10. 'Sky High' (2005)

One sign of a mature genre: It embraces parody and, in this case, the light touch of a modest family picture from Disney. Kurt Russell and Kelly Preston play the most powerful superheroes in the universe, through their son, who attends a high school for the gifted children of superheroes, has lingering questions about his potential: "The Incredibles" worked similar material with more imagination but as a silly-sweet exploration of the pragmatic side of the superhero genre's ramifications, "Sky High" is welcome.

( August 27, 2012 )

One sign of a mature genre: It embraces parody and, in this case, the light touch of a modest family picture from Disney. Kurt Russell and Kelly Preston play the most powerful superheroes in the universe, through their son, who attends a high school for the gifted children of superheroes, has lingering questions about his potential: "The Incredibles" worked similar material with more imagination but as a silly-sweet exploration of the pragmatic side of the superhero genre's ramifications, "Sky High" is welcome.

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