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The Incredibles

The Incredibles (2004)

Bob Parr has given up his superhero days to log in time as an insurance adjuster and raise his three children with his formerly heroic wife in suburbia. But when he receives a mysterious assignment, it's time to get back into costume.

Directors: John Howley

Cast: Irene Cara, Edward Asner, Carol Channing, Dom DeLuise, and Phyllis Diller

Release Date: October 24, 2004

6 Movie Reviews
  • deborahchien
    deborahchien29 days55 popcorn
    The movie the Incredibles is about a family of super heroes that have amazing superpowers, but the goverment doesn't allow them to use them. In the end, they have to use their powers to save their father.
    • ballet_dancer
      ballet_danceralmost 4 years44 popcorn
      This movie is the Incredibles 1. This was better than the Incredibles 2. I really like how the kids also helped their parents. My favorite character is Violet!!!!
      • Yuko Chenabout 4 years
        Is This movie is so crazy
        • Yuko Chenover 4 years
          This movie is so crazy
          • CHAD WILD CLAY over 4 years
            I think it is amazing 🙂🤗🤩😘🥰😁
            • xxhoneyxx
              xxhoneyxxover 4 years44 popcornFeatured
              Everyone needs heroes. Except the good people of Metroville. They’ve had enough of ’em. The city has been slapped with so many lawsuits from property owners, people injured during rescues and suicidal citizens who didn’t want to be saved, that it has forced caped crusaders and Spandex-clad defenders of justice into early retirement. One of those superhuman few (treated like a mob informant in need of witness relocation) is Bob Parr, aka Mr. Incredible. We next encounter Mr. Incredible, ahem, Bob, trapped in a corporate cubicle, living the subdued life of an insurance claims adjuster. The only bright spot in his secluded suburban existence is his similarly closeted superhero wife, the rubber-limbed Elastigirl, who neighbors know as Helen. For 15 years the devoted couple suppress their powers and do the best they can to be "ordinary."