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8 Signs “The Incredibles 2” is for You

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| June 28, 2018

8 Signs

“The Incredibles 2”

is for You

By Tim Henares

Here we are again, with another guaranteed blockbuster from Pixar, and another round of cynical sighs from people who wonder if this is just another cash grab. After all, The   Incredibles,   as successful as it was, came out 14 years ago, making anyone feel older by just realizing that.

So if you’re of the skeptical type and want to make sure you’re not wasting your hard-earned money to catch   The Incredibles 2,   here are 8 questions to ask yourself before going out to watch it. Hint:   Incredibles 2   is probably for you, unless you have no soul.

8. Did you like the first film?

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The first film was both a landmark in CGI animation quality and storytelling, as the first  Incredibles  did what the movie version of   The Watchmen    wasn’t quite able to do: deconstruct the superhero genre in an endearing way. With its “realistic” (but not gritty) take on the daily life of a superhero who has been forced to go under, it was a fun romp nobody saw coming.

 

7. Do you like villains who have a point?

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Like Syndrome, the new villain in   The Incredibles 2    has a valid point. Remember: in the first film, as much of a bad guy Syndrome was, you could see where he was coming from. You might feel, on some level, that you would end up agreeing with the sequel’s villain, too.

 

6. Did you enjoy Father’s Day?

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Whether as a dad, or as someone who adores your dad, or even as someone with Daddy Issues longing for a great dad, this film is a tour de force for all the stay-at-home dads out there who have ever had to contend with something out of their traditional wheelhouse. The trailer hints at this at length, so nope, this ain’t a spoiler.

 

5. Did you like Jack Jack?

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If you saw the first film and wanted to see more out of the youngest in the family, then you are in for a treat, because Jack Jack is definitely a lot more involved in this installment.