The Incredibles

The Incredibles is a 2004 computer-animated superhero film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. It was written and directed by Brad Bird, a former director and executive consultant of The Simpsons. The Incredibles was originally developed as a traditionally-animated film for Warner Bros., but after the studio shut down its division for fully animated theatrical features, Bird took the story with him to Pixar, where he reunited with John Lasseter. The Incredibles is the sixth feature film from Pixar. It is the first full-length Pixar film to feature an entirely human cast of characters. According to the Internet Movie Database, it was the highest-selling DVD of 2005, with 17.18 million copies sold.

On the night of his wedding to Elastigirl (Holly Hunter), Mr. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson) takes enough time to stop in the city of Metroville. While he is attempting to capture villain Bomb Voyage (Dominique Lewis) during a bank robbery, Buddy Pine (Jason Lee), a fan of Mr. Incredible, attempts to help acting as Mr. Incredible's sidekick "IncrediBoy". Buddy's interference almost kills him, and Mr. Incredible is forced to save Buddy and let Voyage escape, and barely makes it to the ceremony on time. However, as a result of Mr. Incredible's actions, the public begins to disfavor anyone with superpowers, fearing them and using litigation to stop them from harming the public despite trying to save their lifes. Supers are forced to abandon their heroic roles and adapt to regular life. Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl settle down in suburbia as Bob and Helen Parr and raise a family; their children appear to have super powers as well - the hot-headed Dash (Spencer Fox) possesses super speed, while timid Violet (Sarah Vowell) has the ability to turn invisible and create a force shield. However, their toddler, Jack-Jack (Eli Fucile and Maeve Andrews) has yet to show any special abilities.

Bob has grown tired of his insurance job, and with his best friend and former Super, Lucius Best, aka Frozone (Samuel L. Jackson), sneaks off at night to fight petty crimes. Bob accidentally loses his job when he injures his boss Gilbert Huph (Wallace Shawn) when he is prevented from stopping a nearby mugging. When Bob returns home, he discovers a mysterious message from a woman named Mirage) (Elizabeth Peña), outlining an offer for Mr. Incredible to stop a rogue robot, the Omnibot 9000, on a distant island for a large sum of money. Bob accepts the job, and though the fight is difficult at first due to being out of shape, he is successful and reinvigorating him. On the promise of more work from Mirage, Bob keeps up the pretense of still having his insurance job while he spends the days working himself back up into shape. Bob visits superhero suit designer Edna Mode (Brad Bird), who fashions a new supersuit for Bob, but refuses to add a cape as his request, noting that capes have caused the demise of many other heroes.

Bob soon receives Mirage's next offer, and travels to the island. He finds himself to have been tricked, as a new Omnidroid lacking the weaknesses the earlier model had attacks Bob. Bob discovers that the Omnidroid is controlled by Buddy Pine, now taking the moniker Syndrome and attempting to get his revenge on Bob for being snubbed as a sidekick years ago. Bob is forced to hide from Syndrome and the robot and discovers the skeleton of a former Super that gives him a clue about Syndrome's plans. Bob sneaks back into the island facilities and discovers through a large supercomputer numerous Supers have lost their lives in trying to defeat the Omnidroids even as they become better.

Meanwhile, Helen has become suspicious of Bob's activities and discovers that he has visited Edna. She finds that Edna, in creating Bob's new suit, has created new suits for each member of the Parr family, including a homing device in each suit. Helen uses this to discover Bob's location on the remote island, but it alerts Syndrome and Bob is captured again. Helen procures a jet to find Bob, but finds Dash and Violet have stowed away. When Syndrome sends missiles to shoot the jet down as it nears the island, the three are able to escape using Helen's fireproof suit. Bob tries to grab and crush Syndrome but Mirage puts herself in the way. He threatens to kill Mirage if Syndrome does not let him go. Syndrome doesn't believe him and tells him to do it, but Bob spares Mirage's life after realizing he wouldn't accomplish anything from killing her. On land, Helen frees her husband from the base while Dash and Violet avoid capture by Syndrome's forces. The four reunite but are re-captured by Syndrome, who reveals that he plans to launch the final Omnidroid to Metroville, using a remote control to act as if he was saving the city in order to gain superhero status. After the robot is launched, Mirage turns on her boss and helps the Parrs to escape and follow on a second rocket.

The Parrs arrive in Metroville to find the Omnidroid rampaging through the city, having used its ability to learn and cope with opponents to separate Syndrome from his remote control. Assisted by Frozone, the Parrs seize the remote control and take advantage of its design to destroy the Omnidroid. They then return home, where Syndrome, having discovered the Parrs' identity, is attempting to kidnap Jack-Jack and make him his sidekick. As Syndrome flies to his waiting jet, Jack-Jack's innate superhuman power manifests itself as the ability to shapeshift into a number of difficult-to-handle forms, the last being a devilish being, causing Syndrome to drop him. Bob throws Helen into the air to safely catch Jack-Jack. He then throws his new car at Syndrome's jet, which causes Syndrome's cape to get caught in one of his jet engines, dragging him to his apparent death. The Parrs resume their normal life, albeit more contentedly with their status quo than before. But when the city is threatened by a new villain called the Underminer (John Ratzenberger), the family of supers prepare to fight together anew.

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