Thread: The Incredibles!!!
"That was totally wicked!"
I love that part! My friends and I say that all the time now...
although I didn't see it in the theatre.
But what I want to know is...how did that super-suit designer know that the baby would need a fire proof suit? Or did she just guess right?
I'll bet the supersuit designer knew the kid's suit would need to be fireproof because the scriptwriter told her so.
I thought for little children it was quite funny, you should remember that' this movie is thought for children!!!
But it isn’t, really. I mean, it is written as something that little kids will enjoy and can watch (not too scary or inappropriate), but just like all Pixar movies, it has many elements a more adult audience can enjoy. A young kid isn’t going to catch the allusions to popular culture that are scattered through the move, including the powers o f the superheroes themselves- for instance, Mrs. Incredible and daughter both have the same powers as members of the Fantastic Four, and I believe the Fantastic Four fight a villain that looks very similar to the “Underminer” (end of movie) in an early issue. The lines about “celebrating the mediocre” and “saying everyone is special is the same is saying no one is” are also things little kids aren’t necessarily going to fully understand. My friend thought it was going to be a little kid movie because it was animated, and only went to the movie because he didn’t get to hang out with another friend and I very often, and we had invited him to come with us. He ended up loving it!
It is very good and I could relate to all the characters now that I have lost all my super-abilities.
I have to say though...the first time I saw a preview for it...it didn't really excite me. But, I still knew it'd be good. I mean...it IS Pixar!
I thought the Edna character was HILARIOUS!!! I thought she just made the baby's suit everything because she didn't know what its superpower was.
RE: Edna knowing the baby's suit would need to be fireproof. I think she made all four suits fireproof. Can you think of anything worse than a superhero who's suit is in flames while he/she/it is in the process rescuing victims from a conflagration?