Incredibles 2 (2018) - Animation, Action, Adventure

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The Incredibles hero family takes on a new mission, which involves a change in family roles: Bob Parr (Mr Incredible) must manage the house while his wife Helen (Elastigirl) goes out to save the world.

IMDB: 7.7
Director: Brad Bird
Stars: Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter
Length: 118 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 175 out of 1000 found boring (17.5%)

One-line Reviews (683)

Excellent animation with a predictable script .

When he is causing trouble on the ship, at the end nothing really happens, all the trouble and damage he makes nothing happens.

But overall, the film is saved by funny characters and doing what action-filled, comical, Hollywood blockbusters set out to do: be entertaining.

Thoroughly unimpressed; propaganda on full display .

It is an action packed hilarious thrill ride; And boy do we get tons of jack-jack!

Is an all ages delightful movie, is a stunning adventure that brings up the best characters from Pixar, so far this the funniest Pixar movie.

I'd be curious to see the first Incredibles film again, to see if it was quite funny and more entertaining (as opposed to "serious", like its sequel).

So I hope anyone else with a seizure disorder has the same experience as me if they decide to see it, because it was definitely a fun and entertaining movie that I'd say is as good as the first and I'd probably watch again when it's streaming.

Incredibles are incredible What an exciting movie!

I'm pretty secure, manhood-wise" - an utterly pointless line bizarrely included in an early scene from Violet's crush Tony Rydinger.

the plot development was cliche and lacked any sort of creativity and failed to incite any curiosity.

Pros Dialogue is pretty good Visually stunning Great actingCons Humor falls flat at times Forgettable music Pacing at timesFull Review- Https://youtu.

The fight and action scenes were intense and more dangerous!

The sequel has virtually the same plot, which is a bit of a letdown but the movie is just as entertaining, just as fun.

Generally speaking, the lack of creativity on the details made the middle part of the movie felt like time fillers rather than revelations of unexpected stories of characters' lives.

Incredibly boring.

Is the film entertaining and worth a glance?

Yes, the plot is somewhat predictable and it is honestly quite simplistic at its core.

Predictable .

Boring and dragged on, no real humour, forced feminism.

The action set pieces were more thrilling than most live action superhero films and for once I felt as though characters in a superhero film use their powers to their full potential and when appropriate.

Baby fight but the rest is a yawn .

As far as the supervillain mystery, it's acceptable and somewhat entertaining, but a bit predictable and generic.

The plot is very disjointed and packs far too much in leaving it a manic mess, with no charm and appeal to it.

This was a pretty good sequel to the first but it was slow at times.

In re-watching the original, I noticed how snappy, quick, and sticky the dialogue was.

Still great just a bit predictable.

This movie was too long plus bad timing i fell asleep I just didn't care anymore unlike the first i loved it and cared so well too predictable.

So far just a bland tv episode.

Possibly a cliche?

I really enjoyed it.

Overall, it's very bland.

My 14 year old daughter loved it but I was bored stiff.

More than anything, this movie is extremely thrilling (which I didn't expect), heartwarming, compelling in terms of story, and just overall a fantastic Summer movie and a family movie.

As with the first film, Incredibles 2 marries the 60s era James Bond style with the superhero genre - a beautiful match made in heaven; Michael Giacchino's rollicking brass-dominated score is stronger than ever, strongly evocative of the old Bonds, and the set design is impeccable.

*slow clap Disney*

I would've walked out but took my granddaughter so stopped for her but when it finished she said it was boring too.

They are thrilling, and I would even say astounding.

The story is too predictable and I really hate it, when the showdown is much too long, that's boring.

Some people will call predictable sure, but predictable in my books does not equate to being bad, so long as your movie is enjoyable enough that it can be overlooked.

In conclusion, Incredibles 2 may not be as amazing as its predecessor, but it's still an enjoyable and fun film with cool action, great animation, a very good soundtrack and tons of focus on all of the characters.

You'll need it to shop or play games while your kids barely laugh at this movie and you find yourself bored out of your mind or dozing off.

Sure the plot was predictable for an adult...

The film is ungodly predictable.

So boring, drags on and on.

There was always something entertaining enough with the cast of characters occurring on screen to where I was enjoying it.

And this one is a tad predictable and old fashioned.

Incredibles 2 is a decent, entertaining watch.

And all this is animated in stunning 200 Million Dollar perfection.

The film does come through when it comes to entertaining action and comedy, with Jack-Jack, Bob, and Edna providing most of the biggest laughs.

Politically correct snoozer .

Actually, the problem isn't only related to the messages, but the plot itself is formulaic and outdated for a superhero movie.

Pixar's Incredibles 2 excels in its ability to balance the important and emotional familial aspects of the story with the exciting superhero antics moviegoers have come to expect in the era of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

This movie was boring and had too many weak characters.

It didn't need to be, recycled yet, again with a similar, yet predictable new villain.

Still a action packed all round fun for the family movie.

Plus, the twist for who Screenslaver is is very predictable and I could see it coming a mile away.

Undertone being pushed for healthy lifestyle , no bad thing, but the whole experience dragged out with action packed final last moments.

The story is fun but very predictable.

Slow & Predictable Not the Formula to Make It Incredible .

The scene where it was darkly lit sitting around a beautiful blue pool, that was stunning.

It's still somewhat "entertaining" to see how they manage to save the city, that doesn't make it up for the film.

They were so tense and thrilling that it definitely led to a great climax.

Propaganda, again.

It was very slow at times and felt dragged out.

Great line, loose plot, but overall an enjoyable ride.

Elastigirl's interactions were fascinating evaluations of societal power structures as well as the cat and mouse game with Screenslaver protecting her identity.

While hard to follow at some points, the story is awesome.

"Incredibles 2" is definitely an enjoyable movie, filled with enough action, heart, and comedy to entertain anyone - if there's one thing I can say with confidence, it's that this movie will be a crowd pleaser.

The first one was a bit more entertaining with him because he was all hyped up and excited.

Firstly, some of the animation and rendering in this film was breathtaking.

Where this movie loses points is in three separate continuous sequences of intense flashing.

One thing that definitely seems to have been proven with unfading solidity is the thought that they're truly complex audiovisual works, these movies were the beginning of a kinetic digital era for animation genre that currently keeps going on both destroying box office expectations and exciting and teaching the new children with creativeness, passion, and effort.

Incredibles 2 is another highly entertaining Disney/Pixar feature .

While the movie for the most part was a very enjoyable, captivating experience, there are points that should be noted.

Boring .

Incredibly predictable plot.

So me and my same friend just watched this sequel just now and it was also very enjoyable!

Entertaining from start to finish I think it's a shame that some viewers critique it for no real reason.

The dialogue is witty and compelling.

I found it to be predictable and almost nonsensical at times.

Don't waste your time.

The plot is somewhat formulaic, with one twist being incredibly predictable, which does insinuate how safe this sequel is with no vast amendments to the plot's structure.

Overall, I found the moving entertaining- it just simply lacked the means to be engaging.

My main gripe with 'Incredibles 2' is just how recycled and empty the entire experience feels.

It's a genuinely good film - it's funny, exciting, well balanced and carries some good messages.

boring 200 million dollar trash .

