Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures | Release Date: June 15, 2018
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Megajohn01Jun 15, 2018
Simply...Incredible!!! The wait was well worth it. I just hope I don’t have to wait another 14 years now for number 3
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DodgerNov 9, 2018
Admittedly this film was never going to match the 14 years of hype build up around it. But having said that it never really felt like it came close.

It is unfortunately and almost directly recycled plot from the first movie but in a slightly
Admittedly this film was never going to match the 14 years of hype build up around it. But having said that it never really felt like it came close.

It is unfortunately and almost directly recycled plot from the first movie but in a slightly worse manner. It also had a hugely dissapointing lack of actual powers used in it and a story much to focused on Jack Jack.

By no means a bad movie, but not a scratch on the first. If i didnt already have love for the franchise i would of probably rated this lower.

A fine family film for a rainy day but dont go out of your way to see it.
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papeadojhonJun 26, 2018
Incredibles 2 ended up being pretty much what I feared it was going to be, more of a cartoon. However, although it never comes close to the original, it still is very entertaining and tons of fun.
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johnlemon04Jun 29, 2018
Good movie, i enjoyed it, but, the first one is much much better. The story (in the 1st one), the ambient, the plots, were just very interesting and realistic in a deep way.you really cared about the characters and villians on the firstGood movie, i enjoyed it, but, the first one is much much better. The story (in the 1st one), the ambient, the plots, were just very interesting and realistic in a deep way.you really cared about the characters and villians on the first movie. Here, it just feels like a safe, easy going sequel. lacks of action, the antagonist is weak and predictable as hell. It has funny spots and moments, i like the redesing of the characters, the new ones look okayish, but, my problem goes with the plot, so bland, so safe, nothing really interesting to see after the first one. Pixar is going downfall since the last years, yes, deal with it, Pixar movies are not reaching their standars like before. Fun movie, entertaining, but, its bland and safe. I expected a better plot, ambient and structure here. 6.9/10 Expand
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bennyslenJul 3, 2018
Every Super Hero movie demands a good villain. Unfortunately, The Incredibles 2 fails in creating a good one. The script is fine, i would say good for an animated movie, but overall predictable. Technically the movie shines, not even oneEvery Super Hero movie demands a good villain. Unfortunately, The Incredibles 2 fails in creating a good one. The script is fine, i would say good for an animated movie, but overall predictable. Technically the movie shines, not even one complain, visually and audibly. Characters, Flash couldn't be more useless, Mr. Incredible is more annoying than ever, Violet is also pretty annoying (reasonably), and Elastigirl is by far the best character in the movie (after Jack Jack). Also Frozone is still super cool.

So, overall, the movie is good, but tremendously hurt by its script and villain.
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MallRat15Jun 28, 2018
Not as good as the original Incredibles but still a great Pixar movie. The animation just keeps getting better and better and it really shows in this one as the animation in this film are amazing. great watch or adults and kids alike. Wasn'tNot as good as the original Incredibles but still a great Pixar movie. The animation just keeps getting better and better and it really shows in this one as the animation in this film are amazing. great watch or adults and kids alike. Wasn't a perfect movie by any means as movie was pretty predictable at times but still a very enjoyable watch. Just hope we don't have to wait over a decade again if they decide to make a sequel. Expand
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ChickenSquash02Jun 20, 2018
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. So to start off, this movie could easily be a 6/10 simply because of how lazy Mr. Incredible's parts were. It's easiest to review this film by taking apart the two plots. Mr. I at home and Mrs. I at work, as well as what happens before and after. First, the movies begging. Pretty good, actually. The beggining fight scene with the villian known as the underminer, was pretty solid. Second, we get into the part where the incredibles get in trouble for being heroes when heroes are illegal. They get in trouble blah blah blah. Later Mr. and Mrs. Incredible are apprached by Frozone and he tells them there is a guy who wants to make heros legal. Ten minutes later we learn about this guy and his sister and Mrs. I is choosen to go into hero work and let Mr. I stay home with the kids. This is where we see Mrs. and Mr.'s incredbibles realationship show. They have an imperfect bond and I like how their relationship with each other was written. Sadly though, this relationship is underultilized. Now, into the two main plots. We'll start with Mr. I and his plot while he watched the kids at home. This plot was unfortunatly very lazily written and the worst part of the entire movie. Everything her has been used before. Its just the same dad has trouble taking care of the kids while mom is away with the work Superhero slapped on. Violets boy trouble, Dash's boy trouble, and Jack Jack being a problem because he's a baby. The only thing that makes these problems original is the fact that they are caused by superhero powers (save Dash, he's apparently just bad at math). Despite plot problems, I will give this part of the plot this: Its surprisingly funny. Its not always laugh out loud funny, but you'll find yourself smiling or chuckling at times. Edna's scenes were by far the best and most humorous. I mean, Mr. I's part of the plot was really only comic relief and was only really important at the end of the movie. Next, Mrs. I's plot. I loved Mrs. I's plot. It was fun, action packed and honestly, just really enjoyable. There were no humorous themes and the plot got a bit dark at times which I appplaud. On top of that the action scences are really fun the watch and the villian was really interesting, even if at times her interesting villian motivation ended up being a bit unrealistic. Now comes the twist, the villian is the sister of the guy who wants to make supers legal. She believes her father died (he was shot), because he depended on the supers to save him to much, even after they were made illegal. Its a interesting motivation, even if it is a tad unrealistic. She is known as the Screenslaver and the scences where she uses optical illusions to control people are really cool. Now we get to the part where the two plots intersect. Screenslaver takes control of Mrs. I lures Mr. I to Mrs. I and enslaves him two, and well as enslaving a lot of other heros. I dont know what to say about the conclusion. There is nothing wrong with. The kids free Mrs. I who frees Frozone and Mr. I and they stop Screenslaver from crashings a boat into the city. Supers are made legal, blah blah blah. In conclusion while Mr. I's parts were bland and lazy save some humor, Mrs. I's were fun and intewresting. I found myself able to tolerate the movies many weaknesses due to its stranghts. Where you give this a six or a seven depends how much you liked the jokes and Mr. I's parts. Mrs. I's you'll prouboubly find most people enjoying. PS: The music was also good. Expand
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MarvelJoeJun 25, 2018
Brad Bird knows how to make PG movie a PG movie. 14 years for Incredibles 2 and it was worth the wait. I heard there were some feminism in the movie but I didn't see any of that. A mother off to work for her family while the father stay toBrad Bird knows how to make PG movie a PG movie. 14 years for Incredibles 2 and it was worth the wait. I heard there were some feminism in the movie but I didn't see any of that. A mother off to work for her family while the father stay to take care of the children. Something a "super" parents would do and I don't see nothing feminism about it. I'm not sure how I would put it with the first movie but it's right there. Expand
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CharlieCSXJun 26, 2018
My kids really loved it. Didn't feel as sharp to me as the first one in terms of the story - kinda flagged a little bit. But the action scenes were AMAZING. And nice to see ElastiGirl get front and center attention.
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TazOKayJun 27, 2018
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Incredibles 2 has a scope that both reaches to the past and extends forward into the future. What I enjoyed the most was the family element, what makes a family, and also how different family dynamics can play out. I found the Parr family struggling with their new situation very insightful and entertaining. Edna was wonderful and Jack Jack was endearing, though by the end I found it a little ridiculous with how many powers he started to exhibit. The villain, though the reveal and character switch was a little predictable and contrived, I found their motivation very compelling and relevant in today's age and added to the suspense. In summary: It was very satisfying, funny, and compelling and I can't wait for the next one. PS:-- The short at the beginner (Bao) was very touching. Not as good as Chess Game, but then what really is right. Expand
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DavidWasHereJun 17, 2018
I enjoyed this movie overall, HOWEVER it still is incredibly disappointing and kind of discouraging to see how this movie could have been so much better instead of this safe and corporate sequel we got. Like a better sequel would have beenI enjoyed this movie overall, HOWEVER it still is incredibly disappointing and kind of discouraging to see how this movie could have been so much better instead of this safe and corporate sequel we got. Like a better sequel would have been that the film took place years later then right after the last film when the Underminer attacked the city. Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack can be all grown up, taking up identities removed from their family lineage, Bob and Helen could contemplate retiring now that a newer generation of heroes are taking over. It would have built on more of the family dynamic that worked so well in the first film and it would have been appropriate for fans who grew up with the first film. But instead it's basically Mr. Mom but with superheroes...

Okay that's not really fair, there are plenty of things that are good about this film. For one, the family dynamic is still great in this film. As much as I joked before about this movie having the same plot of Mr. Mom, I do like how Bob grows in this film at struggling to raise his kids, which included one touching scene. The action scenes are phenomenal, they make a lot of great use of their powers and setting, especially Elastigirl. I also like how this movie (really both films) feels a lot more like a spy film than a superhero movie, which I mean considering that Brad Bird directed Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, it make sense but still. The animation looks great and it is a ton of fun to see the characters updated with subtle updates to their models. The humor is pretty great too, especially from Jack-Jack which I was not expecting to like that much (although it is more of the characters reacting to Jack-Jack). The music is basically the same from the first film, but I mean the score to the Incredibles is one of the best film scores of the 21st century so who can complain?

Okay so for the bad. A lot like Mr. Mom (which no I will not shut up about), the characters never grow and they just end up right where they were when the film starts. Helen never learns any lesson in the end, Dash and Violet don't get a lot to do, and while Bob does have a meaningful plot about being a good dad, he pretty much just ends up being the same old Mr. Incredible from the last movie! I don't feel like any lessons were learned or any growth given to them. The dialogue can be pretty crap too. The whole legalizing superhero plot is incredibly on the nose and lacking any tension as it's never challenges any of the characters, along with some cringe-worthy lines that just do not sound right when the voice actors are delivering them. But the big issue is the villain. Screenslaver sucks! For one it is so obvious who Screenslaver is, trying to have like a red herring twist to it that is never convincing, and also the motivation they give Screenslaver is just terrible! I mean say what you will about Syndrome, at least he was well rounded, was interesting and had quirks that made him unique, and his motivation made sense to his character!

Overall I get why people will not like this movie, but I still enjoyed it personally. But it really could have been so much better than bordering on average!
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fernandohsJun 16, 2018
Not incredible enough for me!
Lower than the average Pixar movie. Clearly, It does not deliver. Not as good as the first one. Still a good movie, though.
The writers didn´t push any envelope. Action scenes are nicely done but storywise the
Not incredible enough for me!
Lower than the average Pixar movie. Clearly, It does not deliver. Not as good as the first one. Still a good movie, though.
The writers didn´t push any envelope. Action scenes are nicely done but storywise the movie is lacking of the entertainment, freshness, and 'incredibility' from the first one. It slow and patchy at times.
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LivingTribunalJun 17, 2018
This is like Finding Dory to me. It made me think about my memories with The Incredibles, but this film doesn't have anything special. Predictable Storyline, Weak Villain, Slow Plot works badly, but the characters, speedy actions are great.This is like Finding Dory to me. It made me think about my memories with The Incredibles, but this film doesn't have anything special. Predictable Storyline, Weak Villain, Slow Plot works badly, but the characters, speedy actions are great. Pixar may gain a lot of money, but they failed to make a masterpiece. Expand
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pardogatoJun 17, 2018
The most incredible aspect of this film is the praise it received from critics, incredibly biased towards the nostalgia effect more than the merits a film should have to stand by itself.
In essence, Incredibles 2 is an enjoyable Disney
The most incredible aspect of this film is the praise it received from critics, incredibly biased towards the nostalgia effect more than the merits a film should have to stand by itself.
In essence, Incredibles 2 is an enjoyable Disney Channel Movie, with a premise not worth the length of a feature big screen film. The story is clearly a 90 minutes original stretched in production as far as possible to place all kind of viable items-to-become-toys surplus to the story.

Disney is becoming too cynical about their interest on making money over all possible instances (ahem, Finding Dory?) instead of being respectful with the public. It is not a bad film, but a dishonest product just like those x-ray glasses sold in old Marvel Comics: bad for you if you expected the real thing, we got your money anyway.
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bkristmanJun 15, 2018
I loved the first one so i was looking forward to this. It was a mixed bag of good and bad for me. There a lot of nice action set pieces mostly involving Elastiwoman .
The animation was sharp and beautiful and the sound was great.
The film is
I loved the first one so i was looking forward to this. It was a mixed bag of good and bad for me. There a lot of nice action set pieces mostly involving Elastiwoman .
The animation was sharp and beautiful and the sound was great.
The film is heavy with feminist themes .Mr Incredible is the typical dumb man with toxic masculinity and the women in the film are the smart ones .
They do a work reversal with him staying at home and being house dad and her being the hero so we get the guy struggling of course. They are pretty blunt with the hammer sometimes and i could have done without it really but i guess that's what we're in for now for awhile.
The plot was decent and interesting.
The best parts were involving jack-jack and the kids really,especially jack-jack.
Edwina or whatever her name is,the suit designer was excellent as well.
So overall i enjoyed the film but could have used less social justice.
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Compi24Jun 18, 2018
A decidedly inferior, yet enjoyable sequel, featuring Pixar's signature animation and director Brad Bird's unique take on the superhero genre. In terms of anything that's improved, I'd say the fight scenes and set pieces in this one haveA decidedly inferior, yet enjoyable sequel, featuring Pixar's signature animation and director Brad Bird's unique take on the superhero genre. In terms of anything that's improved, I'd say the fight scenes and set pieces in this one have gotten a welcomed amount more intense - something I'd imagine that the improvements in animation has paved the way for. But other than these things, "Incredibles 2" never really wowed me with its thematic content or narrative developments, especially when it came to its villain. But they can't all be Syndrome, I guess. Still, this is a fun, expertly designed film that just reaches the "worthy enough" zone in terms of following in the footsteps of its predecessor. Expand
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AxeTJun 30, 2018
The original was a clever inventive highly amusing sendup of superheroes and spy thrillers at a level only Pixar could do and one of their best in a long run of out of the park home runs. This along with almost everything they've put outThe original was a clever inventive highly amusing sendup of superheroes and spy thrillers at a level only Pixar could do and one of their best in a long run of out of the park home runs. This along with almost everything they've put out since 2011 is lackluster, strained, tired retread and suffers from the same overlong, seen it all before, cliché laden action fare it's supposed to spoof. Sure same high production and artistic standards, but what's fresh here? Maybe the novelty of computer animation has worn off, or more likely it seems for Pixar it used to be: "We have a good idea!" whereas now it's "How can we best do another of these?" and sadly the result is the magic is mostly gone. Expand
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marklaing1Jul 9, 2018
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Definitely NOT one for the smaller children. Two days later my 8-year-old is still having concerns at bedtime. A lot of parents on the boards complain about the foul language but that is the least of my worries (my wife didn't notice it) but when kids see their parents turned into "zombies" and are left alone in the world (a child's biggest fear) then this ceases to be Disney fare and becomes a different sort of movie. Definitely PG-13, I'd say keep 'em away if they're under 12. Lots of violence, lots of parents being blown away (off-screen). Expand
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DubeauJun 19, 2018
Incredible 2 is a good movie. The story was kind of following the Marvel trend in a way. The humour was just ok for me, and there wasn't a sense of novelty anymore. I though the movie was too dark in general and lack the colour quality of theIncredible 2 is a good movie. The story was kind of following the Marvel trend in a way. The humour was just ok for me, and there wasn't a sense of novelty anymore. I though the movie was too dark in general and lack the colour quality of the first movie. The voices were amazing. The pace was good but the movie seemed a bit long at one point. In that sens I am not sure it's for a very young audience. Kids might be scare of some elements in the movie. I give it a 72%. There is no need for a third one I hope. Maybe a spin-off from one of the heroes. Expand
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moviemitch96Jun 15, 2018
Considering the first film is my all-time favorite Pixar film to this day, I had pretty high hopes for this to be just as good, if not, better, and that this 14 year wait would really pay off. The result is a fun return, yet one that came upConsidering the first film is my all-time favorite Pixar film to this day, I had pretty high hopes for this to be just as good, if not, better, and that this 14 year wait would really pay off. The result is a fun return, yet one that came up a bit short of my expectations. Really all it felt like was a role reversal of the first. Instead of Mr. Incredible going out to fight crime/the main antogonist and getting captured, it's the exact same things only with Elastigirl this time. Certain side plots felt a bit rushed as well, particularly the opening moments of the film, and it also copied a scene from the short 'Jack Jack Attack' almost word for word, which was a bit amusing but mostly came off as kinda lazy to me. Nevertheless, the action of course is bigger and more colorful than ever and it's got its fair share of fun and humorous moments as well, especially with Jack Jack, but I also wish there could've been slightly more screen time for Edna Mode as well. Overall, it's definitely a fun sequel that's worth checking out, as it gets the job done in terms of entertainment, but I personally felt that it doesn't hold a candle to the first. Expand
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MovieFighterJun 15, 2018
Whether you like superhero movies or not, "Incredibles 2" is a must-see. Pixar's newest - 20th - film reminded me why I fell in love with the original. The dazzling animation, the relatable and realistic heroes, the honest and subtleWhether you like superhero movies or not, "Incredibles 2" is a must-see. Pixar's newest - 20th - film reminded me why I fell in love with the original. The dazzling animation, the relatable and realistic heroes, the honest and subtle emotional momments, the funny and serious way it deals with superheroism, the scenes with the fabulous Edna Mode, the menacing villain with the dark aims, the family spirit and the extremely talented cast are all back once again, to tell a story worthy of its predecessor and the decade long wait - although I do hope it won't take that long for a third film. Expand
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benskylerhillJun 16, 2018
It's very rare that Pixar has a misstep. Thankfully, Incredibles 2 is not one of those missteps. It's a riveting, fun adventure for kids and is just as entertaining for the adults, even if it never reaches the masterful heights of itsIt's very rare that Pixar has a misstep. Thankfully, Incredibles 2 is not one of those missteps. It's a riveting, fun adventure for kids and is just as entertaining for the adults, even if it never reaches the masterful heights of its predecessor.

I think that the first Incredibles film is a masterpiece. What made it so great is that it had--in addition to its eye-popping beautiful animation and action--an emotionally affecting story about a married couple that rediscovers how much they rely on one another, how neither one of them is complete without the other. This made it so much more powerful because it was deeply resonating for adults while still being very entertaining for the whole family. Incredibles 2 is certainly still a lot of fun for the family, but I just didn't feel that it had the emotional heft that was boasted by its predecessor. There are some sweet scenes that explore the dynamic of the Parr family that elevate the story, but they feel much more forced with dialogue that often doesn't come across as natural.

The weakest aspect of Incredibles 2 is its story and villain. Neither of them is bad by any means, but there's just nothing unexpected about it. 15 minutes into the movie, it's clear what the direction is and the plot then proceeds to follow expectations beat for beat.

That being said, Incredibles 2 is another fantastic achievement from Disney/Pixar. The animation is so fully realized that I could not believe my eyes. The color perfectly sets the tone of the scenes, the action is perfectly choreographed and constructed, and while some of the humor feels shoehorned into the script, the vast majority of it works very well and it all adds up to make this sequel a great summer film and a crowd-pleaser.

Story: 4
Acting: 9
Script: 6.5
Visuals/Sound: 10
Entertainment Value: 7.5

Overall Score: 7.4/10
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EpicLadySpongeJun 15, 2018
Remember in 2004, when the biggest hit of the last quarter of the year that you should already be aware of its existence by now named The Incredibles was in theaters? It was literally the best experience to be in theaters and watch TheRemember in 2004, when the biggest hit of the last quarter of the year that you should already be aware of its existence by now named The Incredibles was in theaters? It was literally the best experience to be in theaters and watch The Incredibles in the big screen at the time. Even if you didn't see it in the big screen when it was in theaters, there's always a chance to relive the experience with Incredibles 2, easily taking home the best movie of 2018 without any explanations or doubts. You clearly do not want to underestimate this film since, like the first movie, it's got enough strength to live up to its title name in particular. It's got what you've seen in the first movie, like basically everything that makes this sequel worth watching. The biggest question comes to mind though... was it worth the 14-year wait? If time went so fast that mentioning 2004 immediately turns the events of that year older than you can already think out of your mind, I say it was definitely worth the wait. Expand
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TrevorsViewJun 21, 2018
I always loved The Incredibles, having originally seen it twice in theaters, something rare for me, because it met my peak of superpower fascination as a twelve-year-old. Today as a film studies undergrad, I continue to cherish how it retellsI always loved The Incredibles, having originally seen it twice in theaters, something rare for me, because it met my peak of superpower fascination as a twelve-year-old. Today as a film studies undergrad, I continue to cherish how it retells classic familiar superhero tropes through a bleak commentary on legitimate discrimination at a time of nuclear threat. Second to Toy Story, it stands as my favorite Pixar motion picture. So right when Pixar announced this sequel, I knew it would become nothing more than unnecessary, lazy fan service.

