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Jack-Jack Attack (Video 2005) Poster

(2005 Video)

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This was originally meant to be included in The Incredibles (2004). The scene was ultimately cut and then expanded into a short and specially made for the DVD release of The Incredibles (2004).
A short list of Jack-Jack's powers portrayed in the short include but are not limited to: shape shifting, matter-eating, anti-gravitation, floating, hovering, flying, line of sight teleportation, molecular phasing through objects, telekinesis, super strength, spontaneous combustion, laser-projecting eyes, and indestructibility.
When Jack-Jack is first shown playing, the toy at the far right of the screen is the Pixar trademark ball from Luxo Jr. (1986).
In "The Incredibles," Kari says she plays Mozart for Jack Jack because "Mozart makes babies smarter." When Jack Jack bursts into flames, the dramatic music in the soundtrack is the "dies irae" from Mozart's Requiem Mass in D minor (K. 626).
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When Kari plays Mozart for Jack-Jack, he makes an unusual face and stops moving. It's probable that listening to Mozart is what activated his powers; as it's rumored that listening to Mozart enhances children's brain activity.
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