I found it hilarious, and as a teacher, I particularly loved when Mr. Incredible stays up all night reading Dash's "new math" textbook so he can teach him new math, which was what it was called in the 60s (the time period this film alludes to) and is a shout out to our modern common core confusion.

The reveal for the villain was super predictable.

The other one as I said the scenario and the villain are quite predictable.

Only problem I would say is that it was very predictable from the beginning.

The first Incredibles, besides being an exciting, fun movie, also had things to say about being special.

How it all flows to get to the climax is really entertaining.

I enjoyed it and would buy it on Blu-Ray.

But the jokes became repetitive, so they lost all their sharpness.

It's entertaining, it doesn't keep your interest all the way .

Predictable and boring storyline.

The story line is very predictable and annoying.

Lazy stereotyping and boring dialogue .

To this aspect, I must add that the movie is, in a way, exempt of portraying realistic and un-cliche plot, subplots, expressions and character developments as from the very beginning the movie's aesthetic is inspired in the spies and campy superhero classic tropes of the 60s.

Incredibles 2 is an enjoyable action packed superhero fest with a coming of age aspect to it.

Bad: I thought this film has quite a few problems, the biggest problem was that the ending was pretty predictable, I could see it coming.

The train sequence was fun and exciting with Elastigirl chasing it with her motorcycle and trying to stop an unstoppable train.

Exciting and Acceptable.

Also, despite being threatening, let's just say that the new villain Screenslayer isn't quite as memorable as Syndrome in The Incredibles, with a reveal that might be more predictable than assumed.

Instead it swaps some roles, adds some cool sub-plots and adds the worst villain I've seen in yearsIncredibles 2 is entertaining movie for the first 30-45 minutes.

Enjoyable .

Respectable return with somewhat predictable story .

Also visually engaging, packed with action scenes; loved the idea of adding new superheroes and Jack jack was all over the place.

9/10Cinematography (Mahyar Abousaeedi/Erik Smitt): This film is stunning visually with beautiful frames and smooth, long shots.

I don't understand how too many people liked this film, if the truth is a mediocre and Boring, more of the same, nothing incredible yo show, the casting is stupid and means an intelligence insult.

After that rousing introductory action scene, we are introduced to our new characters, Evelyn and Winston Deavor (Catherine Keener and Bob Odenkirk), a brother and sister duo determined to legalize "supers".

This villain plays his role in an interesting way, at least until the predictable big twist takes place, from that moment on, the "bad guy" must recover strength from any situation in order to get back the threatening sense he was during the first fifty minutes.

Very funny jokes ha ha, with being said, very predictable movie.

Finally, the villain is obvious which makes the film predictable and overlong.

On this new one, it's more about "strong female" (they should make a movie of "Strong Woman" from South Park) and very predictable story (kind of story you can already know how it's going to end on the first 10min of the movie)It's a good movie to watch at home and just spend some time, when you don't have anything better to watch.

The problem is this movie is a bland attempt to express messages about gender roles and current society issues.

The "twist" in this movie is highly predictable (at least if you are over the age of 7 or 8.

boring .

This beast bucks the formulaic trend of the recent Disney movies .

The whole movie is incredibly entertaining and there are hilarious scenes throughout.

Still cheesy, but definitely enjoyable.

Such a bore - I actually fell asleep.

The introduction of so many new superheroes was completely unnecessary, and the main plot I think many will agree was very poor and predictable, with unfunny dialogue.

To sum it up, the story was boring and predictable.

This movie might not be preventing you from all that, but at least if it was made differently I believe it could truly inspire you to work on the steps to make yourself successful, rather than just entertaining you and leaving you all stimulated up with less peace.

I found it really uninteresting.

I absolutely love this film definitely on par with the first one or even slightly better incredible story in credible script incredible casting thoroughly recommend this film you can watch it on your own or as a family it's a truly enjoyable and incredible film!

5/10 Incredibles 2 is the most corporate and boring film of the year so far.

The character designs are more brisk and expressive, similar to Brad Bird's traditionally-animated masterpiece The Iron Giant, where many characters displayed a wide range of evocative reactions.

Incredibles has dont nothing for the franchise, it was an average movie and a boring watch

On the edge of my seat from start to end.

Incredibles is astonishing and awesome with its exciting visuals and lovable characters.

It is stuffed full of dull dialogue about political legislation and media image that makes it feel like you are watching the senate scenes in The Phantom Menace on loop.

While there are brilliant moments, particularly a very tense scene where Elastigirl tries to track their location, the motivations and scheming of the character is quite cliche in terms of superhero movies, and was not nearly as personal or hard hitting as it felt in the original.

Bored within a a half hour, it's dumb, dopey, and unimaginative.

In this current climate of extreme "wokeness," the screenplay could have done a lot with this idea of threatened middle-class white male masculinity, but it instead decides to take the predictable and rather tired route of showing how hard it is to be a stay-at-home parent.

The audience was never made to feel the villain's personal plight or raison d'être, because of that the villain wasn't engaging, was largely predictable, and failed to earn much (if any) emotional investment.

If all you're looking for is a solid family movie, it's enjoyable enough, with lots of action and fun characters.

Again it just felt like they were taking it easy, slapping together a ton of great if somewhat uninteresting action sequences and relying more heavily then they needed to on the original.

Overall, it was an enjoyable experience, and I would recommend this movie, especially to families and English majors.

Actually I am not a hater of comedy, but too many jokes or too much humor just slow down the pace and distract/shatter the main plot.

It had a whole lot of heart and humour put into it, but became rather predictable in terms of who the villain was.

Also it is entirely predictable and the basic setup has been done many times before.

Furthermore, it suits very all the time and makes the scenes become even more exciting.

It was funny, exciting, intense and down right unpredictable.

Very enjoyable .

It also has undeniable flaws, such as Mr. Incredbibles parts being so stupidly cliche and obviously being comic relief.

In a way it's like you see an intense crime fighting scene, and then you see some father having an emotional breakdown over his new math book.

The movie does move slow and does not have the finesse of the first film.

The story and action scenes were fun and intriguing to watch.

The action set-pieces are thrilling and are easily some of the best that I have ever seen in an animated film, or really just film, period.

Incredibles 2: Dynamically Entertaining .

The sequel on the other hand felt safe, generic, and surprisingly boring.

It was entertaining and a lot of fun.

The film is very Funny and exciting also me being enjoying the superhero sub-genre as well, The film was great also loved it was return to form for the Parr Family not to mention all of the characters were layered and nuanced and each had an arc also there was an exciting twist as well which was brilliant it was great hoping for a threequel.

Predictable .

Overall, 9/10, well worth watching.

The CGI is simply breathtaking which is exactly what you expect from a Disney Pixar creation.

Boring .

An enjoyable film for both kids and adults, great ending and beginning as well!

I think incredibles is just boring.

Very funny, entertaining, action packed, and a solid story.

Weak story, Villain very predictable and the action might be too intense for some viewers.

It starts out promising, but the plot is one of the most boring and cliche I've seen in a superhero movie in a long time.

Sure, it falls short compared to the classic brilliance of the original ; the central conflict and villain(s) aren't as interesting, and the plot plays it safer and more predictable.

the movie was predictable every time it gave you a moment to think.


This sequel continued and added smart thematics, wonderful voice cast, richly written characters, and entertaining action.

SPOILER: Let me get this out of the way: Incredibles 2 is a very enjoyable and fun film that will entertain both young and old, and you should go see it.

