The big family fight against the giant robot ... which was only surpassed by The Incredibles fighting together against Syndrome's mooks.
Hell, Syndrome's entrance in general.
Dash running on water.
Dash's LAUGH when running on water.
Mr Incredible stopping a police chase, catching a bank robber, and rescuing a kitten stuck in a tree, all in one move.
"I love our family!"
"The Greater Good?! I am your wife. I'm the greatest Goooooodyou EVER gon' get!" It gets even better when you realize that whoever this woman is A little trivia, Honey Best was voiced by singer, rapper and songwriter Kimberly Adair Clark, she is telling off FUCKING SAMUEL L. JACKSON.
A behind-the-scenes example has to go to Holly Hunter for actually learning what the radio protocol for pilots actually meant. The result... a nail-bitingly intense scene that doesn't feel scripted or acted, which for an animated film is truly mind-blowing.
Elastigirl knocking Mirage out for the count. Yes, she did it under a wrong assumption, but knowing what Elastigirl thinks is going on is enough to see it from her side. Plus, I laugh at Mirage's expression every time. Elastigirl must have one hell of a punch.
The fights on the island:
Mr. Incredible gets his groove back.
Elastigirl infiltrates the base and rescues her husband without being noticed at all.
Dash and Violet using their powers professionally for the first time and learning that, yes, they're super, and they can hold their own against fully grown bad guys.
After thinking his family was murdered by Syndrome, Mr. Incredible threatens to kill Mirage. Later when she tends to him we see he's a clearly broken man with nothing left to lose, so he grabs her by the throat like he's going to crush her skull, demanding what else they can do to him.
Actually, his refusal to kill her the first time, even with Syndrome taunting him to do it, is awesome in an entirely different way. Even with "nothing to lose", Mr. Incredible sticks to his beliefs.
Mirage: He's not weak, you know. Valuing life is not weakness — and disregarding it is not strength.
Mirage calling out Syndrome over him not trying to save her, leading to her Heel-Face Turn.
And before that, basically giving a giant "screw you" to his skinflint boss Mr. Huph with every one of his customers that he helps navigate the bureaucracy that makes up Insuri Care's claim system so they can get the money they are entitled to under their coverage.
The Omni Droid gets one when it turns on Syndrome and sends him flying across the city.
A random foot soldier manages to avoid The Guards Must Be Crazy. When Violet tuns invisible in an attempt to hide from him, he just throws some dust on her.
It also gives further credibility to Elastigirl's warning that these villains are not Saturday-morning cartoon villains and are a serious threat to their lives.
Syndrome owning Mr. Incredible in pretty much all of their confrontations. Not bad for someone who once was completely useless...
Violet freeing herself and her family from Syndrome's energy-powered restraint. Not even Mr Incredible (whose Super Strength is so great he has to lift trains to put on some muscle) could do anything... And she easily freed herself by blocking the energy flux with her forcefield, used the ball-shaped forcefield to roll to the controls, and deactivated the restraints with a grin on her face.
"Well, I think Dad has made some excellent progress today, but I think itís time we wind down now."
The babysitter, Kari, managing to mitigate the damage Jack-Jack's superpowers cause to the Parr house, not dying, and eventually being prepared to respond to anything JJ does at an instant's notice, without flinching, despite staying up all night.
In a deleted scene, Helen hits a point for moms everywhere when she calls out a woman who thinks that motherhood is only for people who can't handle the real world.
Just when it looks like Syndrome is going to abduct Jack-Jack, the baby suddenly manifests a smorgasboard of powers.