• Jason Darby

    ★½ Added by Jason Darby

    Believe it or not, this is a difficult film to judge. In almost every respect it is superior to the original film, yet it's still so wholly unremarkable that it makes me wonder if I scored the original film to high, or am simply missing the boat on this one.

    Rise of the Silver Surfer improves on several aspects of the less than fantastic original. The visual effects are better, the story is better, the characters are a bit more…


  • Luke Grima

    ★★ Watched by Luke Grima 09 Feb, 2015

    No depth, cheesy acting and terrible effects.


  • Kyle Krieghbaum

    ★★ Added by Kyle Krieghbaum

    My god, this movie feels even more kiddie than the original, especially with its PG rating. That being said, I think it's a slightly better movie than the first one, with improved visuals and the addition of the Silver Surfer, who was awesome. Beside those reasons, it's the exact same movie as the first, with dumb dialogue, terrible acting, and clunky direction.

    Grade: C-


  • Arie

    ★★★★ Watched by Arie 02 Feb, 2015

    Watched part 2 of fantastic four. Like the other movie, i didn’t see this movie. I liked this movie also, the main actors played good. The chemestry between the main caracters were better than part 1.

    The special effects were good, and the story line was also not that bad. My favorite caracter was The Thing. Michael Chiklis is very funny in this role. Also Chris Evans (Human Torch), Jessica Alba (invisible Woman), Ioan Gruffudd (Mr. Fantastic) and Julian McMahon…



    Added by JIM CARREY

    this movie is so bad. if jim carrey was in it it would be da bomb


  • Turner Lobey

    ★½ Watched by Turner Lobey 31 Jan, 2015

    FF2 has some of the most blatant and shameless product placement I've ever seen. But hey, maybe Johnny Storm is right and I just hate capitalism.


  • Rodney Terrell

    Rewatched by Rodney Terrell 31 Jan, 2015 2

    There are some parts of this film that I think belong in a good Fantastic Four movie, the Human Torch chasing the Silver Surfer and the end action set piece are pretty good. Again this movie is riddled with forced humor that does not work unless maybe you are a little kid. Galactus does not need to be a giant cloud but what are you gonna do. I like the Surfer here but he is kind of underused. Dr. Doom…


  • Luke McGowan

    ★★ Added by Luke McGowan

    The premise is completely hideous, but little more can be expected from the source material.


  • Martin Cross

    ★★★ Rewatched by Martin Cross 16 Jan, 2015

    "Did you know I can create a force field inside someone's body and expand it until they explode?" Susan Storm.

    The above needs to be used in the Josh Trank remake. That would be a cool scene.


  • Cinematic Justice

    ★★ Watched by Cinematic Justice 11 May, 2008

    Came off like the direct-to-video sequel to a more successful movie, except the first Fantastic Four wasn't anything to write home about either. There were a lot of annoying, repetitive elements that they obviously thought were funny and... weren't. Not even the coolness factor of Silver Surfer could overcome the basic flaws of the script. Basically the only watchable part of this movie is that early chase scene with The Human Torch and Silver Surfer, and basically the entire chase is in one of the trailers so just watch that and call it a day.


  • Frankco Lamerikx

    ½ Rewatched by Frankco Lamerikx 14 Jan, 2015

    It's really hard to watch a movie when it is so obvious that no one involved in its production took it seriously. It seems that the flaws of the first Fantastic Four film even got enlarged here. The characters look even more plastic, most notably Jessica Alba who really looks like a barbie doll, the jokes are only funny to a 7 year old, and the CGI is just awful. The Silver Surfer in particular looks like total crap, good…


  • J. Nye

    ★★½ Added by J. Nye

    Not great by any means (the film never really reaches any of the goals it sets up for itself, and the "Silver Surfer" is maybe the blandest character to ever get his own movie title), but still pretty appealing as a more laid-back example of a superhero film before the genre went on to dominate Hollywood and life as we know it. It's probably fair to credit Tim Story for trying to bring a goofy approach to these tropes long…