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The Incredibles (2-disc Collector's Edition) [DVD]

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This is a unique and interesting piece that is unlike anything you might expect from Pixar (which is certainly saying something. As the proud papa of the film, it makes sense that he wants people to see The Incredibles the way he intended it to be seen. These extras, often added to DVDs with barely enough context to get by, are extensively discussed here. The extras not added in the R2 version is the "Vowellet: An Essay by Sarah Vowell" and "Character Interviews", which I wanted to see. enhanced presentation is THX certified and superb, one that also bears the DDD (all digital) designation, reflecting The Incredibles' digital roots transferring directly to DVD.

The Publicity section of the DVD left me a bit cold, as it features a group of interviews between the characters in the film and Los Angeles entertainment reporters.Nelson and Holly Hunter) have recently moved into their new suburban home with their three children, Violet (Sarah Vowell), Dash (Spencer Fox) and baby Jack Jack. Instead of toys, bugs or fish, these are people in danger, and that never sits well with parents and the other babysitting concern-mongers. Deftly combining elements of filmed superhero movies, James Bond adventures and action films, "The Incredibles" creates an amazing backdrop to tell an involving, exciting story. Husband, wife, brother and sister respectively embody frustration, acceptance, confidence and diffidence; meanwhile the antagonist's motivation stems from massive insecurity. The scene selection menus include animated previews and titles for each scene, while the set up menu has options for English, Spanish and French soundtracks; English, Spanish and French subtitles (including on the bonus materials) and the THX Optimizer, used to tune your monitor for the best possible viewing experience.

From my 4 year old nephew (the recipient of this present) to my 60 year old father, The Incredibles had something for all of us that kept us giggling and glued to the television. Animator and Pixar stalwart Bud Lucky offers a commentary for his creation and is further credited with a small featurette entitled Who is Bud Lucky? There's an effect in here that is repeated from the movie, but is seen in more detail, and it looks tremendous. If they could send all the trailers on to disc 1 with boundin short, then we could have managed to put the FullScreen version in it. This 'toon fills in a blank spot in the film, a segment that really shouldn't have been seen in the movie, and thankfully isn't.Kyle Baker mined the same territory years ago in his short comic “Letitia Lerner, Superman’s Babysitter! Broken down into story, character design, set design, color scripts, lighting and collages, there's plenty of material to flip through for anyone interested in the art of animation. It is fun to watch the footage, but when a character, from the film, makes an appearance at the end of the short, it sort of gives away the real origin of this footage. present and extend our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from all nations of this land.

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