The movie was fast paced, witty, suspenseful and just overall enjoyable with not a moment of boredom.

" and falling asleep reading to the baby.

The story was very predictable and made very little sense at points.

Slow pace, bland plot, and many pointless conversations.

Amusing, action packed and absolutely incredible.

The animation motion was really eye-comfort, colorful and entertaining too.

Only reason I rate 8/10 is because the villain was very predictable and their background story on why they were the villain wasn't as logical as the villain in the first movie.

The themes of family and the struggles that come with being that are so surface level it borders on the cliche in some respects.

The villain plot can be picked apart with a crowbar, from the motivations, to the whole first half on their plan being completely pointless.

The family drama stuff is also very prominent, and while it is repetitive at times and there could have been less of it the best moments are very funny and it is very easy to relate to the dilemmas the characters face.

I couldn't even watch the end because I fell asleep without realising (it's a first for me).

Intense seizure warning!!!!!!!!!!!.

Somehow they managed to make each scene even more stunning than the last through the animation alone.

While the villain is highly predictable and the motivations don't seem to make much sense (which is keeping me from giving this movie a perfect score), it was still really enjoyable to watch her deal with certain situations that were jeopardizing her and the Deavors goal of making supers legel again.

This movie was fun and entertaining.

But, when I walked out of the theater, I wasn't surprised.

The plot was predictable, no emotion in the villain like the prequel, and the characters were bland and boring.

To sum up the point, if you like a movie that is exciting, lets you speculate a little and have some light humor thrown in here and there to make you smile, then the "Incredibles 2"'s plot is just perfect for you.

But when it popped up with a vengeance at the end, the flow seemed rushed and disjointed, and this led to the ending manifesting as too contrived for my liking.

Overall, an incredibly well animated and thoroughly enjoyable film.

Pretty Intense .

The whole plot failed to muster anything more than mediocre pace as it meandered to a conclusion, leaving an empty feeling where the laughter and love of the latest Pixar production were meant to be.

In conclusion, "Incredibles 2" is funny, exciting, and really worth a viewing.

But Incredibles 2 does an incredible (insert eye roll here) job of moving the story forward and adding to an already enjoyable cast of characters.

I loved the first film but found this one very boring.

I think it's unfair to shout 'Propaganda!!

Unoriginal with some entertaining moments .

I fell asleep...

Intense action doesn't always equal fun, when there's so much going on you can't follow.

On the down side the story is extremely predictable and while the start of the film is fun and well paced the climax seems a bit rushed or not well thought as the rest of the film.

While perhaps not quite as good as "The Incredibles" they were great, engaging and deeply emotional and creative films.

I mean the fact that funniest/most entertaining character is the baby (that can't even speak) says it all.

The action sequences were very fast and entertaining beside the rapid flashing in the movie that might affect epileptic viewers.

However, it's brought down slightly by a third act that is the weaker than the others and a very predictable twist.

The most stunning visual, in my opinion, is the fight with Screenslaver in his apartment and the room is flashing with the hypnosis.

But you also get a glimpse of how to deal with getting powers or rather how others deal with that (coming of age, parenting, whatever you want to call it).

In regards to the visuals and animation, Pixar has once again impressed everyone with their state of the art technology in creating such stunning visuals and animation that never ages in time.

Nonetheless, it is still a funny, entertaining and action packed flick.

While not one of my favourite Pixar films, 'The Incredibles' is still a very, very good film that has gone even higher in my estimations after a well overdue re-watch to get myself prepared for 'Incredibles 2', fantastically animated, exciting, funny, emotionally investable and ground-breaking with great characters.

Overall a great, entertaining movie that stayed true to what the previous one was.

The only two weaknesses that seem to arise occur earlier in the movie with the sustained action pack opening sequence while engaging its audience veers the movie more towards a series of action montages that resemble more action thriller block blusters and there's an over-extended scene reminiscent of chipmunks and acorns from Ice Age.

The only problem was the high amount of strobe (which means fast flashing lights that can give seizures) and the fact that some parts of the movie's story were hard to follow.

At first viewing the Incredibles 2 was on par (no pun intended) with most Marvel sequels: Not deep, but visually stunning and entertaining throughout most of the film.

Great animation & sound, but a tedious & predictable storyline that had me looking at my watch, hoping for a quick ending.

Original director Brad Bird has doodooed all over his original masterpiece with this pointless and flat offering, that came out of nowhere like a thief in the night, with no Incredibles to stop it.

Although the soundtrack was amazing and in the action parts I found myself sitting on the shore of my seat, biting my fingers by the intrigue and adrenaline that the music gave me.

The action scenes are mostly exciting too, and the humor is clever and witty (all once again).

Actually enjoyed it a good deal.

Predictable and boring, Really.

The story itself seemed long and at times uninteresting.

Absolutely entertaining and thrilling from start to finish.


It looks great of course, it's well written, lots of snappy action.

But was predictable.

It is entertaining nonetheless.

No story, nothing new.

But before I get too down on this film, let me talk a bit about the good things, of which there are many: This is still a thoroughly entertaining film!

Sure, seeing him fighting a raccoon is very entertaining, as is the interdimensional stuff, but it's ultimately used as a replacement for writing an intriguing story.

It's more intense, the story is better, and it's a real who dunnit (scary and creepy at times) which keeps you guessing every step of the way.

My opinion: it was insanely entertaining!

Had its moments with elastergirl having the spotlight she was just boring and could of made a more Interesting.

The reason why Syndrome was a much better villain is because that not only was he a great representation of today's pop culture, but it was legitimately interesting and compelling when you found out that it was actually Buddy (oh yeah, spoiler from the first film even though you've all probably seen it before) because the film expected you to remember him from the beginning, proving that a minor character could also be an important one.

Fast paced is certainly the right phrase to use, though that certainly didn't stop it from being seriously good fun to watch.

Not as good as #1, but still very entertaining .

Felt Empty .

I was a true fan of the original and was so excited to see more of this franchise -- but I actually fell asleep during this boring sequel!

The characters are what we remembered them to be, the action was fun and the plot was entertaining.

Apart from an unnecessary boring 2 min segment, that adds nothing, with Elastigirl and Evelyn Deavor talking about the merits of selling or creating (no spoiler) this is a slam-dunk follow-up with brilliant storytelling, humour and characterisation.

The villain is pretty meh by the end of it, and if you give their evil plan more than a passing thought, it ends up being pretty dumb and pointless overall.

It does have lots of action packed fun, frenetic animation and children will certainly enjoy it.

The comedy, though generally enjoyable, also isn't quite as polished throughout.

What I got was a 2 hour propaganda add for feminism with characters I love.

The Incredibles 2 is enjoyable.

} Fantastically funny scenes and commendably compelling action sequences, Our favorite family of superheroes is back to show us that although in this day and age seeing is believing, it is the intangible things in life that are most important.

Her storyline exists in order to further the plot of the villain, which is completely fine, especially in a film made for a younger audience, but there were times that felt slightly predictable and bogged down the film a little.

The villains were okay, but the first movie just had a more enjoyable villain.

In everything else it's just boring and tedious (Civil War, Batman v.

The first is betterI fell asleep watching this.

A pretty good, predictable fun, family movie .

You can definitely watch it and appreciate it for its technical excellence, its great characters and its thrilling story.

