Incredibles 2 is a computer-animated superhero film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. It is a sequel to the 2004 film The Incredibles.
Why It Rocks
- The movie still has a unique twist on superhero films, where it focuses more on what superheroes do as a normal family than just the action, lasers, and explosions.
- The animation is a major step up from the first film.
- The voice acting is very good. In fact, Dash's new voice actor Huck Milner is a suitable successor to the character's original voice actor Spencer Fox, who is now an adult with a deeper voice.
- Its animation is a well and upgraded improvement.
- The action scenes are once again excellent, exciting, and fast paced. What helps this more is the Wannabe Supers being introduced into the story, allowing for some memorable powers.
- It is more character focused, building on the already existing characters while adding new additions.
- Likable and relatable characters just like before, with the Parrs still being relatable as a normal family.
- The movie is still extremely funny with some great humor, especially with Helen and Bob switching roles allowing for some funny moments with Bob taking care of the kids.
- A fantastic soundtrack.
- We get to finally see the battle between the Incredibles and the Underminer at the beginning of the film, since it starts immediately after the events of the first film (And no, the video game Rise of the Underminer does not count).
- The idea of The Screenslaver is quite interesting.
- The villain's reveal is very surprising and dramatic.
- Even though Elastigirl is the main focus, we get to take a break from her so we can focus on Bob.
- The backstory of Evelyn and Winston’s parents being killed by robbers is very emotional (which led to Evelyn becoming villainous).
- A scene in the film triggers seizures in people affected by photosensitive epilepsy or other photo sensivities due to the rapid flashes in it. However, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Senior Vice President Ken Caldwell immediately took action as soon as the issue was brought to his attention and suggested movie theatres owners to post a notice to warn movie-goers about the risk.