The Incredibles (2004)
scenes are taken from this film
This is a short film telling a side-story set during the events of the original film.
features Mr. Incredible and Frozone from The Incredibles
1. Metroville's name 2. Panorama in the archive footage references similar shot in Metropolis
Train running into a tracks gap
Elastigirl looks at her butt in the mirror and sighs, just as Tinkerbell did.
Strange machine descends on city, uses a ray beam to cause destruction
The word "Kronos" is featured as a password and plot point in The Incredibles, which, like the movie Kronos, features a giant machine that falls from the sky and lays waste to a city.
The baby is named Jack-Jack Paar
The wide shot of Insuricare's offices stretching into the distance is an homage to a famous shot in The Apartment.
gadget maker "E" is named after 007's loyal "Q"
When Bob is approaching Syndrome's lair at night, the music and shots match the opening scenes of Goldfinger, as Bond approaches the oil storage tanks.
Brad Bird admitted he loves Jonny Quest, and "The Incredibles" pays tribute having a full blown jazz soundtrack and a one-eyed spheric robot as a villain, just like the series
The boring machine used by the Underminer is an almost exact replica of the Mole used by International Rescue in the original puppet series.
Edna has a secret room like the Batcave. Also, when Bob throws the monorail pod at the gate, it blocks the moon making a Batman symbol for a brief moment.
The device that Mirage gives Bob contains a message that self-destructs.
The megliomaniac rocket/secret hide out on the island and the monorail transport
characters have identical abilities: Mr. Incredible (Thing), ElastiGirl (Mr. Fantastic), Violet (Invisible Woman), Jak Jak (Human Torch)
The room of pod craft that Bob runs through is the same as the pod bay on the Discovery in that movie. Also, the device that Mirage places in Bob's cubicle projects onto his face like the computer does to Dave's face.
a rendition of OHMSS's main theme is used
Rick Dicker says he'll relocate Bob and his family "for old time's sake."
During the Dash's chase sequence with the hovercrafts over the water, the shape of the rock formations is like that of Scaramanga's island in the Bond movie
At the end of the movie, Mr. Incredible rips open his shirt much like Superman does.
Syndrome's robot features spinning "claws" that are a visual and functional match for those on the Maximilian robot.
Scene when Syndrome "catches" fuel truck with his beam is a reference to Superman - it features idendical shot of lady grabbing infant in cart, and she even yells "My baby!" just like in Superman.
Rob Parr/Mr. Incredible outrunning large rolling sphere/robot as Indiana Jones did in RotLA.
The so-called "100-mile Dash" scene with Dash running through the island jungle and dodging trees, is highly reminiscent of the speeder bike chase from Jedi, including the same vehicle sound effects.
Gag where several clocks on wall behind Bob's boss's desk show same time instead of different time zones. This gag originated in Spinal Tap.
use of rocket-powered detached robotic hand by hero to destroy robot
Helen Parr's (Holly Hunter) flight approach into Nomanisan Island is VERY similar to Dorinda's (Holly Hunter) end-of-movie flight in Always where the plane is in an uncontrollable dive and then she pulls hard on the controls to regain control of the plane. In both, she is initially distracted before returning to the controls to avert complete disaster when the plane crashes.
Both Major Grant and Syndrome die through Suction by a Jet Engine.
Incrediboy saying, "I'm you're number one fan."
Syndrome's chin/profile are shaped like Jay Leno's
Visual reference of a gate from Jurassic Park island: when Mr. Incredible attacks the two soldiers on the island with the monorail cart. The two soldiers guard the gate that appears to be a visual reference to the gates in Jurassic Park.
Syndrome has a gap in his front teeth, like Letterman
Syndrome's shock of red hair is very much like Conan's
The shot of the RV's back wheels landing on the expressway mirrors the bus' wheels landing after the jump.
The "Frozone (Sam Jackson)/Water cooler/Cop pointing gun" scene is a clear reference to the "Zeus (Sam Jackson)/Phone/Cop pointing gun", including some of the dialogue
Scene in a huge room with a catwalk that leads to a lone computer.
When trying to remember Incrediboy's real name, Mr. Incredible mistakenly calls him Brody, the name of Jason Lee's character in Mallrats.
When borrowing a plane, Helen's pilot call sign is "India Golf Niner-Niner", which translates to IG99, a reference to the 1999 film The Iron Giant.
The night Mr. Incredible is sitting in his office and gets the message from Mirage, there is a brief moment where the entire room and all the memorabilia is shown (33:07). On one of the shelves at the bottom left there is a 'Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots' toy seen, as seen in Toy Story 2.
Plane sinking to the bottom of the ocean as seen by the survivors of the crash.
Violet in "The Incredibles" renders herself invisible in much the same manner as Randall Boggs.
In Die Another Day, the villain's parachute sucks him into a jet turbine. In The Incredibles, the villain's cape sucks him into a jet turbine.
The MPAA number at the end of the film (#39772) is the same on both "Finding Nemo" (2003) and "The Incredibles" (2004). "Finding Nemo"'s true certificate number is 39772 and "The Incredibles" is 41083.
As the teacher accusing Dash, Lou Romano's voice shouts, "This little rat is GUILTY!" Lou Romano's is also the voice of Linguini, the would-be chef who forms a conflicted friendship with a little rat.
A short scene in a dentist office where a boy is reading a Mr. Incredible comic book.
Referenced by name
The movie poster is on the wall at the video store.
Movie makes the countdown, is talked about.
Movie poster is visible (at the Festival de Cannes 2004).
