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Just like Black Panther and the first Incredibles movie, the villain (who I won't name because of spoilers) is totally right and the so-called heroes are wrong. And her father was an idiot for not using the damned panic room. '

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Folks who give up their own lives for the sake of saving all the rest of us helpless victims with no agency of our own(look co-dependecy sometime)and claim to be devoid of all self-interest are not only dull but highly suspect. Not having seen this one, I have no idea whether the villain was right, nonetheless villains in these superhero yarns are inevitably far more compelling as characters

@rvcanuck said:

Just like Black Panther and the first Incredibles movie, the villain (who I won't name because of spoilers) is totally right and the so-called heroes are wrong. And her father was an idiot for not using the damned panic room. '

What the fuckk are you talking about?

Not sure why you would have a panic room and not have your phone set up in there to call the Supers why even have a panic room if going to it is not the first plan of action in a emergency. The villain in Incredibles 2 blames all Supers for her dad not using any common sense.

@rvcanuck said:

Just like Black Panther and the first Incredibles movie, the villain (who I won't name because of spoilers) is totally right and the so-called heroes are wrong. And her father was an idiot for not using the damned panic room. '

LOL you said you didn't want to give anything away but by adding in the "her father was an idiot for not using the damned panic room." line clearly gives it away in one of the first couple of scenes.