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With its initial installment, Fantastic Four established itself as the superhero franchise that didn't take itself too seriously, and that continues here. There are numerous moments of laugh-out-loud humor, and the most angst they suffer is whether Sue and Reed will ever be able to live a normal family life. (That, and whether they'll ever really get married, of course.) If Fantastic Four were a normal superhero franchise, the ending would be a knock-down drag-out war with Galactus, featuring the FF in a colossal battle for the planet Earth and the lives of everyone on it. Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer just doesn't do that, and we don't quite get the payoff we expected. Effects are dazzling, but the Surfer looks too metallic, more like a skyriding T-1000 robot. --David Horiuchi
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Great theme throughout, nice special effects, and good story line.
I am not a huge comic book fan, but I was when I was a kid and this movie was just really bad, bad enough for me to pass on the next one.
If anyone has been a fan of the Silver Surfer character, a Marvel comic book super-hero, he/she will love this movie.
Fast delivery...exactly as advertised. Very happy with this item.Published 22 days ago by Camille G. Vickery
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Thanks. I will get it especially for the Scoring the Fanastic feature.
Sep 8, 2007 by shoutsma | See all 3 posts
|Pretty good movie||
Well, Jackson, it looks like there's not too many Fantastic Four comic book fans on these forums, let alone people who liked the movie. Fortunately I am one who collected the comic book in the past and I even find the first movie entertaining. We can't expect them to closely follow the story of... Read More
Oct 1, 2007 by Watcher | See all 3 posts
|Jessica Alba..Did she have blue eyes in the first movie as well??||
I saw the both movies in the theater, and I don't remember her eyes being so blue in the first one. Strangely, I just caught part of the 2nd movie on HBOHD, and it looks like they've gotten rid of those weird blue eyes she had when the movie was in theaters. Guess I wasn't the only one who... Read More
May 23, 2008 by joriki | See all 4 posts
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