Turns out I guessed correctly.

Now I shall go on to explain why I hated The Incredibles 2: Rather than realistic revision of classic comic book tropes, it embraces them, right down to the villain’s predictable secret identity. Unfortunately, it goes beyond mere unoriginality; more like serious inconsistency. I mean, hero work is said to remain illegal, except how did this family of supers steer clear past prison bars three months after destroying Syndrome’s Omnidroid v.10? Even more noticeable, the family’s lack of knowledge about Jack-Jack’s powers until about midway through the film contradicts the previous feature’s climax.

I’ve voiced before serious disdain towards superhero flicks, but I do believe it can be done right with the right level of care. Heck, fourteen years ago; besides SpongeBob, my favorite show was Teen Titans--I even made each new episode an event by dragging my Dad into watching them all with me (since I thought he might have enjoyed it too). Those fantastical beings’ characterizations were consistent, instead of carelessly thrown around like here.

Plus, it also contradicts its own message. The main villain, “Screenslaver,” says TV stops our communication, with no thanks to supers, yet here these screenwriters go freely celebrating supers on a giant screen! On a personal level, Bob lies to his wife without facing punishment, making him less sympathetic. At a deeper level, a hollow liberal “Make All Supers Legal Again” act drives the key narrative without ever addressing the real meat of the discrimination issue it attempts to talk about.

You may think, “Hey! It’s written AND directed by Brad Bird… who gave us the first addition!” Well, remember Tomorrowland? Keep anticipating his eventual comeback folks. Just like that George Clooney embarrassment three years ago, miniscule originality comes out of his newest project, he rather just copies other iconic comic book movie scenes. One example: an early action sequence copies Spider-Man 2’s train stopping to far weaker results. Another example: the villain’s key weapon, mind control, has been overdone to death in other superhero plots.

Okay, pop quiz: what do kids love to watch more than anything?

A) Intellectually stimulating educational programs.
B) A Mister Rogers documentary.
C) Julia, the first autistic Muppet.

The answer:

D) A baby fighting a raccoon bandit.

Jack-Jack’s screen time tops Dash or Violet combined, who unlike the baby go through growing pains necessary to the story. Consequently, Jack-Jack turns each sad moment suddenly funny under a surface-level Marvel mentality that hurts the entire viewing experience.

Although to be fair, it’s understandable why most people love this sequel to The Incredibles. The foul script’s blame shouldn’t go on the reprising voice actors, since Holly Hunter does act well through her vocal work to match Elastigirl’s new exhilaration of feeling fifteen years younger, while Craig T. Nelson delivers a fantastic common core joke perfectly. Beyond the voices, there is some value here and there, such as Bob’s amends to become a good pop, and a memorable spectacle that pits Elastigirl against someone inside a brainwashing room, six walls blaring hypnotic swirls, her eyes closed for the whole fight. Violet also gets a fair share of great hand-to-hand combat worth her pre-established adolescent problems. Though Dash doesn’t do much other than attempt math homework, possibly to make his feeble motivations less obvious.

Like the imbalance between the attention of the characters, the odd arrangement of the two subplots between the mother and father rattles both by a choppy tone, building up to a forgetful visual-driven climax. From the first act, Helen’s growth literally falls back at square one; her letting Dash and Violet help still raises her skeptic fear as if nothing happened since the first movie. It barely can even be called quality family entertainment: some dialogue says the word, “damn.” Inappropriate for a PG rating!

If anything, the hopping lamp company’s gradual downfall into sequel madness only made me further appreciate their older works. We deserve better than an ingenuine nostalgia commercial. Sorry.
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pnoyfilmtvadikJul 2, 2018
My expectations are always high when its a Disney animated movie for obvious reasons. This one for me is just an average Disney animated movie. It's not a classic nor is it innovative enough. But its not a bad movie. It's good.
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he110meJun 18, 2018
Tons of fun, neat villain, awesome new characters, poor sequel. WARNING: there is a scene that contains tons of flashing bright lights that seems like it could harm photosensitive viewers. Incredibles 2 was a blast to watch in the theaterTons of fun, neat villain, awesome new characters, poor sequel. WARNING: there is a scene that contains tons of flashing bright lights that seems like it could harm photosensitive viewers. Incredibles 2 was a blast to watch in the theater with awesome fights and jokes that were laugh-out-loud worthy. The villain was insightful and, like most great villains, had a great point to make. I especially liked the creative ways they use the different supers' powers, with each new fight feeling like more than a punch-fest with particle effects. Marvel should take note. One gripe that really bothered me, however, was how they handled Mr. Incredible himself. At the end of the first Incredibles movie, Mr. Incredible had undergone an epic personal journey. He began as a selfish father seeking the glory and adrenaline of his past, to the detriment of his friends and family. After facing numerous challenges and nearly losing his family, he realized that his family was his greatest adventure and became a good father. At the beginning of this movie, all the lessons Mr. Incredible learned have been thrown out the window. He's back to being a bad father who seeks personal glory, only this time he's more violent about it. As a sequel, this seemed to undermine the value of the first movie. Expand
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ROYFINKJun 25, 2018
A SEQUEL THATS WELL WORTH THE WAIT i loved the original and i loved this its best sequel weve gotten this year the characters are great the jokes are funny the the character arcs for mr incredible and violet worked great the villain of theA SEQUEL THATS WELL WORTH THE WAIT i loved the original and i loved this its best sequel weve gotten this year the characters are great the jokes are funny the the character arcs for mr incredible and violet worked great the villain of the movie was kinda underwhelming but the movies less about the villain if you liked the first then i highly recommend you go see this Expand
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spongeswiftJun 15, 2018
The Incredibles 2 lives up to the original no doubt. I can't choose which one is my favorite but man is it a roller coaster. The first installment was more of a gloomy/serious movie but the second installment is fun and surprising. This movieThe Incredibles 2 lives up to the original no doubt. I can't choose which one is my favorite but man is it a roller coaster. The first installment was more of a gloomy/serious movie but the second installment is fun and surprising. This movie picks up right where the first one ended. Elastigirl is a really good super hero dare I say even more interesting than Mr. Incredible (it's close). That meant Bob had to stay home to watch the kids. This is by far the show stealer. Jack Jack takes the spotlight here. Bob trying to deal with his new powers is amazing! Also watch out for something we saw in the movie poster! It really is a delightful treat. Sadly Edna Mode does not have as much screen time as she did in the first movie but all of her lines are absolutely hilarious. The Screenslaver was an awesome villain. It was cryptic and creepy and the fighting scenes were so creative. Overall this movie builds up to it's grand finale which is good and bad (for reasons that you'll know when you watch) but it was a funny and action packed ride that really was worth the 14 year wait! Ready for The Incredibles 3 ALREADY! Expand
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LamontRaymondJun 15, 2018
Really good film. It's a rare franchise these days that you KNOW is going to deliver with confidence. I'm so glad that the voice actors all returned (Craig T. Nelson and Holly Hunter in particular). The action is terrific, and the look andReally good film. It's a rare franchise these days that you KNOW is going to deliver with confidence. I'm so glad that the voice actors all returned (Craig T. Nelson and Holly Hunter in particular). The action is terrific, and the look and feel of the animation is spot on. Kudos to Pixar! Expand
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SwittersJun 15, 2018
If more movies were as good as the Incredibles Two, the world would be a lot more super.
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Davrosdaleks1Jun 17, 2018
Being a sequel, I had my expectations in check. I was pleasantly surprised at how good this movie was. Funny thing is a fair portion of the film in theory shouldn't have been as good as it is. The part of the plot mimes Mr. Mom, theyBeing a sequel, I had my expectations in check. I was pleasantly surprised at how good this movie was. Funny thing is a fair portion of the film in theory shouldn't have been as good as it is. The part of the plot mimes Mr. Mom, they basically just switched Mr. Impossible and Elastigirl's roles, and the same major issue about the superheroes being illegal is rehashed. Yet, the dialogue, humor, and character work is so good in this that it doesn't really matter. The animation is Pixar's best work yet and the action is utterly fantastic. A lot of people have complained that the villain wasn't good enough. I didn't see that. Yeah, Screenslaver is no Syndrome in turns of personality, but the villain had a decent motivation and his mind control technology was appropriately eerie and menacing.

Also, be forewarned that this may not be a movie for younger children. Like the first one, it has a surprisingly mature back bone to it, including what is one of the darkest scenes shown in a Pixar film.
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MovieReviewer45Jun 15, 2018
14 years of waiting for this film to arrive, it feels nostalgic to watch this, as a sequel to the original Incredibles 1. In my opinion, it is a humorous and family thoughtful animated movie of the year as of now.

Even though Incredibles 2
14 years of waiting for this film to arrive, it feels nostalgic to watch this, as a sequel to the original Incredibles 1. In my opinion, it is a humorous and family thoughtful animated movie of the year as of now.

Even though Incredibles 2 isn't as "incredible" or fresh as it's groundbreaking predecessor is, still viewers will enjoy the entertaining and rather hilarious mayhem of the new member of the Parr family, Jack-Jack who serves as the main comic relief of this film. The stunning 3D visuals are a fantastic asset of this almost 2 hours Disney-Pixar animated fare.

After 14 years of waiting, nostalgia arrives us in the theaters for the arrival of the ingenious Parr family. Mr.Incredible (voiced by Craig T. Nelson) and Elastigirl (voiced by Holly Hunter) along with their two children still got their amazing voice talents and their wittiness which are delivered successfully onto the theater screen. The plot maybe is not as inventive as the original but still compensated by the dramatic action sequences and the wittiness of the Parr family in delivering an entertaining sequel for any group age. Characterization and designs of some of the new characters including the brand new super villain lacks certain depth and innovation but still produces an adequate and acceptable entry throughout the film.

Overall, the movie is not a disappointment, it still delivers a watchable experience that viewers will come to love and enjoy.

The major pros in this movie, in my opinion, is the humor, amazing 3D visuals, and also the story deserves some extra credit because it includes involvement of family ties, relationships, and family issues revolving around them which is delightful, even though it rehashes some parts of the original. Still a very worthy sequel, after a long 14 years of waiting, and recommended to be watched.

Don't forget Edna Mode's quirkiness and humorous moments here which is worth of the wait, and including Frozone's funny wife which is starred in the trailer.

