The Incredibles hero family takes on a new mission, which involves a change in family roles: Bob Parr (Mr Incredible) must manage the house while his wife Helen (Elastigirl) goes out to save the world.
Craig T. Nelson,
After Ferdinand, a bull with a big heart, is mistaken for a dangerous beast, he is captured and torn from his home. Determined to return to his family, he rallies a misfit team on the ultimate adventure.
In the prehistoric past, a young man struggles to return home after being separated from his tribe during a buffalo hunt. He finds a similarly lost wolf companion and starts a friendship that would change humanity.
Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson,
A yeti named Migo is convinced that a human known only as "Small Foot" is real and has to prove to his tribe that it does exist with the help of Meechee and the S.E.S - Smallfoot Evidentiary Society.Written by
Mark Mason Robledo
The voice of the mama bear is different in the UK theatrical release. She is voiced by former spice girl Emma BuntonSee more »
[Holding up a roll of toilet paper]
Behold, the Scroll of Invisible Wisdom. Imagine the amazing stuff they put in here.
I think it's just a lot of crap.
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With the exception of production company credit, there are no opening credits, and the title doesn't appear on-screen until the end. There is also a brief scene about one third of the way through the ending credits. See more »
In the UK; the film was passed PG uncut for infrequent, mild bad language. The distributor then opted to make 1 seconds of cuts to remove a single use of the term 'crap' in order to lower the film to a U rating. See more »
I was surprised that the issues dealt with in this film were not only so significant and relevant but that they did it in a way that was not overly simplistic. Other than the slightly after school special ending, the movie was phenomenal. My 10yo loved it also.
The songs mostly didn't blow me away, although Common was pretty incredible (uncommon?). There were a lot of big laughs from both me and my daughter.
Gets a 10 because anything that is that funny that combines a great message in a way that both children and adults can relate to is extremely rare to encounter.
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