Friday, June 4, 2010

PIXAR TOP 10: #3 The Incredibles

What's so significant about The Incredibles, which is in my top 5 superhero movies ever made, is that it's PIXAR's first PG rated film. Although it quite deserves it, this is one of the funniest and best work in animation that my pearly eyes have laid on. The Incredibles is about Bob Parr, who back in the day was Mr. Incredible, the best superhero in the business. But after a fatal accident, superheroes are banned from existence. 15 years later, he and is family, all supers are hiding and living as regular citizens. But when a new super-villain arrives, it's up to Bob and his family to take suits and become The Incredibles. This PIXAR flick is probably not just the most suspenseful, but also the most violent. Despite many controversies about its PG rating, it's just as enjoyable as any other PIXAR movie like Toy Story & Monsters, Inc. It combines comedy, heart, and violence flawlessly. The movie also have itself a very good script. The casting for Mr. Incredible, Frozone, and Syndrome, are also quite perfect, with Craig T. Nelson, Samuel L. Jackson, and Jason Lee lending their voices respectively. I don't have much else to say, except that this would also be a good movie to see in 3D, like I said Finding Nemo would be last week. So, if you love superheroes, action, or just plain old PIXAR, then watch The Incredibles and see why it won the Acadamy Award for Best Animated Feature in 2004.


No comments:

Post a Comment

Hello viewers of this blog,

Due to recent comments of spam and profanity present from obnoxious kids who think they are the funniest people in the world, I would like to request that the comments posted here are in good taste, meaning that they have no Anti-Semitic remarks, profanity, sexual innuendo, or any insults to myself. You can criticize the review and give pointers on how to make them better, but how about we be adults about this. Ok? Thank you, and have a nice day.

- Zach Marsh