Johnny Storm was not a black man. It had potential and it looked like it could go somewhere, especially considering how superhero movies nowadays have managed to flesh out their stories and make them very enjoyable. It all culminates in one of the most boring finales you will ever witness in a superhero movie. One of the reasons for that is the third thing, the writing. The characters are not as portrayed in Marvel.
The story is weak, the script is cringeworthy and the special effects are average at best. I appreciate that this is a reboot and therefore the filmmaker's are trying to put their own stamp on things presumably that explains why Johnny Storm is black in this film and also explains why their powers have been attained in a different manner to the original film. It gets very boring when things are meant to be exciting. When watching this it felt like I was watching a science documentary with all its wordy geeky exposition rather than what should be a fun comic book type movie. Synopsis Reed Richards, a brilliant but timid and bankrupt scientist, is convinced that evolution can be triggered by clouds of cosmic energy, and has calculated that Earth is going to pass one of these clouds soon. There are so many big, obvious things wrong with this movie. Their lives irrevocably upended, the team must learn to harness their daunting new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy.
Jordan , to to finish what he started in his younger years. Recruited by Professor Franklin Storm Reg E. I am a filmmaker, though. That's a big thing that killed this film, was the lack of teamwork. Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. The writing isn't good - the film's climactic conflict feels backed up into the end of the movie, because there wasn't enough time to set it up.
The original film was only six minutes longer. Compared to what else you see happen in other superhero movies these days, it all looks and feels amateur. The jokes are laughable except there not and just about all the interaction between characters feels forced and inauthentic. Von Doom agrees in exchange for control over the experiment and a majority of the profits from whatever benefits it brings. But the film's in shambles. Johnny Storm Kate Mara :.
If you know what happened to The Amazing Spider-Man series, you may know what could very well happen here. As a villain Von Doom isn't particularly well-developed here and I felt his motivations for world-domination were a little sketchy here - I criticised Von Doom's motivations in the original film, but compared to his motivations here they now seem more plausible in retrospect. Victor has also suffered a physical transformation, but he has become much stronger and more powerful than his former friends and the Fantastic Four find that they must work together to try to stop him from carrying out his evil plans. There were multiple opportunities throughout the film to showcase their powers, especially in the scene with Reed Richards and Ben Grimm, but instead, all we are left with is crappy one-liners. For the record, the first two Fantastic Four movies had around the same running time.
The running time really is a problem. No make-up, costume or anything - just a giant, naked rock monster. The astronauts make it home intact; however, before long they begin to mutate, developing strange and amazing powers as a result of their exposure to the cloud! If you have any legal issues please contact the appropriate media file owners or host sites. So by now you get the idea. This film is currently a box office catastrophe. The ending is also poor and lacks any kind of intensity and tension and has the Fantastic Four doing 'the obvious' to wrap the film up.
When they finally crack inter-dimensional travel, Reed invites his childhood friend Ben Grimm Jamie Bell to travel to another world along with him and his team. You hope and feel it will go somewhere, but in its hour and a half running time, it feels so empty. There isn't much that's fantastic about Fantastic Four. Despite a fairly promising beginning though this reboot completely fails to bring about a lot of the magic that we witnessed in the 2005 version of this film. This film is rushed beyond belief and its plot is nonsensical.
Reed Richards Miles Teller is a brilliant young scientist on the verge of discovering how to both transport matter to another dimension and bring it back. This movie shouldn't have been afraid to be longer or the studio should've let it be that way - it could have done that and been so much better. Fantastic, able to stretch and twist his body at will, while pal Ben Grimm gains immense strength as the Thing. It had a similar running time, but not the same task, as it wasn't a reboot. I reminded myself of X-Men. Sorry but this movie misses the mark big time.