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* OvershadowedByControversy: Downplayed, but a decent chunk of the online conversation about the movie, post-release, has centered on its unadvertised use of EpilepticFlashingLights, which has caused serious adverse reactions in some epileptic viewers. Disney's failure to pre-emptively address the issue hasn't helped, though they eventually heeded the call and many cinemas have since posted warnings to photosensitive viewers, and the home release of the film toned down the flashing to where it's far less bright and far less likely to cause a problem.

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* HilariousInHindsight: [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGoToTheMovies The next animated movie in 2018]] would have another villain use mind control on superheroes.


* OvershadowedByControversy: Downplayed, but a decent chunk of the online conversation about the movie, post-release, has centered on its unadvertised use of EpilepticFlashingLights, which has caused serious adverse reactions in some epileptic viewers. Disney's failure to pre-emptively address the issue hasn't helped, though they eventually heeded the call and many cinemas have since posted warnings to photosensitive viewers, and the home release of the film toned down the flashing to where it's far less bright and far less likely to cause a problem. Disney would learn from this mistake, and send out warnings in advance for ''Film/TheRiseOfSkywalker'' when it also used EpilepticFlashingLights.

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* OvershadowedByControversy: Downplayed, but a decent chunk of the online conversation about the movie, post-release, has centered on its unadvertised use of EpilepticFlashingLights, which has caused serious adverse reactions in some epileptic viewers. Disney's failure to pre-emptively address the issue hasn't helped, though they eventually heeded the call and many cinemas have since posted warnings to photosensitive viewers, and the home release of the film toned down the flashing to where it's far less bright and far less likely to cause a problem. Disney would learn from this mistake, and send out warnings in advance for ''Film/TheRiseOfSkywalker'' when it also used EpilepticFlashingLights.


* OvershadowedByControversy: Downplayed, but a decent chunk of the online conversation about the movie, post-release, has centered on its unadvertised use of EpilepticFlashingLights, which has caused serious adverse reactions in some epileptic viewers. Disney's failure to pre-emptively address the issue hasn't helped, though they eventually heeded the call and many cinemas have since posted warnings to photosensitive viewers, and the home release of the film toned down the flashing to where it's far less bright and far less likely to cause a problem.

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* OvershadowedByControversy: Downplayed, but a decent chunk of the online conversation about the movie, post-release, has centered on its unadvertised use of EpilepticFlashingLights, which has caused serious adverse reactions in some epileptic viewers. Disney's failure to pre-emptively address the issue hasn't helped, though they eventually heeded the call and many cinemas have since posted warnings to photosensitive viewers, and the home release of the film toned down the flashing to where it's far less bright and far less likely to cause a problem. Disney would learn from this mistake, and send out warnings in advance for ''Film/TheRiseOfSkywalker'' when it also used EpilepticFlashingLights.


* HilariousInHindsight: This isn't the last [[Film/MissionImpossibleFallout blockbuster of 2018]] where [[spoiler: the main villain misleads the heroes by setting up a [[TheScapegoat fall guy]] under the villainous identity, who nevertheless gives the protagonist an extremely difficult fight.]] For bonus points, that same film starred another [[Creator/HenryCavill superhero]].


* HilariousInHindsight:
** This isn't the last [[Film/MissionImpossibleFallout blockbuster of 2018]] where [[spoiler: the main villain misleads the heroes by setting up a [[TheScapegoat fall guy]] under the villainous identity, who nevertheless gives the protagonist an extremely difficult fight.]] For bonus points, that same film starred another [[Creator/HenryCavill superhero]].
** Cathy Cavadini appears as an additional voice in this movie, and it's worth noting her co-star on ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' [[Creator/ElizabethDaily E.G. Daily]] voiced Elastigirl in the first movie's video game.

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* HilariousInHindsight:
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HilariousInHindsight: This isn't the last [[Film/MissionImpossibleFallout blockbuster of 2018]] where [[spoiler: the main villain misleads the heroes by setting up a [[TheScapegoat fall guy]] under the villainous identity, who nevertheless gives the protagonist an extremely difficult fight.]] For bonus points, that same film starred another [[Creator/HenryCavill superhero]].
** Cathy Cavadini appears as an additional voice in this movie, and it's worth noting her co-star on ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' [[Creator/ElizabethDaily E.G. Daily]] voiced Elastigirl in the first movie's video game.
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* HilariousInHindsight: This isn't the last [[Film/MissionImpossibleFallout blockbuster of 2018]] where [[spoiler: the main villain misleads the heroes by setting up a [[TheScapegoat fall guy]] under the villainous identity, who nevertheless gives the protagonist an extremely difficult fight.]] For bonus points, that same film starred another [[Creator/HenryCavill superhero]].

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This isn't the last [[Film/MissionImpossibleFallout blockbuster of 2018]] where [[spoiler: the main villain misleads the heroes by setting up a [[TheScapegoat fall guy]] under the villainous identity, who nevertheless gives the protagonist an extremely difficult fight.]] For bonus points, that same film starred another [[Creator/HenryCavill superhero]].superhero]].
** Cathy Cavadini appears as an additional voice in this movie, and it's worth noting her co-star on ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' [[Creator/ElizabethDaily E.G. Daily]] voiced Elastigirl in the first movie's video game.



