Incredibles 2

Incredibles 2

DVD - 2018 | Widescreen edition
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Bob Parr, Mr. Incredible, has unwittingly demonstrated repeatedly that Supers can cause as much damage as villains while protecting the world, which causes his wife -- Elastigirl -- to be chosen as the face of a movement to make Supers legal again. Still, it will take the entire gang to take down a new supervillain bent on mind-controlling the entire world!
Publisher: Burbank, California : Buena Vista Home Entertainment, [2018]
Edition: Widescreen edition
Branch Call Number: DVD INCRE
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (approximately 118 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
4 3/4 in
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shilohsmom
Dec 08, 2018

Standard cartoon fare for these days. I didn't love it but I didn't hate it, either (Now there's some high praise, right? lol). The only thing funny about this movie was JackJack, especially when he was being just a baby. The other downside was that the sound effects and the soundtrack were very loud and the dialogue could barely be heard. It could have been so much better. Maybe little kids would think this was funny, but not me.

IndyPL_JillL Dec 06, 2018

It was fun. I was ready to be disappointed, but I wasn't.

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jfd5
Dec 05, 2018

Disappointing...not like the first one. Glad to have seen it but glad I borrowed it and didn't pay admission at the cinema

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scribby
Dec 05, 2018

The baby steals the show.

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MrVampire
Dec 04, 2018

Jack Jack steals the show and I sincerely hope the racoon, heckbent on revenge, comes back as the main villain in Incredibles 3.

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memoral
Nov 29, 2018

Could have been 15 minutes shorter. Tried to cram too many messages into the plot. "Coco" was much better.

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ArtWizard
Nov 26, 2018

yup i say it was alright but the fist one was a lot better i thought with so much time to make the second one it would have been just as good or maybe even better but no the story chaged to much to lot of action to not as much the family was not envoled in the story of the action like the fist so not as good

CMLibrary_gjd_0 Nov 26, 2018

I wanted to like this more than I did; guess that's the problem with sequels, huh?!

The latest movie finds the Parrs in trouble yet again with their government handler being forced to retire, leaving the family in the lurch. Just when things are at their bleakest, Helen is offered a job by Winston and Evelyn Deavor. The Deavors hope Helen can help them make heroes legal again. What follows is a typical family humor film, with Dad having problems raising the kids.

I really enjoyed Bob Odenkirk as Winston and I spent a lot of the movie trying to figure out who played his sister (Catherine Keener). Brad Bird hit it out of the park again as Edna.

This movie was pretty good, just not what the first one was and I guess it's pretty bad form to complain about that. (however, I will anyway :) )

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Mozart99
Nov 24, 2018

I haven't actually watch this but I'm excited to!!!

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violet_dog_11305
Nov 21, 2018

SHAME ON THIS MOVIE! MY POINT OF VIEW...

SEXUAL CONTENT
When Violet leaves a room in a huff, Dash turns to father Bob and asks, “Is she having adolescence?” Indeed she is—with all the emotional turmoil that accompanies it—due to a complicated (but innocent) crush on a kid named Tony Rydinger.

VIOLENT CONTENT
Winston sidelines Bob from his publicity push to stay away from indiscriminate wanton destruction (bad PR, that). Still, this is a superhero movie: Wanton destruction is par for the Parrs.

Massive vehicles, from a subterranean drill to a runaway monorail to a huge seagoing ship, imperil lots of people (and do sometimes cause significant property damage). Superheroes sometimes sweep people out of the way of danger or, in one case, actually push them out of a helicopter (into a body of water below). Superheroes engage in frenetic fights with villains and other enslaved superheroes: People get slugged and kicked and slammed into walls. One guy tries to crush another with (literally) tons of metal. Good guys strain their muscles and powers to the limit to put the brakes on out-of-control machines. Elastigirl’s ability comes from stretching her body into some pretty outlandish shapes (including a couple of times, flattening herself out to form a parachute): She doesn’t seem to be in pain, but I found myself thinking, That can’t be all that comfortable.

Jack-Jack’s first archnemesis proves to be a raccoon: In trying to stop the critter’s invasion of the family trash can, Jack-Jack unleashes a variety of weapons, including lasers that shoot out of his eyes (and cut down the umbrella that the raccoon is clinging to). The two wrassle out in the yard, too, though neither seems to be particularly damaged.

An intense scene in a dark, creepy room includes some jumpy moments that won't bother adults or older kids, but might frighten or startle younger viewers.

The Parrs stay at a posh, neo-modern house festooned with neato-keano accoutrements launched with a button push or two. Dash gets a little overzealous, sending furniture and, briefly, his dad, into pools of water that just opened up. He and Bob also play with the remote control for Mr. Incredible’s old, souped-up car: The vehicle, though, is owned by another man, and when the car starts vrooming around and prepares to launch some (presumably lethal) rockets, the owner becomes understandably worried. (Dash eventually “borrows” the car for some do-gooding, and the vehicle's ejector seats catapult him and Violet to where they need to go.)

In flashback, we learn that Winston and Evelyn’s father was killed by criminals. We see the crooks walk in on the man (nervously dialing a no-longer-manned superhero hotline), but don’t see the actual, lethal assault. Characters also brandish cartoon guns at times.

CRUDE OR PROFANE LANGUAGE
Incredibles 2 is hardly a profane mess, but it does contain one use each of “d--n,” “h---” and “crap.” There are at least two misuses of God’s name as well as one utterance of "oh Lord." We also hear the crudity “sucked.” Two other unfinished phrases may suggest harsher profanities.

DRUG AND ALCOHOL CONTENT
Helen and others drink wine and cocktails at parties and the like.

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violet_dog_11305
Nov 21, 2018

Other: ALCOHOL CONTENT Helen and others drink wine and cocktails at parties and the like.

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violet_dog_11305
Nov 21, 2018

Sexual Content: When Violet leaves a room in a huff, Dash turns to father Bob and asks, “Is she having adolescence?” Indeed she is—with all the emotional turmoil that accompanies it—due to a complicated (but innocent) crush on a kid named Tony Rydinger.

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violet_dog_11305
Nov 21, 2018

Coarse Language: Incredibles 2 is hardly a profane mess, but it does contain one use each of “d--n,” “h---” and “crap.” There are at least two misuses of God’s name as well as one utterance of "oh Lord." We also hear the crudity “sucked.” Two other unfinished phrases may suggest harsher profanities.

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black_panther_1845
Oct 02, 2018

Coarse Language: Only a little curse words but you should still be aware.

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