Ellen (my daughter) has a new favourite film, Thunderbirds. This was widely panned on release, and in truth it's not a classic. But I understand why she likes it. This is a tough sell, but I'm going to argue that Thunderbirds is a better film than The Incredibles. Well, it's a better film for kids. Ellen didn't really get The Incredibles, but Thunderbirds is aimed directly at kids. Which is why of course adult film reviewers don't get it. Kids apply a different set of criteria. All the adult in-jokes that have become the stock in trade of Pixar films are lost on kids. This has a secret island, lots of kids beating adults, some cool machines, etc. So what if the characters, script and dialogue is rubbish?
I've not convinced you have I?