Entertaining (Until You Think About It) .

While the original possessed beautiful animation, this was truly breathtaking.

Don't waste your money on this.

Such a good, action packed movie that is good watch for all ages.

Some things which stuck out for me were that the sounds were way too loud in theaters and the pictures were way too stimulating, the movements were too quick, and the plot, dialogue, etc. felt very empty of meaning or purpose.

Thoroughly enjoyable .

It's funny, fast paced, clever and overall works quite well.

Incredibly boring .

The family subplot was far more entertaining, mainly thanks to the larger number of jokes.

Incredibles 2 contains rousing sequences of action and explores the domestic life with laughter and warmth, just don't expect a film as ground-breaking as the first Incredibles.

The villain, while not as good as Syndrome, still had a compelling back story and motivation.

The story is fine, the action scenes are great, decent comedy, and the animation is intense compared to the first one.

There is too much filler, Jack Jack was made to be cute but they gave him multiple powers to be a vehicle to push the movie forward thus making him boring and uninteresting and finally, the motivation of the villain is lost in stupidity.

Director has done a mind blowing job by keeping this excellent written product entertaining and engaged from the first frame to the last.

On the flip side of things, some of the "new heroes" introduced were simply downright annoying to me, and the villain was predictable (and maybe a bit ineffective if you ask me).

Incredibles 2 is a supremely entertaining film.

But, another hand, I do not like how the movie ends, the bad person is beaten so easily and not intense, so predictable.

In this one right off the bat you can tell who he / she is, the motivation is there but the execution is kind of all over the place, a little bit nonsensical to tell the truth but it's something you can let pass and that's what I did, because the rest was so much fun and entertaining that just a little plothole here and there is nothing you can't overlook.

It was dull for too long.

This movie was too long and had my 5 year old completely bored.

The action scenes, once again, were surprisingly exciting for a kids' movie.

A must for animation movie buffs, but brace up for some slackness/slowness at times.

Another marvellous entry in Pixar's canon that's fresh, funny & fascinating in more ways than one, Incredibles 2 retains all the stuff that made the original an instant classic right away and though it falls a little short on expectations, it's still more balanced than your average superhero flick.

Fell Asleep at the End .

Thoroughly enjoyable, with (no surprise) astonishing animation, including a few sequences that manage to surpass the original.

It is pointless predictable and ruins the first movie

But the main reason I that I felt like this movie went nowhere.

The movie overall was mostly predictable which I was expecting just a little bit more surprise and something new.

While it tried to be too many things and was overlong I found the first 'Incredibles' entertaining enough to see this second film eventually.

The same characters along with a handful of new ones were present and that was enjoyable.

It all ends up being a bit predictable.

The villain is obvious, predictable and unclear in his or her ideology.

It is rich on technical aspects like sound department, visual effects (the chase sequence of Elastigirl is breathtaking as it leaves the room with a long gasping of awe) and editing.

You got everything in this movie - gripping superhero fights, car chases, humour, cute and surprising babies, adorable animals (ie skunk), decent plot twist, great family and gender-roles story, great character builds and arcs, AND a happy ending!

Long and drawn out.

I believe you will enjoy it just as much as I enjoyed it!!!

Since its animated, the action scenes can be much more fast paced than a live action superhero movie.

I left the theater after 30 minutes .

Dash also showed some character growth in the film and he ended up being an enjoyable presence.

The only issues that i had were that the villain wasn´t as interesting or memorable as Syndrome from the first movie, and also the ending was a little predictable.

The only real positive this picture has going for it are some genuinely exciting and, at times, suspenseful action sequences.

An extremely fun and fascinating watch .

And Bob does get to grips with his enforced home life, getting the ever-enjoyable Edna Mode to look after Jack-Jack (which she seems to enjoy), so he can get a night's sleep and get back on his feet.

The plot was thin, the story was slow and the buildup was a let down.

The animation is one of the most eye-stunning I've seen in an animated movie.

Major "surprise" elements in the story where incredibly predictable, so when they were revealed I couldn't help shouting "Finally!

The action is superbly animated and thrilling with real suspense and excitement.

The villain is predictable from a mile away.

I praise this movie because it's written well and very enjoyable.

It is such an enjoyable movie to watch.


Always highly entertaining, Incredibles 2 is a worthy successor in the series.

Helen and Violet are the only two that feel like the same characters and Frozon was pretty enjoyable.

It was a bit predictable, it's something that we've seen a million times before.

It is so painfully predictable that you only require 15 minutes to predict the (not at all surprising) villain, its completely flawed logic and reasoning and even the final sequence.

Yet, the sequel drawn out, unnecessary excuses for the family, not to.

Overall it's entertaining and a great superhero flick through and through, and it easily competes with the films from MARVEL Studios.

The superhero politics thread feels a little tired and uninteresting, and the other main catch-the-villain plot is nothing special either (though Screenslaver's monologue about heroes and the people was a standout moment for both).

This makes it a wholly enjoyable watch that isn't missing many things we were hoping for.

The plot line was pretty easy to see coming, but still very worth watching.

The only one who's developed is Screenslaver, and she's horrifically stereotypical, thus their conversations are dull.

The villain was quite predictable and her story-line felt contrived.

Having young sons, it's safe to say that Pixar's Incredibles was a staple movie that delivered many of the cartoon giant's trademarks; compelling storyline, social messages and a very balanced sense of humour that strikes a chord across all levels.

Just like the original, the story is once again great and fascinating, with the theme and dynamics of family amplified further in making a story as wonderful and powerful as ever and in addition, the humor and the dialogue is superb.

it's just an entertaining movie, you shouldn't expect more than that because nothing is worth 14 years of waiting.

Boring like hell .

Incredibles 2 movie is exactly what we expected it to be - extremely entertaining!

So maybe not quite as well crafted and important as the first film, but it still has what made the first movie amazing, it has an engaging and original plot, the animation is fantastic as always, loveable characters with great voice acting, really good humour with great heart and amazing action, this is high recommendation, if you love Pixar, the Incredibles or superheroes, please do go check this one out, along with Deadpool 2, this is one of the funniest superhero films of this year, I can't wait to see what Brad Bird makes next.

However, they do their job in getting the characters to a thrilling climax that puts most live action action sequences to shame, so the villain plot can be seen as a necessary sacrifice.

Both points have some validity but the worst part about this film is how incredibly boring it is.

While there were a couple of enjoyable scenes, overall the movie was not worth watching.

It was too long, the story could have been told in a shorter movie, it doesn't mean I didn't like it, but somewhere in the middle of the movie I got bored.

Exciting, clever and complete fun .

The score is grand and exciting which made the action more exhilarating.

In my initial viewing of Incredibles 2, it was thrilling to see the super family and Frozone take on the Underminer.

It was enjoyable the fatherhood theme during the movie.

The only thing hampering the film down is its weak and predictable villain.

My problem had NOTHING at all to do with the movie having a female lead, but just that it was simply so uninteresting!

Fantastic fun and entertaining throughout .

Its a complete waste of time.

It funny, exciting and what I was expecting for a children's movie made to appeal to adults.

It's slow and the story line is dull.

Maybe the generation that grew up from the 1st Incredibles has seen plenty movies that follow this plotline though - bit predictable by now.

But It's enjoyable.

