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The Atlantic 28d ago"Politicians don't understand people who do good things. That makes them nervous," Rick Dicker, the rheumy-eyed secret agent assigned to the world of superheroes, tells the Parr family as they go into hiding at the start of Incredibles 2. Delivered with a melancholy shrug, it's an unusually charged line for a children's film, and the first real sign that the writer and director, Brad Bird, isn't afraid to explore some thorny ideas in his latest blockbuster. As he has before, Bird takes frothy genre material and digs into its richer themes, reaching conclusions about the state of society that have, in the past, been criticized as blatantly elitist. ... Read more
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