Lançado no último fim de semana em mais de 4.400 salas dos EUA, 'Os Incríveis 2' bateu o recorde (US$ 135 milhões) de 'Procurando Dory' e se transformou na maior bilheteria de estreia de um longa de animação na história do cinema, com espetaculares US$ 182,6 milhões (valor atualizado). Dirigido novamente por Brad Bird, a sequência do filme vencedor de 2 Oscars demorou 14 anos para chegar aos cinemas e rapidamente se tornou a oitava maior abertura nas salas norte-americanas em todos os tempos e a terceira maior estreia de 2018 – atrás apenas de 'Vingadores: Guerra Infinita' (US$ 257,6 milhões) e 'Pantera Negra' (US$ 202 milhões).⠀
No mercado internacional, a produção do estúdio @pixar somou US$ 53,1 milhões fazendo a bilheteria global chegar na marca de 286,5 milhões de dólares (US$ 233,3 milhões só nos EUA, de 15 a 19/jun). O lançamento de 'The Incredibles 2' no Brasil está marcado para a próxima quinta-feira, 28 de junho, em cópias dubladas nas versões 2D e 3D.⠀
_| Confira como ficou o top 10 nas telas dos Estados Unidos e Canadá no final de semana passado, de 15 a 17/jun:⠀
1. @theincredibles 2 | US$ 182,6 milhões⠀
2. Oito Mulheres e Um Segredo | US$ 18,9 milhões⠀
3. Te Peguei! | US$ 14,9 milhões⠀
4. Han Solo - Uma História Star Wars | US$ 10 milhões⠀
5. Deadpool 2 | US$ 8,6 milhões⠀
6. Superfly | US$ 6,87 milhões⠀
7. Hereditário | US$ 6,85 milhões⠀
8. Vingadores: Guerra Infinita | US$ 5,4 milhões⠀
9. Vidas à Deriva | US$ 2,2 milhões⠀
10. Do Jeito Que Elas Querem | US$ 1,8 milhão
It has been 14 years. 14 dark cold lonely years but finally we have the sequel to one of the best Pixar movies ever. There was not one second where I wasn’t overly excited during this movie. Every moment, literally every minute, was pure entertainment in perfection. #BradBird is back and we can see his filmmaking style in every scene even down to the energy in the lighting. Yes, the lighting for this film looks incredible! This story takes place literally where the last one ended and is about a powerful CEO approaching the Incredibles and coming up with a PR strategy to show the world how Supers do more good than bad so that they may campaign to be legal again. They decide that Elastagirl is the best superhero to show because she makes the least mess and doesn’t cost the cities money by destroying everything. Bob being jealous but supportive, takes on the full time job of being a parent while Elastagirl gets to play in the spot light. Meanwhile Violet is struggling with boy issues and Dash is struggling with school. I’m really proud with how Disney went about this plot. They could’ve very easily used feminism as the reason why Elastagirl should be in the front. With two Star Wars movies featuring female leads, and a plethora of reboots of old movies featuring all female cast (Oceans 8, Ghost Busters,) they could’ve very easily jumped on this trend of making a political statement instead of a movie. I’m really proud of Brad and Pixar for not indulging in the politics and giving her an actual useful reason to be up front and it totally makes sense. Every sequence was just fun to watch. The scenes where Bob is trying to be a stay at home parent and raise a new born baby as well as the action scenes with Elastagirl. She really kicks ass in this movie and the action sequences are incredible especially one involving a train and another one involving a helicopter. #HollyHunter did a terrific job reprising her roll and so did everyone else. #BobOdenkirk and #SamuelLJackson both gave explosive performances for their characters. The only thing about this film that I wasn’t on board with was the villain. (Continued in comments)
La vi desde el Sábado y hasta ahora publico esto.
Gracias dios Brad Bird por esta delicia de Pixar!!!!!!!!!!! Mantiene todo lo que te gusto de la primera, los personajes, los temas con los que trata, la música y la animación es AUN mejor que en la primera (hasta el mas pequeño detalle), hay algunos problemitas con el villano, pero igual la historia se decidió enfocar en cosas mas interesantes. En general, es esencialmente igual de buena que la primera. /
I saw it on Saturday and I'm posting it until now!