Please don't waste your money.

But still, even though not as good as Syndrome, it proved to be entertaining and dangerous foe.

Bland story details.

Technically Well-Made but Predictable .

The story isn't as compelling or as interesting as the first, was a little bland.

The movie feels very upbeat with energetic action and an engaging story.

While the movie's plot is potentially predictable for an astute, careful observe, it actually serves to reduce the negative angst of the movie to promote the summer entertainment quotient of the movie in a most successful way.

The Bad:Some of the plot is very predictable.


Incredibles 2 is at least as funny, inventive and visually stunning as its predecessor.

I'd rather watch Mr. Incredible stay home with the kids for 2 hours than watcha predictable super hero plot.

Entertaining .

Very entertaining and enjoyable .

My only gripe is the plot twist is predictable in the extreme.

If you like your animation to also challenge you socially, while still being as entertaining as possible - look no further.

Overall, 'Incredibles 2' is pure fun and enjoyment from beginning to end, and I actually enjoyed it more than the first.

Most predictable and stupid story line ever .

Probably just as entertaining as the original Incredibles.

Fun, creative, and engaging .

Solid action, entertainment and some humour complete the package for an enjoyable watch.

Be careful about people prone to seizures and keep super small children away, there are some intense moment that have a few jump scares, it might frighten those under 3 who haven't seen the first one.

Overall it was an enjoyable movie but the animations seemed a little off when the characters are listening to other characters talk and the overall plot was very predictable very early in.

But overall the film was quite enjoyable despite the negatives there!

the Incredibles 2 is fun and entertaining.

Disappointing follow up, pretty boring and slow, interrupted with some action set pieces, it's ok to watch if you have nothing else.

It's boring and very very long.

The characters are just as intriguing and the plot is perfect for the adults who watched the original.

But since he got some enjoyable scenes as a stressed dad trying to take care of his children and was the primary focus of the first movie, it didn't bother me too much.

I only rated it 4/10 because some of the action scenes were brilliantly done and stopped me from falling asleep.

Just plain boring.

Director Brad Bird - ever-reliable as an entertaining movie auteur, stages these set-pieces with such a masterful touch that (for the most part), the movie is a pure breeze to go through.

A reliably entertaining and charming sequel - and in many ways, well worth the 14-year long wait.

Enjoyed it more than the first one .

Mind numbingly BORING!!!!.

Along with memorable action sequences and some dull whatever ones (no movie is perfect).

You just wish that the villains were as exciting.

The story is solid, funny and full of action packed scenes.

The original felt like it was constantly taking big risks and trying ambitious and interesting scenes throughout it, and as a result the final product was one of the most fun and engaging family films of all time.

By far the biggest problem with the film is its predictable story.

The animation, though, is noticably more detailed and increases the rush of adrenaline we'll get whenever the action kicks in.

Not only was this person very predictable, but the character alone was uninteresting and forgettable for a family film.

This film fell victim of the times we live in, because most folks feel that Helen being the main character in this movie is "feminist propaganda", just because feminism is growing stronger by the day, so anything that involves a strong woman in the lead is "feminist propaganda".

Still, it's admirable to see Pixar aiming for a down to earth, emotional films with action sequences often just about making up for the disjointed conversational scenes, also the twist in the story is decent and I for one did not make a correct prediction which is always nice.

Nearly two hours of horrible drawn out story line with terrible dialogue!

I like the idea when they create a villain with no super power, and the way they tell the story is compelling and suitable for both adults and children.

At the bottom line, I find this film solid and good enough for family entertainment, but then, here I am hoping for more witty adrenaline-packed scenes especially for Jack-Jack.

Pointless and not worth the time.


The voice actors all do their parts well, the animation is fantastic, the story is interesting, it is exciting in the right moments, and it has some great laughs, the best and funniest scenes are with Jack-Jack, just about as enjoyable as the original, a terrific animated comedy adventure.

At it's heart though is still a great family dynamic, one that sees a father staying home with the kids while mom gets to go out and lead an exciting work life.

Stunning CGI It is hard not to talk about the movie's stunning CGI.

Perfectly enjoyable and funny for the whole family.

Boring .

Incredibles 2 was closer to despicable me than the first incredibles with great animation, a predictable plot, and unoriginal story.

But I still really enjoyed it and it is appropriate for all ages.

A poor villain that lacked screen-time, charisma, and was nowhere near as engaging as Syndrome.

People still say that the first is better, but I absolutely love this sequel and I highly recommend it.

It's a feat that Brad Bird is able to make scenes of mundane domestic life as entertaining as the crowd-pleasing action scenes.

I found it all in engaging.

The family dynamic is a lot of fun and entertaining.

While the movie is utterly predictable and not always entirely sensible (heroes near the end don't do a super-obvious thing because it would have ended the movie 20 minutes earlier), it still has some terrific moments, most of these involve the youngest Incredible.

A very mysterious plot with plenty of twists and turns, great voice acting, the darkest, most violent, and most intense Disney-Pixar movie so far - and I enjoyed it for it's intensity and dark themes.

The plot was reasonably weak, literally dragged over the finish line.

Violet ended up being one of my favorites in this movie which was unexpected which resulted in Dash being a bit in the background having not much to do.

Great range of characters and plenty of memorable moments, overall a very enjoyable film.

The reveal/twist at the end is predictable and lazy.

I think it was too long and too slow...

What made the first one so great was the surprising new way it managed to mix up somewhat traditional super heroes with familiar family challenges in a creative, intelligent and highly entertaining way - all in a perfect setting and atmosphere of the classic spy films and shows.

What little financial support "The Incredibles" have is drying up and a mundane existence looks imminent when hope comes in the guise of brother and sister media billionaires (Bob Odenkirk and Catherine Keener) who want to return superheroes to their rightful place as defenders of society.

The main plot is just as the first one, but with at least some (predictable) twists.

I found the story very compelling, with the perfect combination of action, mystery, suspense, and humor.

First off, the female empowering propaganda was strong smelling in this one, political correctness seems to be shoving it's way down kids young throats & it's not on.

Michael Giacchino's score gets one in a rousing mood while also being dynamic with the action.

It is an incredibly enjoyable sequel.

The movie was great overall, it was a little slow towards the ending, but I still enjoyed it.

Yes, the story is predictable (part of it, anyway) and yes, the animation is a bit odd-why does everyone look sunburnt?

After watching it, though I enjoyed it, it was slightly predictable.

What a waste of the past 14 years -- all that time passed and no one bothered to develop a clever or entertaining plot/script.

It takes notes from the original and feels like a sequel, its action packed, and its family fun.

Having a strong female lead is great, but emphasizing their superiority over men, over and over, joke after joke, just made this movie unbearable.

Incredibles 2 is as smooth as jazz for its strong writing, gripping screenplay and brilliant execution not only charms its way around the viewers and instead has a warm gift wrapped under its "family" sheet for them.

The idea of uncontrollable somewhat powerful toddler wrecking society with his body horror could had been very fascinating.

A worthy entertaining sequel

These funny and entertaining family sequences are connected with intense action scenes, which are better than ever.

My advice, don't waste your money.

Incredible in check when his wife takes on a fabulous new job is a risky plotting move that, even if it sounds cliché, allows the story to argue that household chores and family issues aren't easy work or responsibility of a single member.