Rating: 8/10 -> 4/5 stars
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dannytran555Jun 15, 2018
You can't tell story about "superheroes" without "heroes" in this. And Pixar did excellent job to tell this story. Busy working Mom ,stay home dad ,trouble children and scary Mutan baby .The story about how to maintain ordinary life whileYou can't tell story about "superheroes" without "heroes" in this. And Pixar did excellent job to tell this story. Busy working Mom ,stay home dad ,trouble children and scary Mutan baby .The story about how to maintain ordinary life while dealing with world's trouble. This is cute movie about family and it worth your ticket and your time . Take your kids your family to see this you will glad you did it Expand
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lager96Jun 15, 2018
The fourteen year wait was worth it. This film is the second best Pixar sequel, behind Toy Story 2. This is everything I wanted from the sequel and I am glad that Brad Bird waited until the right script came along to make it. This movie isThe fourteen year wait was worth it. This film is the second best Pixar sequel, behind Toy Story 2. This is everything I wanted from the sequel and I am glad that Brad Bird waited until the right script came along to make it. This movie is visually stunning throughout the entire film. The action scenes are also better than the first. The way the scenes are laid out make it seem like a live action film. There's a certain action scene that comes to mind that is just amazing and something I wasn't expecting from this film. The two story arcs are both entertaining and remain that way for the whole runtime. It is truly remarkable how much the animations improve with each film. There are scenes that look like they are real which is insane. The characters are all great as expected but the villain isn't anything special and can be seen coming. However, just like most Marvel films, you can still have a great film with a good villain. This is a worthy sequel and a great film! Expand
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FlexedacornJun 17, 2018
I was one of the few people who did not watch the original Incredibles film when it first came out. In anticipation for the sequel, I rented the first film prior to going to the theater. My opinion after seeing the films back to back wasI was one of the few people who did not watch the original Incredibles film when it first came out. In anticipation for the sequel, I rented the first film prior to going to the theater. My opinion after seeing the films back to back was that, I personally found the sequel to be a more enjoyable movie. Both films were great films, but the 2nd one just resonated with me more. The animations had improved greatly during the 14 year hiatus, with Elasta girl having some of the coolest animations I’ve ever seen in a Pixar film. The story felt fresh even in a time with a market saturated by super hero films. Yes, it is a superhero centered film, but ultimately its story about a family comes across as relatable to the audience. Incredibles 2 also added more humor this time around. A few scenes with the Dad babysitting had the theater and myself laughing out loud. I can’t say if the film was worth the wait (as I personally didn’t wait), but I can say it was a very good film. I highly recommend it to fans of the original or Pixar fans in general. Expand
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hardcorekiddJun 15, 2018
Telecommunications guru Winston Deavor enlists Elastigirl to fight crime and make the public fall in love with superheroes once again. That leaves Mr. Incredible with one of his greatest challenges ever -- staying home and taking care ofTelecommunications guru Winston Deavor enlists Elastigirl to fight crime and make the public fall in love with superheroes once again. That leaves Mr. Incredible with one of his greatest challenges ever -- staying home and taking care of three rambunctious children. As Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack offer him a new set of headaches, a cybercriminal named Screenslaver launches his dastardly plan -- hypnotizing the world through computer screens. Incredibles 2 reunites Pixar's family crime fighting team for a long-awaited follow-up that may not quite live up to the original, but comes close enough to earn its name. Final Grade is an A+. Expand
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DaddyO3Jun 18, 2018
Our family went to the drive-in to see this. Everyone really enjoyed the movie. Highly recommend!
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ahmedaiman9999Jun 19, 2018
The original Incredibles is not only one of my favorite animated movies, but it's also one of my favorite superhero movies ever. So there's no doubt that this long-awaited sequel was one of my most anticipated movies of this year, especiallyThe original Incredibles is not only one of my favorite animated movies, but it's also one of my favorite superhero movies ever. So there's no doubt that this long-awaited sequel was one of my most anticipated movies of this year, especially before seeing the trailers! I didn't like the trailers, the first one in particular, because I predicted that this movie would lean heavily on a formula we got tired of. This formula includes two messages; the female empowerment, and "taking care of your family is the true superheroic act", and that's exactly what we got in this movie, especially the first message, it's a political issue, so .... why not? This formula didn't just make everything in the movie looks like I've seen million times before, but it also made this movie feels outdated. Actually, the problem isn't only related to the messages, but the plot itself is formulaic and outdated for a superhero movie. Almost everything happens, every event, every element, every part in this movie is archetypal.
The developments of the story are typical. The characters are slightly developed, but also in away that doesn't feel authentic or original by any means.
The villain, Screenslaver, is stereotypical and feels if he comes from an old cheesy superhero movie, or an animated movie from any animation studio except Pixar. This villain even acts like The Joker, so that's saying something. Even his motives are well-worn, and he revealed them in a single monologue. Yes, this very monologue that Syndrome mocked in the original movie. So don't expect a villain like Syndrome. So don't expect to see a villain like Syndrome. And of course, we have a plot twist in this movie but I saw it coming from far away, so it definitely didn't work. Also, what leads us to the ending is rushed and quite absurd. Nevertheless, there are some subtle plot details in the part when Elastigirl was fighting crime. They leaned so heavily on the humor in this sequel. The humor wasn't bad at first. In fact, almost every joke that is related to Jack-Jack worked, and I couldn't help but burst out in laughter almost every time he made a single noise. But the jokes became repetitive, so they lost all their sharpness. Also, the timing of the humor was very bad at the third act. What's worse, at least for me, is that they made Bob Parr a total moron so he can be the comic relief while making Elastigirl the real heroine of the movie. Now, Dash is my favorite Incredible! What a likable character he is! He is very cool, and all his actions are fit for his age. That gave this character a sense of reality. In fact, all the characters act if they were real. When they interact with each other, when they get tired, when they become happy, when they laugh, even when they breathe they feel if they were actual people, if they were humans, and that's really INCREDIBLE! All the cast is great, as usual. But Holly Hunter who shines in this sequel. She gave even more energy Helen Parr/Elastigirl.
I was worried because they replaced Spencer Fox, the original actor who voiced Dash, but I think Huck Milner is even better! Frozone had much more time in this sequel, and that made this character seems much more like Samuel L. Jackson, and of course this is a bonus! Jack Jack's new abilities are basically perfect, both in what his powers are and in how they are revealed. Michael Giacchino's score is gold, and well-used. The animation is top-notch and seamless. But it's the action in this movie that should have a fair share of praise. Incredibles 2 has some of the most thrilling and exhilarating action sequences ever in an animated movie, if not memorable enough. The movie full of flashing lights that aren't just annoying, but they really can be harmful to the eyes, especially if you watched the movie in 3D. I'm sorely disappointed, but I'll try as much as I can not to make my let-down affect my rating, especially because most of the issues I've with this movie are related to one thing, the triteness that I, as a Disney/Pixar fan, didn't get used to. (7/10)
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All4myannsJun 16, 2018
What a why to make up for the last 14 years. This movie is fun, exciting, and... predictable. Oh course Jack-Jack and Edna steals the show. The voices or characters or their voice seems off at first, as the more you get into the movie youWhat a why to make up for the last 14 years. This movie is fun, exciting, and... predictable. Oh course Jack-Jack and Edna steals the show. The voices or characters or their voice seems off at first, as the more you get into the movie you start to piece together who the villain is. The movie is exactly the same set up as the first, only ts elastic girl instead of Mr. Incredible. Only thing I really wish they would have put a disclaimer for people with seizures, migraines, or light sensitivity. Expand
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kangelo02Jun 18, 2018
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Following a brief and sincere 'Sorry for keeping you waiting' video package with the voice actors acknowledging the 14-year gap from the first film, Incredibles 2 delivers and exceeds our expectations we've had this last 1 1/2 decade. There's a bit of a timelessness to this film in that you have the old-designed cars, the dapper news anchors and the black and white tv's of yester-year but we've also go high speed trains, high technology suits and...what else...oh yes, superheroes. They don't directly (from what I remember) state the year/period that Incredibles 2 takes place, but the hints are there. Not having lived it, it was great that my enjoyment of the film was not hindered by the fact that I didn't know the references, if any, there were to the 'golden era.'

The plot was solid, further playing on the first film's initial struggle of 'superheroes being outlawed' and it showcased how fickle the masses can be. The introduction of the brother/sister corporate duo made synapses in my movie-goer head think "okay, who's the villain? Her? Him? Both?" I won't go into it but that may have ruined a bit of the movie for me as I was trying to find the twist instead of enjoying it as it came to me. Introduction of 'other heroes' was cool and funny, making for some accent comedy which is almost never not funny, but hopefully they'll be utilized more in a potential 3rd film.

The action felt a bit heavy handed by the end, almost clumping all the match-ups to the last 30 minutes of the film. Certain fight scenes could have benefited from an extra 5 minutes, but I'd be okay if any extra time was devoted to Jack Jack and his furry foe.

Speaking of Jack Jack, I could not be happier with how they handled him. Let's get this off my chest first: HE IS CUTE AS THE DAY IS BRIGHT AND AS THE MOON IS BIG. SO SO SOSOSO CUTE. I like how the studio knew how popular he became by the end of the first film that his screen time was essentially doubled, tripled, and doubled one more time for good measure.

One highlight moment for me was Elasti-girl, who's become the public protagonist in this film, in pursuit of her archenemy. Through coincidentally advantageous technology, Elasti-girl hops from night-time rooftops to alleys and everywhere in between, following the signal. What makes this scene so engaging is the silent nature of it all minus the villain's monologue (broadcasting over television) and how it becomes that scene's audio track. It felt like being a spy and not knowing what's going to pop around the corner. I knew it was too quiet in that scene and having that eerily static voice drone on about taking over the city/tri-state area/world/universe made it more tense than any Pixar film should make me feel.

