Dash: *reaches for egg roll*
Violet: “Did you wash your hands?”
Dash: *Speed Forces to the bathroom and back* *reaches for egg roll*
Violet is all of our mothers.
She is also all of our sisters when they reach that special part of their lives, you know when their body goes through changes while she experiences an evolution in her telekinetic force field projection. We know it all too well.
Violet interrupts Dash’s complaints about dinner being vegan to address their mom securing the bag by reviving her career as a solo superhero. She was chosen over Mr. Incredible and Frozone by their mysterious new employer to rebrand supers after the events of the first film.
Sidenote: Why were Bob & Helen rocking the retro-fits when they were meeting with the superhero temp agency? Maybe to hide the fact that they’re married? We’ll see.
Elastigirl got tagged in, and Mr. Incredible’s in charge of the kids, which includes teaching Dash new math, keeping Jack Jack from summoning the Infinity Gauntlet, and dealing with a fed up Violet who clearly doesn’t want to super anymore. Girl put her super suit IN the garbage disposal, then yeeted it across the room when she realized that Edna Mode thread count was too strong.
It’ll be fine, tho. She’s all up in the action montage with the Incredibles horn section blaring in the background, so once she puts some pages in her diary she’ll be ready to put some force in the field. Did you see her split one of her fields and throw them? Violet’s definitely getting her stats up this year.
It’s all fun and games until the new villain comes through. He’s dressed like a Borderlands character and looks like his MO is hypnotizing folks Mad Mod style (good thing Beast Boy ain’t around). These new looks at Incredibles 2 are just getting the 90s kids even more hyped for this movie. Once again, if you were born after 97, you should wait your turn or you might catch the fade on opening night. Just saying.
Incredibles 2 hits theaters June 15th.