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The Incredibles (2004)

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released by Walt Disney Pictures, written and directed by Brad Bird: "The dad is always expected in the family to be strong, so I made him strong. The moms are always pulled in a million different directions, so I made her stretch like taffy. Teenagers, particularly teenage girls, are insecure and defensive, so I made her turn invisible and turn on shields. And ten-year-old boys are hyperactive energy balls. Babies are unrealized potential."
INTRO LINES MR. INCREDIBLE: Is this on? TV HOST VOICE: That's fine. MR. INCREDIBLE: I can break through walls, I just can't... TV HOST VOICE: That's fine. MR. INCREDIBLE: I can't get this on. TV HOST VOICE: Mr. Incredible... Do you have a secret identityhave a secret identity? TV HOST VOICE: I could get to that point. MR. INCREDIBLE: "Please?" TV HOST VOICE: We're not finished. MR. INCREDIBLE: Sometimes I think I'd just like the simple life, you know? Relax a little and raise a family. ELASTIGIRL: Settle down? Are you kidding? I'm at the top of my game! I'm up there with the big dogs! Girls, come on. Leave the saving of the world to the men? I don't think so.

Characters with picture, quote and actor's voice

Mr. Incredible has super-strength  and limited invulnerability
Mr. Incredible has super-strength and limited invulnerability
(Craig T. Nelson) "You are my greatest adventure"
  Elastigirl, able to stretch her body like rubber
Elastigirl, able to stretch her body like rubber
(Holly Hunter) "You have more power than you realize"
  Dashiell Robert Dash Parr, fourth-grader second child, possessing super-speed
Dashiell Robert Dash Parr, fourth-grader second child, possessing super-speed
(Spencer Fox) "I'll only be the best by a tiny bit"
  Violet, Parrs' daughter able to turn invisible and project impact-resistant force-fields
Violet, Parrs' daughter able to turn invisible and project impact-resistant force-fields
(Sarah Vowell) "What makes you think it's special?"
 
Bob Parr, former superhero relocated as average citizen
Bob Parr, former superhero relocated as average citizen
(Craig T. Nelson) "I'd like to help, but there's nothing I can do"
  Helen Parr, Bob's wife
Helen Parr, Bob's wife
(Holly Hunter) "It's great to see you, but I have no idea what you're talking about"
  Jack-Jack, Parrs' infant third child, shows an ability to turn himself into living flame
Jack-Jack, Parrs' infant third child, shows an ability to turn himself into living flame
(Eli Fucile and Maeve Andrews)
  Tony Rydinger, a popular boy at Violet's school
Tony Rydinger, a popular boy at Violet's school
(Michael Bird) "Different is great. Do you think maybe you and I..."
Syndrome, the main villain
Syndrome, the main villain
(Jason Lee) "I'll give them heroics. I'll give them the most spectacular heroics anyone's ever seen!"
  Rick Dicker, the government agent overseeing the relocation program
Rick Dicker, the government agent overseeing the relocation program
(Bud Luckey) "We pay damages, erase memories, relocate your family"
  Frozone has the ability to form ice from the humidity in the air
Frozone has the ability to form ice from the humidity in the air
(Samuel L. Jackson) "I don't see anyone from the old days"
Mirage, Syndrome's agent
Mirage, Syndrome's agent
(Elizabeth Pena) "You're still here. You can still do great things."
  Mrs. Hogenson, an elderly woman who seeks help for an insurance claim
Mrs. Hogenson, an elderly woman who seeks help for an insurance claim
(Jean Sincere) "I can't pay for this."
  Kari McKeen, Jack-Jack's babysitter
Kari McKeen, Jack-Jack's babysitter
(Bret Parker) "I've taken courses, learned CPR, excellent marks and certificates."
 
Gilbert Huph, Bob's supervisor at his white-collar insurance job
Gilbert Huph, Bob's supervisor at his white-collar insurance job
(Wallace Shawn) "They're penetrating the bureaucracy!"
  Bernie Kropp, Dash's neurotic teacher
Bernie Kropp, Dash's neurotic teacher
(Lou Romano) "You can see it on his smug little face"
  Lucius Best, formerly Frozone, Bob's friend with whom performs vigilante work
Lucius Best, formerly Frozone, Bob's friend with whom performs vigilante work
(Samuel L. Jackson) "We are talking about the greater good"
  Edna Mode, the fashion designer for the Supers
Edna Mode, the fashion designer for the Supers
(Brad Bird) "You can't! It's impossible! I'm far too busy. So ask me now, before I again become sane."

Other cast as voices

Jason Lee as Buddy Pine, who has no super powers; John Ratzenberger as The Underminer, a new villain who appears at the end of the film; Dominique Louis as Bomb Voyage, a villain from the past; Wayne Canney as John Walker, the principal of Dash's school; Franklin Rosborough "Frank" Thomas (1912 - 2004) and Oliver Martin "Ollie" Johnston, Jr. (1912 - 2008) (two of Walt Disney's Nine Old Men) as Old Man 1 "Did you see that? That's the way to do it." and Old Man 2 "Yeah. No school like the old school."

