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Incredibles 2 (2018)

Viewing Feb '19 ///

Mr Incredible and Elastagirl reverse roles as Elastagirl is called into superhero action, leaving Mr Incredible to singlehandedly look after the kids. Ticking all the boxes that you’d want to see out of another Incredibles film, it provides the audience with twists and turns, action and lots of superpowers. With large boots to fill, coming from the success of the first film, it calls back on many of the crowd pleaser moments, which some might consider a lack of creativity, or Hollywood producers taking over. Overall, I don’t think that any fans of the first film would be disappointed with its sequel, however the structure does feel similar, and for me, doesn’t quite go above and beyond its predecessor.


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