SUPER FAMILY -- In Disney Pixar’s “Incredibles 2,” Helen (voice of Holly Hunter) is in the spotlight, while Bob (voice of Craig T. Nelson) navigates the day-to-day heroics of “normal” life at home when a new villain hatches a brilliant and dangerous plot that only the Incredibles can overcome together. Also featuring the voices of Sarah Vowell as Violet and Huck Milner as Dash, “Incredibles 2” opens in U.S. theaters on June 15, 2018. ©2017 Disney•Pixar. All Rights Reserved.

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VOICES Craig T Nelson, Holly Hunter, Samuel L Jackson, Catherine Keener

A glorious return for Pixar’s favourite animated family as Elastigirl fights crime and Mr Incredible is at home looking after the kids – until they have to fight Screenslaver.

The incredible Parr family make a much-anticipated return, struggling to maintain normal lives while concealing their superpowers. Elastigirl continues to fight crime and campaign for the return of ‘supers’; Mr Incredible stays at home caring for their children, Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack, discovering the baby’s secret powers in the process. But the Parrs and their ally Frozone also find they must battle a new villain, the wicked Screenslaver. A glorious return for Pixar’s favourite animated family.
(2018 USA 125 mins)

This follow-up is every bit the start-to-finish sensation as the original, and you’ll be happy to know that Bird’s subversive spirit is alive and thriving. The kiddies probably won’t notice – they’ll be too distracted by all the whooshing derring-do – but like its Oscar-winning predecessor, The Incredibles 2 doesn’t ring cartoonish. It rings true… Bird is peerless at playing with our feelings while never veering from his heartfelt tribute to the Parrs as the core resilient American family. The Incredibles 2 is more than peak summer entertainment. It’s an exhilarating gift.  Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

Please note this film contains scenes with flashing lights

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BBFC advice: Contains mild bad language and violence
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