Morgan and Alexandra go to the movies and see this film
Mentioned in dialogue; Jason Lee is attributed to working on this film.
Kevin dresses as Mr. Incredible
Vince tells Holly he can't take of work to go on vacation. She reminds him that, "last year you took off an entire day to see The Incredibles".
Makes the countdown, is talked about in detail.
Referred to during a story on Pixar's sale to Disney.
Logo on one of the trucks sleeping at truck stop
Pixar event, pictures seen, title spoken.
Video case is shown in a video store.
girl is wearing an 'Incredibles' shirt
Kevin mentions that he liked the movie.
Mr. Incredible costume
Doris has similarities to the Omnidroid in sharing its red eye and rotating blade weapons
Linguini is wearing boxer shorts with The Incredibles logo on them.
One of the children wears pajamas with The Incredibles characters on them.
Man is wearing Incredibles Shirt
One of the downloaded content for the game are costumes of the characters of this movie.
hero getting cape stuck in a bank door, both scenes inspired by the same novel
correct response in "Movies in Minivans" category
Poster shown when Hewy discusses Pixar movies
Included in a $300 question
shown on list
Subject of a $500 question
Subject of a $1,000 clue in the category "21st Century Cinema"
When Rumpeltstiltskin wears his angry wig, he looks like Syndrome without the mask.
Raj mentions the movie by name.
DVD cover shown.
"animated like The Incredibles" (rap lyrics)
A poster featuring an Easter Island-style stone head identical to the ones outside the computer room in Syndrome's lair can be seen on the wall in Andy's room.
Shrek 2 lost winning the Oscar for Best Animated Feature to this film.
AniMat says Megamind is unlike any animated film since The Incredibles.
Poster shown when Hewy discusses animated super-hero movies
Honorable mention for top movie superheroes
One of the downloaded content for the game are costumes of the characters of this movie.
Mr. Incredible poster is seen in Milo's bedroom.
Seth Green's looks in the film are compared to those of Mrs. Incredible
Appears on the list of DVD & Blu-Ray releases of April/May
"The Incredimobiles" advertised on drive-in theater marquee.
Hewy (on Pixar): "Over ten movies of great superheroes..."
Lindsay has the DVD, and the death of Syndrome.
From the same camera angle: Frozone reminds Mr. Incredible to remove his mask, just as Brandt reminds Ethan to remove his goggles, before entering a significant room. Both movies were directed by Brad Bird.
Christy mentions that Brad Bird directed the film
AniMat says O'Hare looks like if Lord Farquaad had a baby with Edna Mode.
Hewy: "Well Ratigan, that's what happens when you have a cape. Syndrome oughta tell you that."
Hewy says "Brave" is not in the same league as this movie.
Sheldon mentions the movie by name.
Similiarites in plot are brought up.
Whitney Cummings says a man who did post-production on "Whitney" to make her look better was an animator on the film
Mr. Incredible, Elasigirl, Violet, Dash, & Syndrome are playable.
Rob Corddry says he put a sticker of Mr. Incredible from the film on his arm when he was telling his wife about his tattoo
In the opening sequence, the woman in the b&w movie trips and falls on a tombstone. It reads "Simon J. Paladino - A public servant with a bright vision." In The Incredibles, Gazerbeam was Simon J. Paladino's alter ego. As Simon, he was a public advocate for superhero rights. He died in that movie. And now we see his tombstone.
Exports from the kingdom of Pik-zahr include various incredibles.
Spike cape getting sucked into a tornado is a reference to Splashdown's death in this film.
AniMat says Kurokawa is like Gilbert Huph.
"If you're gonna steal Edna Mode's design sheet, pick a voice that matches."
A screenshot of Bob Parr at his office cubicle is shown as an example of another movie that explores self identity.
Mentioned by Danny Leigh when reviewing Big Hero 6 (2014)
Yoko says she'd have chosen Mr. and Mrs. Incredible as her parents.
A figure of Mr. Incredible from this movie can be seen in the memorabilia shop, an inside joke to director Brad Bird's previous film.
Mentioned by George Clooney when he talks about Brad Bird, the director of his new movie Tomorrowland (2015)
Mentioned as one of Brad Bird's previous directing works.
listed as a film with Samuel L. Jackson
a math problem involves the number of Elastigirl's children
Samuel L. Jackson mentions his earlier movie
clips in Ratzenberger conclusion
Updated version features a clip from this film
Clips shown for the review.
reviewed + footage used
A small clip was presented as part of some of the nominated films.
Nominated in multiple categories
Clips are shown
DVD release reviewed + footage used
this is a documentary on the production of this film
featured in clips
Poster and featuring animation films
A clip is shown
among other Samuel L. Jackson movies
"A mid-life crisis movie starring superheroes."
A clip is featured.
Clip shown during introduction.
Film is talked about, clips shown.
Elastigirl and Jack-Jack appear
Number 6 in the top 10 best Pixar movies.
Syndrome is ranked at number 2.
Animated heroes presentation.
Clip is shown
Mentioned as one of Brad Bird's films. Clip shown.
Clip is shown
characters avoiding flying circular saw blades
Sock puppet spoof of The Incredibles
Mirage from the Incredibles (the news lady)
Andy watches a (fictional) porn movie called Increda-Hoes
A "The Not-So-Incredibles" poster hangs at the Nickel 'n' Dime Animation Studio office.
Both Gohan and Vegeta ask ChiChi and Bulam respectively "Where's my Saiyan suit?".