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Dec 15, 2004 | The Incredibles Movie Review

Movie Review for The Incredibles (2004)

Directed by: Brad Bird
Starring: (voices) Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Samuel L. Jackson
Rated: PG
Runs: 121 min

Creators of Toy Story, A Bug’s Life, Monsters, Inc. and Nemo, Pixar Studios has done it again. With vivid and lifelike animations that make it a joy to see, The Incredibles made animation graphics all the more real. Following the demise of the superhero community as a result of several scandals, Mr. Incredibles is forced to take up the secluded life and soul of Bob Parr, an insurance agent. His longing for rescuing and being heroes has never waned, however, and the perfect opportunity is given in a high-paying, thrilling adventure to rescue and to save. What Bob/Mr. Incredible fails to realise, however, is the more sinister side to the adventure, and the consequences it might have on the welfare of his super-hero family… Great storyline, edge-of-your-seat action, amazing graphic rendering. Great for those who’ve always wanted to be a hero of sorts, or for those who want to spend some time for a good, fun movie. 8 of 10.

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