The Incredibles 2004 4K Bluray 2160P UHD
Genre: Animation , Action , Adventure , Family
Language: English | French
Release Date: 28 January 2005 (China)
IMDB Rating: 8.0
Director: Brad Bird
Cast: Craig T. Nelson , Samuel L. Jackson , Holly Hunter , Jason Lee , Dominique Louis , Teddy Newton , Jean Sincere , Eli Fucile , Maeve Andrews , Wallace Shawn , Spencer Fox , Lou Romano , Wayne Canney , Sarah Vowell , Michael Bird
Sound: DTS(Digital DTS Sound), Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Atmos(4K Blu-Ray Release)
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Max File Size:49.57 GB
A family of undercover superheroes| while trying to live the quiet suburban life| are forced into action to save the world.
This is one of the finest animated films I have ever seen. Not only is it a fine animated film, it is a great film period. The film obviously takes its cue from several real life super hero comic books, especially The Fantastic Four and the Justice Society of America. The Fantastic Four comparison is obvious due to the fact that Elatigirl and Violet were obviously inspired by Mr. Fantastic (aka. Reed Richards) and the Invisible Woman (aka. Sue Storm Richards) respectively. The J.S.A. influence is a little more obscure. Several years ago, DC Comics issued a mini-series that attempted to explain the demise of the Justice Society by claiming that the group was forced to disband after their loyalty to America was questioned during the 1950’s. In this film, all the heroes were forced into hiding after the government refused to pay for wrongful legal claims brought against the super heroes of this film. Also, there are many in jokes that the casual viewer might not get, but that made it enjoyable for comic book fans. This the island scenes look as if they could have been inspired by many of the series produced by Gerry Anderson of the 1960’s (eg. the Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet).
Another thing that made this film unique was its look. If you notice, the city where the story takes place looks like a fairly modern metropolis. However, if you look at the cars in the film, most of them look as if they would have been more at home in the mid to late 1960’s. Also, the way that many of the characters were dressed also could have put them in that time.
However, the thing that I really loved about this film was the fact that even though it was geared primarily to children, it was dark enough in theme to appeal to adults. In fact, there are a couple of scenes that you wouldn’t normally associate with a film geared towards children.
This film is definitely a classic of animation and once again Pixar shows why they are the masters of computer animation.
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