Incredibles 2 was fun, and Dusty enjoyed it more than Sky did. We both loved seeing all our same characters in a “new” adventure that had many elements of the first installment.
Lessons Learned from Incredibles 2:
If it’s too good to be true, it is.
- Driving in the car to their new incredible home to live in. A couple of billionaires wanting to bring back heroes.
Communication solves problems while a lack of communication causes problems.
- Robert Parr not communicating fully with the family and the family started to break-down with his lack of communication. Honest communication is what brought his daughter back on his side and things went smoothly with Helen (this is also an echo from the first Incredibles movie).
Raising kids is tough.
- As demonstrated by Bob Parr trying to raise the kids.
An event can be seen differently by different people.
- Brother and sister have different perspectives on the death of their parents. Man wanted heroes accepted, woman wants heroes gone so people don’t rely on them.
Protect yourself don’t wait for help
- Mom and dad relying on the phone in the office and calling heroes instead of taking your life in your own hands and doing what you need to do to protect yourself. Don’t wait for others to help you.
No good deed goes unpunished.
- Super heroes trying to do a good thing and they cause lawsuits and greater damage and a hatred or fear of supers.
To fix the law, you have to break it.
- Elastigirl’s rationale to her family for what she was doing
Learn more about this movie from IMDB.
93% on Rotten Tomatoes. Yeppers, seems about right.
Dusty has chosen Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom as the next movie we’ll learn from.
If you missed it, last week we discussed lessons learned from Deadpool 2.