Did it have good action? Could have had more, but I'm happy with what I saw. Did it surpass the first film? Yes, I can say yes without a doubt. Did it make me want a third film? For sure. Director Brad Bird said it himself that you don't need to see the first to enjoy this, but it will help give it some depth. Watch this one now, then go watch the first, then watch this another time. Rinse and repeat until the 3rd one comes out.
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TVJerryJun 26, 2018
While Mom (Holly Hunter) goes out to help reinstate their rights to use their superpowers, Dad (Craig T. Nelson) stays at home with the kids, including Jack-Jack, the baby who's burgeoning gifts provide much of the movie's humor. There's lotsWhile Mom (Holly Hunter) goes out to help reinstate their rights to use their superpowers, Dad (Craig T. Nelson) stays at home with the kids, including Jack-Jack, the baby who's burgeoning gifts provide much of the movie's humor. There's lots of energy and cool visuals to make the whole thing fun. Even though there's nothing new, it's completely enjoyable (especially for the younger members of the audience…and I mean the adolescents who were kids when the first one came out). There's a charming short before the feature called "Bao," which is the first one directed by a woman. Expand
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norseJun 22, 2018
It's pretty good, it's just not great. The pixar quality is there in the rendering, and the super baby scenes are all super. The only characters that are not coming across as a little bit cliche and goes through actual believable growth areIt's pretty good, it's just not great. The pixar quality is there in the rendering, and the super baby scenes are all super. The only characters that are not coming across as a little bit cliche and goes through actual believable growth are the two adolescent kids and some of the dialog comes across as stilted/narrated. Pixar usually does a whole lot better with this, I am not sure why this one doesn't meet my bar. Stand out villain though, that part was well done. Expand
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ChaythonNov 4, 2018
The "plot twist" is not much of a twist; it was obvious since your first incident.
It's a fun family movie, but the "plot twist" being so simple made watching the movie a chore.
The ray tracing on rough materials and the rendering of the
The "plot twist" is not much of a twist; it was obvious since your first incident.
It's a fun family movie, but the "plot twist" being so simple made watching the movie a chore.
The ray tracing on rough materials and the rendering of the water was very impressive. So attractive to the eyes but boring to any competent being.
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LatinCritic13Jun 21, 2018
So the Incredibles is back, and it’s safe to say that the sequel has definitely paid off after a very long hiatus. After fourteen long years waiting for a heroic sequel for the Incredibles, the voice acting, clever script, and animation hasSo the Incredibles is back, and it’s safe to say that the sequel has definitely paid off after a very long hiatus. After fourteen long years waiting for a heroic sequel for the Incredibles, the voice acting, clever script, and animation has been fully upgraded for clearer entertainment. Is it better than the first? no. But does the sequel deliver? Definitely! And trust me, you will definitely have a blast seeing this flick with your family and friends. Expand
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SrPepeJun 23, 2018
Quizás sea la mejor película de Pixar pero los años encima influyen en la diversión que genera este tipo de películas. A la primera le tengo mucho cariño y me parece que ésta no logra alcanzar su nivel, pero es muy divertida con buenosQuizás sea la mejor película de Pixar pero los años encima influyen en la diversión que genera este tipo de películas. A la primera le tengo mucho cariño y me parece que ésta no logra alcanzar su nivel, pero es muy divertida con buenos personajes y gran ampliación de los que ya estaban. Expand
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HPFANBOY1237Jul 1, 2018
Incredibles 2 is incredible! Just not quite as incredible as The Incredibles. I like many many others have waited anxiously for 14 years for this movie and now we finally have it. This was my favorite movie as a kid, this and Finding Nemo,Incredibles 2 is incredible! Just not quite as incredible as The Incredibles. I like many many others have waited anxiously for 14 years for this movie and now we finally have it. This was my favorite movie as a kid, this and Finding Nemo, and I would play it over and over again every day. I got in trouble and had the movie taken away from me for a week because I told my parents to shut up after hearing Violet say it. The Incredibles was my life, so yeah I was pumped for this sequel! And I loved it! It's such an intelligent and mature animated movie just like the first one. There are multiple scenes dedicated to people talking about their views on society and the world and I was just like wow, I'm watching this in an animated movie. It's unfair to call this or the first one a kids movie because they're aimed towards everyone. I was just bubbling with excitement throughout the entire movie. From the amazing action scenes, characters, and it's philosophy. Yes, there's a ton of philosophy in this movie, and I loved it! The only reason why I like this one less is because the villain's reveal could be seen from a mile away. Clearly, it doesn't really detract from your viewing experience. Oh, and also Jack Jack steals the show. Every scene he's in is awesome and hilarious. Particularly, an entire scene dedicated to him fighting a raccoon. If we do not get an Incredibles 3 I will die, I don't care if I have to wait another 14 years, clearly, this one was worth the 14 year wait anyways. A+ Expand
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CoreyC55Jun 20, 2018
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The Incredibles 2 is the second best Pixar sequel next to Toy Story. I enjoyed that they gave Elastigirl and Violet bigger roles and Jack Jack was funny. I liked Mr Incredible as a Mr. Mom. Now for the disappointment which is the supervillain Screensaver. She will go down as the most boring super villain since Superman IV Nuclear Man. Expand
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CheezersJul 1, 2018
Incredibles 2 is an impressive work of animation that lives up to all greatness of the original. It's good fun and I enjoyed it all the way through.
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ihatemylifeJul 1, 2018
filme muito bom. simplismente valeu a pena os 14 anos de espera. assisti no cinema hoje. e ainda consegue ser quase melhor que o primeiro
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NolanLundgaardJun 26, 2018
Better than the first in my opinion, Incredibles 2 was a fantastic follow-up to the original, with a plot line and animation that blew me away. I appreciated the hidden messages that Pixar was trying to convey, such as humans are becoming tooBetter than the first in my opinion, Incredibles 2 was a fantastic follow-up to the original, with a plot line and animation that blew me away. I appreciated the hidden messages that Pixar was trying to convey, such as humans are becoming too reliant on screens. I loved this movie. Well done, Pixar! Expand
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KratonosJul 4, 2018
Excelente película, si bien la anterior tuvo una mejor premisa, esta como continuación supo traer de vuelta a lo que hacia la anterior película un grande, abriendo las puertas para una tercera parte.
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PattyDaddyJun 22, 2018
This movie was well worth the 14-year wait. The fact that the story managed to mislead me into who the actual villain was is a tribute to good writing.
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MattyiceJun 15, 2018
Instead of trying to catch up to modern superhero movies, Incredibles 2, like its predecessor, decides to march to the beat of a different drum. With solid comedy, great heart, and awesome action, Incredibles 2 manages to come close to theInstead of trying to catch up to modern superhero movies, Incredibles 2, like its predecessor, decides to march to the beat of a different drum. With solid comedy, great heart, and awesome action, Incredibles 2 manages to come close to the level of its classic original and is the best Pixar sequel outside of the Toy Story franchise for sure. Expand
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SerraiosJun 15, 2018
"Incredibles 2" is packed with various surprises and some outstanding action sequences, which with the help of the stunning animation - quite possibly the best animation I've ever seen - surpass the action of any of the live-action superhero"Incredibles 2" is packed with various surprises and some outstanding action sequences, which with the help of the stunning animation - quite possibly the best animation I've ever seen - surpass the action of any of the live-action superhero films. Not only is it hilarious, entertaining, a bit dark and subtly emotional - something Brad Bird is known for - but the quality of the storytelling is on par with its predecessor, the growth of each character is beautiful to see and by the end of it, everyone will be excited for future installments. Certainly worth every second of the 14 years old wait. Expand
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GummypooJun 16, 2018
Amazing! Probably better than the original. Very humorous and the action was flawless.
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tropicAcesJun 15, 2018
It’s pretty much the exact same movie as the first one, near beat-for-beat at points, and never truly justifies its existence after a 14 year wait. Still, the voice acting is solid and there are some thrilling moments. My childhood wasn’tIt’s pretty much the exact same movie as the first one, near beat-for-beat at points, and never truly justifies its existence after a 14 year wait. Still, the voice acting is solid and there are some thrilling moments. My childhood wasn’t anywhere near ruined. Expand
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The3AcademySinsJun 15, 2018
Incredibles 2 is a more than worthy sequel that truly lives up to the original movie and brings new things to the table. Pixar has done it again! Incredibles 2 is well animated, has incredible fight scenes, and is FUNNY. Oh man, the jokesIncredibles 2 is a more than worthy sequel that truly lives up to the original movie and brings new things to the table. Pixar has done it again! Incredibles 2 is well animated, has incredible fight scenes, and is FUNNY. Oh man, the jokes were top notch! The portrayal of the heroes was very human and had an honest heart that kept the movie afloat. And the movie was very socially aware in an intelligent way not often seen in animated films. This is a movie I will definitely be seeing again in theaters! Well worth the wait!!! Expand
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RetrodoxJun 16, 2018
This film isn't without flaws the pacing isn't amazing and it can go off on different topics not as smoothly, in terms of a 14 year wait is pays off in most respects and not as much as others this movie ins't a shell of its first there bothThis film isn't without flaws the pacing isn't amazing and it can go off on different topics not as smoothly, in terms of a 14 year wait is pays off in most respects and not as much as others this movie ins't a shell of its first there both quite similar but different ultimately which I appreciate the themes are amped in this film its bigger and that goes for everything but it still pays attention to detail its incredibe Expand
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FayeJayJun 16, 2018
Incredibles 2 was amazing and was definitely worth waiting for 14 years for it to come out. I saw it yesterday and was amazed.
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zabe73Jun 16, 2018
YAWWWWWWWWN. Cash grab. This movie didn't need to be made. Totally forgettable shortly after leaving the theater.
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JNOTRJun 15, 2018
m I was not with so many expectations with this movie, since Pixar had disappointed me with Finding Dory and I had a big surprise. Although it is not as good as its predecessor, The incredibles 2 is a great sequel. The movie has more comedym I was not with so many expectations with this movie, since Pixar had disappointed me with Finding Dory and I had a big surprise. Although it is not as good as its predecessor, The incredibles 2 is a great sequel. The movie has more comedy and more action than the previous one and in those aspects it is better, but, the villain is very predescible and the new characters do not contribute much. Even so, Jack-Jack and Violet steal the movie, the action scenes of Elastigirl are incredible, the music is just as good (thanks Giaccino) and the animation is totally beautiful. The movie is totally entertaining and almost 2 hours is spent flying. The 14 years wait was worth it. Expand
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DavidTejadaJun 15, 2018
"Almost '15 years too late' as Syndrome said, however I could say happily that Brad Bird managed a worthy sequel that exceeds expectations and makes the franchise go for more".

That's right, as a child I always dreamed for the second part
"Almost '15 years too late' as Syndrome said, however I could say happily that Brad Bird managed a worthy sequel that exceeds expectations and makes the franchise go for more".

