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The Incredibles DVD Review

The Incredibles DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Read a review of the new computer-animated superhero movie from Disney and Pixar - The Incredibles!

The Incredibles is the latest computer-animated flick from the wicked peeps at Disney and Pixar. It's all about the super-heroic Mr. Incredible and his super-powered family. The problem is, 15 years ago, some loser started suing superheroes for breaking stuff and they all had to hang up their super-suits. Now the poor dude is stuck workin' at a desk for a pint-sized jerk of a boss. But, can Mr. Incredible stay Mr. Not-Incredible forever? No way! Especially not when a mystery call gives him a chance to strap on his super-suit and kick butt again.

How Incredible are The Incredibles?

Mr. Incredibles' super hero family race to the rescue in the computer-animated movie, The Incredibles!
Courtesy of Disney/Pixar
They're awesome. From the incredible computer animation to the awesome sound effects, action-packed villain-stomping action and funny stuff, The Incredibles is a blast. When The Incredibles aren't dodging missiles, running faster than a rocket ship or saving the day, they're a totally normal family with babysitters and leftovers for dinner. Even if you aren't a comic book fan, The Incredibles is still a great action movie and fun for peeps of any age.

Super Villains vs. The Incredibles!

Other than the fact that the secret identity of the Dragonball Z hairdo packin' villain, Syndrome, is totally obvious, it's a flawless movie!

The Incredibles - DVD Features

The amount of features on this DVD is incredible. The peeps at [kwlink]Disney/Pixar[/kwlink] did not hold out on the goods. There are bloopers, deleted scenes, several behind-the-scenes featurettes and a brand new animated short film, found exculsively on The Incredibles DVD. Also, find out more about The Incredible family with top secret NSA files!

The Incredibles - Bottom Line

The super-villain, Syndrome, is out to destroy Mr. Incredible and his super powered family in The Incredibles!
Courtesy of Disney/Pixar
You better believe it! The Incredibles is a computer-generated, super-hero filled, action fest with a dose of humor and a twist! If you want rock-em, sock-em action with heroes battling villains, you've got it. If you're looking for chuckles, The Incredibles will tickle your funny bone. What are you doing sitting in front of your computer? Go grab some friends and check this movie out!

The Incredibles - Soundtrack

This soundtrack doesn't feature any of today's popular songs. Instead, it's all about orchestrated jazz music that takes you back in time to the '60s, when movies were all about perilous missions, international intrigue and espionage.

The Incredibles Rating: 5

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