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.


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  • Jan 15, 2012
    A brilliant animated short that surpassed the main movie.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • Jun 24, 2011
    a brilliant story that is very well told and very funny
    Michael E Super Reviewer
  • Sep 14, 2010
    this is probably my favorite pixar short. i always loved the incredibles and the baby is sooo funny. I think the agent guy looks like agent K from Men in Black. lol Tommy Lee Jones. but i thuoght they could have added a little more pizaz on the end.
    Vincent T Super Reviewer
  • Apr 04, 2010
    This short film from <i>The Incredibles</i> 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 M Super Reviewer

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