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NEW Fantastic Four - Fantastic Four (Blu-ray)

3.6 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Twentieth Century Fox
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000ICLRIO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #72,147 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Fantastic Four ~ Fantastic Four

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Format: DVD
Fox just doesn't know how to make a good super-hero film, they really don't. The Lee/Kirby comic was original, quirky, exciting, and imaginative. This movie is none of those things. While still better than the most recent reboot attempt (what isn't better?), this film comes across as more of a cheaply produced television movie pilot than a big budget feature film. And talk about plot holes? Not a minute of this movie goes by without some glaring error in logic cropping up. How can Sue taking off her clothes and turning invisible possibly get them all through a crowd? How can the heat-seeking rocket launcher Doom steals recognize Johnny Storm by name in its sights? If Reed can make a device to simulate a cosmic storm why did they have to go up into space in the first place? If you turn your IQ way down maybe you can have a few laughs, but after two viewings you'll find you just can't enjoy this film very much--it's stupidity is just too annoying.

The casting is off, as well. Johnny and Ben are the best of the lot but the Torch is too "teen comedy film" and the rubber-suited Thing little resembles his comic book counterpart in heft or in suffering. Reed and Sue are the worst, with the former being less of a leader than he should be and too dorky, while the latter ... I don't know what it is about Jessica Alba. She's a decent actress, I suppose, but there's something artificial about her that she sucks the believability out of her performances. And Doctor Doom ... his origin, his powers, his character ... all wrong. Considering that this is the guy who inspired the creation of Darth Vader, why does Doom seem like the pale rip-off here?

All in all, there is nothing "fantastic" about this foursome.
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3.5 out of 5

Five people are endowed with superpowers after an accident on a space station. Four become a force for good. One becomes a force for evil. That’s pretty much it.

This is a fun movie and I liked it. It had a solid origin story, some good action, and pretty good SFX. Each character was clearly defined, even stereotypical, but that’s the Fantastic Four for you.

A lot of people griped on this movie. It was not bad. Wasn’t as “cosmic” or over-the-top as I would’ve liked, but it wasn’t a bad flick by any means. It was a great translation of comic book to screen and carried that vibe with it from beginning to end.

The invisibility effects of the Invisible Woman (Jessica Alba) were awesome, a sweet combination of complete I-can’t-see-you-at-all invisibility with the glass-like, transparent humanoid figure so we can see her enough to know what she’s doing.

The Human Torch (Chris Evans) looked like a man on fire, which he is, but animated enough so we can make out his actions, his costume, facial expressions and anything else we needed to in a given scene.

Mr. Fantastic (Ioan Gruffudd): at some points he looked like a real-life stretchy dude, at others the CGI was very clear (i.e. that scene when he stretches his hand under the door to unlock it from the outside).

The Thing (Michael Chiklis), arguably the hardest costume because you didn’t want to run the risk of making him look like a cartoon character by going all CGI (as good as the Hulk looks even in The Avengers, there’s still an animated quality to it), but you also didn’t want bad prosthetics either. The Thing in this movie looked amazing and looked real. Well done.

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It's missing some parts of scenes! For any fan of the movie, you'll notice some scenes are only partially there.
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By Simon Bergeron TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Jan. 21 2014
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The original cut was far inferior in terms of story (an irony since the director's name is Story...) so this extended edition (not available on Blu-ray yet, we're in 2014) features close to 20-30 minutes more of action, character moments and such. This doesn't make it a great movie by any stretch of the imagination, but it does make for an okay one. At least it was better than the original cut.

All special features presented on disc 2 are NOT available on blu-ray either so if you contemplate buying the blu, and if special features are really your bag, then this edition may be the best bet.
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The movie was ok, but What impressed me most was the service. I believe I purchased a used product, but it was shipped to me in "like new" condition, cellophane wrapped and everything. Excellent condition. It did take a little longer than previous products, but it was worth the wait. Thank you!!
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Ive bought this because it show the pocket as bilangual French and English and its English and Spanish.
I cant return it because it's already open and it would cost me more than the price it cost me.

Really disappointed
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I bought it because it was supposed to be bilingual(English/French), but this film is in English/Spanish and not dubbed into any other language. And sound track English 5.1 DTS
does not work, just the 2.0 Dolby digital.
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Yeah, THIS is the version to buy. The normal theatrical version makes a whole lot more sense when cut this way. One of my favourite movies!
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