Monday, March 21, 2005

"THE INCREDIBLES." Even if, like me, you're no fan of action-adventure crap or the usual Pixar fare, you may have to see this movie just for the, for lack of a better term, set design.

The buildings and their contents, and the cars on the roads, exist in a delightfully odd combination of the past and the future. As the movie's creators describe in the DVD extras, the idea was a mid-1960s conception of the world of tomorrow. The mid-century-modern house that the Incredible family lives in was the best part of the movie for me. I'll be on the vulnerable side if an enterprising real-estate agent corners me in Los Angeles.

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