Disney movie, he must eventually go down, but seeing an average Joe of sorts looks and is threatening where everyone thinks that the superhumans are threatening? He's got my respect and admiration (to some degree. Nowhere near as much as other heroes and villains).

    I'll agree with Doug in that there was a lot of emphasis on Mr. Incredible, but I'm going to argue that it was necessary since he was the only one going through such a crisis. Fro-Zone wasn't, and Elastigirl certainly wasn't either. At the same time though, because it was focusing on Mr. Incredible and his desire to use his powers...
  • Rexaura888
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    ...in a world that won't let him, it makes a great counter to the rest of the Parr family (also love the reference to how they were reduced to a normal family by given the name of Parr --> Par a.k.a. average), who debate over whether or not they should use their powers. When it comes to the final third of the movie is the resolution to that debate. They realize that their powers are nothing to be ashamed of and that, whether the world wants them to or not, they should use their talents (for good of course). At the same time, Mr. Incredible realizes that life isn't all about using powers and fighting crime, and that sometimes you have to come back down to earth with everyone else you care about. So yes, while there was a lot of Mr. Incredible and not so much of the family in the first two thirds, the Parr family's lack of screentime is a necessary loss in my book that pays in spades by the final third of the movie.

    If not for Toy Story (both the original and the sequels), this would probably be my favorite Pixar movie bar none. The only thing that holds it back for me is the narrative. Like Doug pointed out, it is a bit jumpy, but even then it doesn't detract from the greatness of the movie too much. The ideas poured into this movie and the overall execution and flow of the story certainly outweigh the flaw(s) of it.

    About Cars...well, let's put it this way: the next time we see a movie where the main focus is on humans would be Brave (can't say WALL-E or Ratatouille since the focus is shared by humans and rats/robots), and I'm not going to lie, but that's easily my least favorite Pixar movie, especially since it's essentially "How to Train Your Dragon" + "Brother Bear" with a lot of talk about "Changin' yer fayte" and complaining (i.e. nothing new at all). Yeah, much like how Doug thinks Howl's is the weakest Miyazaki film, I say Brave is the same for Pixar (only beaten by Cars 2. Hoping Monsters U. doesn't follow suit, but I don't know...), especially on their standards. Pixar just seems to be one of those cases where if they stick with their guns, they'll do just fine, though I would love to see another Incredibles or what Brave would have turned out to be like had they stuck with their original idea from the first trailer (that looked really good. Shame we were left with what we have now).
  • GoldStarz
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    "I also like the idea that it's a Superhero family. We haven't seen that before."

    Batman Family. Superman Family. Fantastic Four. X-Men. There are actually a lot of superhero families, it's honestly pretty common.
  • Rexaura888
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    I think Doug is referring to a Nuclear Superhero Family (i.e. the common 4 1/2 man family). None of the Bat family are related by blood except for Damian and Bruce, Superman's family is really just two people (unless you count Superboy, but he's a clone), Fantastic Four is just Johny and Susan (brother and sister) + Susan and Reed (marriage), and while the X-Men may have a lot of families involved, the story doesn't exactly focus on them.
  • themanwhokilledhomes
    where can i find the song for the splendor of creation that was in? to boldly flee?
  • GoldStarz
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    Most of the Batman family are related through adoption, however, and those who aren't are still extremely close to one another and few one another as fraternal, maternal, paternal, or soririternal figures.

    As for the Superman family, there have been several Supergirls, as well as Steel, Natasha Irons, and Traci 13. No to mention Lois Lane. And yes, I do count Superboy, btw.

    Also, by the film's release in 2004, the Fantastic Four's Sue and Reed Richards already had two children (Richard and Valeria) as well as many members who had served on the team in the absence of another (like She-Hulk, Crystal, and Ant-Man).