That's right, as a child I always dreamed for the second part and finally it's here. Not as unique as the original but with so many brand-new features, characters and emotions that makes 'The Incredibles 2' top of my personal favorite movies from 2018 and animation. And I was completely delighted to say this because when I first saw the trailer I said to myself: "IT'S GOING TO BE TERRIBLE!!" and again life shows me how bad is prejudging. TO BEGIN WITH, the animation is top-notch and the battle sequences as well, the humour introduced and developped was hilarious and innovative (considering how bad the daddy's housekeeping plot was made in recent movies), then the beloved characters of our childhood have a good participation (JACK JACK WAS THE BEST THING ABOUT THIS MOVIE) and finally the plot of resurging the superheroes: FANTASTIC

Although it surprised me, what made me uncapable of giving the film a perfect score were: The induction of lots of new characters (more or less 8 new characters), the villain "Underminer" who was WASTED and probably a design of the characters' faces (it felt for me more like an anime) and finally the villain (In spite of being terrific, it could have been EXPLOITED MORE...) This is an one-of-a-kind animated movie and Pixar has proved us again its great capacity, ideas and projects that they have for the family. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!! (85%)
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LioenJun 23, 2018
Incredible movie, just as good as the previous one. My new favorite movie, i love it.
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joaohanselJun 17, 2018
Perfect. Better than the first. Many surprises, action scenes and social criticism.
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Lennon-SJun 15, 2018
It’s insane to be voting this film 10/10! It’s a very average film AT BEST that carries little weight when compared to the first with way to much focus placed on Jack-Jack in a very obvious attempt to sell merchandise and toys! This isIt’s insane to be voting this film 10/10! It’s a very average film AT BEST that carries little weight when compared to the first with way to much focus placed on Jack-Jack in a very obvious attempt to sell merchandise and toys! This is shameful and others should be calling these things out! This is just another Finding Dory cash grab people that benefits on the nostalgia of idiots! Furthermore Metacritic is also a joke! This film has a lower average and a lower all around score on RT than other films I’ve checked in the same average score range yet here it’s rated at 80 while other films that have gotten both a higher average and higher percentage on RT have a lower rating here! It’s very clear that Metacritic picks and chooses what reviews it wants for films it wants to promote as can easily be seen with some films having 50+ reviews to cover up a bad one bad review while others have much higher reviews but are limited in the 40’s to keep the average down! Shame on those of you who are running this scam, not everyone is so easily fooled! This how films like Moana who have an all around worse RT score and lower average score are listed as “Universally Acclaimed” while films like Zootopia who won practically every single award, (including a Oscar), has a higher RT score, a higher average score, was among AFI’s top 10 movies of 2016 (the only animated film and a very rare honor) and was hailed as one of the best animated films of all time by multiple critics is rated as just average here! This site is a joke! Expand
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MaxsonJun 25, 2018
It's on par with the first one. Fun movie for the family, and I think kids will absolutely love it. Well written story, fun characters, and an awesome soundtrack. It's definitely worth watching. 8.5/10
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twall3Jun 18, 2018
Brad Bird is back at what he does best! I remember reading that he finally just had to stop reading the negative reviews of Tomorrowland, but there was nothing negative about Incredibles 2! My wife looks down on great animated movies andBrad Bird is back at what he does best! I remember reading that he finally just had to stop reading the negative reviews of Tomorrowland, but there was nothing negative about Incredibles 2! My wife looks down on great animated movies and calls them "cartoons" and after sitting through the trailer for ReckIt Ralph2, condescendingly said, "this is the kind of trailer you get when you go to a cartoon", but within a few minutes she was smiling and had a look of wonder in her eyes that remained the entire movie! There were several very young children in the audience, and more than once my wife, myself and my twin 21 year old daughters were laughing equally as hard as these very little kids after a humorous line or scene. That's universal appeal that's very difficult to pull off. When the movie was done, our heads were spinning, having been highly entertained by so much witty humor, dynamic action and occasional touching moments. Definitely merits a 2nd viewing. Thank you to Mr. Bird, the voice actors and the rest of the Pixar staff for creating such a richly entertaining film! It's a real gift to the rest of us! Expand
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Jess_HillJun 17, 2018
Fourteen years of anticipation, the pedigree of Pixar, and this doesn’t disappoint. The vibrancy and panache of the original is furthered in this sequel with flair, and some of the action sequences are a joy to behold, with a delightfulFourteen years of anticipation, the pedigree of Pixar, and this doesn’t disappoint. The vibrancy and panache of the original is furthered in this sequel with flair, and some of the action sequences are a joy to behold, with a delightful storyline and clever script. Tightly paced, with the mix of humour and drama nicely balanced, this is a thoroughly enjoyable experience to be appreciated on the big screen. 9.01/10 Expand
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Digibutter64Jun 17, 2018
A truly 'incredible' film that undoubtedly lives up to the expectations from the 2004 original. The mix of action and relationships between characters blends nicely, and characters appear really clear. Screenslaver feels like a genuinelyA truly 'incredible' film that undoubtedly lives up to the expectations from the 2004 original. The mix of action and relationships between characters blends nicely, and characters appear really clear. Screenslaver feels like a genuinely threatening villain too.

Is it better than The Incredibles? I'm unsure. The first film was great, and the second is pretty equal in quality to me. It's quite different from some other superhero films, but it's still worth a watch. Hopefully we don't have to wait until 2032 for Incredibles 3!
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stevenschatzJun 15, 2018
Incredibles 2 is far from perfect, but is definitely good enough to leave people satisfied at the end of the movie. Although not as much as its predecessor, the film has a lot of great action sequences. Unfortunately, the action is not veryIncredibles 2 is far from perfect, but is definitely good enough to leave people satisfied at the end of the movie. Although not as much as its predecessor, the film has a lot of great action sequences. Unfortunately, the action is not very evenly spread out and the film feels a bit dragged at times. Because of this, the film does not feel properly paced. Also, the plot of the beginning of the film with The Underminer feels too rushed and underdeveloped. However, there are lots of fun surprises and the plot is overall very good. The Screenslaver is a very compelling villain and adds a lot of suspense and mystery to the film's plot. What I've always loved most about The Incredibles is the Parr's family dynamic. Fortunately, Jack Jack's new powers and Mr. Incredible's trouble controlling them bring back and improve that essential aspect of the first film. Overall, while not quite as good as the original, Incredibles 2 brings back a lot of what made the first film great and is ultimately worth the 14 year wait.

Verdict:
Sound/Visuals - 5/5
Plot/Characters - 4/5
Plot Structure - 4/5
Dialogue - 5/5
Overall - 4.5/5 = 90%
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TheFreeman148Jun 21, 2018
thoroughly entertaining movie from the opening seconds to the rolling credits.. it was seriously THAT good
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thefilmfascistJun 15, 2018
The Incredibles 2 is finally out!!! after fourteen years of waiting, we finally get back to the adventures of the Parr family, and it is Incredible.

This movie is as good as the first one, but not better, for one crucial reason. The
The Incredibles 2 is finally out!!! after fourteen years of waiting, we finally get back to the adventures of the Parr family, and it is Incredible.

This movie is as good as the first one, but not better, for one crucial reason. The Incredibles 2, while it is an incredible movie, has the same exact plot from the first one. The film handles the plot greatly though, trying to spice it up a little by reversing the roles between Mr.Incredible and Elastigirl.

The movie is very predictable though, and the big twist is noticeable from the beginning.

The breakout star in this film is Jack Jack! he is soooo cute and adorable and he has the best fight sequence of 2018. He also has an amazing gallery of powers and abilities. I was not a big fan of the new supers introduced. I thought they were a little unnecessary and some of there powers and designs are a little wacky.

This is probably one of the greatest animation to ever be rendered in any film to date. The designs of characters are astonishing, and the worldbuilding is stunning.
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RobbyPJun 18, 2018
Funny and action-packed, this sequel is about on par with 2016's Finding Dory. By that, I mean it doesn't have near the impact of the first, but is still enjoyable in its own right. The characters are fun to be around and that's about whereFunny and action-packed, this sequel is about on par with 2016's Finding Dory. By that, I mean it doesn't have near the impact of the first, but is still enjoyable in its own right. The characters are fun to be around and that's about where the impact ends.

The best parts of Incredibles 2 are when we get to see the family dynamic. That's always been the strength of the series, but here it's more apparent than in its predecessor. Elastigirl has definitely got some moments to shine on her own (the Elastibike scene comes to mind), but the story arc concerning the main baddie feels auxiliary and predictable.