Incredibles quotes

how fast were you going
how fast were you going
  customers make me unhappy
customers make me unhappy
  just need a patch job
just need a patch job
  only wanted to help
only wanted to help
  dad is the trouble
dad is the trouble
 
we have to find out
we have to find out
  everyone can be super
everyone can be super
  a remote that controls
a remote that controls
  is different okay
is different okay
   

Movie transcript with snapshot pictures part 1

RADIO NEWS VOICE: We interrupt for a bulletin. A high-speed pursuit between police and armed gunmen is underway, traveling northbound on San Pablo Ave. MR. INCREDIBLE: Yeah, I've got time. OLD WOMAN: Mr. Incredible. MR. INCREDIBLE: What is it, ma'am? OLD WOMAN: My cat, Squeaker, won't come down. MR. INCREDIBLE: Certainly. I suggest you stand clear. There could be trouble. OLD WOMAN: No, he's quite tame. MR. INCREDIBLE: Let go now. POLICE OFFICER 1: Thank you, Mr. Incredible. You've done it again.Thank you, Mr. Incredible. You've done it again. POLICE OFFICER 2: You're the best. MR. INCREDIBLE: No, I'm just here to help. POLICE RADIO CENTER: All units. We have a tour bus robbery... MR. INCREDIBLE: Tour bus robbery. I've still got time. Officers. Ma'am. Squeaker. BUDDY PINE: Cool! Ready for take-off! MR. INCREDIBLE: What the... Who are you supposed to be? BUDDY PINE: I'm IncrediBoy. MR. INCREDIBLE: What? No. You're that kid from the fan club. Brophy. Brody. Buddy! Buddy! BUDDY PINE: My name is IncrediBoy. MR. INCREDIBLE: I've been nice, I've stood for photos, signed every scrap of paper you pushed at me... BUDDY PINE: No, don't worry about training me. I know your moves, crime fighting style, favorite catch phrases, everything! I'm your number one fan!I'm your number one fan! Hey! Hey, wait! MR. INCREDIBLE: You know, you can tell a lot about a woman by the contents of her purse, but maybe that's not what you had in mind. THIEF: Hey, look... MR. INCREDIBLE: Elastigirl! ELASTIGIRL: Mr. Incredible. MR. INCREDIBLE: It's all right. I've got him. ELASTIGIRL: Sure, you've got him. I just took him out for you. MR. INCREDIBLE: Sure, you did. His attention was on me. ELASTIGIRL: A fact I exploited to do my job. MR. INCREDIBLE: My job, you mean. ELASTIGIRL: A simple thank you will suffice. MR. INCREDIBLE: Thanks, but I don't need any help. ELASTIGIRL: Whatever happened to "ladies first"? MR. INCREDIBLE: Well, whatever happened to equal treatment? THIEF: Look, the lady got me first. ELASTIGIRL: Well, we could share, you know. MR. INCREDIBLE: I work alone. ELASTIGIRL: Well, I think you need to be more flexibleI think you need to be more flexible. MR. INCREDIBLE: Are you doing anything later? ELASTIGIRL: I have a previous engagement. MR. INCREDIBLE: Now, you just stay here. They usually pick up the garbage in an hour. FROZONE: Hey, Incredible! MR. INCREDIBLE: Hey, Frozone! FROZONE: Shouldn't you be getting readyShouldn't you be getting ready? MR. INCREDIBLE: I still got time. WOMAN ON STREET VOICE: He's gonna jump! OLIVER SANSWEET: I think you broke something. MR. INCREDIBLE: With counseling, I think you'll come to forgive me. Wait a minute. Bomb Voyage. BOMB VOYAGE: Mr. Incredible! BUDDY PINE: And IncrediBoy! BOMB VOYAGE: IncrediBoy? BUDDY PINE: Aren't you curious about how I get around so fast? I have rocket boots. MR. INCREDIBLE: Go home, Buddy. Now. BUDDY PINE: What? BOMB VOYAGE: Little oaf...! BUDDY PINE: Can we talk? You always say be true to yourself, but you never say which part to be true to. Well, I've finally figured out who I am. I am your ward. IncrediBoy! MR. INCREDIBLE: And now, you have officially carried it too far, Buddy. BUDDY PINE: This is because I don't have powers, isn't it? Not every super hero has powers, you know. You can be super without them. I invented these. I can fly. Can you fly? MR. INCREDIBLE: Fly home, Buddy. I work alone. BOMB VOYAGE: And your outfit is totally ridiculous! BUDDY PINE: Just give me one chance! I'll show you. I'll go get the police. MR. INCREDIBLE: Buddy, don't! BUDDY PINE: It'll only take a second, really. MR. INCREDIBLE: No, stop! There's a bomb! BUDDY PINE: Let go, you're wrecking my flight pattern. I can do this if you let go! MR. INCREDIBLE: Will you just... BUDDY PINE: I'm trying to help! Stop! MR. INCREDIBLE: Let go of my cape! MR. INCREDIBLE: Take this one home. And make sure his mom knows what he's been doing. BUDDY PINE: I can help you. You're making a mist... MR. INCREDIBLE: The injured jumper. You sent paramedics? POLICE OFFICER 1: They picked him up. MR. INCREDIBLE: The blast in that building was caused by Bomb Voyage who I caught robbing the vault. We might nab him if we set up a perimeter. POLICE OFFICER 1: He got away? MR. INCREDIBLE: Well, yeah. Skippy here made sure of that. BUDDY PINE: IncrediBoy. MR. INCREDIBLE: You're not affiliated with me! Holy smokes, I'm late. Listen, I've gotta be somewhere. POLICE OFFICER 1: What about Bomb Voyage? MR. INCREDIBLE: Any other night, I'd go after him, but I really gotta go. Don't worry. We'll get him! Eventually! BOB PARR: Is the night still young? LUCIUS BEST: You're very late. BOB PARR: How do I look? Good? LUCIUS BEST: The mask. You still got the mask. BOB PARR: Showtime. REVEREND: Robert Parr, will you have this woman to be your lawful wedded wife? HELEN: You're late. When you asked if I was doing anything later, I didn't realize you'd forgotten. I thought it was playful banter. BOB PARR: It was. HELEN: Cutting it close, don't you think? BOB PARR: You need to be more flexible. HELEN: I love you, but if we're gonna make this workI love you, but if we're gonna make this work, you've gotta be more than Mr. Incredible. You know that. Don't you? REVEREND: So long as you both shall live? BOB PARR: I do. REVEREND: I pronounce this couple husband and wife. HELEN: As long as we both shall live. No matter what happens. BOB PARR: Hey, come on. We're superheroes, what could happen? TV REPORTER MALE VOICE: In a stunning turn of events, a superhero is being sued for saving someoneIn a stunning turn of events, a superhero is being sued for saving someone who, apparently, didn't want to be saved. The plaintiff, Oliver Sansweet, who was foiled in his attempted suicide by Mr. Incredible, has filed suit against the famed superhero in Superior Court. LAWYER: Mr. Sansweet didn't ask to be saved. He didn't want to be saved. The injury received from Mr. Incredible's "actions," causes him daily pain. MR. INCREDIBLE: Hey! I saved your life! OLIVER SANSWEET: You didn't save my life! You ruined my death. LAWYER: My client has no comment. TV REPORTER MALE VOICE: Another suit was filed by victims of the El train accident. Incredible's court losses cost the government millions. And opened the floodgates for dozens of superhero lawsuits the world over. PUBLIC WOMAN: It is time for their secret identity to become their only identity. Time for them to join us, or go awayTime for them to join us, or go away. TV REPORTER MALE VOICE: Under public pressure, and the financial burden of an ever mounting series of lawsuits, the government quietly initiated the Superhero Relocation Program. The supers were granted amnesty from responsibility for past actions, in exchange for the promise to never again resume hero work. Where are they now? They are living among us. Average citizens, average heroes. Quietly and anonymously continuing to make the world a better place. one policy at a timeone policy at a time GILBERT HUPH: I don't wanna know about it. Don't tell me about it. Tell me how you're keeping Insuricare in the black. Tell me how that's possible, with you writing checks to every Harry Hardluck and Sally Sobstory that gives you a phone call. SUPERVISOR VOICE: Morning break is over. Morning break is over. NOTE: To watch the pictures in high resolution, click on them
The Incredibles, original release posterThe Incredibles, original release poster