    Also, while you argue for X-Men's familial involvement, please remember Doug's legitimate criticism, that there is lack of focus upon the actual family until a good chunk into the movie and that they are mostly seen in montages or brief appearances before that point.
  • Malidictus
    I find that the "slow parts" are where the movie shines the most. I've seen super hero movies. Failing that, I've seen anime and CGI movies before, and frankly... The action in the Incredibles is never anywhere close. It's fun, sure, it's well done. But the characters are fat and ugly, the action is limited and the powers really aren't used for anything too interesting. In terms of powers, the Incredibles never feels "big" because there's no drama to the powers.

    It's the IncredibleS - plural - that the movie is about. Yes, the WHOLE movie, not just the last third. Yes, the last third is about the famil's POWERS, but powers don't make the hero. Most of the movie is about how the family works as a family unit. Yes, the narrative focus is on Mr. Incredible because he's the instigator, but the whole family is involved in what he's going through because they are a family. It sounds sappy to say it, but it's true.

    If anything, I feel the Incredibles would have worked better without the laughs, or at least without the overt comic book elements. Yeah, yeah, Edna Mode, whatever. If you'd let this movie be actually dramatic and have real stakes, if you'd let it feel like... You know, maybe it WON'T all be OK in the end, then it would have really hit home. Because maybe THEN, the more mundane, "civilian" part of the movie would have had some weight.

    As it stands now, was anybody ever, at any point, worried that the Parr family would fall apart? I wasn't. It's a Pixar movie. It's funny. It can't be "dramatic" because I don't believe any of the real domestic problems could impact this family. It's all just one big goofy misunderstanding that will eventually be cleared up. And it's all because we know the movie is goofy, funny and light-hearted. It tries to pretend it has stakes, but it has no teeth.

    To me, Toy Story had stakes. Sure, you know Buzz and Woody won't get left behind in the end - it's Disney. But the situation they're in hits home, because it's presented with enough conviction that it sticks. The Incredibles, in much the same way, can be a good movie if you don't dismiss "the slow parts" and try to take them seriously as the pains of a dysfunctional family. That's what makes the whole thing so memorable.
  • Sylphide
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    The Incredibles was a really good movie and very enjoyable, but there were a few aspects about it that I didn't like, and still don't like. Overall, I liked it and thought it was well done.

    Anyways. "This is opening a whole new door for - oh, yeah..." cracked me up. XD Yeeeeaaaaah....Cars isn't very good. I only know one person who likes it. And he's a three year old boy.
  • themanwhokilledhomes
    where can i find the song for the splendor of creation that was in? to boldly flee?
  • imdb88  - Splendor of Creation
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    It's part of Jupiter by Gustav Holst.
  • doggie015
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    It is called "I'm a distraction" and it is available on youtube. Now would you PLEASE STOP SPAMMING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!
  • Electrictapir
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    Nothing on the villain being weak?
  • Semudara
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    What? The villain wasn't weak. Syndrome had a great personality and backstory! His MOTIVE was weak, yes, but I think that's an intentional part of his character.
  • BB Shockwave
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    Except they really misused such an archetype "nerd" comic/hero fan. He just... becomes a guy who wants power. That's all. Even the "everyone can become a superhero" gadgets are meaningless once you realize he basically killed all other superheroes. What's the point of his plan, or his huge organization? He already must be stinking rich to afford such a base and so many people...
  • ZooSesto
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    This is my favourite Pixar movie with the possible exception of Toy Story 2, for all the reasons Doug mentioned, as well as the art deco style (I fucking love that shit), but I think it's worth saying that the focus on Mr Incredible was necessary because it was the whole drive of the story, and everything going on with the other characters tended to revolve around it. In this movie I don't think there was too much more they could have added with the other family members in the first part that wasn't already in there and that wouldn't have unnecessarily removed the attention from the main story and made it drag a little. Still, I'd love to see a sequel that deals more with the family as a collective. It might actually be decent if they can get Brad Birde to do it, which would be a nice change of pace for a Pixar followup.
    Also, I actually liked some of the slower moments because they kept it grounded in the characters, rather than the situation.
    But that's just my view. As always, a good job so far on Disneycember, but if he likes Toy Story 3 better than Toy Story 2 I might just plotz
  • TheBechtloff
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    This is easily my favorite of the Pixar movies, but then I am a huge super hero nerd.
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