Director: Brad Bird
Producer: John Walker, Nicole Paradis Grindle
Writer: Brad Bird
Cast: Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowel, Huck Milner, and Samuel L. Jackson
Fourteen years ago Pixar introduced the movie goers to a family of superheros who couldn’t be heroes anymore. But when faced with a challenge once again donned their costumes to fight against evil. And there it left us hanging. Would Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl be allowed to come out of retirement? What about the laws against superheroes? Not to mention did people really want the return of superheroes?
Pixar takes up the story from where it left off fourteen years ago and answers all those questions and more! In Incredibles 2 a multimillionaire sees the Incredibles and Frozone fighting the giant robot that was attacking the city and is excited to see that the supers have returned. And contacts Frozone .
The millionaire’s plan is simple using Elastigirl generate good publicity for supers and get the law changed. And that is exactly what happens. Elastigirl goes out crime fighting while Mr. Incredible, Bob, stays home and tries to be both mother and father. And surprise, surprise he is doing a good job until they find that the baby, Jack Jack, has a plethora of super powers! Because of the importance of what Elastigirl is doing they hide from her that Jack jack is super which causes Bob to be stressed to the point that the kids call in Frozone. When Frozone sees what is happening he tells them that they need professional help. So Bob takes the baby to Edna. Edna is fascinated with the baby and takes him off Bob’s hands which allows him to get the sleep that he has missed, Bob returns to Edna’s, (and the sequence of the baby and Edna has to be seen to believe it is great) to find that she’s designed a super suit that practically neutralizes the baby’s powers and makes him easier to handle.
At the same time something is up with the villain that Elastigirl is fighting. Everything isn’t what it seems and Elastigirl is trying to find out who is behind the curtain pulling all the strings.
This follow-up to The Incredibles is great and excellent family fare I give it five stars.