Still, I was laughing and enjoying the spectacle along with everyone else in the theater. This one may not have the lasting impact of the first, but then again, it would have been a tall order for us to expect otherwise.
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DeependraJun 24, 2018
This movie does justice to the title itself.
Making a strong comeback after 14 years, is not everyone's cup of tea. Without dropping any spoilers, I would simply request you to go out with your family and friends, and enjoy this incredible
This movie does justice to the title itself.
Making a strong comeback after 14 years, is not everyone's cup of tea. Without dropping any spoilers, I would simply request you to go out with your family and friends, and enjoy this incredible movie! :) Jack Jack is completely adorable and showstopper in the entire movie.
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wnick2000Jun 17, 2018
The wait is finally over and after 14 years, we finally have Incredibles 2. I consider the original film one of pixar's best, if not the best, and I was more excited than I had been for any animated film in a very very long time. With thatThe wait is finally over and after 14 years, we finally have Incredibles 2. I consider the original film one of pixar's best, if not the best, and I was more excited than I had been for any animated film in a very very long time. With that said, I walked into Incredibles 2 hoping it would be at least a good film and walked out thinking it could be the best animated film of the year. Incredibles 2 sucked me right back into the world that I grew up with as a kid and allowed me to enjoy every second of it just like I did back when the original did. The characters, setting, and world that director Brad Bird built from the ground up in the first film are back and more vibrant and beautiful than ever, with the characters feeling just like they did 14 years ago. This was clearly a sequel that had such passion and imagination behind it and it shows throughout the entire runtime. It's a film that pays respect and builds off the original while presenting it's own ideas, creating a unique experience that doesn't feel like a nostalgia cash-grab. I virtually have no issues with this movie, despite the fact that the villain isn't quite as good as Syndrome was in the first film, but still interesting enough to carry the story along. However, the villain isn't really much of an issue when the film's true strength lies in what made the first so memorable, that being the heroes and their dynamic as a family. There are parts that I enjoyed more than the first, that being the action, which was more varied and more exciting to watch, and the comedy, which has this movie being slightly funnier than the first. Overall, Incredibles 2 is a sequel that people wanted, and it's the sequel people deserve. It delivers in every way that it needed to, and even goes the extra mile in some aspects. It's about as good as the first, and if this means we get to see more of the Parr family in the foreseeable future, than I can't wait. Expand
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joeyabukiJun 19, 2018
Incredible movie. The film starts with a great opening action scene, places 10 seconds earlier of the end of the first installment... This time Elastigirl has to work & Robert Parr is upset because "He is Mr. Incredible", is sort of a "maleIncredible movie. The film starts with a great opening action scene, places 10 seconds earlier of the end of the first installment... This time Elastigirl has to work & Robert Parr is upset because "He is Mr. Incredible", is sort of a "male chauvinist", has his manhood & ego, but for the good of Superheroes he has to take care of his family at home, while his wife shows she is capable of doing great things to put heroes back on the game; beware, it isn't a feminazi movie, is pretty well developed & worked. There's a plot twist with the villain, takes her prisioner & every superheroe has to fight together. The interaction between Bob & his kids is fantastic. All the characters have good performance & their time on screen; Jack Jack is amazing. CGI is awesome; the details are stupendous; music is astonishing. Good sequel & has the same tone & atmosphere that connects with the first one. Expand
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MatthewAkalusiJun 22, 2018
Fourteen years after the release of the original Incredibles movie, the super family; Mr. Incredible, Elastic Girl, Violet, Dash and Jack Jack, is back.The long interval was due to director Brad Bird’s reluctance to jump right into a sequelFourteen years after the release of the original Incredibles movie, the super family; Mr. Incredible, Elastic Girl, Violet, Dash and Jack Jack, is back.The long interval was due to director Brad Bird’s reluctance to jump right into a sequel until he was sure he had the elements to make one, which did not happen until 2015.Although understandabe, this can be risky for two reasons, it tests the audience’s patience and if a sequel does not turn out to be at least as good as, if not better than the original, then it can backfire spectacularly, as the response to Cars 2 illustrates. The first Incredibles movie became a cinematic phenomenon, and rightly so because of the bold concept it represented and the audacious direction in which Pixar was headed with its production. There just was no way, such a well-received movie was not going to get a sequel...and eventually it did.The sequel picks up where the first movie left off, a villain, the underminer uses a giant boring machine to dig underground into the city bank to steal money from its vault.The Incredibles, along with their superhero partner, Frozone, who also returns, attempt to foil the robbery but fail, with massive damage done to the city. This prompts outrage against the Incredibles and Frozone, in particular and superheroes in general, leading to a law banning the activities of superheroes and shutting down the government programme under which they had operated.Faced with bills to pay the Parrs (Mr. Incredible and Elastic Girl) ponder the future and their need for regular jobs, as it appears they had essentially been on the government payroll, as part of the now shutdown superheroes programme. It is at this point that a rich business man who owns Telecoms Company, Devtech, contacts them through Frozone and invites all three to a meeting, at which his sister (the brains behind the company’s tech) is present, where he pitches an idea to them. He believes that if they participate in what he plans, it will correct the public’s misconception about superheroes and get them to be accepted again.All agree to participate and subsequent events see the Incredibles face off against their main foe in this movie, the self-described Screen Slayer, in fast-paced action which unfolds along with dramatic incidental music. The movie’s comedic moments revolve around Jack Jack’s many superpowers to hilarious effect.This is an outstanding action movie that just happens to be animated.It is that good. Expand
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eljonJun 17, 2018
Walking into the cinema I was hyped but I had my doubts since it might not match up to the first film. But after watching the film, I could say it was worth the wait. A phenomenal film and it really takes you back. The nostalgia is justWalking into the cinema I was hyped but I had my doubts since it might not match up to the first film. But after watching the film, I could say it was worth the wait. A phenomenal film and it really takes you back. The nostalgia is just amazing. The film may not match up to the first film,but it really comes so close. Its really a great film and is just breathtaking. I believe that the story is not as strong as the first one and there are times where you don't feel the scenes. But most of them are spot-on and are really funny. Funnier than the first film to be honest. Overall the film is great. And is just a fun family film and you wouldn't want to miss it on the big screen. It may be 15 years too late, but that wait was just worth it. Brad Bird is just really phenomenal. I hope you watch this in cinema, because it was such a pleasure. Great film and worth every single penny. Expand
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MPReviewsJun 20, 2018
I’m not the biggest fan of the original incredibles. I like the movie, and it is good, but I never saw it as the absolute masterpiece that everyone else has. That combined with the fact that the trailers for this film didn’t completelyI’m not the biggest fan of the original incredibles. I like the movie, and it is good, but I never saw it as the absolute masterpiece that everyone else has. That combined with the fact that the trailers for this film didn’t completely convince me, I was a little worried going into incredibles 2. But thankfully, I was wrong. This movie was INCREDIBLE!!!! (Sorry, I had to.) Seriously though, I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this movie. I was worried that it would have a lot of cringey moments since the trailers gave me that impression, but that wasn’t the case at all! The animation is obviously leaps and bounds better than the first one, and is also fantastic in its own right, the action also better than the first one and also gets surprisingly intense, which is completely fine with me, the main characters are all great and in my opinion better than in the first film, the screenslaver was great villain, the soundtrack is amazing and gave me heavy mission impossible vibes, and the story I think is almost as suspenseful as infinity war. ALMOST. Incredibles 2 definetly lives up to its name. I’ll take this over the first film anyday, and if you somehow haven’t already gone to see it, I highly recommend you do so. Expand
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bananatheswitchJun 24, 2018
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. This review contains spoilers to be more accurate with the score. I have rated this movie a 9/10 for the following reasons: Plot is fun and enjoyable (+1), Curse words, making this non-kid friendly (-2), Too much comic relief (-1), A few plot twists (+3), Attention to detail with first movie (+2), Other positive things (+1). Expand
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alissa914gJun 18, 2018
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I have to admit that I enjoyed this one. The first one is still my favorite as it had better humor in it and of course, Jason Lee, who was excellent in it. Here, the standouts are Frozone, Void, and Jack Jack. The other characters were great too, but those three characters added something significant to the story. Frozone had a bigger role in this one not just as a friend but as someone who saved the kids and even got them to meet the rich guy in the movie.

While I didn't feel as excited as I did during the island scene in the first one, this one wasn't that bad. The first time I checked my watch to see how long I've been sitting there, it was at 1h15 and it didn't feel like it. Still, not a bad movie and a decent follow-up to it. Violet's side story just seemed unnecessary and could've been edited out, I guess. Dash was OK but he was good when he got control of the car.

It's probably the best Pixar movie I've seen in many years since they started their decline with Toy Story 3 (which you have to admit that the writing wasn't that good in that one.... the "Lincoln Logs" joke was obviously painful).
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nadiacloudJun 21, 2018
Incredibles 2 is such an amazing sequel to The Incredibles. The Incredibles is one of my all-time favorite movies and no wonder that this was a delight. Everything is played very well and Brad Bird is such an amazing director.
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moviesandmore80Jun 17, 2018
The 14 year wait was all worth while as Pixar fans got ecstatic beyond the release of "Incredibles 2". The highly anticipated sequel to the much loved Pixar classic was released about 2 weeks ago causing tickets on very high demand andThe 14 year wait was all worth while as Pixar fans got ecstatic beyond the release of "Incredibles 2". The highly anticipated sequel to the much loved Pixar classic was released about 2 weeks ago causing tickets on very high demand and consecutive booked out theatres. The film itself lived up to the hype and was an amazing action packed and a great family film. Though some parts were slightly intense for very young children with a few jump-scares, there really isn't much more I can say aside from the I LOVED it! It was so great to see my favourite childhood super-heroes back on the big screen again and back in action! As well as seeing the Incredibles, I also really, really loved the new characters! My little heart was so full of joy watching this film and I really couldn't say any bad things about this film. The film ended on another cliffhanger with Violet going on a date, only do go on a special, crime-fighting mission with her family (which wasn't revealed to us!) I would highly, highly recommend going to see this film (if you get your hands on tickets of course) with your family and friends! There isn't a doubt in my mind that you won't enjoy it!!

Now I'm sitting here secretly hoping for "Incredibles 3".... hopefully It doesn't take 15 years!!!!
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Samuel-KazooieJun 21, 2018
This movie reminds me of the Nintendo 64. Why? I won't go into detail beyond quoting one of the N64's pre-release mottos: "Is it worth the wait? Only if you want the best!" And while this movie repeats some surprises and themes from the firstThis movie reminds me of the Nintendo 64. Why? I won't go into detail beyond quoting one of the N64's pre-release mottos: "Is it worth the wait? Only if you want the best!" And while this movie repeats some surprises and themes from the first movie, and it's way more intense, a little more scary, and (attention parents) the characters do briefly use mild language, this movie is pretty much two hours of action-packed family fun! Currently tied with the first movie (The Incredibles [2004]) for my favorite movie of all time, and it will probably be very close to that for you too. Expand
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bigjon1958Jun 18, 2018
I feel sorry for the poor souls who did not think this was a good movie. Attended with my 11 year old. All ages attended. Two college age gals sat next to my son and I. The theatre was packed. There was constant laughter throughout theI feel sorry for the poor souls who did not think this was a good movie. Attended with my 11 year old. All ages attended. Two college age gals sat next to my son and I. The theatre was packed. There was constant laughter throughout the movie. When the movie was over most in the theatre applauded. I can't remember the last time I was at a movie that draw a load applause at the end. There was a lot of action, great humor, and a good story-line. This was about as perfect as an animated film can get. The sequel matched the original. I am sure it won't take another 10 years for another Incredibles movie. Expand
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thebagginsJun 20, 2018
Not quite the bullseye the first movie was, but close. The humour fell a little flat for me and some of the details about plot and characters was confusing. No spoilers, just can't be bothered to explain the confusion.
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amheretojudgeJun 20, 2018
as smooth as jazz..

Incredibles 2 It is quite rare for a feature, series or even an episode to match the expectations of its predecessor and live up to the hype (it is higher than usual in here since it has been 14 years) delivering
as smooth as jazz..

