Should There Be an ‘Incredibles 3’?

Recently I rewatched Incredibles 2 on Netflix and all throughout my time watching the film ideas for potential sequels kept popping into my head. The possibilities of yet another sequel to the critically-acclaimed animated franchise seem slim, considering that it took writer/director Brad Bird fourteen! years to finally bring The Incredibles back to the world, but there are so many directions the movie could go.

I mean, off the top of my head, here are two storylines I think a sequel could tackle.

1. An Ultimate Superhero versus SuperVillain Conundrum

With superheroes being legalized at the end of Incredibles 2 the world of supers is back and popping. The Incredibles could be fighting the baddies, saving citizens and making the world a better place, but then here comes the ultimate villain ready to bring the world to its knees.

I would love to see the main antagonists without powers like the previous two villains but he (or she) controls a cult of villainous baddies with superpowers and together they strive to take over the world.

The Incredibles, with the help of Frozone and other new or old supers, could face the impending threat in an action-packed third installment to an already fantastic film.

2. The Incredibles Take a Considerable Time Jump

For two movies we’ve seen The Incredibles in relatively the same state. Incredibles 2, however, did shine a light on Baby Jack Jack’s powers but there wasn’t much that had changed. If there were to be a sequel I think it would be very smart to show the superhero family in a new stage of their lives.

Maybe Violet could be an adult, Dash would be a teenager, and Baby Jack-Jack could be at an age between seven and nine years old. That would give viewers of the third Incredibles movie something different to grasp onto, which would be very important.

So, based on these two ideas of mine, should there be an Incredibles 3? If written correctly, definitely. These movies are fantastic for children and adults and I’m hoping Disney sees the potential in a continued storyline.

What do you think? Would you like to see a third installment for the incredible franchise? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a wonderful day.


Happy 1,000!

When I started this website on December 15, 2016, I would’ve never imagined that one day I would have written 1,000 posts (this one actually being 1,001). It’s been an awesome journey over the years. I’ve written countless reviews for some of the greatest movies, new and old. I’ve shared my traveling experiences. And every day, like today, I have displayed my excitement for movies.

The first post I ever wrote was The Last Day Before Rogue One. That was SUCH a long time ago. And now, years later, I am ready to continue this journey to my 2,000 post milestone, whenever that may be. 🙂

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a beautiful day.


My Version of The Last Jedi: Chapter Thirty-Seven

Rendezvous on Tól

On the Millennium Falcon, there was a tenseness to the overall pleasant occurrence. Rey flew the vessel but Finn noticed how stiff her body language was. Chewbacca seemed to also sense the uncomfortable vibe, as he barely spoke. Luke was at first going to sit in the cockpit alongside Finn but Rey asked him not to. She said it wouldn’t be appropriate. So, with a sigh, the Jedi master left the cockpit, heading to sit on the couch in the lobby of the ship.

Finn sat behind Rey and while he wanted to talk to her he didn’t know what to say. She seemed so…quiet. As if something was terribly wrong.

“You have something to say, Finn?” Rey suddenly said.

Finn’s eyes widened. Had she read his mind?

“Um, no I’m fine,” he stammered.

The back of Rey’s head didn’t move but he knew she knew he was lying. It was all very strange how much she had changed in the past few weeks.

Chewbacca growled.

Rey pressed a button and the Falcon shot out of hyperspace. A green planet appeared in the space crisscrossed with red lines appeared before them.

Rey nodded. “We’re here.”

Continue reading My Version of The Last Jedi: Chapter Thirty-Seven