Incredibles is an instant classic
By Breana Bellinger | Staff Writer |
“Honey?” “What?” “Where’s my supersuit?” “What?” “WHERE IS MY SUPERSUIT?!”
The Incredibles is a Pixar and a multi-genre movie that was directed by Brad Bird and released on Nov. 5, 2004. It featured a lot of brilliant actors, such as Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Samuel L. Jackson, John Ratzenberger, etc. It also had great ratings from IMDb, which was 8/10, Common Sense Media, which was 5/5, and Metacritic, which was 90 percent.
The Incredibles is about two married superheroes named Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl who were forced to live among regular citizens after all super-powered activities have been banned by the government. While Mr. Incredible loves his wife and three kids, whose names are Dash, Violet, and Jack-Jack, he also longs to return to a life of adventure. He is given the opportunity to do so when he is summoned to Nomanisan Island to fight a robot called an Omnidroid. Soon, Mr. Incredible is in trouble, and it’s up to his family to save him.
The movie is around 1 hour and 56 minutes, which is a good amount of time for families to enjoy the mix of action and comedy sequences. It had interesting facts, too. For example, the original title of the film was “The Invincibles” and it was the first Pixar movie to receive a PG rating.
I loved this movie a lot because it had a lot of funny moments, an excellent soundtrack, and great action. It also had a good message for children and adults. The only downside was that when it had a sequel, it took 14 years for it to be made. Other than that, this movie is a good place to start if you’re getting into Pixar movies.