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* RonTheDeathEater:
** Some writers put Bob in a negative light for having Tony mindwiped of Violet and keeping the truth of Jack-Jack having powers from Helen.
** Some writers who prefer Helen being with Evelyn or Voyd instead of Bob play up his frustration with her becoming an active Super again while he's stuck keeping house as him being a misogynist to justify Helen leaving him for their preferred ship. [[note]]It's important to remember he's ''not.'' He and Helen are HappilyMarried and he supports her endeavors, it's just he's frustrated that ''he's'' not out doing Super work as well as he still misses it and ''quite recently'' [[WesternAnimation/{{TheIncredibles}} had a taste of it again.]][[/note]]


* HilariousInHindsight:
** If anyone remembers the tie-in game loosely based on [[WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles the first movie]], it had [[Creator/ElizabethDaily E.G. Daily]] voicing Elastigirl in it. In this movie, Cathy Cavadini (co-star with E.G. in ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'') is an additional voice.
** This isn't the last [[Film/MissionImpossibleFallout blockbuster of 2018]] where [[spoiler: the main villain misleads the heroes by setting up a [[TheScapegoat fall guy]] under the villainous identity, who nevertheless gives the protagonist an extremely difficult fight.]] For bonus points, that same film starred another [[Creator/HenryCavill superhero]].

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* HilariousInHindsight:
** If anyone remembers the tie-in game loosely based on [[WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles the first movie]], it had [[Creator/ElizabethDaily E.G. Daily]] voicing Elastigirl in it. In this movie, Cathy Cavadini (co-star with E.G. in ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'') is an additional voice.
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HilariousInHindsight: This isn't the last [[Film/MissionImpossibleFallout blockbuster of 2018]] where [[spoiler: the main villain misleads the heroes by setting up a [[TheScapegoat fall guy]] under the villainous identity, who nevertheless gives the protagonist an extremely difficult fight.]] For bonus points, that same film starred another [[Creator/HenryCavill superhero]].


* DoNotDoThisCoolThing: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] in-universe. When Bob tells Dash that it's dangerous to play around with the Incredibile's remote control, since it has a rocket launcher, Dash enthusiastically tries to launch the rockets.


* DoNotDoThisCoolThing: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] in-universe.
** When Bob tells Dash that it's dangerous to play around with the Incredibile's remote control, since it has a rocket launcher, Dash enthusiastically tries to launch the rockets.
** Bob also half-heartedly warns the kids not to make Jack-Jack fire his laser eyes around the house, as though anything would stop them from doing it the first chance they got after seeing him do it.

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* DoNotDoThisCoolThing: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] in-universe. \n** When Bob tells Dash that it's dangerous to play around with the Incredibile's remote control, since it has a rocket launcher, Dash enthusiastically tries to launch the rockets.
** Bob also half-heartedly warns the kids not to make Jack-Jack fire his laser eyes around the house, as though anything would stop them from doing it the first chance they got after seeing him do it.
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* DoNotDoThisCoolThing: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] in-universe.
** When Bob tells Dash that it's dangerous to play around with the Incredibile's remote control, since it has a rocket launcher, Dash enthusiastically tries to launch the rockets.
** Bob also half-heartedly warns the kids not to make Jack-Jack fire his laser eyes around the house, as though anything would stop them from doing it the first chance they got after seeing him do it.


* AccidentalAesop: Some very [[TropesAreNotBad poignant]] ones actually.

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* AccidentalAesop: Some very [[TropesAreNotBad poignant]] ones actually.


* AlternateAesopInterpretation: The speech made by Screenslaver about people preferring to enjoy seeing things done instead of doing things themselves. Is it a TakeThat against conformism or, given that it's ''the villain'' saying it, is it a TakeThat against the cynical people who take this criticism too far? Or was it really meant to mean anything at all, [[spoiler:given the Screenslaver was a villain Evelyn created and maybe she just wrote that line as something the character would say.]]

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* AlternateAesopInterpretation: The speech made by Screenslaver about people preferring to enjoy seeing things done instead of doing things themselves. Is it a TakeThat against conformism or, given that it's ''the villain'' saying it, is it a TakeThat against the cynical people who take this criticism too far? Or was it really meant even intended to mean anything at all, [[spoiler:given all? [[spoiler:Since the Screenslaver was is just a villain Evelyn persona created and maybe by Evelyn, it's possible she just simply wrote that line the speech as something the character would say.to give him a dramatic purpose and nothing more.]]


* AlternateAesopInterpretation: The speech made by Screenslaver about people preferring to enjoy seeing things done instead of doing things themselves. Is it a TakeThat against conformism or, given that it's ''the villain'' saying it, is it a TakeThat against the cynical people who take this criticism too far? Or was it really meant to mean anything at all, [[spoiler:given it might be Evelyn making something up because it sounded like something this persona would say]]?

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* AlternateAesopInterpretation: The speech made by Screenslaver about people preferring to enjoy seeing things done instead of doing things themselves. Is it a TakeThat against conformism or, given that it's ''the villain'' saying it, is it a TakeThat against the cynical people who take this criticism too far? Or was it really meant to mean anything at all, [[spoiler:given it might be the Screenslaver was a villain Evelyn making created and maybe she just wrote that line as something up because it sounded like something this persona the character would say]]?say.]]

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