Fantastic Four

4 times the action. 4 times the adventure. 4 times the fantastic.
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DVD Features:

  • Released: April 3, 2018
  • Originally Released: 2005
  • Label: 20Th Century Fox
  • Encoding: Region [unknown]

Entertainment Reviews:


Total Count: 212


User Ratings: 759,134
A garish mediocrity.
AV Club
Sep 26, 2005
Marvel Comics continues to empty out its stable of superheroes with this entertaining tale. Full Review
Chicago Reader
Apr 25, 2007
Rating: 3/5 -- The result is hardly fantastic, but it is quite a lot of fun. Full Review
Jul 19, 2005
A strictly-for-the-kiddies, enjoy-it-in-the-moment, forget-it-when-it's-over popcorn flick. What makes it such a disappointment is that "The World's Greatest Comics Magazine" deserved better. Full Review
Nov 2, 2018
Rating: 2/5 -- The kids will probably enjoy it, but you'll be left cold by its brash, blasé emptiness. Full Review
The List
Apr 25, 2019
Rating: 6/10 -- Lee and Kirby built Marvel Comics on the foundation of the FF and it's no stretch to say this franchise could still be going strong a decade later with a better opening act. Full Review
Lyles' Movie Files
Aug 3, 2015
Rating: 2/4 -- Aided by largely credible special effects, the four stars of Fantastic Four manage to make their movie worth seeing and give us reason to be optimistic for a more cohesive sequel. Full Review
Tulsa World
Feb 6, 2018

Product Description:

In this thrill-filled live-action Marvel Comics adaptation, director Tim Story (BARBERSHOP) balances comedy, romantic intrigue, special effects, high action, and even scientific trivia for a rounded FANTASTIC FOUR. Here, Mister Fantastic (Ioan Gruffudd), Invisible Woman (Jessica Alba), The Human Torch (Chris Evans), and The Thing (Michael Chiklis) come together on a space mission that goes wrong. The ship's owner (Julian McMahon)--who later transforms into evil Doctor Doom--refuses to abort the mission during a solar storm, which electrifies the ship and its entire crew, causing radical changes to their DNA. Back on earth, the transformed "heroes" adjust to their new powers, which are specific to their personalities. Mister Fantastic, who lacks assertion, has stretchy limbs of rubber. Invisible Woman, who loves Fantastic but thinks he can't see her for who she really is, does a disappearing act. The Human Torch, an immature guy who is brimming with energy, can burst into flames. And finally, The Thing, a great friend who is as solid as a rock, actually turns into one--and loses his wife due to his weighty disposition. Holing up in Fantastic's scientific lab where they run experiments on themselves in hopes of changing back to normal, the crew learns that Doctor Doom--who is so power hungry that he turns into metal and is able to conduct electrical currents--poses a serious threat. The heroes quickly master their abilities and channel their scientific smarts for one truly fantastic five-way face-off.

Visually, action sequences give way to tranquil interludes such as the New York City skyline with the Fantastics' lab glowing atop a skyscraper, while plot-wise, the interplay between the characters brings a human element to the film, with some touching moments from The Thing. At the end, a door is left open for what could be a super sequel.


Production Notes:

  • Theatrical Release: July 8, 2005

Product Info

  • Sales Rank: 17,929
  • UPC: 024543519140
  • Shipping Weight: 0.18/lbs (approx)
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