Incredibles: 2-movie Collection (Blu-ray)

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Movies & TV
12 Nov 2018
Region A, Region B, Region C
The Incredibles 2: English
Secondary Languages
The Incredibles: English, Spanish; The Incredibles 2: English, Castilian Spanish, Catalan Spanish
Walt Disney
Number of Discs
  • Interactive Menus
  • Commentary: Director's commentary
  • Other Documentary: The Incredibles 2: 'Bao', 'Auntie Edna', 'Strong Coffee: A Lesson in Animation With Brad Bird', 'Easter Eggs'
229 min
Age Restriction
Supply Source


Release Year
Running Time
105 min
Childrens / Animated / Disney Film / Families / Heroes / Islands / Superheroes / Theatrical Release
Combining a family-oriented superhero adventure with the brilliant animation of Disney's Pixar (the creators of MONSTERS INC. and FINDING NEMO), THE INCREDIBLES charts new territory in the technical wizardry of computer-generated cartoons. Using complex angles and a filmic sensibility, the animation feels like live action, and smart techniques such as cuts to "grainy film stock" give this movie instant sophistication. Writer-director Brad Bird, with his creative storytelling and well-paced character development, does the rest. This tale is set in a slightly futuristic society where superheroes are no longer appreciated (Read: But I didn't want to be saved!) and are forced to assume a very low profile. So, for Mr. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson), his wife Elastigirl (Holly Hunter), and his three fledgling superhero kids, maintaining a lifestyle of mediocrity in order to appear normal causes constant friction. When the opportunity suddenly arises for the Incredibles to use their powers to fight evil, it's trial-by-fire to learn to work as a superteam. Together they must stop the maniacal Syndrome (Jason Lee) from unleashing a murderous robot in a big city. Fast action and violence involving large explosions make this a film that is better suited for older children rather than the very little ones. Yet family themes and comic episodes prevail, with eclectic characters like Edna the fashion designer (voiced by Bird himself) and the iceman Frozone (Samuel L. Jackson) adding extra moments of fun.
Cast & Crew
Brad Bird
Samuel L. Jackson / Brad Bird / Spencer Fox / Holly Hunter / Jason Lee / Craig T. Nelson / Elizabeth Peña / John Ratzenberger / Wallace Shawn / Jean Sincere / Sarah Vowell
Brad Bird
Michael Giacchino
Executive Producer
John Lasseter
John Walker
Special Effects
Movie Critics
Entertainment Weekly
"[A] great story, a rich micro-universe of pixel-driven cartoon characters with more depth, complexity, and emotional maturity than those in most live-action dramas....Indeed incredible."
Lisa Schwarzbaum (12 Nov 2004, p.89)
Los Angeles Times
"[A] piece of animation that's involving across a spectrum of comedy, action, even drama....Blessedly funny, there is also a surprising air of poignancy about much of it..."
Kenneth Turan (5 Nov 2004, p.E1)
New York Times
"[V]isually splendid and ethically serious....The movie is also refreshingly quiet, using music sparingly and showing as much attention to aural nuance as it does to visual detail."
A. O. Scott (5 Nov 2004, p.E1)
"The storytelling is as witty as it is brisk."
Glenn Kenny (1 Feb 2005, p.50)
Rolling Stone
"[A] film that breaks fresh ground....Bird has crafted a film -- one of the year's best -- that doesn't ring cartoonish, it rings true."
Peter Travers (25 Nov 2004, p.100)
Sight and Sound
"[A] light comedy at heart....[The film] manages a great deal of genuine excitement..."
Kim Newman (1 Jan 2005, p.55-6)
"[Bird's] ingenious self-penned script is heaving with brilliantly realised characters, snide putdowns and sharp one-liners that enhance the head-spinning action sequences with razor-sharp wit."
Andrew Sumner (1 Jan 2005, p.155)
USA Today
"[O]ne of the year's most clever and visually arresting computer-animated films, enlivened by a well-developed and credible cast of characters who just happen to be superheroes."
Claudia Puig (5 Nov 2004, p.1E)


