The IncrediblesDVD - 2005 | 2-disc collector's edition Widescreen version
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This is a great family movie because it's about a family! Fantastic animation, quirky characters, and an amazing story line make this movie a keeper.
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Edna: I didn't know the baby's powers so I covered the basics.
Helen: Jack-Jack doesn't have any powers.
Edna: No? Well, he'll look fabulous anyway.
Helen: "everybody's special Zach"
Zach: "that's just another way of saying nobody is."
I thought you'd be back by 11
I said I'd be back later.
I assumed you'd be back later. lf you came back at
all...you'd be ''back later''.
Well, I'm back, okay?
Edna Mode (aka."E") quote - "Supermodels!? Ha! There's nothing "super" about them.... They're just spoiled, stupid, little stick figures with poofy lips who think only of themselves!"
bob smashes his car when he drives into the drive way and the little boy on a tricycle is there
little boy: That was totally awesome
Old Man #1: Ya see that? That's the way to do it. That's old school.
Old Man #2: Yeah. No school like the old school.
Old Man #1: Right!
Rick Dicker: We've frozen all of Syndrome's assets. If he even sneezes, we'll be there with a hanky and a pair of handcuffs.
Bob: [shouts loudly] I'm sorry ma'am, I know you're upset.
Bob: Pretend to be upset.
[old lady starts sobbing very convincingly]
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this is a battle between summerheros and the society...according to society the "supers"are just trouble makers... now the superheros are trying to save their reputation by saving the city from a robot
"Supers"–humans gifted with superpowers–were once seen as heroes, but collateral damage from their various good deeds led the government to create a "Supers Relocation Program", forcing the Supers to fit in among the civilians and not use their superpowers. Bob and Helen Parr, who are Supers, have married and raised three children, Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack, in the suburbs of Metroville; Violet and Dash have innate superpowers, but the toddler Jack-Jack has yet to show any. Bob, stuck in a white-collar job at an insurance agency, reminisces of his former days as Mr. Incredible, and sneaks out on Wednesday nights with his Super friend, Lucius Best (a.k.a. Frozone), to fight street crime.
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