Where the first film focused on Bob Parr – aka Mr. Incredible – attempting to juggle superhero duties and family commitments, the sequel flips the idea on its head.

Elastigirl is now front and centre, with Bob playing Daddy Daycare. It also does a brilliant job of illustrating the many facets of the word ‘super’. Sure, the heroes are out there fighting crime, but there’s an argument to be made that those who look after the family at home and take care of the day-to-day stuff are equally super. Bob needs to re-learn maths to help out Dash; Violet is dealing with her first big crush on a boy at school; and baby Jack-Jack is about to discover his own superpowers.

It’s been 14 years since we last saw the Parrs and accordingly, Pixar’s franchise has grown up with its audience. The jokes are still just as witty, but now more culturally reflective, and there’s a cheeky new supervillain called Screenslaver (think about it). Twenty-somethings who loved the original as kids will be just as keen to get their hands on a copy of this as the little ones. And just like the original, there’s plenty for young and old to enjoy in this incredible sequel.

Release Date: November 28, 2018
Format: DVD, Blu-ray, 3D, 4K
 Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Samuel L. Jackson

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