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10. "The Incredibles" (Brad Bird, 2004)
"The Incredibles," Brad Bird’s follow-up to "The Iron Giant," is definitely a popular choice. But — and not to be contrarian — Pixar's sixth feature is so hellbent on being an action fun-fest that the thematic virtues can't quite poke through to the surface. The result is a somewhat long-winded (the film clocks in at 115 minutes, short of "Cars" by 60 seconds) exercise in exploiting the senses.