Academy Awards
Best Animated Feature Film
Winner: 2004


Incredibles 2
Release Year
Running Time
118 min
Alternate Title
Incredibles 2: AN IMAX 2D Experience
Action/Adventure / Action / Adventure / Animation / Families / Heroes / Kids Adventure / Science-Fiction / Superheroes
Mr. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson) is left home with Violet (Sarah Vowell), Dash (Huck Milner) and Jack-Jack when Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) becomes the new face of superheros in a rebranding attempt. As he juggles endless household chores, she gets to work to save everyone from a new villain. Bob Odenkirk, Samuel L. Jackson and Catherine Keener also star. This animated sequel is written and directed by Brad Bird.
Cast & Crew
Brad Bird
Samuel L. Jackson / Michael Bird / Nickolas Bird / Barry Bostwick / Jere Burns / Sophia Bush / Paul Eiding / Eli Fucile / Adam Gates / Holly Hunter / Michael B. Johnson / Catherine Keener / Phil LaMarr / Huck Milner / Craig E. Nelson / Raymond Ochoa / Bob Odenkirk / John Ratzenberger / Adam Rodriguez / Isabella Rossellini / Sarah Vowell / Bill Wise
Jonathan Banks
Brad Bird
Michael Giacchino
Ren Klyce
Sound Re-Recording
Nathan Nance / Michael Semanick
Production Manager/UPM
Sabine Koch O'Sullivan
Frank E. Abney / Dovi Anderson / Kevin Andrus / Lindsay Andrus / Brendan Beesley / Michael Bidinger / Sequoia Blankenship / James W. Brown / Jude Brownbill / Adam Burke / Shaun Chacko / Michael Chia-Wei Chen / Simon Christen / Christopher Chua / Andrew Coats / Brett Coderre / Don Crum / Joshua Dai / Claudio DeOliveira / David Devan / Paul F. Diaz / Justin Farris / Graham Finley / Lance Fite / Doug Frankel / Joey Gilbreath / Tomoyuki Harashima / Aron Hatfield / Catherine Hicks / Shawn Krause / Tim Pixton / Rob DuQuette Thompson / Tsung-Yin Hsieh / Royce Wesley / Kureha Yokoo / Ron Zorman
Animation Supervisor
Alan Barillaro / Tony Fucile / Dave Mullins
Director of Animation
Evan Bonifacio / Travis Hathaway
Movie Critics
A.V. Club
"INCREDIBLES 2 makes the compelling case that animation is the ideal medium for stories based on, or at least inspired by, comic book fantasias, where reality tends to bend and twist as elastically as Elastigirl." -- Grade: B+
A.A. Dowd (12 Jun 2018, )
Chicago Sun-Times
"Director Brad Bird’s second chapter in the story of America’s favorite superhero family is a nifty blend of chaotic amusement-ride type action and domestic comedy-drama."
Richard Roeper (16 Jun 2018, )
4 stars out of 5 -- "Marrying the miraculous with the mundane has been the real achievement of Pixar in general and these characters in particular, and it’s a particular highlight here."
John Nugent (15 Jun 2018, )
Entertainment Weekly
"[T]he look of INCREDIBLES 2 is visually adventurous....Revolutionary and retro, an anti-authoritarian ode to good parenting." -- Grade: B+
(11 Jun 2018, )
Hollywood Reporter
"Boosted by central characters that remain vastly engaging and a deep supply of wit, Incredibles 2 certainly proves worth the wait..."
Todd McCarthy (11 Jun 2018, )
Los Angeles Times
"[A] zesty mixture of whip-smart, knowing dialogue, hairsbreadth escapes and realistic family dynamics made more involving by being filtered through parents and children gifted and burdened with super powers."
Kenneth Turan (11 Jun 2018, )
New York Times
"[V]irtuosic, often delightful....The family that fights together remains the steadily throbbing, unbreakable heart of INCREDIBLES 2..."
Manohla Dargis (13 Jun 2018, )
3.5 stars out of 4 -- "This is a smart, beautiful, fun family film. In other words, exactly what we want from Pixar."
Brian Tallerico (11 Jun 2018, )
Rolling Stone
3.5 stars out of 4 -- "All the stops are pulled out in the rousing climax that brings the characters together....It's an exhilarating gift."
Peter Travers (13 Jun 2018, )
The Atlantic
"INCREDIBLES 2 is a dazzling blast of an action movie."
David Sims (20 Jun 2018, )
Total Film
4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he set-pieces really are incredible, as effervescent as anything seen in Marvel’s 20-film canon..."
Jamie Graham (19 Jun 2018, )
USA Today
"Every scene involving Jack-Jack is a complete joy, and Bird brilliantly captures the completely exhausting experience of dealing with a newborn..."
Brian Truitt (11 Jun 2018, )
"[I]t’s a perfectly snappy and chucklesome and heartfelt entertainment, with little retro felicities you latch onto..."
Owen Gleiberman (11 Jun 2018, )