Either Putt Putt goes to the moon, or Spy fox Dry Cereal. I remember a lot of Pajama Sam to..and sadly I was never able to finish the last one bc it was so scratched up. I need to download these games again lol.
After the big announcement of Toy Story 4 that's been set to be released in 2017. I'll admit i'm pumped for what I think will be a big comeback for Pixar. Not that Pixar hasn't had a few quality movies over the years, but I think we can all admit its been nowhere near the powerhouse it was in the mid 90's and early 2000's. Even though i'm 21 now...great animation has not changed for me. In fact I say I love it more now than I ever did, because it brings me back to being a kid, and I can put behind all the struggles of the real world for at least 2 hours. I can watch my little brother enjoy it just as much as I do as well, and thats a gift on its own.
But anyway, to the point. I have loved superheroes all my life. So it should be no surprise that I beileve The Incredibles is the best movies in the Pixar library. And in my opinion, with the height of the avengers movies, and its upcoming string of star wars movies. I think they realize that kids don't need G ratings. The Incredibles can, and should be Pixars first PG-13 film. Not that G or PG can't be enjoyable to an adult..but when you have superheroes in a movie you want that gritty, hardened by the world feeling. And these characters were all in my opinion perfectly constructed to become this as well. So now I will list a few things I think can makes this movie the greatest pixar film of all time.
1. Again, a PG-13 rating. I already delved into this and don't need to explain it again.
2. Age Progression. Its been over a decade since the first, and we've grown over a decade older as well. And if this is to be a PG-13 film. I think we should see a hardened, almost watchmen like feel. Obviously we don't need all the brutality (Even though I wouldnt complain lol) but what they did with the story was already rather simular.
3. The death of a major character. Not that Disney has shied away from a death in a movie before. But in a superhero universe..we all know the cliche. Wether its batman or spiderman, nothing creates a better hero than the death of their parents or uncle lol. Mr and Mrs Incredible should be significantly older by now..and with 3 very powerful suoerchildren children I beileve they need an actual purpose. And what makes a more developed character than the death of somebody they love? Speaking of love, I also I love Mr Incredible, so dont get me wrong. I just think it would draw some interest and help pixar make something truly unique and not just a rehash.
4. Frozone as a villain. Again I hate to be cliche..but f**k it. I think we can all agree as well that Frozone deserved a larger part of the first movie. But he simply isnt an incredible, and that would screw with the name a bit lol. We've seen this multiple times, your best friend in the world helps you fight crime. Then friend dies, and other friend loses his way. Samuel Jackson always makes a great villian, and dont ask me how or why, but he needs to be a villian in this movie. Think of the possibilities of this. Some may agree, but I'm pretty sure the majority will call me an idiot. But I really don't care at all.
This is the Incredibles 2 i'd like to see, and this isn't the best written article but do I really need to write a bunch of pointless crap? I like to get to the point. And my point is, The Incredibles 2 can be twice as groundbreaking as the first one IF done right. And I doubt we'll see anything remote to this, but ik Pixar won't let me down to much. After Cars 2 and Monsters university...i really hope they learned their lesson.
@longbowhunter: Loveee the Dead Kennedys..greatest punk band ever only behind Suicidal Tendencies in my eyes. But yeah man, recommend all their albums really. And yes Evil empire..probaly one of my favorite album covers also lol. Renegade wasn't their best work..they really went off their slope a little with that one. But here's a couple song recommendations.
@longbowhunter: I can understand why you'd think that, because a lot of "anarchists" are media and cash whores. But as a long time fan of Rage, I can assure you its no gimmick. Their singer, Zach De La Rocha was probably the stronger activist of the group, though. Maybe almost to passionate about it, which lead to their break up, because of their creative differences and what not. But Zach is still out there doing his thing solo, virtually making nowhere near what he made with rage. And hes been in the public shadow for a while. I recommend buying a couple albums though, listen to some of their lesser known works. You may grow a stronger appreciation for them. And if not, to each his own, you like what you like and dislike what you dislike.
@longbowhunter: Though I get the jist of what you're saying, what do you mean by "Multi-Million dollar anarchist" ? Do you mean you're not a fan of their use of politics as a platform for social stature and revenue?