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The Incredibles

The Incredibles
The Incredibles

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Year

2004

Duration

111 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English (English subtitles)


Synopsis

In this exciting and hilarious animation, Bob Parr - also known as Mr Incredible - is a retired superhero, now coming to grips with suburban living and a not-so-successful career. Working as an insurance broker with a secret sideline of fighting small-time crime, Bob has developed a beer belly and a deep sense of dissatisfaction. Despite looking like your average family, his wife Helen (also known as Elastigirl) and children also have special powers. So when word of a secret mission on a remote island reaches them, The Incredibles rise to the challenge - only for Bob to be confronted with an enemy of his past...

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Mild violence, threat.

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