Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer

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Rated: PG

Running Time: 92 Minutes

Year: 2007

Boobs: Zero

One Setence: Rise of some crap!

Well the streak had to end.  The movies just kept on coming and they were for the most part solid.  Spider-Man 3 threw us for a wobbly, but we were still doing ok, nothing that really was horrible.  Nothing until The Silver Surfer came to lead Galaticus to eat our planet.  You know the classic story line from the original Fantastic Four.  Well I don't either, since I don't read comics.  However the nerds are up in arms over this one too from what I have seen.  So not only is it a tragically bad movie, it also pissed off the nerds.   

Where to begin.  Script, crap.  Acting, HORRIBLE like really bad.  Movie, short.  Cheesy factor, so very high.  In the comics, The Silver Surfer is a badass, like really really strong, and his boss Galaticus, is even more of a badass.  It could of been so awesome, so very awesome. Instead is was so very suck.  The story line was thin and short and not fleshed out at all.  We know nothing about The Surfer, or his boss, and we never get to find out, it is just suddenly the bad time and then the movie ends.  We could of had a very cool story here, and I think this movie could have been good, flesh out these characters and add 30 minutes.  Instead they cranked out a script, threw some CG at it, and put it up on screen for us to spend over 50 million in ticket sales this weekend.  

If you all keep paying money for these movies they are gonna keep making them.   I know I paid for the movie too, but eventually I will get on the list and not have to pay anymore, what will your excuse be then?  

The CG was not enough to save this movie from the horrible everything.  It was almost like the bad guy Galaticus.  OH NO THE RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER IS COMING RUN!!!!!  THE REVIEWER WILL SAVE YOU!  PRESS STOP ON YOUR DVD PLAYER AND THROW THE DVD OUT THE WINDOW!

2 Stars

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