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Plot: FANTASTIC FOUR, a contemporary re-imagining of Marvel's original and longest-running superhero team, centers on four young outsiders who teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical form in shocking ways. Their lives irrevocably upended, the team must learn to… Runtime: 100 min Release Date: 07 Aug 2015
Believe it or not it is truly a Fantastic Movie!. (by bostonwera)
Fantastic Four stylized as Fant4stic is a 2015 superhero film based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name. It is the third theatrical Fantastic Four film to be distributed by 20th Century Fox, and a reboot of the Fantastic Four film franchise.Friends Reed Richards Miles Teller and Ben Grimm Jamie Bell have worked together on a prototype teleporter since their childhood, eventually attracting the attention of Professor Franklin Storm Reg E. Cathey , director of the Baxter Foundation, a government-sponsored research institute for young prodigies. Reed is recruited to join <more>
them and aid Storm's children, scientist Sue Storm Kate Mara and technician Johnny Storm Michael B. Jordan , into completing a "Quantum Gate" designed by Storm's wayward protégé, Victor von Doom Toby Kebbell , who begrudgingly agrees to help due to his unrequited feelings for Sue.The experiment is successful, and the facility's supervisor, Dr. Allen Tim Blake Nelson , assembles a group of astronauts to venture into a parallel dimension known as "Planet Zero". Disappointed at being denied the chance to join the expedition, Reed, Johnny, and Victor recruit Ben to help them commandeer the Quantum Gate and embark on an unsanctioned voyage to Planet Zero, which they learn is a world filled with otherworldly substances. Victor attempts to collect a sample of the substances, causing the entire structure they are in to collapse and the ground to erupt with a green lava-like substance. Reed, Johnny, and Ben return to their shuttle just as Sue brings them back to Earth. Victor is left behind after he falls into the collapsing landscape. The machine explodes, altering Reed, Sue, Johnny, and Ben on a molecular-genetic level, affording them super-human conditions and abilities beyond their control: Reed can stretch like rubber, Sue can become invisible and generate force fields of energy, Johnny can engulf his entire body in flames and fly, and Ben becomes bigger and develops a rocklike hide which gives him enhanced strength and durability. They are then placed in government custody and confinement to be studied and have their conditions and abilities tested. Blaming himself for the accident, Reed escapes the facility and becomes a fugitive while desperately trying to find a cure.One year later, Reed is located in Central America by Sue and captured by Ben, who has become a military asset along with Johnny and Sue. Johnny and Sue have been outfitted with specialized suits, one of which Reed later receives, designed to keep up with their conditions and abilities and to help them stabilize, control, and contain their abilities. Reed is brought to Area 57, where Dr. Allen conscripts him to open another portal to Planet Zero in exchange for giving Reed the necessary resources to find a cure. Arriving in Planet Zero, Dr. Allen's explorers find Victor, who has been fused to his spacesuit and can now control the elements, as well as having telekinetic abilities, and bring him back to Earth. Driven insane by the experience and believing the human race needs to be destroyed so he can rebuild Planet Zero in his image, Victor escapes, killing scientists and soldiers in the base including Dr. Allen and Professor Storm. Victor returns to Planet Zero using the Quantum Gate, with Ben, Johnny, Reed, and Sue in pursuit.Now dubbing himself "Doom", he activates a portal on Planet Zero using a structure he made while in the realm, that begins consuming the landscape of the Earth. He is confronted by the four and, after a destructive battle, Ben punches Doom into the portal's energy beam, disintegrating him, while Johnny closes the portal. Returning to Earth, the group is rewarded for their heroics by being given a new base of operations by the United States military. They decide to use their powers to help people and adopt the mantle of the "Fantastic Four".Fantastic Four is really a great must see movie for all audience.