Disney is a propaganda mill ranting against the capitalist middle-class society that supports it, and I urge you to stop supporting the films they release until their focus returns to quality filmmaking.

Awful, predictable and borderline boring.

Despite these faults, the allegories to immigration and media manipulation present in the script make this film much more enjoyable.

Besides that, the problem with this movie is that is boring.

In the stunning night skyline Elastic Girl hops between helicopters with her rubber-like arms to save the Ambassador.

Characters were all one-dimensional, stereotypical and uninteresting.

I can't recommend this enough for those who love the first movie, as it's action packed, funny, thought-provoking, and gorgeous to look at just like the first one.

The story is exciting and fascinating.

The fast paced and stylish action is pretty great in most scenes.

Despite this, this movie is a fun filled, action packed adventure and one of Pixar's finest.

The first one was fantastic with fresh ideas, etc. This had no fresh ideas, was super slow at many points in the movie and almost fell asleep.

Boring and Predictably 'Girl Power' .

The two plot-lines that we cut between during the film don't really blend together all that well, and therefore the film feels disjointed.


Really bad movie, stupid feminist propaganda and a really pain to me to see what they did with the characters.

is the funniest line in this totally entertaining sequel.

It was pointless.

Not perfect, but so incredibly entertaining, family audiences will hardly feel the two hour runtime (a record in animated films).

There's an added bonus of a short b movie at the start which was enjoyable and moral .

Sad to say, I wasn't able to get enough of that same energy that I found in the first installment, and at some moments, I was even bored with the more talky parts of the film.

It's reliant on the good v evil story line with the mystery of who is behind the evil side kept reasonably suspenseful .

Would have liked to see more Edna as her role is yet again very entertaining.

This film successfully comments on gender roles, in a non-stereotypical and unexpected way.

It's funny, thrilling and Jack-Jack steals the show.

Instead, it loosely apes a few smaller subplots from the first film, swaps the headline roles, tosses in a few lazy, telegraphed twists and then wraps it all up on an empty happy note.

The action scenes were an exciting highlight of the animation.

Even though I remember very little of that first film, due to having only seen it during its original cinema release, I would say that I found it very entertaining and probably quite funny.

The story worse than the first one and got really boring really fast.

Predictable and boring, Really!

Overall, Incredibles 2 is still a great film with outstanding animation, exciting action sequences, and the same memorable characters we know and love.

To be fair, I really didn't have any interest in seeing this movie despite my fondness for the original because the trailer was uninspiring.

These elements resulted in a movie that was entertaining and stimulating from start to finish.

Great for a young audience, adults might find a little boring.

The action sequences are stunning and original.

It is no where near as good as most Marvel films and It's hard not to compare considering how they are equal in scale but this just isn't as fun, funny, engrossing or exciting as those.

Slow, boring, and nothing new.

Very entertaining and enjoyable to watch ...

Incredibles 2 succeed with a generally decent story and several funny and entertaining moments building fairly well on top of the first one.

This is a great movie, fun, entertaining, with a different dynamic.

It was very exciting, actually.

However, I think that the villain's motivation is quite vague and the plot is a little predictable.

Very enjoyable with the best part being the baby.

I thought the movie was gonna be family empowerment, defeating a wicked female lead villain, and having action packed scene!

An exciting sequel well worth the wait.

But, the villain is not good, its kind of cliche.

But other than that this is an enjoyable follow-up with comedy, action, way better visuals due to the updating of technology, and above all a charming family.

As with other Pixar sequels this one is not as fresh and interesting as the original picture, yet it is still more entertaining that most of the recent "assembly line" Hollywood movies that if it wasn't because one has dinosaurs, another has lightsabers and another has transforming robots it would be almost impossible for viewers to differentiate from each other.

However, there are some flaws that can be noticed: The villain is totally cliched along its motivations which is a disappointment considering the fact that the original features a unique and memorable villain that is one of the main highlight of the original and within this sequel, this villain is forgettable and bland.

The storyline - This was somewhat predictable and they certainly made the direction of the film obvious in terms of the 'parenting' aspects of super hero life.

It's funny,educational, and quite enjoyable.

It's not quite as good as the first movie, but it's definitely worth watching in theaters, and buying on DVD.

Someone complained about it being a "feminist propaganda" lmao another complained about too much comedy, I ENJOYED it and it's a really good animation.

For me, there's several things I like in the movie, like the fascinating lines which is so deep somehow, and the way the film teach the kids, even all parents the way to understand each other, and live for each other, so beautiful and charming.

Profanity, boredom, and political .

It is just pointless joke after pointless scene about pointlessness.

Predictable and less fun....

But it was just too intense for him.

It is enjoyable to watch and as a standalone film I do like it a lot.

Boring, cliche, and nothing we haven't seen before.

Boring & Slow .

It's entertaining.

This was yet another boring superhero movie.

The Incredibles 2 is a great family movie that is fun and engaging for all audiences.

The way the villain ultimately reveals him/herself and his/her plan is unfortunately just too predictable from the start.

Don't waste your money folks.

That job is producing plenty of enjoyable action and funny moments, and does so for most viewers of most ages.

The characters are just as entertaining and engaging to watch as they were in the original.

Enjoyable if you are a Disney/Pixar fan.

This is long, convoluted, and boring.

It was predictable.

It's too boring for me, visually not impressive, and overall mediocre.

The first one was hilarious and unexpected.

Overall, Incredibles 2 will entertain kids but for most older people, i fell they will get bored.

It's also too predictable.

the one big issue I had with the movie was the villain I saw it coming from a mile away it was so predictable and to me It just wasn't all that compelling.

Over-long, dragging, boring with a weak plot and, most surprisingly, very few laughs.

An empty cashgrab that offers nothing.

It's just so great to see these superheroes back in action after 14 years, and it's funny and exciting throughout.

It's enjoyable and a lot of fun.

7/10Musical Score (Michael Giacchino): Michael Giacchino does it again and makes an exciting score that is perfect just on its own.

In short: An empty premise kills a 14 years old masterpiece.

It's still really well made though, and entertaining enough.

Predictable, cringey dialogue, poorly developed characters.

Script and dialogues bored me to death.

The plot is the most predictable and boring plot of recent years.

Funny and fast paced: granted.

Purely enjoyable.

Its a great movie, a great trowback, a litle bit predictable but overall its enjoyable.

The movie explores a lot of the modern day tensions of family life and is really engaging throughout.

What this film has going is its updated visuals, interesting and engaging action scenes, and music; or in general its aesthetic.

But the film lacks in its execution of the script, where the plot is uncomprehendingly predictable.

Boring movie, the baby in the movie makes it funny.

The story was so predictable it's as if a 10 year old wrote it.

The movie was bright in visually, stunning animation as usual and had decent character development.

Such a good movie, much better than the first, very funny and exciting!

Comical, fun and entertaining - good vs.

It was entertaining for the fact that it was the incredibles, but it was also very predictable.

The film also felt disjointed and they turned the kids into brats that contributed nothing.

Unless, of course, the enjoy colourfull but bland kids movies.

Slow and predictable is not exactly the formula to make something "incredible".

Overall movie is boring I drifted away half way because I was waiting for funny movie not politically correct movie.

very entertaining (1 viewing)

And the action scenes were cool and entertaining.

It was super fun and I enjoyed it a lot.

