Remember how I was saying that the film What's Up, Doc? reminded me of my romance with my husband? Well, now that we're married and settled down, I've found a film that describes us even better!!
The scene where the parents were trying to drive/navigate/park in the city especially reminded me of our recent stay in the US.
Everyone OK back there?
The Incredibles is my new favorite Pixar movie, beating my former favorite, Wall-E. I just wrote a new post about The Incredibles for The Hathor Legacy explaining why.
Interestingly -- even though my post was more about the feminist content of the film -- the comments focused more on the moral of the tale. I'd thought (in terms of moral) The Incredibles was like Cars (on the surface the film appears to be making a point, but in reality, it isn’t).
I thought that the "moral" of The Incredibles was "It's OK to excel, and it's OK to fight back against those *cough* non-existant *cough* social forces that are forcing you to be mediocre." But, who knows? Maybe it's more complicated than that.
And my kids liked the villain "Bomb Voyage" for his super-ability to speak French:
How come the French cartoon character always has to dress up as Marcel Marceau?