The Incredibles

The Incredibles
A series of mishaps and the lawsuits that follow cause superheroes everywhere to go into hiding. The once infamous Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl soon find themselves married and raising a family in suburbia as the Parrs. But Mr. Incredible aka Bob Parr isn’t content with going to work every day and working his insurance claims job. When an opportunity presents itself to take part in a top secret mission, he jumps at the chance to be Mr. Incredible again. But this opportunity might prove to be disastrous for his family and superheroes everywhere. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “The Incredibles”.

∙ Before Frozone arrives to go “bowling” with Bob, the Parrs are having dinner at home when a ruckus breaks out. When Frozone arrives after the chaos, the opening of the green glass that’s near Violet is facing toward the upper left while the glass is lying in a diagonal position. But when Violet complains that “Jack Jack is the only normal one” the glass is in a horizontal position with the opening facing the right.

∙ After Bob and Frozone leave to go bowling, Helen mentions “about not getting away with the trip to the principal’s office”. There is a quick view of Jack Jack’s plate and there is nothing on top of the steak. But in the very next view of the steak, there is now a piece of broccoli on top of it.

∙ Helen is piloting the plane. She looks over to the seat next to her and the suitcase she has brought along can be seen. The zipper handle changes from one end of the bag to the other between the time she unzips it to when she picks the suitcase up.

∙ Near the end of the movie, Frozone is at home. He’s looking in the mirror and there is a bottle of cologne that he’s been using. Before Frozone is distracted, the bottle is on his right with the top off. He runs to see what the commotion is and when he gets back, the cologne bottle is now to his left with the top on.

“The Incredibles” features the voices of Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Samuel L. Jackson, Jason Lee and Jean Sincere. It runs 115 minutes and is rated PG for action violence.

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