Incredibles 2

It is quite rare for a feature, series or even an episode to match the expectations of its predecessor and live up to the hype (it is higher than usual in here since it has been 14 years) delivering everything that the fans want and a bit more, (just for fun) attaining the perfect balance of commercial and art cinema. As usual, the Pixar animation is rich in it's finely detailed script and visual aesthetics that is not only adorable (Jack Jack steals the show), witty and "cool" to encounter at, but is also thought-provoking that speaks volume on character's perspective through it. The script is adaptive, engaging and filled with exhilarating sequences that up beats the momentum of the situation and elevates the heartbeat of the audience using the character's connection among them wisely that redefines the cultural genre which is taken for granted nowadays. The return voice over cast convincingly sticks to their characters along with the newer cast whose characters are equally juicy and nutrient. Brad Bird; the writer-director, has done a tremendous work on executing his anticipated vision (an ahead-of-its-time vision that is adequate for the current society that we all reside and still never goes pretentious or chalky) on screen. Despite of walking on a familiar structure of the script, the feature is eerily an inversion of its previous installment and still makes sense in a whole new way; kind of like a palindrome, which is poetic of Brad to do so. The pace and the tone of it is kept alive and even throughout the course of it which was palpable in the first installment too, picking up right where it was left. It is rich on technical aspects like sound department, visual effects (the chase sequence of Elastigirl is breathtaking as it leaves the room with a long gasping of awe) and editing. Incredibles 2 is as smooth as jazz for its strong writing, gripping screenplay and brilliant execution not only charms its way around the viewers and instead has a warm gift wrapped under its "family" sheet for them.
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JokohamaJun 20, 2018
It's really exciting and entertaining. But it's not as incredible as the first one. The characters are capable of much bigger things, but they are still in a kid movie, I guess.
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GrantD243Jun 20, 2018
Incredibles 2 does the first movie justice, but it isn't near-perfect like the first one. Story: The story of Incredibles 2 revolves around this rich brother-sister duo who want to make superheroes legal again, so they enlist the help of Mr.Incredibles 2 does the first movie justice, but it isn't near-perfect like the first one. Story: The story of Incredibles 2 revolves around this rich brother-sister duo who want to make superheroes legal again, so they enlist the help of Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, and Frozone to help generate some positive buzz so that they can get the law changed. Elastigirl ends up being their main spokesperson, and she's essentially sent out with a little camera embedded into her suit that will record her as she saves lives and defeats evil. But there is a bad dude, Screenslaver, who comes into play and is the main villain. You can probably tell where it's heading from here.

The story is definitely different than the first movie. They didn't just do a role reversal and smack a 2 at the end of the title; there is a noticeable difference in how this movie plays out, at least for the first act. There's more of a focus on the family, and less of a focus on one specific character doing superhero stuff. The individual superhero sequences are still there, but it definitely has more of a family driven vibe than the first one, which I believe was the correct direction to go. As I get to in the next section, the villain is what really brought down my score for this one. The build up was good, the family dynamic was great, the humor was spot on, but the villain didn't bring that presence that I was hoping for. The finale also seemed a bit too easy for the heroes. Characters: Jack-Jack is the star of the show here. He is the reason for most of the laughs, as he's at the center of most of the film's humor. I also enjoyed watching Mr. Incredible try to be a somewhat regular dad after always having some sort of job. It turns out even superhero dads are just...dads. It was nice to see Elastigirl get the nod this time around to be the main on-screen superhero and it was cool to see how she takes care of business. Mr. Incredible relies on his strength and determination, but Elastigirl relies on her intelligence and various stretchy abilities. The villain in this film was incredibly disappointing as a follow up to Syndrome. I was afraid that this would happen, considering how great of a villain Syndrome was, but they really went the generic route with the villain in Incredibles 2 and it disappointed me quite a bit. The villain still does its job and there are some interesting aspects to it, but...eh. Finally, I wish Frozone had more screen time in this movie...but I wish he had more screen time in the original as well. Animation: It's crazy how great animation looks these days. I didn't think I'd notice that much of a difference between the first one and this one, but there's a lot more noticeable detail (apart from the fact that everything just looks better, more crisp). Screenplay: Brad Bird wrote another solid one here. For an animated film primarily meant for a younger audience, he doesn't write the characters to where it feels like they're talking to children. I like that. Overall: Incredibles 2 is a worthy successor to The Incredibles. It has a weaker villain and I feel like the finale was not nearly as enjoyable, but everything else comes together to make it one of this year's best films.
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DufreshestJun 27, 2018
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Cinematography: 7/10 There were no awkward pauses or awkward double takes. 
Costume Design: 9.732/10 I like the way the fashion is interwoven in the film's story through Edna Mode. Besides Edna Mode, fashion is
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Cinematography: 7/10 There were no awkward pauses or awkward double takes. 

Costume Design: 9.732/10 I like the way the fashion is interwoven in the film's story through Edna Mode. Besides Edna Mode, fashion is already a part of the conversation from the beginning of the film concerning super hero attire in attendance to the meeting with Winston Deavor. Attire helps a great theme of the story concerning hiding and revealing. 

Film Editing: 9.732/10 I didn't feel like any repeat scenes were in use with voice overs. Sometimes repeat scenes are noticeable by repeated character action or awkward placement of a scene with voice overs (which will receive notice in a future review concerning another film).

Make-up and Hair-styling: 6/10 For an animation - okay - It's definitely not like Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within. At the same time, I don't think that much fine CGI handling with make-up and hair-styling is an aim of The Incredibles 2.

Sound Editing: 7.732/10 Clear, crisp, and accurate. I don't find the baby's mannerisms annoying throughout either: I actually find them more amusing through until the end of the film. There was no overkill sounds to force comedic effects. 

Visual Effects: 9.479/10 The Incredibles 2 looks solid and the visuals work very well with the film's flow. The action is well-done, simple, and not corny.

Story: 8.759/10 I like the story. The film brings about a huge timeless theme concerning hiding and revealing which people go through on a second-by-second basis. People want to be themselves and - at times, conform to their social surroundings which may be against the direction of their choosing for their life. Yet, these same people attempt to be their selves in other ways, and - at times, don't reveal their true complete self until another - like a "hero" or "heroine" in position to do so - steps forward to fight for their own rights which supports the rights of so many in hiding. The film draws heavily on the importance of being and unity, of and between, those striving for their freedoms. 
 
Acting: 8.999/10 The voices stimulate the animations. A part of the reason the film is enjoyable is heavily due to the voice acting. After watching a lot of dubbed shows, one learns to realize the importance of voice acting and the difference voice acting may have on a production - especially the final result of a production. 

Personal: The Incredibles 2 is an enjoyable film. It's definitely a film worth having in one's film library.

Overall: 8.429/10

-K.D.

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jkapJun 17, 2018
Whether it be Toy Story, Ratatouille, or the original Incredibles, Disney Pixar transports you to worlds that are easily recognizable, yet they possess a fantastical element, such as a chef rat, alive toys, or even superheroes, that allowsWhether it be Toy Story, Ratatouille, or the original Incredibles, Disney Pixar transports you to worlds that are easily recognizable, yet they possess a fantastical element, such as a chef rat, alive toys, or even superheroes, that allows the viewer to enter a setting that feels familiar yet new at the same time. These situations foster a sense of intrigue and future attachment to the film's storyline for the audience, where the only question becomes: "When will there be more?" And for Pixar's "Incredibles 2," Brad Bird delivers just that. Bird allows his fans to enter that same world that feels nostalgic to those who grew up in the early 60s, yet almost new at the same time, where the laser gates to Edna Mode's home or Mr. Incredible's "Incredible Mobile" work in parallel to the life the other citizens are living. At my screening of the film, I think only a few kids were present, as the rest of us were either in our late teens or early 20s and 30s, proving that with a great storyline and a drive to create something fresh and vibrant, then, even 14 years later, Pixar's animation captures our inner kid inside us all. Therefore, if I had to sum up Incredible's 2 in one word, it would be no other than "incredible." Expand
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bennyburyJun 28, 2018
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somerjaxJun 16, 2018
age 13+ Incredibly Disappointing
Who was this movie made for? My young kids were terrified in the fight scenes, especially the one with the pizza guy in the cage. The content was way over my kids heads and there were quite a few instances
age 13+ Incredibly Disappointing
Who was this movie made for? My young kids were terrified in the fight scenes, especially the one with the pizza guy in the cage. The content was way over my kids heads and there were quite a few instances that used adult language. Pixar and Disney has lost my trust. They're moving further from their roots. We almost walked out 1/4 of the way through. So sad. They were even drinking alcohol in one of the scenes. Bad, real bad.
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ZalmarusJun 15, 2018
Incredibly over rated. The original was one of pixars worst movies and part 2 is outshined by recent Disney/Pixar animated features like Tangled / Coco / The Good Dinosaur.
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JakuziJun 16, 2018
Pathetic. Yes, these are all the same characters, but already in a different soup. The plot is sucked from the finger, constant unreasonable quarrels of heroes, weak humor, disgusting soundtrack. I watched the first part of the film the dayPathetic. Yes, these are all the same characters, but already in a different soup. The plot is sucked from the finger, constant unreasonable quarrels of heroes, weak humor, disgusting soundtrack. I watched the first part of the film the day before going to the movies. To fresh my memories. After 14 years this is still an incredible film, which can not be said about the 2nd part. Incredibly boring. Expand
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Zz7749Jun 19, 2018
Warning to parents-
Incredibles 2 has cartoons swearing in it!
This is completely appropriate for a children's show! This was a big disappointment.
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devo-ncJun 18, 2018
That was excruciating. Sadly this is the first-ever Pixar movie that doesn't let you feel a moment.
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JPKJun 22, 2018
Worth The 14 Year Wait
This Film Is Another Pixar Masterpiece From Start To Finish.
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FreedomFightersJul 4, 2018
I'm usually not quite as specific with my film reviews as I am with my game reviews, but I'm gonna sum things up even quicker here: after 14 years, it's everything we could've hoped for. Gorgeous animation, the same great characters we knowI'm usually not quite as specific with my film reviews as I am with my game reviews, but I'm gonna sum things up even quicker here: after 14 years, it's everything we could've hoped for. Gorgeous animation, the same great characters we know and love, some nice new characters, interesting and clever writing and a few nice surprises help round out this fantastic sequel the world has waited plenty of years for. Now, Pixar, a quick word: I want to say, just because you made a video before the film thanking us for waiting for the film, that doesn't repair the damage. If you plan to make a third one, PLEASE don't make us wait 14 more years. Please and thank you. Expand
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section20mi6Jul 1, 2018
A nice reminisce of an all-time classic animated film about superheroes, Incredibles 2 does not surpass its predecessor in any ways but still manages to be likable among all.
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