A visual delight, with an intriguing story,Mind blowing action ,hilarious scenes and awesome sound-effects...

The battles scenes are incredible but the reversal is predictable and the villain is not very good.

Overall the film itself is a solid, Disney Pixar action packed film with lots of good and barely any bad!

Hilarious and intense.

The main downside I have with the film is the villain, it was incredibly predictable from the start and is not a scratch on the first villain, syndrome.

All the main characters were superb and the animation and voice-acting is flawless as you might expect, with cheeky Frozone, unpredictable Jack-Jack, and charismatic Elastigirl nearly stealing the show by themselves.

Add in some preachy moralising and hackneyed gender role reversal, along with blink-and-you-miss-it plot lines and you've got yourself a formulaic franchise sequel for attention-deficit morons.

That being said, there is definite social justice garbage being pedaled in this movie (female empowerment over men who are all a bunch of idiots, gender role switches, "illegal" social classes, etc.), and those are a part of why I was bored with the movie.

It took 14 years for an Incredibles sequel, and for some, that was far too long.

The reason is that while the family stuff is awesome and the action is cool, the villain is so predictable that it's hilarious.

We see more of the charactersGood humourIts style is still unique and enjoyable - blend of 60s Bond films and superhero genre works brilliantlyA sequel worth waiting for-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Nowadays we expect superhero films at the cinema (can anyone remember a time when there wasn't at least one being shown?!

Entertaining and funny.

Spoiler past this point -------------(I am bad at separating spoiler-content from non-spoiler content)As said above, the villain is super bland and extremely predictable, and as soon as the siblings invited the Super' characters, I knew something fishy was going on, thus I already had the siblings as prime suspects in my villain investigation.

The sequence in which he takes care of the children was confusing to watch, and made very little sense.

At its core, Incredibles had always been about family, how they keep things together while secretly wishing to go back to their exciting, super, espionage lives and that's what that made the original so unique.

Fantastic animation as expected, great voice acting, a compelling and smart story, heartwarming messages, and necessary character development.

Fortunately, the characters and humour are fabulous (awkward Violet is a delight-see her embarrassing mishap at the restaurant; the remarkable Jack-Jack is a riot-see his raccoon fight, inter-dimensional travel) and the animated action is excellent and thrilling.

My toddler is obsessed with The Incredibles, So it being entertaining for me was a plus.

Although I do not know if it was his voice or the attitude of the character, but it was simply unbearable.

The graphics were stunning and the characters looked lovely, every character was interesting.

Lacking sufficient laughs and worthwhile action, the script to this follow up suffers from serious lulls, recycled plot points and a lackluster villain.

It's difficult to follow up the excellent original.

Well worth the watch, whatever your age.

I personally enjoyed it, and I expect that families will, most likely, end up satisfied.

Save your money.

if after an hour it's still boring, what's the point?

With stunning action, more humour and a great lead in Elastigirl, Brad Bird delivers a sequel that will please long-time fans of his original film.

It may be 14 years since the original but Incredibles 2 is just as enjoyable as the first.

The music is similar to how it was before giving exciting 60's spy movie vibes.

'Incredibles 2' picks up right where it's predecessor, 'The Incredibles' left off, with the titular heroes, the Parr family, thrust into an exciting new adventure.

" Even so, she is a bit more compelling than villains in other films, like the one in the first film in 2004.

A bit long and drawn out I think

Fun, entertaining .

This movie was great fun and I thoroughly enjoyed it despite not being in the target market.

This thing was so boring.

The action sequences are great and exciting.

I enjoyed it.

Too many new (repugnant and uninteresting) characters.

Highly predictable movie.

Entertaining .

As for moments there were plenty of laughs and some quick unexpected tender moments.

Few funny lines other than that She's boring and unfunny.

The sometimes cringe worthy dialogue, the bland story, the obvious twist (in my opinion), it just seems so wasteful.

The most surprising out of these for me was definitely the compelling story.

The villain is weak and predictable, and didn't have an ounce of personality or any way to care about them like Syndrome did.

For me, it was distractingly predictable, and that made the story very bland.

The animation is so vibrate and colorful making for some exciting action scenes to go along with the amusing story they created.

I understand it's hard to top Syndrome, but this villain is uninteresting for the most part.

The mid-20th century aesthetics are still wonderfully strong, and the action scenes are even more inventive, exciting and cohesive than the already stellar first one.

Helen Parr/Elastagirl really shines here, she is the main focal point throughout the majority of the film, and I was glad she was because its so entertaining to see Helen kick butt, and it was fun to see Bob/mr incredible have to stay home and try his best alone with the kids.

It was funny, engaging and very positive.

I finished it to see if it becomes interesting later but was a childish predictable simple plot that even a 5 year old could predict.

It's ultimately lackluster, but it has good moments sprinkled throughout it, and it is worth a watch if you're interested in nice animated films or the original film, but otherwise I would think it to be boring and dull.

Good but predictable .

While most modern animated movies miraculously manage to capture the attention of any age group, this story seems to cater to grown-ups, and the word boring comes to mind.

Incredibles 2 is an overall entertaining film.

1st things 1st the original incredibles was an excellent film and i really enjoyed it.

There are some enjoyable things though.

The plot and the plot twist are simple and predictable which is good!!

LOVE this movie so so much, it's so much fun and action packed, the adventure, the characters, the humor, the animation.

fun an enjoyable!

It's such a difficult balance to strike, but it did feel like a movie that functions effectively as a simple exciting kids movie and a more thoughtful character and superhero movie at the same time.

The plot twist was predictable and action felt rushed in some areas.

Incredibles 2 is probably the most predictable movie I've ever seen.

With animation that is updated yet extremely faithful to the original, the movie maintains the fast-paced mix of intense action, stylish moves, and funny family drama.

Incredibly uninteresting work overall, given all of the time, effort, resources & talents involved.

Its getting INCREDIBLY boring...

It has its light and witty moments which are entertaining.

I really enjoyed Incredibles 2,despite it being slightly predictable in its plot and a lot of Jack-Jack scenes being unnecessary fluff, despite their hilarity.

The sound effect was surrounding and the scoring was very fitting also add up the thrilling seasoning of the fight scene.

Overall the movie was good, could have been better, but to be honest I still felt it was enjoyable to watch.

The boy is fun to watch, but has literally no story line whatsoever.

Their identity is also a bit predictable, as there are really only two suspects.

The movie is good, not as good as the first, but it is enjoyable and a nice way to entertain the little ones if you've got them.

(Hey guys look at my basement, it's empty.

What made the movie bad was the intense focus on the family life and mr incredible's internal struggles with his wife working while he stayed at home.

More thrilling then the first.

With Brad Bird returning to preside over the project after his live-action sorties in MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - GHOST PROTOCOL (2011) and TOMORROWLAND (2015), INCREDIBLES 2 grandly carries Pixar's torch in concocting a sagacious and innovative story-line out of the genre's default family-friendly tenet, here, we have an appreciable role-swapping borne out of USA's current climate's gender study, Elastigirl becomes the breadwinner while Mr. Incredible takes a back seat in attending to their kids, indeed it is the latter part that registers most fun and laughter, a stay-at-home dad's quagmire is brimful of hilarity and commiseration, tonally chimes in with its preceding short Domee Shi's BAO, depicting a typical empty nest phenomenon from a mother's angle, vamped up with an oriental touch.

