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Bob Parr has given up his superhero days to log in time as an insurance adjuster and raise his three children and his formerly heroic wife in suburbia. He receives a mysterious assignment, and it's time to get back into costume. One of the many unique elements about the story is that it shows the vulnerability of superheroes and that these heroes are just like everyday people. There's always something happening and never allows for a dull moment to hit the screen. The writing is quite witty, clever, and funny for all ages. The jokes for children may make older audiences chuckle, but the adult humor will slip right under a child's nose.
The voice acting cast includes Craig T. Nelson, Jason Lee, Samuel L. Jackson, Elizabeth Peña, and Holly Hunter. Each character matches his or her voice and the dialogue flows smoothy. It's amazing how much terrific voice acting can cause the characters to feel lifelike.
It's not surprising that The Incredibles looks so stunning, since it's from Pixar. Every frame on screen is realistic. Small details such as the character's hair being three dimensional popped out. This has an enormous effect when these small components are done correctly. The visuals are obviously fantastic, but the audio is astonishing. The Incredibles won an academy award for best sound effects. The entire movie is rather staggering in its graphics.
Pixar has done it again and made a sensational movie. The replay value on this is extraordinary and can be watched a million times. This is a movie for the entire family and has humor for each and every member of the group. The Incredibles is certainly and incredible movie and is highly recommended.
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