Incredibles 2 movie transcript page 3

VIOLET PARR: Where are you going?
BOB PARR: The fresh air is especially good tonight.
HELEN PARR: If Jack-Jack wakes up...
VIOLET PARR: I know the drill.VIOLET PARR: I know the drill
MAN: Your security badges. Please, this way. Hey, listen, you're my biggest fan.
FROZONE: Good to see you.
MAN: I'm your biggest fan. Shoot!
WINSTON DEAVOR: I love superheroes!WINSTON DEAVOR: I love superheroes! The powers, the costumes, the mythic struggles. Winston Deavor. You can call me Win. Genuine pleasure to meet you. Frozone!
FROZONE: It's good to see you.
WINSTON DEAVOR: Elastigirl.
ELASTIGIRL: Nice to meet you.
WINSTON DEAVOR: Mr. Incredible!
MR. INCREDIBLE: Hello.



WINSTON DEAVOR [singing]: # Mr. Incredible, Incredible
# Incredible # Catching the bad guys
# Pow, pow, pow #
# Who's the cat
# Who's always chill
# When survival odds
# Are close to nil
# Frozone Frozone
# Frozone
MR. INCREDIBLE: Yeah!
WINSTON DEAVOR: Can't tell you what a thrill this is. And this...
EVELYN DEAVOR: Oh, hello there, superheroes. I'm so sorry I'm late.
WINSTON DEAVOR: Is my tardy sister, Evelyn.Is my tardy sister, Evelyn.
EVELYN DEAVOR: And I'm scolding myself so you don't have to, Winston!
WINSTON DEAVOR: Spectacular. My father was so proud that I was even remotely connected to you guys. He used to call you the last line of defense. He was your top supporter. He donated to superhero causes. He raised money for the Dynaguy statue in Avery Park. He got to know many Supers personally. Even installed a phone with direct lines to Gazerbeam and FironicGazerbeam and Fironic in case of emergencies. He loved that, showed it off to everyone. He was heartbroken when you were all forced to go underground.
EVELYN DEAVOR: Father believed the world would become more dangerous without you.
WINSTON DEAVOR: He didn't know how right he was. There was a break-in. My father called Gazerbeam. The direct line. No answer. He called Fironic, no answer. Superheroes had just been made illegal. The robbers discovered him on the phone and shot him. So...
ELASTIGIRL: It must've been hard.
EVELYN DEAVOR: Especially for Mother. She died a few months later. Heartbreak.
WINSTON DEAVOR: If superheroes had not been forced underground it never would've happened.
EVELYN DEAVOR: Or Dad could've taken Mom to the safe room as soon as he knew there was trouble.
WINSTON DEAVOR: I disagree strongly! But we're not going into it right now. The point is nobody expected us to be able to actually run Dad's company. But with Evelyn as designer, and myself as operator we threw ourselves into building DEVTECH into what it is today.
FROZONE: A world-class telecommunications company.
WINSTON DEAVOR: Bigger than ever. Perfectly positioned to make some wrong things right. Hence, this meeting. Let me ask you something. What is the main reason you were all forced underground?What is the main reason you were all forced underground?
MR. INCREDIBLE: Ignorance.
WINSTON DEAVOR: Perception. Take today for example, with the Underminer. Difficult situation. You were faced with a lot of hard decisions.
MR. INCREDIBLE: Oh, tell me about it.
WINSTON DEAVOR: I can't because I didn't see it neither did anyone else. So, when you fight bad guys like today, people don't see the fight or what led up to it. They see what politicians tell them to see. They see destruction and they see you. So, if we wanna change people's perceptions about superheroeschange people's perceptions about superheroes we need you to share your perceptions with the world.
ELASTIGIRL: How do we do that?
WINSTON DEAVOR: With cameras. [on camera] We need you to share your perceptions with the world. How do we do that?
FROZONE: We embed tiny cameras, like those...
EVELYN DEAVOR: ...into your Supersuits.
ELASTIGIRL: Wow, so small. And the picture is outstanding.
EVELYN DEAVOR: Thanks! Designed 'em myself.
WINSTON DEAVOR: We've got resources, lobbyists, worldwide connections and very important, insurance.
MR. INCREDIBLE: Insurance is key.MR. INCREDIBLE: Insurance is key.
WINSTON DEAVOR: All we need now are the super-est superheroes. It needs you three. Come on! Help me make all Supers legal again.
MR. INCREDIBLE: This sounds great! Let's get this going. What's my first assignment?
WINSTON DEAVOR: That enthusiasm is golden. Now hold on to it. But for our first move. Well, Elastigirl is our best play.
MR. INCREDIBLE: Better than me? I mean, she's good. Really, a credit to her... You know. You know.
WINSTON DEAVOR: With great respect, let's not test the whole insurance will pay for everythinginsurance will pay for everything idea on the first go 'round, okay?
MR. INCREDIBLE: Wait a minute. You're saying what? I'm messy?
WINSTON DEAVOR: Well, Evelyn did a cost-benefit analysis comparing all your last five years of crime fighting before going underground. And Elastigirl's numbers are self-explanatory.
