Disney Pixar’s Incredibles 2 brings back everyone’s favorite family of superheores in an exciting, hilarious and heartfelt super-sequel. This new chapter sees Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack encounter a brand new nemesis that puts their power and their family to the ultimate test. Stylized, poseable figures from the movie. Collect the entire family in one pack of five: Elastigirl, Mr. Incredible, Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack. For use with Incredibles 2 Junior Hydroliner Playset. Intended for kids ages 3+
- Welcome our Incredible Junior Supers Figures
- 5 pack Includes Elastigirl, Mr. Incredible, Violet, Dash, and Jack Jack
- Figures are poseable
- For use with Incredibles 2 Junior Hydroliner Playset (Sold Separately)
- Intended for kids ages 3+
The sequel to the extremely successful animated film of 2020 is coming out next year and the initial reviews for The Incredibles has been very positive. With the original movie still topping the box office, many parents are choosing to introduce their children to this well-known story, especially since it was originally written for an audience of young children. The sequel will be directed by Brad Bird and also stars Holly Hunter and Samuel L. Jackson. Both of them were also cast in the original movie, and this time around they will reprise their roles as the two main protagonists, Elastigirl and Dash.
The first movie featured a super-powered pump, known as Rubber Man, who was created from a deadly plant that was accidentally left in an airplane’s hold. After being introduced to his mother, the memory of the horrific plane crash that caused his birth starts to come back to him. His mother had left him on a tree in the rain forest to keep him safe while her husband goes off to fight in World War II. The family eventually becomes stranded in the woods and Rubber Man is left alone with no water or food. In order to survive the harsh conditions he decides to devise a plan to find his way home.
The Incredibles centers on his mother, Helen, a computer scientist who uses the car-wash fortune to give her son a very comfortable life. She tries to protect him from the world by letting him get in trouble at the car wash, but she does not understand why she cannot use her powers to make herself invisible when she wants to. In order to help him regain his ability to use his powers, she transfers him to a special school for super-powered kids. There he is placed in the super-powered class and finds a new friend in the form of a sentient water pump named Mr. Incredible. Together, the two can fly, withstand freezing temperatures, and fight crime in their own ways.
The Incredibles also stars John Deere(Hannah Montana) as his best friend, Mr. Incredible’s best friend, Dash the wiggler, another boy with special powers, and three children that have extraordinary abilities. Of course, the most notable character is Jack-Jack Boy, played by Bingbing Fan. This fearless guy is the most important hero in the film, and he lives in a world of his own.
The film also establishes a strong bond between Jack-Jack and Mr. Incredible and, although their friendship is not developed as much as it could have been, the two form a close bond. It is the center of the film’s theme of acceptance between good and evil. For those who are looking for a gentle film, then this movie might not be your thing.
As for the visuals, the hand-animated animation is great and that is evident from the way the scene pans, zooms, and shifts between many different views. The action scenes, however, were animated in a way that looked old and dated and did not look as good as it should have. They also acted like the cameras were never in place, so all of the action looked fake. Despite these problems, however, the story and characters of The Incredibles are very likable and there is a lot of heart, if not exactly a lot of blood, in this movie.
However, The Incredibles had some flaws in its plot and in the ending. In particular, the conclusion of the movie that was meant to be a spectacular battle with the Incredibles turned into a surprisingly downbeat film. It was supposed to be the end of the movie but instead ended as a horrible ending.
If you enjoy animated films then The Incredibles is an excellent option for you. I would also recommend the original movie to all children and adults and the sequel is definitely worth the wait. It’s a fun, entertaining story with many relatable characters and an exciting conclusion.