By now you should know that Disney provided hotel and transportation for us to attend the Incredibles 2 Press Day and movie screening. So I’ve been dying to give you the full low down on how much you are going to love Incredibles 2 now in theaters. Yes, it’s now, so head on over to Fandango and get your tickets. It’s already broke records in pre-sales you guys so get your tickets, you’ll thank me.
Incredibles 2 begins at the point the The Incredibles left off. I mean yeah, it ends and then Incredibles 2 begins. Of course if you watch them back to back you will notice how much the animation has improved in almost 15 years. But otherwise, the characters all feel the same and are mostly the same. There was only one actor that was replaced and that was because hello Dash didn’t age but the actor did. So newcomer, Huck Milner has taken on that roll and was amazing.
The Parr family disguised at The Incredibles must defeat the Underminer. :
And as always chaos ensues and they have to go back into hiding. Being a Super is still illegal. However, someone wants to change that. Winston Deavor (Bob Odenkirk) and his sister Evelyn Deavor (Catherine Keener)want to make being a Super legal again. They come up with a plan to have Elastigirl save a few people and do a few hero things and then the world will beg for the supers to come back. But is it that simple?
There is a new bad guy out there and that might ruin everything. Plus, can Bob Parr (Craig T. Nelson) handle being a dad. Every scene where he was struggling to be the dad reminded me of the movie Cheaper By the Dozen. The role reversal and the phone call when Helen Parr was checking on everyone. The only difference is poor Bob, his baby is much more special than most.
And who he went to for help was so surprising.
I found Incredibles 2 to be a very fun family film. It’s an adventure and all the characters were fully developed and I’m having a hard time deciding if I like JackJack the most or if Frozone is. They both were amazing in different ways and you’ll see what I’m talking about when you go see Incredibles 2.
Is it safe for the whole family?
I say yes. There is one bad word, and I’ll be honest and tell you that I didn’t even notice it. It was other people that told me it was in there.
Is there any violence or scary scenes?
It’s a super hero movie, so yes there is a little violence and maybe it’s a little scary for a second. This movie is so fun and captures the innocence of super heroes and in animation it’s not very intense. I’ve seen other cartoons with way more violence. This is amazing to watch and completely safe in my opinion. I would take any age child that could sit through a movie.
I say, go see Incredibles 2 and go see it now.
And if you aren’t convinced check out all our other Incredibles 2 coverage:
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