MR. INCREDIBLE: Well, it's not a fair comparison! Heavyweight problems need heavyweight solutions.
WINSTON DEAVOR: Of course! We're gonna solve all kinds of problems together. After the perfect launch with Elastigirl!perfect launch with Elastigirl!
EVELYN DEAVOR: So, what do you say?
ELASTIGIRL: What do I say? I don't know.
BOB PARR: What do you mean, you don't know? A few hours ago, you were saying it was over and being a superhero was a fantasy. Now, you get the offer of a lifetime and you don't know?
HELEN PARR: It's not that simple, Bob. I wanna protect the kids!
BOB PARR: So do I.
HELEN PARR: From jail, Bob!
BOB PARR: And how do you do that? By turning down a chance to change the law that forces them to hide what they are?
HELEN PARR: They haven't decided what they are. They're still kids.
BOB PARR: Kids with powers, which makes them Supers whether they decide to use those powers or not. This will benefit them.
HELEN PARR: It's not a good time to be away. Dash is having trouble with homework, Vi is worried about her first date with that boy she likes, Tony, and Jack-Jack...
BOB PARR: Jack-Jack? What's wrong with him?What's wrong with him?
HELEN PARR: Okay, nothing's wrong with Jack-Jack. But even a normal baby needs a lot of attention. I'm just not sure I can leave.
BOB PARR: Of course you can leave. You've got to. So that I... we can be Supers again, so our kids can have that choice.
HELEN PARR: So you can have that choice.
BOB PARR: All right, yes! So I can have that choice. And I would do a great job! Regardless of what Deavor's pie charts say or whatever... But they want you. And you'll do a great job too.
HELEN PARR: Well, that was excruciating to watch. I can't lie to you. It's nice to be wanted. Flattering, you know, but...
BOB PARR: But what's the choice? One, do this right, get well paid, we're out of the motel and things get better for all Supers, including our kids. Or two, I find a job in two weeks or we're homeless.
HELEN PARR: You know it's crazy, right? To help my family, I gotta leave it. To fix the law, I gotta break it.
BOB PARR: You'll be great.
HELEN PARR: I know I will. But what about you? We have kids. BOB PARR: I'll watch the kids, no problem.I'll watch the kids, no problem. Easy.
HELEN PARR: Easy, huh? You're adorable. Well, if there is a problem, I'll drop this thing and come right back.
BOB PARR: You won't need to. I got it, you go do this thing. Do it so... I can do it better.
WINSTON DEAVOR: Deavor here.
HELEN PARR: This is Elastigirl. I'm in.
HELEN PARR: Mr. Deavor, it's wonderful but it's too generous.
WINSTON DEAVOR: Nonsense! That's the least we can do. We're partners now! Can't have my partners living in a motel.
HELEN PARR: But whose house? Is it a house?
WINSTON DEAVOR: It's my house. I have several. I'm not using that one. Stay as long as you need.
HELEN PARR: I don't know what to say.
BOB PARR: How about "thanks"?
DASHIELL DASH PARR: This is our new house?This is our new house?
HELEN PARR: Okay, easy, tiger. It's being loaned to us.
VIOLET PARR: This is homey.
BOB PARR: Look at this place. Deavor bought it from an eccentric billionaire who liked to come and go without being seen so the house has multiple hidden exits.
VIOLET PARR: Good thing we won't stand out. Wouldn't want to attract any unnecessary attention.
DASHIELL DASH PARR: It's got a big yard!
HELEN PARR: Isn't this a bit much?
DASHIELL DASH PARR: Near a forest!
BOB PARR: Would you rather be at the motel?
DASHIELL DASH PARR: And a pool!
VIOLET PARR: What exactly is Mom's new job?
BOB PARR: The important thing is we're out of the motel.
DASHIELL DASH PARR: I like Mom's new job! Oh, ho, ho!
BOB PARR: Well, check out the water features.check out the water features.
DASHIELL DASH PARR: Wicked cool!
BOB PARR: Hey! Dash! Stop it! Not the couch! Stop it!
HELEN PARR: No! Dash!
BOB PARR: Stop!
VIOLET PARR: Don't touch the buttons!
BOB PARR: The couch!
HELEN PARR: Dash!
BOB PARR: Oh, no. Oh, boy.
VIOLET PARR: This isn't me.
ELASTIGIRL: I'm not all dark and angsty. I'm Elastigirl. I'm, you know, flexible.
BOB PARR: E designed this?
ELASTIGIRL: No, some guy named Alexander Galbaki.
BOB PARR: Glad it's you and not me, 'cause you're gonna hear from her. This note came with it.
ELASTIGIRL: What? (Note: Elastigirl, There's an accessory in the garage ..., Evelyn)
ELASTIGIRL: A new Elasticycle.ELASTIGIRL: A new Elasticycle.
BOB PARR: Elasticycle? I didn't know you had a bike.
ELASTIGIRL: Hey, I had a Mohawk. There's a lot about me you don't know.
BOB PARR: Yeah, but... A Mohawk?
ELASTIGIRL: Ah, you didn't miss anything. Oh, yeah! This one's electric.
BOB PARR: What's that mean? ELASTIGIRL: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Means it's torque-y. I'll get the hang of it.
BOB PARR: You will be great.
ELASTIGIRL: I will be great. And you will, too.
BOB PARR: We will both be great.
ELASTIGIRL: Bye, sweetie. more

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