Mild spoilers for The Incredibles 2 ahead, mostly having to do with how sexy the movie is. Bless Brad Bird for bringing two incredibly good Incredibles movies into the world. It also seems to have set an internet record for thirst, as thousands and thousands of people look at Elastigirl and go, damn.
Robert Parr a. Incredible voiced by Craig T. Nelson in the films, Pete Docter in Mr.
Wether or not you're enjoying the Pixar superhero classic, Mr. Incredible is definitely on the brain of Disney and superhero fans everywhere. The Incredibles is considered by many to be the greatest superhero movie of all time, but the movie's main protagonist, Mr. Incredible, might not be the squeaky clean superhero some might think he is.
Quite probably three of my favourite ladies across all of Disney and Pixar animation, and all contained within one franchise. Flawed, complicated, unique killer queens. So thank you, Brad Bird, for these icons really and please sir, can I have some more Evelyn for the, hopefully, inevitable number 3.
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In case you missed it, the official teaser trailer for the upcoming Incredibles sequel dropped over the weekend and audiences are hyped. It has piled up more than 20 million views in 5 days, and many moviegoers including this writer are already planning to buy tickets. The original was released 13 years ago and it remains arguably the greatest superhero movie of all time.
The Incredibles is Pixar 's sixth feature film, released inan affectionately parodic Decon-Recon Switch of the Superhero genre, happily lampshading on many conventions. Its plot bears a resemblance to Watchmenalthough the tone is nowhere near as dark. That said, it's easily in the running for the darkest film Disney's ever been involved with — surpassed in number of onscreen deaths only by Pirates of the Caribbean — with tons of Black Comedy besides.