Loses itself halfway, but still better than the critics would like you to think. (by jubaloyola)
Don't get me wrong: this movie is not a masterpiece in anyway. In fact, I must start this review by saying that I do not actually believe this movie is deserving of a ten star rating -- If I were being fully honest, it'd be more deserving of a 6. I'm just giving it that because it most definitely deserves more than its current 4.2, and because I know its score would be a lot higher if the exact same film had been produced by Marvel studios.You see, the odds were always against this movie. The Fantastic Four is not an easy team to adapt to the screen; angry fan boys seem desperate <more>
to hate on Fox's every move; Michael B. Jordan's casting as Johnny Storm resulted in a disgusting wave of racist comments disguised as worry for the source material; Josh Trank was inexperienced and had never been involved in a movie this big. And all this negativity surrounding it, I believe, were the movie's biggest downfall. And I'm saying this because the bad parts of this movie generally weren't the cast, the tone or anything related to pre- production. The movie's idea and premise is great. For the most part more on that later , the screenplay is good enough. The cast is excellent. What made this movie fail was how the studio seemingly gave up on it somewhere halfway through post-production.But let's start from the beginning -- the first half of this movie is great. Now, before you yell "bullsh*t" and scroll past this review, allow me to explain myself: this was never meant to be an action flick. It's a sci-fi thriller with coming of age elements. And as that, it works well. It doesn't have fight scenes and too much CGI because that is not the point. The movie is an origin story, presenting these characters as real people and establishing the universe they live in. The entire movie should have been like this, and its biggest mistake was to introduce unnecessary conflict in its second half. It would've worked just fine as a movie establishing the team, showing how they got their powers and how they got to be so close. The acting is great, with a special shout out to Jamie Bell Ben Grimm and Michael B. Jordan Johnny Storm who had less to work with but still managed to do a fine job with their characters. I was concerned about how they would manage to make Ben Grimm's emotions and suffering believable when he is in rock form, but that is a non-issue with the superb Bell. As for B. Jordan, he seems to really understand Johnny and adds some depth to what could have been a shallow character. As a fan of the Fantastic Four comic books, I also appreciated the many nods to the Ultimate storyline that the first half of the movie presents. A few scenes seem to have been taken directly from the first issues, and it's pleasant to see as a fan. Their dynamics are also good in the first moment, with Reed Richards and Ben Grimm's lifelong friendship being a particular highlight. Grimm is presented as Richards' protector, but instead of going down a much more obvious route with him fighting bullies away from Reed and standing up for him at any moment, they chose to present their relationship in a much more natural and subtle light, with Ben being almost like the proud parent Reed never had. It's sweet and well-written, never giving too much information away.The elements of body horror were, without a doubt, one of the strongest parts of the film. Had it focused more on that, it would've been better. The scene where we first see Ben Grimm's new physical form is absolutely heartbreaking, and Reed's powers' reveal is just as disturbing. Unfortunately, it is here where my compliments to this movie end.You can pinpoint the exact moment the movie begins its downward spiral towards chaos. The addition of conflict made it all seem very rushed and forced in comparison to the nice and evenly paced first half. From that point on, the CGI is suddenly terrible and the screenwriters seemingly forget how to make a proper screenplay. Dialogues are extremely cheesy and just downright terrible. You can see the re-shoots very clearly and it's extremely rushed. It all could – and should – have been about 10 or 20 minutes longer, and because they deal with the threat so quickly we don't even have the time to find Doom to be that threatening at all. As for the action sequence there's no way to sugarcoat this. It sucks. It shouldn't have been there in the first place. It doesn't fit the rest of the movie thematically and ruins what could have been an otherwise excellent villain for a sequel. All in all, it looks like the SFX team simply threw the towel and the editor stopped caring altogether and not even the young cast's talent manages to save the movie from its final act.Basically, what I'm saying is that this movie looks like two different movies that were forcibly turned into one. The first one is a good sci-fi character study and origin story that offers a fresh take on this otherwise unoriginal genre that has become comic book movies; the second one is, simply put, a train wreck with some of the worst SFX in recent memory and bad dialogue. It's sad to see the transition from one to another, and as the credits begin rolling, you can't help but imagine how the movie could have played out if they hadn't forced that second half in.