The story was powerful and entertaining (beside the problem I mentioned up there) The voices were really fitting on the characters.

Maybe this movie was a bit heavy focussing on Jack Jack but he is a very entertaining character that we really get to know.

For a certainty, its greatest virtues are found in the priceless female importance, the skillful editing that balances comedy and drama as only Pixar can do, a super-absorbing soundtrack and an enchanting narrative treatment that simply would not be possible without Bird's experience, the numerous crew and the incredible vocal cast led by Craig T.

Jack-Jack is the stand-out, he is an absolute delight and it is exciting to uncover all of his superpowers.

First, This is one of the most entertaining, funny , comedy and creative animation movie and sequel ever made.

The characters are boring and the desire to see them succeed is wasted with junk scenes.

Watch the trailer and decide if you like what your seeing, if you don't, save your money!

For young children this movie will probably be very enjoyable.

The beginning of the was entertaining but it a little slow after their first fight with the underminer.

I thought the movie was great, but it was way too intense/scary for my 3 1/2 year old.


Finally while the additional characters new to the film may not have been the most memorable Pixar has invented, it had an interesting story, entertaining action, a final act that pays off, humorous moments and seeing the characters return made the film worth the wait.

Animation liberates great filmmakers, and if you needed more evidence that Brad Bird is indeed a great filmmaker, the truly rousing action scenes in Incredibles 2 should put that to bed.

They keep finding new ways of making meaningful, inventive and entertaining content, appealing to both Kids and Adults.

It was well worth my time and I enjoyed it, so I'm surprised to see it get all these 1 star reviews.

Anyway, Elastigirl is a great hero and her narrative was compelling.

Whilst still an interesting villain with believable motivations, Screenslaver never quite measures up to the menace of Syndrome from the first film, and the reveal was particularly predictable.

The villain, I will be honest, was interesting though, it was too predictable to know who he was and how he was defeated, well, I just think it could be done in many different and faster ways.

The script is adaptive, engaging and filled with exhilarating sequences that up beats the momentum of the situation and elevates the heartbeat of the audience using the character's connection among them wisely that redefines the cultural genre which is taken for granted nowadays.

Violet was so shocked that he was the waiter that water went out her nose and she got really embarrassed The movie is an amazing Family Action Film and I highly recommend it

But that being said, this movie is very enjoyable with great action and humor stitched in to the plot, which I will discuss more of later.

Boring movie.

You will like this if you liked the first movie, but I found it to be too predictable and there wasn't enough suspense.

The villain, Evelyn Dever, is an extremely weak and boring character, especially if compared to Syndrome.

The original Incredibles movie released in 2004 was fresh, exciting and uniquely different from other animated films at the time.


Visually stunning, great characters, and a plot that's fairly original.

Boring .

Was it entertaining?

The action scenes were exciting, and the movie also has spectacular comedic timing.

Incredibly boring .

Plot: Most predictable plot ever made.

It was enjoyable and reminded me of my childhood.

For an animated film, the action sequences are thrilling, sometimes heart pounding and super fun to view.

No matter how the haters or trolls say, it is apparently a stunning and excellent film!!

So the villain, initially someone with motives that we've literally never seen before in any superhero film, turns into someone whose motives are not only lazy, but predictable.

3 times i was allmost fall asleep.

This movie was boring, slow, formulaic and suffered from A LOT of not so subtle gender pandering.

Unfortunately, the A-story is rather predictable and underdeveloped, the B-story lacks structure, and the connection between the two feels a bit forced.

Just like the original film, Incredibles 2 is packed full of exciting action sequences, many of which even improve on those from the first film.

It's jazzy, thematic, and exploding with adrenaline.

forced, contrived, unimaginative, predictible, just like everything disney makes these days.

"The Incredibles 2" A technically great movie that stumbles upon your screenplay compared to its predecessor, but still retains a top-level, entertaining, thought-provoking movie with hero soundtrack, heroic costumes, beautiful comic book cliches, and an interesting antagonist but of weak motivation, a film that approaches social subjects without being forced, which is great, because it causes a naturalness to the continuation of the story, the long one is often used of an asset called "Zeze" the baby of the family that is the high point of the movie, "The Incredibles 2" may not be as good as the first, but it's a continuation of height and meets all of our expectations, a fun, enjoyable, heroic, nostalgic, funny movie with amazing animation .

Very exciting and clever I particularly loved the Jack-Jack scenes with the raccoon.

That being said, it is still an entertaining movie and not at all "painful" to watch.

For me, I found the film really dragged in places with its too predictable villain and unmemorable climax which no amount of flashy graphics could disguise.

Even my kids thought it was dull and they are easily impressed.

Dull, predictable, and trying to fulfill a poorly thought out plan are all ways I'd describe the villain.

The animation is great and very detailed, as well as the movie being just entertaining and when it's with Elastigirl I really like the story (though brought back by a bad villain) and when it was with the family it was interesting to see (though similar to the first).

The black and white strobing make these scenes extra intense to watch in the dark cinema (which I would not recommend to people with epilepsy and seizures).

Fantastic fun and entertaining throughout with fast paced action scenes, plenty of jokes, and superbly stylish animation.

So boring.

Also I felt the film dragged a bit & I also felt that them starting the film off from where it left off after well over a decade was a bit weird considering the large gap!

The conflicts between the family are generally well-developed, but their solution is forced due to the formulaic structure of the movie.

Bad: I thought this film has quite a few problems, the biggest problem was that the ending was pretty predictable, I could see it coming.

An Incredibly disappointing and boring sequel .

Also the poor balance during slow moments takes a hit here because sometimes it makes the movie boring or takes away from the tension.

It's really boring.

If you have seen lot of movies and read tons of comic books like myself it would seem predictable plus movie does have certain base plot elements similar to original.

It was boring and dash was really annoying it feels like they played more cliches in this movie.

Slow, boring and disappointing.

14 years after thrilling one generation, this sequel is sure to bring the next one on board.

Funny, exciting, clever, and real in terms of character growth despite the years that have passed between the original and the sequel.

They make up for the predictable story and some of the more forced elements of the film.

What could have been better:I don't ordinarily look for subtext in animated films, but Elasti-Girl as the central character felt a little contrived, and some of the dialogue was a little too "I am woman hear me roar" You do kinda know who the villain is early on.

It is fast paced, funny, clever and an overall good film.

It's predictable, unorginal, and uninspired.

It's visually stunning and has some of the best animation I've ever seen.

Its worth watching.

Another big issue to me was that the Helen-goes-crimefighting storyline was painfully predictable.

It was, and remains a memorable tour de force in Pixar animation and a stunning achievement in cinema.

Incredibles 2 - Funny, heartwarming, and action-packed, "Incredibles 2" boasts an amazing cast, story, and villain, and has an unexpected plot twist.

Incredibly kinda boring .

The voice cast is all around fantastic and as great as ever, and the new sides we see from the characters in this movie are fascinating, without feeling out of place or forced in any way.

The animation is as great and the characters are engaging, as expected.

The movie was also a lot more entertaining than I expected it to be.

It has moments that are exciting and completely hilarious.

It might be one of the most predictable films of all time.

It's far too long.

Other than that, an INCREDIBLY enjoyable movie.

Extremely enjoyable.