INCREDIBLES 2 has landed in US cinemas but is still a month away from arriving in the UK. Questions are already surfacing, not only about the plot and reviews. How long is Incredibles 2? Can you take small children to see it?
How long is Incredibles 2?
The sequel to Pixar’s 2004 smash animated hit finally landed in cinemas 14 years after the first Incredibles
Clearly, Incredibles fans are comfortable with waiting.
Incredibles 2 clocks in at two hours and five minutes, which makes it a full minute longer than Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
Can you take small children to see Incredibles 2?
The answer might not be as straightforward as you think.
Yes, children – even small ones – will delight at seeing their favourite superheroes on the big screen.
Incredibles 2 is rated U according to the British Board of Film Classification, which means it’s suitable for all audiences.
However, Incredibles 2 is slightly darker than its predecessor. Children who connect much closer to animated characters (as children often do) may be frightened by the intensity of Incredibles 2.
Incredibles 2 stars Samuel L Jackson reprising his role as Frozone, and Jackson begins to utter the phrase: “What the f…”
He doesn’t finish the sentence, but for parents who have concerns about swear words around their children, they may want to cover their kids’ ears.
Educationally, it may be good for kids to see a superhero movie that blatantly flips gender roles, and isn’t subtle about it like Incredibles 2.
Common Sense Media, an American parent driven website for movie reviews, generally gives it favourable ratings for kids – so Incredibles 2 be a safe bet for the whole family.
Incredibles 2 stars Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson, Samuel L Jackson, and is directed by Brad Bird.