This contemporary re-imagining of the Fantastic Four should be a box-office hit and a critical success because it is a 'fantastic' movie. The chemistry in this film was great between Miles Teller and Kate Mara. Michael B Jordan played a great Johnny Storm and once you see this movie you'll love him. Jamie Bell was a good Ben Grimm although a tad sidelined he was great and his change to The Thing is phenomenal. One character that particularly stood out to me as a standout was Toby Kebbell as Doctor Doom. I loved his egotistical portrayal as one of my favourite comic book villains. <more>
The visuals in this are outstanding and I love the way each of their powers are shown in this film. The epic showdown leaves you wanting more and it was amazing to see all of the Fantastic Four take down their powerful enemy Doom. The background score is great. Josh Trank made a great film and I really do suggest that you go to the cinema watch this film and enjoy it.
Possible spoilers ahead. This is how an origin story should be. I will not get into details but origin stories are supposed to be less about the action and more about how these people came together, which is what this movie showed. The action is for sequels. I think the actors did great and even though I love the MCU, I think FOX is going in the right direction with the X-Men films and now the Fantastic Four is on the right track. The previous 2 entries were just horrible, and this film makes those awful memories go away. I really hope they make a sequel with the same actors because I will <more>
definitely go see it. Plus, The Thing actually looked awesome instead of a guy in a rubber suit who was still the same size as the people next to him
I'm going to have to swim against the tide of negative reviews. I was completely entertained by this movie, enjoying it just as much as I did The Avengers, Thor, and Captain America: the Winter Soldier. There were funny moments where I, and the audience with me, laughed out loud. I was invested in the characters and understood what motivated each of them. I had no problem following the plot, and had no problem with the pacing.I'm s die-hard fan of the original FF series as created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Yes, I wanted Sue, Reed, Ben, and Johnny to fly into space and be exposed to <more>
cosmic rays, but I accepted their gaining powers through inter-dimensional travel. Yes, I would have preferred casting Reed Richards as a middle-aged, brilliant, respected scientist, but at least the young Reed in this movie is a better depiction than the nerdy, incompetent goof-ball presented in the Tim Story versions. I liked that Sue made better use of her powers here than in the previous versions, I liked this depiction of Doom more than the Tim Story version, I loved the depiction of the Thing, and while I would have preferred Johnny as the teen-aged white guy Stan Lee and Jack Kirby gave us, I very much enjoyed Michael B. Jordan in the role. The actors did a great job here.I do wish the movie had been maybe 15 minutes longer, both to give us more of the battle between Doom and the FF and to give us more interplay between Sue, Johnny, Ben and Reed. But the battle scenes we get here are as exciting as those in any other superhero movie, and I walked out of the theater feeling satisfied. This is an origin story, and it does exactly what an origin story should do: set the stage for future stories. And while it may be unlikely given the drubbing this movie has taken, I would like to see a sequel with this version of these characters.
A fresh remake of a familiar story,Fantastic Four hits the feel of the Ultimate Fantastic Four comics and treats the content seriously,unlike the 2005 version. The characters are given more of a human feel,with similar but complex emotions as opposed to the 'sci-fi geek' stereotype rampant within the genre. Sue,Reed and Johnny are all highly intelligent students at the Baxter Building ,a think tank / school for scientifically gifted young adults. They embark on a quest to discover a new world which of course ,goes awry.This film gives the series a more professional tone to the <more>
characters and avoids what the first Fox films failed at. This 2015 film treats the characters in a realistic light,making Sue a respected ,intelligent and caring person,Johnny is reckless but dedicated when a goal is before him, and Ben Grimm reacts to his changes in a much more morose manner. Reed Richards is a wide eyed kid amazed by discovering he is not alone and there are other intellects like his.A good remake that takes a different take to the superhero film genre.