Thank you God Brad Bird for this Pixar delight !!!!!!!!!!! It keeps everything that you loved about the first one, the characters, the themes it deals with, the music and the animation is EVEN better than the first one (even the smallest details), there are some problems with the villain, but the story decided to focus on more interesting things. In general, it is essentially as good as the first one.
"I've been trying to be the person someone else wants me to be for I don't know how long. I mean, first it was Chuck, then it was you and that's not your fault. That was my choice. But if we're gonna do this, I gotta go into it as me. So yeah, 'colorful' I guess." - Jimmy McGill
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The Incredibles 2 (2018)
Uno de los eventos cinematográficos más esperados del 2018 era ver nuevamente en la pantalla grande a la excelente familia de superheroes de Pixar. Y aunque no esta a la altura de la original, The Incredibles 2 no decepciona y se para firme en entretenimiento.
Con la prohibición de los superheroes, The Incredibles son contratados por una agencia especial que busca poner a todos los superheroes nuevamente en el mapa. Para esto utilizan a Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) como superheroe piloto, mientras Mr Incredible (Craig T. Nelson) debe quedarse en casa cuidando a sus hijos y a Jack Jack, que esta desarrollando superpoderes.
Aunque un poco lenta en sus inicios, The Incredibles 2 es reminiscente de su primera parte brindando toda la emoción basada en la clásica formula del núcleo familiar. Jack Jack es sin lugar a duda el personaje que mejora cada escena en la que aparece. El nuevo rol de Mr Incredible es un poco monótono, pero conforme avanza la película mejora. Elastigirl es sin lugar a dudas una excelente representación y lider del film.
La animación es nítida, y aunque ciertos diseños de los personajes no concuerdan con los efectos especiales es bastante fluida. Me encanta el diseño de otros superheroes, y puntos extras en el Score Musical que transporta a los fanáticos a una especie de Noir clásico.
El punto que más me desagrada es lo predecible que resulta su historia, en los primeros 20 minutos se hace evidente todo “aquel misterio acerca del villano”, y en ese punto es algo decepcionante.
The Incredibles 2 es entretenimiento del bueno, y es evidente que Pixar continua en buenos pasos. Con una historia génericamente predecible es rescatada de un abismo por la excelente caracterización y el adorabke Jack Jack.
I LOVED Incredibles 2. I'm on the fence whether or not I'd say it's better than the first one, but it's definitely on Parr with it (sorry, pun intended). The way the family aspect is handled is excellent in this film. I even slightly preferred it over the main A story. It was cool seeing Elastigirl getting her groove back; but, the subplot about Mr. Incredible finding satisfaction in the little things resonated more and it was just ripe enough for comedic opportunities. If anything negative is to be said of the film, it's how the villians motivation was handled. Without giving anything away, I found their motivation to be slightly illogical. But, I guess if anyone's to be slightly illogical it's the crazy villian. Excluding that one complaint, the film wholeheartedly exceeded my expectations. It felt like it had a clear reason to exist, moreso than other Pixar sequels that have been released (I'm looking at you Finding Dory and Monsters University). It had a story to tell and the story it told was pretty darn good. Incredibles 2 gets a 9/10 on the official TuckCon Scale™. I guess I should talk about the short film Bao real quick. When it began I thought it was just going to be a touching metaphor for motherhood. It was cute, touching and emotional-a by the books Pixar short. But it went completely off the rails when the mother ate the dumpling. The short tryed it's hardest to recover from that nightmare fuel by giving us an “oh, it was just a dream” explanation and and a cutesy epilogue. But, it was just too disturbing too fully recover. What it was going for was interesting, but the execution threw off it's potential. Bao gets a 6/10 on the official TuckCon Scale™.
The Incredibles 2 is directed by Brad Bird and stars Craig T. Nelson and Holly Hunter as the voices of Mr. and Mrs. Incredible as the family picks up right where they left off, in a battle with The Underminor! I saw the first Incredibles when I was 19 and loved it. In a time before the plethora of superhero films we have today, this felt so fresh and original and had concepts and themes that I had honestly never seen before on film. I have waited 14 long years for the sequel, as has many others judging by the Box Office this past weekend, and now it has arrived. I'm happy to report the wait was worth it as this is one of the greatest sequels of all time!
