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Superhero movies like to talk a big game when it comes to big ideas, and so they should: They’re ripe territory for explorations of ethics, morality, politics, justice, and humanity. What does it mean to be a person? Who deserves to live or die? Is vigilante justice ethical? Those sorts of questions crop up in superhero movies a lot.
But far too often, it’s a fake-out, presumably designed to make you feel like there’s something more going on beneath the hood of the film. At least since the end of the Dark Knight trilogy, and arguably Iron Man, those movies have rarely landed more than a glancing blow on anything like a thesis. They act like they have big ideas, but they’re actually more interested in fan service and big action scenes, and more power to them.
That’s partly why it seems so weird to say: While writer-director Brad Bird’s Incredibles 2 is undeniably a good time at the movies for the whole family, it’s the rare superhero movie that may have too many ideas knocking around in its noggin, none of which seem terribly coherent. And that, in the end, makes the film less than it clearly wants to be.
To call the Incredibles films “superhero movies” might seem slightly off-base — they’re not derived from any comic books and have no prior mythology to fulfill. But they’re not not superhero movies: Both films are very interested in what it might be like to live with superpowers and to feel both a sense of responsibility and an awareness of one’s own fundamental inability to live within the real world.
As in many other superhero movies, the characters in the Incredibles movies have to hide their powers from a world full of normals that isn’t sure whether they should be allowed to live with everyone else, at least if they’re going to exercise their full capacities. And that’s exactly the setup for the new film.
Incredibles 2 picks up right where The Incredibles ended, catching up with Bob “Mr. Incredible” and Helen “Elastigirl” Parr (Craig T. Nelson and Holly Hunter); their children Violet (Sarah Vowell), Dash (Huck Milner), and baby Jack-Jack; and their old pal Lucius “Frozone” Best (Samuel L. Jackson). They’re in a mad rush to save the city from the Underminer, the villain introduced at the end of the prior film. The family doesn’t yet know about Jack-Jack’s incredible superpowers (though we of course do, since we’ve all seen the 2005 short Jack-Jack Attack by now).