I liked it, but I can see why others didn't (by equazcion)
Fantastic Four is not your average superhero movie by today's standards. It's dark, low-key, and unexpected. I almost passed on watching this, since everyone seemed to have hated it. I'm glad I gave it a shot anyway.I'd like to borrow a quote from another reviewer here that expresses quite accurately why this movie didn't do well even though the review was intended to be negative :"Fantastic Four is a film very much out of time and place in today's market of superhero movies. Ten or fifteen years ago a studio might have been able to get away with it but not <more>
today. Audiences like to be entertained and with the competition offering much more excitement, I don't see audiences taking to this, at all."That about sums it up. Superhero audiences were expecting something similar to recent superhero offerings, and they didn't get it. For myself, being generally not terribly impressed with most recent superhero movies, I had a somewhat different reaction. There have been a couple standouts, like Batman Begins and Iron Man, but on the whole most seem like forgettable, disposable eye candy. If taken as a standalone flick, independent of any expectation, this is a decent movie. It's for the most part well-paced, well-acted, the effects are convincing without being overdone, and it's even well-written, for the most part. What it is not, is "big". And people were expecting big, of course. Rather than its characters shown becoming celebrities with the world watching, the press eating them up, and displaying spectacles for the public that destroy city property, these kids spin a rather "small" tale that occurs primarily in secret.I give this a seven out of ten, but threw in an extra star to offset just a little bit the unfair slap this movie got due to viewer tastes being, I feel, ruined by bloated Hollywood treatment of recent superhero adaptations.
I'm a little flabbergasted by the amount of chagrin this film has engendered. Going in I was expecting an unmitigated disaster comparable to "The Happening" but instead I got one of the most interesting Marvel movies released so far.This a genuinely daring reboot, a film willing to explore the horror of having your body irreparably altered due to a terrible mistake. Pain and guilt and the reconciliation of these emotions are at the heart of this film and it's not often you can say that about a comic book adaptation.After building what he thinks is a teleporter wunderkind <more>
Reed Richards is swiftly enlisted into the Baxter Institute by Dr. Franklin Storm after they meet at a science fair. Storm explains he has actually forged an inter-dimensional transporter and together with Storm's children, Sue and Johnny, and irascible former employee Victor they build a device that can facilitate the transportation of living matter to the new dimension.During a drunken celebration of their achievement Victor slyly inveigles Reed and Johnny into joining him as the first human party to explore the new world. Reed calls on his old friend Ben who has supported him since they were children and together they venture forth into a planet that resembles a nascent Earth. Victor is entranced by an energy pocket and places his hand inside causing tectonic activity and eruptions. Sue realises what they are up to just in time to save them but she is caught in an explosion when they return.What follows is a completely different take on the acquisition of "powers" than any ever before portrayed in the Marvel Universe. The doleful depiction of Ben "The Thing" is both poignant and resonant. Reed's guilt, Sue's paranoia and Johnny's eagerness to "become" a weapon are equally jarring.This is not a flawless film but it is memorable, no more so when Victor returns as a villain of pure monomaniacal malice. Modern cinema needs people like Josh Trank. I pray this won't be his last shot at big-budget movie-making.
Not Nearly As Bad As They Would Have You Believe (by GroggyLane)
OK, what is the conspiracy here? After all the bad reviews and negative buzz, I really had little intention of seeing this film. However, I found myself with nothing else to do this afternoon and my curiosity got the better of me. I had to see just how bad it could really be? The answer.. Not bad at all! In fact, I liked it! I liked it a lot! I'm not saying it's the greatest movie I've ever seen or anything, but it was really pretty good. I'm excited that they have decided to go through with the sequel. I won't let negative reviews turn me away next time. Maybe it was <more>
because I went in with such low expectations, or maybe, just maybe it really is a pretty good film after all. Which leads me to my conspiracy theory. I'm usually not real big on such things. I'm mostly an I'll believe it when I see it type of guy. But in this case I've seen it. So why all the bad reviews and negative press on an otherwise competent film? Is Disney trying to pressure Fox into selling back the rights? By hook or crook? I have to believe... maybe! I just don't see any other explanation. I was sitting there waiting for the thing to fall apart as the reviews had said it would, but it never did. It stayed fairly solid all the way through. The cast was good. The story was good. The effects were good. The script was OK. Even the editing was effective. In conclusion, I would suggest people actually see this film before believing what the press has to say. I think you will be glad you did.