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Incredibles 2




Incredibles 2 


I am very thankful Disney sent Family Friendly Gaming the Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Code retail version of Incredibles 2. There are some interesting discussions within this movie. There are also some controversies that I will try to explore. Thankfully this movie picks up where the last one left off. We see the family work together against the Underminder. This is probably the best scene in the movie. It reminded me of the Fantastic Four in so many ways.

The Underminer gets away and damage is caused to the city. The super heroes are blamed for it and are put up in a motel for two weeks. After that they need to fend for themselves. Mr Incredible is all ready for doing the normal manly duties and providing for his family. That is until his wife Elastigirl is offered a job to improve the image of the super heroes and get the law changed. In essence break the law to change the law.

This is where Incredibles 2 gets radicalized and extremely controversial. The gender confusion this movie supports is being pointed out by concerned groups. Incredibles 2 has also been accused of being part of the war on men. There is also violence and mild language issues in this movie. There is a really bright scene with flashing lights that can damage those with epilepsy.

Jack-Jack is absolutely hilarious in Incredibles 2 His seventeen powers can be seen in the Auntie Edna short. Craftie mom and Noah did a video review of that short. That should be online around the same time as this review. Jack-Jack winds up saving the day in Incredibles 2 too. That is pretty neat to see. Jack-Jack is the runaway star in Incredibles 2. He overshadows his siblings easily.

There are a variety of interesting issues deal with in Incredibles 2. Do you break a law you disagree with to try and get it changed? Do you help when others ask for it? Do you apologize for helping clean up someone's mess because they do not like the outcome? Are screens brainwashing us? Do you accept the lessons in the entertainment you watch? Are you even aware of the lessons being taught you from entertainment?
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Sounds: 70%
Replay/Extras: 95%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: Blu-ray/DVD
Publisher: Disney
Developer: Pixar
Rating: ‘PG’ - Parental Guidance Suggested {For Action Sequences and some Brief Mild Language}
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