History WesternAnimation / TheIncredibles

28th Apr '17 7:59:29 PM Mdumas43073
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'''''The Incredibles''''' is {{Creator/Pixar}}'s sixth film, released in 2004, an [[AffectionateParody affectionately parodic]] DeconReconSwitch of the Superhero genre, happily [[LampshadeHanging hanging lampshades]] on many conventions. Its {{plot}} bears a resemblance to ''{{ComicBook/Watchmen}}'', although the tone is nowhere near as dark. That said, it's easily in the running for the darkest film Disney's ever been involved with -- surpassed in number of onscreen deaths only by ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' -- with tons of BlackComedy besides. It marks two firsts for the studio: their first with humans as the main characters and their first to be helmed by [[Creator/BradBird an out-of-studio filmmaker]].

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'''''The Incredibles''''' ''The Incredibles'' is {{Creator/Pixar}}'s Creator/{{Pixar}}'s sixth feature film, released in 2004, an [[AffectionateParody affectionately parodic]] DeconReconSwitch of the Superhero genre, happily [[LampshadeHanging hanging lampshades]] on many conventions. Its {{plot}} bears a resemblance to ''{{ComicBook/Watchmen}}'', although the tone is nowhere near as dark. That said, it's easily in the running for the darkest film Disney's ever been involved with -- surpassed in number of onscreen deaths only by ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' -- with tons of BlackComedy besides. It marks two firsts for the studio: their first with humans as the main characters and their first to be helmed by [[Creator/BradBird an out-of-studio filmmaker]].
27th Apr '17 8:32:30 AM KShah
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** Bob and Helen pinching eachothers' butts while in the house

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** Bob and Helen pinching eachothers' each others' butts while in the househouse.
27th Apr '17 8:31:14 AM KShah
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** Bob and Helen pinching eachothers' butts while in the house
** Helen 1) suggestively pulls Bob back into the house while in her dressing gown and 2) stretches her arms from off screen (implying that she's not wearing anything) to pull Bob back in after he's walking out the front door. Not to mention him laughing and eagerly going back in both times!
18th Apr '17 1:46:37 AM LogicallyInsane
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** There's also VHS players, which didn't come out until late 70s.
17th Apr '17 4:19:33 PM LogicallyInsane
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* AnachronismStew: The story seems to take place in 1960s, but they have computers that function similarily to what we have today. Even the one seen in Bob's office, despite it's retro design, would be out of place for that time period.
5th Apr '17 3:37:58 AM DustSnitch
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* CostumeEvolution: Edna Mode makes new costumes for the family after Bob keeps needing his older suit repaired.



* CostumeEvolution: Edna Mode makes new costumes for the family after Bob keeps needing his older suit repaired.

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* CostumeEvolution: CoversAlwaysLie: Contrary to the poster above, Jack-Jack is never shown in the super suit designed by Edna Mode makes new costumes for the family after Bob keeps needing his older suit repaired.Mode.



* CoversAlwaysLie: Contrary to the poster above, [[spoiler: Jack-Jack]] is never shown in the super suit designed by Edna Mode.
5th Apr '17 3:33:59 AM DustSnitch
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* ComplainingAboutRescuesTheyDontLike: [[spoiler: Mr. Incredible finds himself being sued by Oliver Sansweet, a suicidal man whom Bob prevented from jumping off a building, injuring him in the process]].
-->'''Lawyer''': [[spoiler: Mr. Sansweet didn't ask to be saved, Mr. Sansweet didn't ''want'' to be saved, and the injuries caused by Mr. Incredible's 'actions', so-called, causes him daily pain!]]
-->'''Mr. Incredible: ''[furious]'' Hey I saved your life!
-->'''Sansweet''': [[spoiler: You didn't save my life, you ruined my death's what you did!]]

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* ComplainingAboutRescuesTheyDontLike: [[spoiler: Mr. Incredible finds himself being sued by Oliver Sansweet, a suicidal man whom Bob prevented from jumping off a building, injuring him in the process]].
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-->'''Lawyer''': [[spoiler: Mr. Sansweet didn't ask to be saved, Mr. Sansweet didn't ''want'' to be saved, and the injuries caused by Mr. Incredible's 'actions', so-called, causes him daily pain!]]
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-->'''Mr. Incredible: Incredible''': ''[furious]'' Hey Hey, I saved your life!
-->'''Sansweet''': [[spoiler: You didn't save my life, you ruined my death's what you did!]]did!
5th Apr '17 3:01:39 AM outlander2012
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* ComplainingAboutRescuesTheyDontLike: [[spoiler: Mr. Incredible finds himself being sued by Oliver Sansweet, a suicidal man whom Bob prevented from jumping off a building, injuring him in the process]].
-->'''Lawyer''': [[spoiler: Mr. Sansweet didn't ask to be saved, Mr. Sansweet didn't ''want'' to be saved, and the injuries caused by Mr. Incredible's 'actions', so-called, causes him daily pain!]]
-->'''Mr. Incredible: ''[furious]'' Hey I saved your life!
-->'''Sansweet''': [[spoiler: You didn't save my life, you ruined my death's what you did!]]
4th Apr '17 5:38:11 PM nombretomado
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For information on the [=DVD=] shorts ''Jack-Jack Attack'' and ''Mr. Incredible and Pals'', see the PixarShorts page.

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For information on the [=DVD=] shorts ''Jack-Jack Attack'' and ''Mr. Incredible and Pals'', see the PixarShorts WesternAnimation/PixarShorts page.



** Director Brad Bird voices Edna. This wasn't originally intended, but producers thought his "scratch", or guidance performance, was good enough. This happens frequently at {{Pixar}}. According to commentary, Brad Bird initially wanted someone else (Lily Tomlin) to voice Edna Mode. When he called her and gave a demonstration of what he wanted the voice to sound like, she laughed and asked him what he needed her for. He already had the voice down!

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** Director Brad Bird voices Edna. This wasn't originally intended, but producers thought his "scratch", or guidance performance, was good enough. This happens frequently at {{Pixar}}.Creator/{{Pixar}}. According to commentary, Brad Bird initially wanted someone else (Lily Tomlin) to voice Edna Mode. When he called her and gave a demonstration of what he wanted the voice to sound like, she laughed and asked him what he needed her for. He already had the voice down!
31st Mar '17 9:17:22 AM Intelleblue
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** The "Kronos" carving [[spoiler:in the cavern where Mr. Incredible discovers the skeletal remains of Gazerbeam. It's the password to Syndrome's computer]].

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** The "Kronos" carving [[spoiler:in the cavern where Mr. Incredible discovers the skeletal remains of Gazerbeam. It's the password to Syndrome's computer]].computer, and the name of Syndrome's [[EvilPlan evil plan]]]].
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