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The Incredibles 2 (****1/2) shows us the other side

Incredibles 2 – 2018

Written and Directed by Brad Bird
Starring (voices)  Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell, Huck Milner, Samuel L. Jackson, Bob Odenkirk, Catherine Keener, Brad Bird, Jonathan Banks… 544 more words

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'Incredibles 2' - 14 Years in the Making - Worth It?

Brad Bird, writer/director of the original 2004 Pixar classic, ‘The Incredibles’, has returned to his creation, picking up directly after the events of the first film, furthering the trials and tribulations of a family of superheroes.  500 more words

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Movie Review: Incredibles 2

So, I don’t need to talk much about how long it took for this movie to come out. However, I will say that it was… 1,391 more words

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...play to your strengths

Sequels can be a sore subject amongst film fans. All too often they fail to live up to the original and in some cases undo some of the greatness that once was, but every now and then a sequel comes along that reminds why we keep trying and what great episodic storytelling can do. 492 more words

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'Incredibles 2' Review

Director: Brad Bird

Writer: Brad Bird

Stars: Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Samuel L. Jackson

Plot Summary: Bob Parr (Mr. Incredible) is left to care for Jack-Jack while Helen (Elastigirl) is out saving the world. 776 more words

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Incredibles 2 (2018) Review

A FUN SUPERHERO SEQUEL

In 2004, Pixar released The Incredibles, their sixth animated feature film. Directed by Brad Bird, the film, who had the voice talents of Craig T. 3,598 more words

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Film Review: The Incredibles 2 Is Mr. Mom As a Superhero Movie

The Incredibles 2 is an incredible sequel to a movie I don’t actually love.

That’s right – I don’t love the first Incredibles movie. Even though it’s regularly regarded as being one of the finest superhero movies ever and often ranked near the top in any listing of Pixar’s best, Incredibles has always been something I appreciated more than I enthusiastically endorsed. 1,002 more words

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