# 405 – The Incredibles

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Disney and Pixar join to make another top notch animation! Reading up on the making of The Incredibles – code name Tights – its obvious how much effort they put into making it as realistic as possible. They even had a professional come in and talk about the complex nature of textiles so they could make the clothing look real and natural. Also, the voice of Mrs. Incredible used real military jargon when flying the plane and she was apparently expected to learn the terms as well.

As with all Disney movies there are connections and references everywhere! I couldn’t possibly mention them all now, but surely you picked up the enormous similarities to Fantastic 4…. It’s a good laugh with tongue-in-cheek jokes and it almost takes the piss of other superhero movies, but all in good fun. To top it all off it sends a positive and heart-warming message, which is what its all about folks!

Thanks for reading 🙂

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# 410 – The Jungle Book (1967)

The Jungle Book (1967)

 

Now… don’t judge me. Today may have been the first time I’ve seen this. Not counting the little glimpses I’ve caught over the years babysitting. I was more of a Lion King, Tarzan, Aladdin kinda kid. Aaaand I still am.

I mean this movie was great! Such a beautiful story, but it doesn’t really jump out at me or move me in any way like the others do.

Sad backstory, this was the last animation Disney movie to be looked over by the main man, Walt. He died in 1966 during the making of it.

With the recent release of The Jungle Book remake, it might be time to get the kids together and show them the original. They’re sure to be amazed at the difference in graphics!

Enjoy 🙂