Oswald Reviews: Pixar Movies (The Incredibles)

Here’s another one I have in my collection of Disney-Pixar DVD’s. This is one that I have watched millions of times through my lifetime. But what do I think of it? Let’s see.

Story: After the people decide superheroes are no use to them anymore, Mr. Incredible and his wife, Elastigirl, are now loving normal lives as Bob and Helen Par.

After being secretly asked to fight a robot, Bob goes back to his super days.

Interesting plot. But like Monsters Inc, the plot can be a bit complicated. Various ideas and scenes are beong thown at you.

But here it works better than Monsters Inc. Mainly because this film had a more complex premise. And don’t all Brad Bird movies work like that?

But the story was good. It gave some surprises every once and a while. I can’t no one copied this plot already.

…what? Iron Man 3? Oh…

Animation: Pixar animation plus great character designs, explosions, gorgeous simulations, and realistic scenery.

Characters: Boy, these characters are good. Each character has a power relating to their personally. Bob is strong amd powerful, Violet just wants to blend in, Dash is hyper and so on.

Not only are they well developed, but they are lovable and memorable. They have a defining personality to them.

In conclusion, this is a film with great characters and beautiful animation, but an iffy story. It’s just like all the Brad Bird animated films. Though the story can get a bit confused, the characters and the animation are what keeps this film strong.

See you later, Animators!

Story: 7
Animation: 9
Characters: 9
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Total: 8.3 (rounding off to 8)

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