10 Theories About Pixar’s Incredibles That Totally Change The Movie
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Ever since the first Incredibles movie came out, and with the recent release of the amazing Incredibles 2, fans everywhere have become enthusiastic about trying to figure out every little detail in the movies, and a ton of possibilities that didn’t even make it to screen. These theories range from completely out there to totally plausible, and they just might make you rethink the the movies entirely! Like the fact that Edna might just be a reformed supervillain herself, what with her enthusiasm for danger and her giant, fortress like home, complete with armed guards! Or the idea that Violet might be Helen’s daughter, but not Bob’s! Fans think that she is actually the daughter of deceased Super Snug, and have a bunch of evidence to back it up. COuld it be possible that the government is actually backing up Syndrome’s operations in order to continue to get rid of Supers? How about that Edna planned Syndrome’s demise, or that he actually is a Super himself? Or that Violet is actually Boo from Monsters Inc all grown up? Some fans believe that, along with their super strength and stretching powers, that Mr and Mrs Incredible are also actually clairvoyant and can see into the future, while others believe that the three children actually represent Freud’s idea of the Id, the Ego, and the Superego. Along with all of this, there is a theory that states that Syndrome is using mind control to hypnotize both Mirage and his army of henchmen, and another one that runs with the idea that, in The Incredibles 2, the family moves into the giant house that used to belong to Syndrome himself!
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