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Movie review: 'Incredibles 2,' awesome, action-packed superhero sequel was worth the wait

Parents need to know that the highly anticipated sequel "Incredibles 2" picks up immediately after "The Incredibles," following the Parr family – Bob/Mr. Incredible (voiced by Craig T. Nelson), Helen/Elastigirl (Holly Hunter), Violet (Sarah Vowell), Dash (Huck Milner), and baby Jack-Jack (Eli Fucile) – as they again use their powers to rescue the people of their city. From there, the movie explores the Parrs' family dynamics and eventually pits them against a villain named Screenslaver. Like the original, the sequel has frequent, intense superhero action/violence (large-scale destruction, frequent peril, weapons, laser beams shooting out of a character's eyes, a scary fight with lots of flashing lights, etc.). Someone is shot in a flashback (the act itself isn't shown), and there are references to dead parents and several fight sequences that could be too intense for very young or those who are sensitive to violence that puts kids or parents in danger. But there's also lots of humor, even in the action sequences, as well as themes of teamwork, courage, communication, and perseverance – not to mention how easy it is to be manipulated by the screens all around us. Expect a bit of kissing, hugging, and flirting; a little drinking by adults; a character with a long-stemmed cigarette; and a few uses of words like "sucks" and "jerks."

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The new 'Queer Eye' guys have love in their hearts – and plenty of tips – for guys (and gals)

Browse the Instagram feeds of any of the "Queer Eye" hosts and see their comments to each other, and it'll be hard not to question the depth of the friendships in your own life. The new Fab Five – Bobby Berk (design), Karamo Brown (culture), Tan France (fashion), Antoni Porowski (food and wine) and Jonathan Van Ness (grooming) – post such heartfelt declarations to each other as "I live for any sort of cropped anything on you even when you insist on undershirts, love you more than food delivery apps" and "You give me life every single day! You will always be my Beyonce!"

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'It Will Be Chaos': Personal stories of refugee crisis could not be timelier

The scene captured in HBO's documentary film "It Will Be Chaos" is a familiar one: Parents seeking asylum are separated from their children at the border. They've fled starvation, persecution and bloodshed, then during their journey survived smugglers, bandits and other nefarious entities that prey on migrants, only to lose their children once they've reached the "safe" side of the border.

Shoplifting squirrel steals peanut M&Ms from a Disney store at Magic Kingdom

Brianna Bradshaw posted her friend Jessica Dornfried's video showing a shoplifting squirrel stealing a bag of peanut M&Ms from a Disney store at Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida.