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Fantastic Four (2005)

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Four astronauts have their lives changed forever, when they end up being hit by a cloud of cosmic radiation and gain superpowers. Reed Richards now has the ability to stretch his body like elastic. Sue Storm is now the invisible woman. Johnny Storm becomes the human touch and Ben Grimm becomes the ';;;;Thing';;;;, a man made out of rock. Together, they use their unique powers to explore the strange aspects of the world, and to foil the evil plans of Doctor Doom.
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Cinema Crazed
Some comics just shouldn't be turned in to movies...
April 29, 2009
Time Out
Fantastic it most certainly ain't.
June 24, 2006
ComingSoon.net
Fantastic Four is actually very true to its source material - often literally so - but generally misses the spirit entirely.
March 22, 2011
MovieWeb
Fantastic Four is terribly miscast. It's poorly written, visually uninteresting, and worst of all, boring. The film drags considerably. There are huge gaps without any action and it brings the pacing to an unbearable crawl.
April 26, 2011
Urban Cinefile
The film is made in the internet equivalent of capital letters and its simplistic morality stands out on the big screen more so than on the small page.
October 18, 2008
ColeSmithey.com
Director Tim Story ("Barbershop") sets an uneven tempo for the embarrassingly clunky script by Michael France ("Hulk") and Mark Frost ("Storyville").
April 16, 2009
Ebert & Roeper
Bland performances throughout. And really, who wants to make Jessica Alba the invisible girl? What a bad idea. I want her to be visible at all times.
July 11, 2005
AV Club
A garish mediocrity.
September 26, 2005
Village Voice
Before the inevitable and surprisingly anticlimactic battle with Doom, we are treated to two extreme-sports demonstrations, several training montages, [and] an ill-advised love triangle.
July 12, 2005