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Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer (The Power Cosmic Edition)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Another decent, but not great, comic book movie Nov. 17 2007
Rise of the silver surfer, like the first movie, is good, fun entertainment that doesn't overstay its welcome. I appreciate when people can still make a good movie in 90 miutes rather than stretching things out aimlessly. Jessica Alba is as gorgeous as ever, the other 3 are all likeable and the Silver Surfer is a sight to behold, a truly impressive sfx creation. At the end of the day however, this is not a great movie, but merely a decent one. Definitely worth a rental.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Silver Surfer comes to Earth Sept. 27 2007
By Jenny J.J.I. TOP 500 REVIEWER
This movie has a little bit of everything, The action sequences and SFX are above par, there is enough cheese to keep you smiling .What I like about the movie is that characters and the world around them are comfortable with our hero's powers and responsibilities, which helps give the movie a genuine comic book feel. Even as the characters themselves are vulnerable enough to make them human. You get the feeling that the director (Tim Story) and writers (Frost and Payne) wanted to make a superhero movie, and were prepared to sacrifice the self-indulgence that has marred the Spiderman Trilogy and the turgid morality teachings of the X-men series.

The characters aren't without their charm least of all Ioan Gruffudd who leads nicely from the front as Reed Richards, Jessica Alba illuminates the screen with her blend of beauty and strength as Sue Storm. Chiklis and Evans support admirably as The Thing and Human Torch respectively. The smartest touch was the return of Julian McMahon as the malevolent and diabolical Dr Doom who adds the much needed element of treachery to the movie. The Silver Surfer is the films finest work however, radiant with mystique, power and vulnerability. Tim Story does a great job of keeping the Silver Surfer's sense of martyrdom prevalent towards the end.
My only pet peeve is that the film is much too short and the Galactus dilemma. With all of the CGI at their fingertips, and this was the best they could do for Galactus? I think this will be the major sore spot for many fans. One can't help but feel slighted by the producers concept of Galactus. If, as I have heard from the rumor mill, that the makers of the film are planning to unveil Galactus in either the next Fantastic Four or the Silver Surfer spin-off, then I suppose I could partly forgive them.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By falcon TOP 1000 REVIEWER
well,at least it didn't suck.but it wasn't as good as the potential
hinted at.i guess it's maybe slightly better than the first one,but
barely.the story is interesting and has some merit,but the execution of
the film left me empty.the Silver Surfer is a pretty cool looking
character,but i wish the character had been developed more.Having
Laurence Fishburne voice the Surfer was a definite plus,as his voice
fit the character perfectly.no disrespect to Doug Jones,who physically
played the character.i'm mot sure i've heard Doug Jone's voice,so all i
can comment on is Fishburne.like the first one,this movie is too short
and seems rushed.it lacks the epic quality this type of movie should
have.another problem is the characters didn't really have to do much
more or different than they did in the first one.having said that,the
movie is entertaining,if not compelling.even with it's problems,i'd
give "Fantastic Four:Rise of the Silver Surfer" 3.5/5.as a final
word,if another installment or a possible Silver Surfer spin off,is
planned as rumored,one can only hope they pull out all the stops and
make whatever's next into what it really should be:an epic tale worthy
of its source material.otherwise,there's no point and they should stop
right now.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT, ONE OF THE YEAR'S BEST July 30 2007
By G_R_E_G
Rise of the Silver Surfer was simply a great movie.

The Plot:
When Reed Richrads/Mr. Fantstic (Ioan Gruffdd, King Arthur) and Sue Storm/Invisible Woman (Jessica Alba, Sin City) prepare for their wedding a creature from space know as the Silver Surfer (Doug Jones, Pan's Labrynth, and the vioce of Laurence Fishbure, Mission Impssoble III) comes to destroy Earth. The Surfer first comes in contact with Johnny Storm/The Human Torch (Chris Evans, Sunshine). This allows him to swich powers with other members of the team.They are also joined my the fourth member of the team, Ben Grimm/The Thing (Micheal Chiklis, TV's The Shield) who is now fully involved with his blind girlfriend Alisha Masters (Kerry Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Smith). But the Surfer isn't their only problem. The military is taking over the opperation the capture the Surfer. Also, their old enemy Victor Vondoom/Dr. Doom (Julian McMahon, TV's Nip/Tuck) who now has to work with them. The team must learn the secrets of the Silver Surfer in order to stop the powerful, evil being known as Galactus.

The visual effects are much better then the ones in the first movie (which were already great). Are members of the four gave great performences, and Laurrence Fishbourne was very good as the vioce of the Silver surfer. Being rated PG doesn't stop the movie from being great. My main problems were that is was too shor (only 90 mins.), and that there wasn't enough action (which was maily replaced by humor). Still, the is an exelent movie and is well worth your time and money.
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