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Jack-Jack Attack (2005)

Jack-Jack Attack





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Originally conceived as a sequence from the Pixar hit The Incredibles but later cut from the film so that the baby's superpowers would be a surprise, this computer animated short follows an unsuspecting babysitter as she attempts to wrangle a particularly brainy baby. Experts say classical music helps infants to develop better cognitive skills, but for his exceptional child Mozart proves the key to unlocking some truly remarkable superpowers.more
Rating: G
Genre: Action & Adventure, Animation, Kids & Family, Comedy, Special Interest
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On DVD: Jan 1, 2005
Pixar Animation Studios

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a brilliant story that is very well told and very funny

michael e.
Michael Edwards

Super Reviewer

This short film from The Incredibles happened when Jack-Jack began exhibiting signs of super powers while he was being watched by his nice but harried babysitter. It fills in the missing portion of the film between the arrival of the sitter and Jack-Jack coming to the rescue. A wonderful and not to be missed addition to an excellent film.
Bret Parker exhibits great comedic timing and character and has a wonderfully distinctive voice as Kari, the babysitter, with an expanded opportunity to shine.

Dean McKenna

Super Reviewer

Everybody expects quality work from Pixar and Brad Bird and that's exactly what they get from The Incredibles. Now everything that the movie stood for is continued in the hilarious short Jack-Jack Attack. Bringing back all of the original voice and art talent from The Incredibles, writer/director Brad Bird puts together a brilliant comedy sketch based on ideas from his original concept of the movie. Brad Bird gives new life to two of the movies most animated minor characters Karrie McKeon and Jack-Jack Parr setting them both up for the adventure of their lives. The short is full of action and nonstop hysterics that run hand in hand with the movie. Viewers find out exactly what happens while the family is away from the home and get more than a little bit of insight into Karrie McKeon's quirkiness as well as Jack-Jack Parr's cuteness. While the clip is geared more towards kids than the movie was, Jack-Jack Attack will find a place in the heart of every adult. Kudos to Brad Bird and company on more, good quality family entertainment.

Steven Vincent Gee

Super Reviewer

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