There is, somehow, an interesting story here, as well as some good acting. There are also some good scenes
It really made me laugh, but for some moments I was tearing up because I could relate so much.
This it better then the first movie of the Fantastic four. This is a great movie. It has a great story line. It also has great acting. It is a great movie. See it. It is one of the best movies ever.
I'm just really disappointed in this movie. This movie just goes to show you that 20th Century Fox just does not even care about the Fantastic Four franchise at all. I mean, the first film was kind of mediocre in my opinion, but the 2015 remake was just crap from the beginning. However, Rise of the Silver Surfer was a huge letdown from Dr. Doom getting his face back, to the final showdown and with the big reveal of "G.I.N.O" (Galactus In Name Only). Seriously, Tim Story, Fox....you have failed this franchise with this installment. And I really wish that Marvel should just buy the rights back so that they can actually make the characters more interesting to watch when they are interacting with the Avengers and other superheros and vigilantes like Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones and Cloak and Dagger.Overall, I seriously do not recommend this movie to anyone at all. If you want a real "Fantastic Four" movie, go watch the Incredibles, instead. Or check out the 1994 version of the Fantastic Four movie. But, stay away from this movie. It's a waste of your time.
I saw this movie at a friend's house last December via DVD. The action sequences turned out to be too cool for the movie. The acting performances turned out mediocre, but the Thing character seems to have a lot of praise. Chris Evans' performance was great for me. The computer generated effects seem okay. Some people hate this movie, but in my honest opinion, I liked it. I consider this the best Fantastic Four movie I have ever seen. This sequel is as cool as the 2005 predecessor, and way better than the reboot. The plot may have some problems but the writing for the movie is pretty decent. It wasn't that bad, but it was just fine for my interest in movies.
Garbage.But seriously, why even bother. I'm not so much angry with Hollywood as I am disappointed with the American movie-going public. Hollywood thinks we're gullible jackasses and they're right.Rise of the Silver Surfer is high in the running as absolute epitome of Hollywood complacency and mediocrity, in close competition with Eragon, Snakes on a Plane, and Meet the Spartans. There's something mystically worse about a film that's so profoundly mediocre as ROTSS as opposed to "so-brain-gratingly-bad-it's-good," as was the case with your Space Mutinies or your Manoses or your Three Men And A Babieses.How anyone can consider this crap entertaining enough to warrant even so much as a rental, hell, to even warrant 100 minutes of their life, is beyond my comprehension. After Kill Bill? After Die Hard? After X-Men? After Sin City? After 300? Are you serious? How much more obvious could it get that the director--hell, everybody involved, even Stan Lee himself--doesn't even care? Aren't you insulted? Do YOU care? I'm to the point that I no longer hate Hollywood for producing garbage of this ilk. I now am much more disappointed with you, the viewing public.Let me tell you something, straight up. If you don't care about finding that special something that, if not transcendent of mere entertainment is at LEAST crafted by people who give a damn, you don't love movies. You're a poser. Period. This unending deluge of Hollywood tripe is your fault, not theirs. Get out of my playground and stay out.So cast your no votes and pat yourself on the back. You'll have forgotten all about this little piece of disposable kitsch before you know it, but somewhere inside yourself, subconsciously, will remain the harsh truth. Get real or get lost.I exclude 0-15 year olds from this tongue lashing. Around 16 or so, you should have enough figured out to know better.