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Goofs from Incredibles 2

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  • The Screenslaver is obviously a play on the term "screensaver," but the film clearly takes place in the '60s. Screensavers weren't implemented until 1983.
  • Violet is supposed to have her date Friday night, Bob stays up all night learning math for Dash's test, then takes them to school the next day, which should be Saturday, but its treated like a Monday.
  • The family is surprised that Jack-Jack has powers. Helen even mentioned that she missed his first powers, however at the end of the first movie, they all witnessed him using powers.
  • When Bob Parr wears his original Mr. Incredible super-suit, the stitch from the patch job he'd asked E to do in The Incredibles (2004) is missing.
  • There is a character reading a newspaper in the film that is dated 1962. However, the Parr family watches the title sequence for The Outer Limits (1963), which first broadcast in 1963 and The Robot Spy (1964) which was first broadcast in 1964. In addition, The Incredibles (2004) was established as taking place in 1970, and this movie takes place within a year after that one.
  • At the end of the previous film, the Parrs were dressed in their casual clothes and put on their masks to fight the Underminer. But here they're suddenly in their full-body super suits.
  • According to newspaper headlines/the programs on TV/etc. the film takes place in 1962. But Dash confronts his dad about having to do math a different way. This is a reference to common core math, which is regularly used in schools today and began around 2010, way after the setting of this film.
  • Even though this movie is supposed to take place immediately after the events of the previous film, Dash has grown considerably (compared to the other children) between movies, appearing to have aged several years.
  • The villain's name, Screenslaver, is an obvious pun on "screensaver." Screensavers did not come into existence until 1983, two decades after the time frame of the film.
  • At the end of the film Elastigirl states she missed Jack-Jack's first power. At the end of the first film the entire family witnesses Jack-Jack using his powers as he's being kidnapped by Syndrome. None of them should be too surprised during the events of this film.
  • Elastigirl's new motorcycle is electric, yet can be heard making gasoline engine noises as it speeds through traffic.
  • Even though this movie is supposed to take place immediately after the events of the previous film, Dash has grown considerably (compared to the other children) between movies, appearing to have aged several years.
  • The Screenslaver is obviously a play on the term "screensaver," but the film clearly takes place in the '60s. Screensavers weren't implemented until 1983.
  • In The Incredibles (2004), when Edna Mode is activating the security system, it notes Elastigirl is with her and gets set to attack, prompting Edna to add "and guest" when using the voice recognition system. In this movie, while Jack-Jack is activating the system with Edna, Mr. Incredible doesn't set off the system's alarm the way Elastigirl did, However Edna could have modified the alarm system.
  • Jak Jak demonstrated his abilities at the end of the first movie, and was fitted for a 'Super Suit' by Edna, as well.
  • Bob falls asleep looking "ghastly" but wakes up clean shaven.
  • The cameras shown in the TV program segment are a black and white model, but the broadcast is in colour.
  • When Elastigirl brings the train to a stop, she is seen entering the station at speed in parachute form, coming to a stop some distance through the station. When the train stops before being hit again by the trailing can, she appears to be quite close to the station entrance.
  • the incredibles ends with a note on the screen saying that the track meet is three months after their house was destroyed by syndrome's jet. where did they stay before that meet which took place before the under-miner showed up and fought the family in incredibles 2?
  • Mr. incredible's suit is seen still covered in ash from the plane crash in the house after he wore it to meet with Winston and Evelyn Deacon.
  • One of the major problems at the end of the movie is figuring out how to turn the ship to avoid crashing in to the city. They spend a lot of time trying yo manually turn the rudder and break down the foils to get the ship to turn. One idea which doesn't seem to occur to anyone is for Void to use her super powers to teleport the ship away from the city.
  • Bob wears his original Mr. Incredible super-suit to meet with the Deavors, and it is shown to be in perfect condition. Later in the movie, we see the suit in a glass case alongside Bob's other memorabilia, where it is still covered in soot and ash from the jet explosion at the end of the first movie. However, nowhere in the canon does it mention that Bob only has ONE super-suit.
  • Winston Deavor's father is presented as a major patron of superheroes, who provided both legal and financial support (for example, funding a statue in a public park), and who personally befriended many supers, including several who ran in the same circles as Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl. So how is it that neither of the Incredibles nor Frozone have ever heard of him (or even seem to recognize the name Deavor)?
  • In The Incredibles, they see Jak-Jak using his powers when he leads Syndrome to his demise. In Incredibles 2, they continue to deny that he even has powers.
  • Violet's date with Tony was on a Friday evening. But the next morning, Mr Incredible sends his kids to school.
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