Review: This Movie Is Incredible Two


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I have just seen Incredibles 2, an amazing movie but it may not be for everyone. I am talking about action and so much detail in the movie, but you may not like it because there are so many details in each  scene that you may get lost in the plot.

The Incredibles (the Parr family) are in hiding because of the law where superheroes are illegal. Mr.Incredible and Elastigirl are offered a job to be superheroes and make superheroes legal again. A supervillain, “Screensaver,” is causing havoc in the city. The family has to come together to stop screensaver.  

The movie actually takes place in 1962 with a world like ours but where superheroes are as common as comic books are to us. I know, surprising, but it is true people may think that it would be way later but in the first Incredibles movie, Jack Jack is an infant and in Incredibles 2 he is still an infant which means the movie begins where it left off.

Holly Hunter is the actress who plays Elastigirl in the movie. She plays her part well, making viewers feel that she is Elastigirl and that she feels what the characters emotions are. Violet Parr is played by Sarah Vowell who does an amazing job of playing a teenager connecting with their emotions.

What I liked about the film is the graphics and the hard work that was put into this movie, And how the actors and actresses were amazing playing their characters.

Some of the things I disliked were that there was just too much going on in the movie and in the scenes. It was hard to follow the plot.

I learned that to get something accomplished you need to work together. If you don’t,  nothing will get done and the matters will become worse. I think people could learn that there are better things than working by yourself and it is better to work together.

I recommend this movie to people who like action and drama not to those who like calm movies. 

I would give this movie a 4 out of 5 action signs.

A. Myers is in the eighth grade. She is a staff cartoonist for RO: In the Know. She is on the cheer team and likes animals and ice skating. She loves to hang out and help her family.

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