A family of superheroes (in their own minds) is forced by a rash of pregnancies
to set aside their special powers and live a normal suburban life.
After inadvertently uncovering a diabolical plan to commercialize Christmas, however,
the family of five must bring together their respective strengths to save Christmas day.
Newcomer Roxanne (Violet/Jack-Jack) has the super power to appear from nowhere,
particularly on March 22, 2004 weighing 6lbs 15 oz. A great delight to her parents
and family, this blue-eyed, often-smiling, nine-month-old girl can now crawl
and has a voracious desire to see new things -- and eat them. Redford (Dash)
has super speed, racing through toddlerhood to reach the "two’s" class at day-care.
He loves big trucks, can count to ten, say the alphabet, and knows the word "ship"
for frustrating events. Jennie (Elastigirl) is able to stretch time (by omitting sleep)
to work special events/P.R. at Macy’s and be with her wonderful children.
But can her body un-stretch from three pregnancies in four years?
Andrew (Mr. Incredible) has the super strength to swap a convertible for a minivan.
He works on three super new books (bringing the total to 14) and
the band plays at the Hard Rock, twice. The house (Nomanisan Island, not pictured) gets a super new garage door, windows, front door, washer and dryer.
Meanwhile, the good dog Panang (Edna Mode) is just plain super.
The Hudsonibles are visited by Jennie’s family, grandmother, and great-aunt Mary;
Peter Finter (from Andrew’s GEC Coventry days);
Andrew’s cousin Liz Kerr and family;
and Andrew’s mum Chris and her sister Yve.
Computer generated but lacking any animation.
Although based on a Pixar film, the house looks like Toy Story,
the parents live A Bugs Life, some days it’s Monsters, Inc.,
and nobody’s Finding Nemo.