Incredibles 2

Synopsis: Bob Parr (Mr. Incredible) is left to care for the kids while Helen (Elastigirl) is out saving the world.
Director(s): Brad Bird
Production: Disney/Pixar
 
IMDB:
8.2
Metacritic:
80
Rotten Tomatoes:
93%
PG
Year:
2019
118 min
Website
26,874 Views


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File 82-712:

Agent Rick Dicker interrogating.

State your name, please.

Uh... Tony.

Tony Rydinger.

Tell me about the incident.

Well, there's this girl in my class.

I saw her at the track meet.

- You're Violet, right?

- That's me.

I sorta knew her, but she'd changed.

For better.

She was more sure of herself, cool, cute.

I asked her out for a movie.

- So, Friday?

- Friday.

And then I went to watch the track meet.

Not long after, this 'thing'

happened in the parking lot.

Behold, the Underminer!

I am always beneath you,

but nothing is beneath me.

As if things aren't weird enough,

I look over and I see these boots.

- You two stay here.

- Wait, should we be doing this?

It is still illegal.

It looked like super heroes.

- We're going to lose him.

- Oh, all right.

One of you control the perimeter,

keep the crowd back and safe.

The other watch after Jack-jack.

- But, I thought we were gonna...

- You heard your mother.

Trampoline me.

I call perimeter.

You're not going anywhere.

Come back here!

I see my chance to get out of there.

But, there's something familiar

about one of the kids' voices.

The girl, she's upset, and

she throws down her mask,

and it's her!

Oh, Tony!

Hi. This isn't what you think it is.

This was getting too freaky

I couldn't handle it and ran off.

I feel kinda bad about it.

Maybe I should've said, hi, or something.

It's not her fault superheroes are illegal.

And it's not like I don't like

strong girls,

I'm pretty secure, manhood-wise...

What is that?

Have you told anyone else about this?

Your parents?

No, they'd only think

I was high on something.

- I think you know what I mean.

- Sure, kid.

I like this girl, Mr. Dicker,

I'm supposed to go out

with her Friday night.

Now things are just gonna be weird.

I wish I could forget I ever saw her

in that suit.

You will, kid.

You will.

[INCREDIBLES 2]

Come on!

Consider yourselves undermined!

- Underminer, we meet again!

- Huh?

Oh, great! Now he's having

a dead end.

Oh!

Incredible,...

meet Jackhammer!

(...)

Bye-bye!

No no no...

Everyboy, stand back, okay?

Stay back!

Dash, can't you see we're babysitting.

I can't steer it, or stop it

and the Underminer's escaped.

We'll have to stop it...

Bob, the monorail!

Frozone! Yeah!

We have to stop this thing

before it gets to the overpass.

I'll try to keep it away

from the buildings.

Hey, lady!

Thank you so much, young man.

Violet!

Stop!

Everybody stop!

- Heads up, dad!

- Dash!

- Violet, who's watching Jack-Jack?

- Dad's watching him.

Violet, here, you take him.

It's headed for City Hall.

Mom needs help.

They're out in public again.

This is our chance!

Follow them.

Follow Frozone!

Bob!

Help me with the boiler.

That should do it.

What are you kids doing?

Get outta here!

This thing's gonna blow!

There's no time!

We did it!

Freeze, supers!

Oh, what did we do!

Excuse me, Mr. 'Zone?

Sorry, but, I'm not really

supposed to be here.

Which seems wrong, doesn't it?

Perhaps you'd be interested in

changing that law?

Superheroes, including Frozone,

Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl,

caused further damage to the city.

The Underminer remains at large.

- We didn't start this fight.

- Well, you didn't finish it, either!

- Dd you stop Underminer from

inflicting more damage? - No.

- Did you stop him from robbing

the banks? - No.

- Did you catch him?

- No.

The banks were insured, we

have infrastructure in place

to deal with these matters.

If you had simply done nothing,

everything would now be

proceeding in an orderly fashion.

You'd have preferred we do nothing?

Without a doubt.

You weren't much help.

You want out of the hole?

First you gotta put down

the shovel.

Uh, that went poorly.

Dad, this is probably

not the best time

to tell you about this, but,

something else happened today:

about a kid, and my mask.

Oh hey, Rick, Violet's friend,

a kid named Tony,

might have seen her in the outfit

without her mask.

- Talkative type?

- Dunno, last name is Rydinger.

Tony Rydinger. I'll check it out.

Bob, Helen.

A word if you don't mind.

The program's been shut down.

What?

Politicians don't understand

people who do good

simply because it's right.

Makes them nervous.

They've been gunning

for supers for years.

Today was all they needed.

Anyway, I'm done.

I'm afraid two more weeks in the motel

was the best I can do for you.

- It's ain't much.

- You've done plenty, Rick.

We won't forget it.

Well, it has been a great honor

working with you good people.

Thanks for everything. And good luck.

Yeah, you too.

Did you wash your hands?

With the soap?

Did you dry them?

What?! Is this all vegetables?

Who ordered all vegetables?

I did. They're good and

you're going to have some.

Are we going to talk about it?

- What?

- The elephant in the room.

- What elephant?

- I guess not, then.

- You're referring to today?

- Yeah! What's the deal with today?

We all make mistakes.

For example, you kids were

supposed to watch Jack-Jack.

Babysitting, while you guys

did the important stuff.

We talked about this.

You're not old enough to decide

about these things.

- We are old enough to help out.

- Yeah!

Isn't that what you tell us, dad?

Yeah, well, help out can mean

many different things.

- But we're supposed to help

if there's trouble. - Yeah.

- Aren't you glad we helped today?

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Brad bird

Brad Bird is an American animator, director, screenwriter, and producer, best known for his work in the animation industry. He was born on September 24, 1957, in Kalispell, Montana, United States. Bird began his career in animation in the 1980s, working on popular TV shows like "The Simpsons" and "The Critic". He later went on to direct and write several critically acclaimed animated films, including "The Iron Giant" (1999), "The Incredibles" (2004), "Ratatouille" (2007), and "Incredibles 2" (2018). Bird's films are known for their combination of humor, heart, and action, as well as their focus on character development and storytelling. He has won numerous awards for his work, including Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature for "The Incredibles" and "Ratatouille". more…

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