Bret Parker (Monsters, Inc.)
Bud Luckey (Toy Story 3)
Eli Fucile (The Incredibles)
Jason Lee (My Name Is Earl)

Jack-Jack Attack (2005)This short film shows Rick Dicker, a government agent assigned to aid “supers” in maintaining their anonymity, interviewing Kari about the events that unfolded while she was babysitting the youngest member of the Parr family, Jack-Jack, during the events of The Incredibles. Kari begins by stating that she received a call from Mrs. Parr, who expresses reluctance about allowing Kari to babysit. Kari attempts to re-assure her that she is more than capable of taking care of Jack-Jack, but the conversation is cut off by the Parrs’ plane being fired upon. Thinking nothing is wrong, and that they were simply cut-off, Kari turns her attention to Jack-Jack. She begins by playfully asking Jack-Jack if he is ready for some “neurological stimulation”. She begins by playing Mozart’s Piano Sonata No. 11 for him, which has the result of Jack-Jack having an epiphany about his latent superpowers.Jack-Jack Attack (2005)When Kari’s back is turned, Jack-Jack seems to disappear and reappear in the kitchen. Finding this odd, Kari tries calling Mrs. Parr again. While she is leaving a message, Jack-Jack floats onto the ceiling and spills milk onto Kari’s face. Kari puts him in his playpen, flipped upside-down so that he cannot float away, and tries calling Mrs. Parr again. Jack-Jack promptly escapes the playpen, leaving a perfectly circular hole in the bars, and appears on a high bookshelf. Just as he falls, Kari dives in and tries to catch him, but fails when Jack-Jack passes through the floor (all except his diaper falls through) into the laundry room. Running down to find him, Kari sees Jack-Jack passing through the walls and floating around, babbling happily, before she finally catches him. Kari takes Jack-Jack back upstairs and ties him to a barbell. Then, to calm him down, Kari tries showing him flashcards. This works well until she shows him a card of a campfire, at which point he suddenly bursts into flames. Horrified, Kari picks up Jack-Jack with a pair of fireplace tongs and rushes into the bathroom, where she douses him in the bathtub.Early the next morning, as the sun is rising on a new day, all appears well from outside. Inside, the house is a shambles and Kari is teetering on the verge of madness, desperately struggling to stay awake, but having since learned to anticipate and counter the spontaneous outbursts of Jack-Jack’s newly emerged (and quite numerous) powers. There is a knock at the door; Kari answers it and meets Syndrome, who asks if this is the Parrs’ residence. Kari thinks he is the new babysitter come to relieve her, but wonders what the “S” on his costume stands for. He claims it stands for “Sitter”, because if he called himself “Babysitter”, his uniform would have to say “BS” on it. Cutting back to the interrogation scene, Dicker is incredulous that Kari believed Syndrome, while Kari in her defense shouts that she was not in a sound state of mind at the time. Dicker asks Kari if she told anyone else about the incident, to which she replies that she did tell her parents, who didn’t believe her and thought she was joking. As Kari expresses her wish to forget the whole thing, Dicker promises that she will, and activates a device to erase her memory.This short-film was just as we had all expected, humorous and a little quirky. It really made me want to see the ‘Incredibles’ again. Congratulations Pixar and Walt Disney, for another amazing short, well scripted and animated. Although it has been taken from the “Incredibles” it can still be understood as a stand-alone. With its seamless jokes and delightful plot-line.






Craig T. Nelson (Poltergeist)
Holly Hunter (Batman V Superman)
Sarah Vowell (End of The Line)
Spencer Fox (The Groomsmen)
Jason Lee (My name Is Earl)
Samuel L. Jackson (The Legend of Tarzan)
Elizabeth Peña (Rush Hour)
Wallace Shawn (The Princess Bride)
John Ratzenberger (Cheers)

Public opinion turns against humans with superpowers – called “Supers” – due to peripheral damage caused by their crime-fighting activities. After several lawsuits, they are forced into civilian relocation programs by the government. Fifteen years later, Bob and Helen Parr, formerly known as Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl, and their children Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack live as a suburban family. Bob is dissatisfied with suburban life and his white-collar job; longing for the glory days. Sometimes, Bob and his old friend Lucius Best – formerly known as Frozone – perform vigilante work without their wives’ knowledge during the night.
One day, Bob loses his temper because his supervisor refuses to let him stop a mugging, causing him to be dismissed. Returning home, Bob finds a message from a mysterious woman named Mirage, who convinces him to become Mr. Incredible again and gives him a mission to destroy a savage tripod-like robot called the Omnidroid on the remote island of Nomanisan, promising a substantial reward. Arriving on Nomanisan, Bob is able to find and destroy the Omnidroid by tricking it into ripping out its own power source.
Bob is rejuvenated by being able to use his powers freely, improving his attitude and relationship with his family; he begins rigorous training while waiting for more work from Mirage. Discovering a tear in his suit, Bob visits superhero costume designer Edna Mode, who decides to make him and his whole family suits, unbeknownst to Helen and the kids. Leaving for Nomanisan once again, Bob discovers that Mirage is working for Buddy Pine, a disaffected former super-fan rejected by Mr. Incredible who adopted the name Syndrome who intends to perfect the Omnidroid and defeat it in public while manipulating its controls to become a hero himself, and then sell his inventions so everyone will become equally “super,” making the term meaningless. Bob sneaks into Syndrome’s island base and finds his computer. He discovers Syndrome has lured countless retired superheroes to their deaths, pitting them against previous Omnidroid prototypes to test their design. Meanwhile, Helen visits Edna, finds out what Bob has been up to, and activates a homing beacon Edna built into the suits to find him, inadvertently causing Bob to be discovered and captured.
Helen borrows an airplane to head for Nomanisan but finds Violet and Dash have stowed away wearing their own suits, leaving Jack-Jack in the care of a babysitter. Syndrome picks up Helen’s radio transmissions and shoots down the plane, but Helen and the kids survive and make it to the island, though Bob thinks they are dead. Bob threatens to kill Mirage to force Syndrome to release him, but Syndrome calls his bluff and Bob releases Mirage.
Helen proceeds to the base to find Bob, discovering Syndrome’s intentions to send the Omnidroid to Metroville in a rocket. Distraught by Syndrome’s behavior and his true plans, Mirage releases Bob and informs him that his family is alive. Helen arrives and races off with Bob to find their children. Dash and Violet use their powers to counter a number of Syndrome’s guards in Nomanisan’s tropical jungle before reuniting with their parents. The family is captured by Syndrome, who heads off to initiate his plan.

The Parrs escape and use a security RV and a spare orbital rocket system to travel to Metroville. True to its programming, the Omnidroid recognizes Syndrome as an opponent and attacks the remote on his wrist, making the supervillain incapable of controlling it. The Parrs and Frozone team up to fight the robot in a losing battle until Bob comes across the remote. Using a fallen pincer of the robot, Elastigirl uses the remote to fire it at the Omnidroid’s power core, destroying it. Returning home, the Parrs find Syndrome, who plans to kidnap and raise Jack-Jack as his own sidekick to exact revenge on the family. As Syndrome tries to escape to his airplane, Jack-Jack’s own shapeshifting superpowers start to manifest, and he escapes Syndrome’s grasp. Helen rescues Jack-Jack; Bob throws his car at Syndrome’s plane, causing Syndrome to be sucked into the plane’s turbine by his cape. Three months later, the Parrs, having adjusted to civilian life, witness the arrival of a new villain called the Underminer. The family dons their superhero outfits, preparing to face the new threat.This film is definitely a classic of animation and once again Pixar shows why they are the masters of computer animation.