Production

Written and directed by Brad Bird (basing the story on his own experiences trying to balance a career with family); produced by John Walker with John Lasseter as executive producer; music by Michael Giacchino; cinematography by Andrew Jimenez, Patrick Lin, Janet Lucroy; film editing by Stephen Schaffer; production design by Lou Romano; art direction by Ralph Eggleston.

Awards

The American Film Institute nominated The Incredibles for its Top 10 Animated Films list. The film received the 2004 Annie Award for Best Animated Feature. Win two Academy Awards (Best Animated Feature Film of the Year, beating two DreamWorks films, Shrek 2 and Shark Tale, and Best Achievement in Sound Editing) and two nominations (Best Writing, Original Screenplay and Best Achievement in Sound Mixing). It was nominated for the 2004 Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy. It became the first entirely animated film to win the prestigious Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation.

Trivia

This is the second Pixar film to feature a nuclear family (mother, father, children) and the first to feature a nuclear family that stays intact throughout the movie (technically, the first movie was Finding Nemo (2003), which started out with Marlin, his wife Coral, and all their "children", the eggs.

Video games

A video game based on the film was released on the PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, Game Boy Advance, PC, and Macintosh, as well as on mobile phones. A second game, The Incredibles: Rise of the Underminer, was released for Xbox, and Nintendo DS, as well as on Windows and OS X.


Watch other parts of movie
The Incredibles part 1
The Incredibles part 1
  2 what do you know about normal
2 what do you know about normal
  3 your secret is safe with us
3 your secret is safe with us
  4 you need a new suit
4 you need a new suit
 
5 only hero work can
5 only hero work can
  6 what we're not gonna do
6 what we're not gonna do
  7 a whole family of supers
7 a whole family of supers
  8 can be Mr. Incredible again
8 can be Mr. Incredible again