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By Bob Garver
Special to Valley News 

"Incredibles 2"

 

Last updated 7/12/2018 at 2:38pm

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Although Pixar has never made anything I'd call a "bad" movie, they've had mixed results with their sequels. The second and third "Toy Story" movies are just as beloved as the original, and "Finding Dory" is the highest-grossing animated film of all time. But "Monsters University" was an addendum that seemingly nobody wanted, and the two "Cars" sequels are considered the black sheep of the studio. Still, fans were clamoring for a follow-up to "The Incredibles," the 2004 family-of-superheroes adventure that opened the door to a world that clearly needed more exploring. It's been a 14-year wa...



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