Posts Tagged ‘Incredibles’


This summer was an enormous superhero release time with big players like The Avengers and Dark Knight Rises.  Hitfix decided to compile the best of the best in gallery form.  You’ll get your traditional stuff like The Dark Knight and Incredibles, but they leave out some of my favorites and include even one I didn’t recognize.  Rocketeer?  Never heard of ya’.

Greatest Hero Movies


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EDIT**: Found the artist, check out Votric’s Deviant Art Page!

This picture of the Parr family in the future is both awesome and adorable.  How about awesomely adorable.  The Incredibles is probably one of my favorite Pixar movies.  Here we have Bob and Helen, aged and still very in love, but what’s even cooler is how their kids have grown.  Violet seems to have adapted her father’s older costume, Dash seems to have added a little Frozone flair, and then Jack-Jack went traditional.  I want an entire back story to this: Their names, arch nemeses, and how their powers have changed.  And more Frozone.  I’d like to see Frozone’s family as well…Pixar, will you please make Incredibles 2 with this as your inspiration?

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This is a really cool link to Tecca who have compiled 10 awesome recut trailers to movies.  We’re not just talking about flipping a few words around or even a simple mash up here or there, these re-cuts completely change the genre.  Take for example, the Incredibles trailer I posted above, this trailer highlights the death of Dash and the effect it has had on the family.  The trailer is absolutely chilling and plays a horror movie so well that I would totally watch that movie.  “Do you know where he is?”

Seriously, check out that trailer and the rest of them at Tecca.  Don’t believe me?  The first one is turning the Shining into a family film.  Crazy right?

Top 10 Re-Cut Trailers

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The Banana Tree may be gone, but I’ll still be linking left and right to today’s top stories.  We’ve recently received word that there are three sequels in the making to relatively successful films: Dumb and Dumber, Zoolander, and The Incredibles.

I have mixed reactions to all three.  Dumb and Dumber and Zoolander are comedic treasures in their own right and any sequel might tarnish that.  As for The Incredibles, after the last stint with Cars 2, I’m not fully on board with ‘make a Pixar sequel that isn’t Toy Story’ deal.  I’d just rather have something brand new.  But we’ll see how Monster Academy peers out.

Ben Stiller on Zoolander 2 on moviefone

Farrellys developing Dumb and Dumber Sequel on HitFix

Brad Bird on Incredibles sequel on Collider

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