First off, I loved how they started the movie, showing scenes from the first, while transitioning into the second with an awesome action/fight sequence with The Underminor. Which is my biggest takeaway here, the action is so fantastic in this and really reminds me more of a big budget live action blockbuster rather than an animated feature. Brad Bird swings for the fences with his direction of action and it's awesome!
Now let's talk about the characters. If you loved them in the first, then you still will here. Jack Jack is the obvious standout and if you haven't seen it, you'll see why, and if you have, then you know why, but I also thought Elastagirl was the real star here. The role reversal from the first was a perfect evolution of the characters and story and Mr. Incredible turning into Mr. Mom was both hilarious and also very personal as a dad myself. I also really liked all of the new characters as they added a lot of fun to the story. The kids also got a lot more to do here, which I liked as well. The score continues to be one of the best and I can't stop humming it since I watched it.
Yes, there is a "twist" that you saw coming a mile away, but they added a wrinkle to it that went beyond the norm, so I'll excuse it. I can't decide if it's better than the first, but it's still a super entertaining family film with a lot of laughs and thrills to be had. Fun for the whole family!
SCORE - 9.25/10
When the now banned supers break out of hiding to save the day, millionaire businessman Winston Deavor (Bob Odenkirk) sees an opportunity to bring supers back into the good graces of the public.
He and his sister Evelyn (Catherine Keener) recruit Mr. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson), Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) and Frozone (Samuel L. Jackson) as the team that will change the publics opinion. However, Elastigirl is the one who first needs to pave the way for the others.
Bob Parr must now stay home and take care of his children Violet (Sarah Vowell), Dash (Huck Milner) and Jack-Jack (Eli Fucile) as his wife goes out to save the world.
Incredibles 2 picks up where the original left off 14 years ago. The family dynamic between the Parr’s is still as strong and realistic as it was in the first. There are several moments where the family bans together and play off one another really well.
The film does a nice job of exploring a different dynamic in the family as roles have changed and as the kids mature. The consequences of their actions are further delved into, giving the film an extra layer to build upon.
Where the film loses steam a bit is in its obvious villain, which is a trope Disney has now done to death, when a friend turns out to be the villain. I cannot think of the last time I saw a clear cut villain that was established from the beginning. At times, there was a lull where I was thrying to figure out what the films ultimate goal was, since there was no clear cut plot established.
Overall, Incredibles 2 is a good sequel to the original. If you liked the first one, then you will like this one as well. It is a fun, exciting super hero family film.
I’m glad Pixar didn’t go in the route of being a parody of today’s comic book movies, but it no ways is Incredibles 2 as incredible as I would hope. Pixar deciding to go in that sequel formula of focusing on another character doesn’t feel tiresome because it gives us the chance to see some nice stretches from Elastigirl. I appreciate that Mr. Incredible’s subplot shows he’s worn out by raising children and not a villain or laser, but it feels like a 15 minute short dragged out throughout the movie. Cutting back and forth between these two stories gives an abrupt change to the pacing. Once you get comfortable with the pacing of one story, it abruptly cuts back to the other one. This makes the editing feel lazy, especially when you compare it to some fantastic scenes in the first one. Giacchino’s score even doesn’t feel as memorable compared to the first; it sounded like background noise with the only notable melody being the main theme played at the credits. Yet, Disney once again does the exact same thing with their villains to the point where it was incredibly predictable within the first twenty minutes. It becomes annoying that Disney decides to give little motivations to their villains now and not make them that compelling. The movie even going in the mind control direction feels lazy. It may sound like I hate this movie, but I don’t. I just think you can’t capture the greatness you have in the first film. It sort of makes it feel like it was cash grab at times. I’m sure the third one will be just as good, but we’ll have to wait another 14 years for that. In the meantime, let’s see what Brad Bird will give us next.
7.2 / 10 (B-)