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Four young outsiders teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe which alters their physical form in shocking ways. The four must learn to harness their new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy.
The nerd teenager Reed Richards has been researching teleport since he was a kid, helped by his best friend Ben Grimm.. During a high-school scientific fair, he is invited by Dr. Franklin Storm to join his research team in his institute in New York. Reed teams up with Dr. Storm's son and daughter Johnny Storm and Susan "Sue" Storm and the outcast Victor Von Doom and they succeed to send a monkey to another dimension. Soon they learn that the institute has an agreement with NASA to send astronauts to the other universe. However they decide to go by themselves to be the first humans to reach the place. However there is an accident and they are all affected by the power in the planet. Further, they achieve super-powers, but Victor is left behind. What will happen to the researchers?
As much as there was a huge amount of hype around Batman v Superman, it wasn't too long ago that Fantastic Four was supposed to be the next giant franchise for 20th Century Fox. They got a supposedly visionary director in Josh Trank and Miles Teller and Michael B. Jordan were up and coming stars so there was a lot of promise there. But in the months leading up to the release, reports started coming out. Supposedly the studio and Trank couldn't agree on anything, that they had to do massive re-shoots and that Trank buckled under the pressure. Even with all the seething hatred the movie was getting, if it was good, I would say so. But it wasn't and I hate to say it but it probably has set the bar for failure when it comes to big budget comic book adaptations.<br/><br/>*Minor Spoilers Ahead* We begin the movie with young Reed Richards talking to his elementary school class about the teleporter he plans to build. He's made fun of by his teacher and his peers. We then meet young Ben Grimm who lives with his large lower class family. They own a junk yard and Ben catches Reed scavenging for parts. Instead of getting him in trouble, Reed brings his device to Ben's basement to try to show him what he's working on (the teleporter). Reed decides to test it and they end up blacking out the power of their entire neighbourhood.<br/><br/>We then flash ahead to when Reed (Miles Teller) and Ben (Jamie Bell) are in high school. They have done a project for the science fair on their invention (which they have been working on ever since). There are a couple of surprise visitors Dr. Franklin Storm (Reg E. Cathey) and his adopted daughter Sue Storm (Kate Mara). Reed fires up the device and it seems to work until the built up energy destroys part of the gym. Reed and Ben are disqualified but Franklin is impressed and invites Reed to join him at his facility for young prodigies (the Baxter Foundation) as they have been working on something similar for years. Reed is reluctant to leave Ben behind but Ben encourages Reed to go, he was always meant for bigger things. In that spirit Reed leaves and quickly adapts to his new surroundings, helping bring new insight to the project.<br/><br/>With movies that I don't end up liking I try to start with the positives. In both of the Tim Story Fantastic Four movies, the biggest focus was on the budding relationship between Reed and Sue. I liked that this movie took a different approach, it's more about the friendship between Ben and Reed (it's a good thing too because Teller and Mara are pretty awkward in their scenes alone together but I digress). I thought a couple of the actors were good, my favourite performance actually was Reg E. Cathey but it's largely wasted by the material. There was also one scene I really liked. When Fantastic Four come back from Planet Zero and they have "accidentally" discovered their powers, they cannot control them and they are in agony. I thought that bit was really well done, it was almost like a horror movie and you sympathize with them and Dr. Storm, he's having to watch his kids suffer. Unfortunately, I thought it might turn the movie around but just as they're getting deeper into that, the movie flashes forward and cuts off the momentum.<br/><br/>So getting into what didn't work, people talk about Batman v Superman not having any levity or lacking a required amount of fun. I had those complaints too but man is this movie so much worse for those exact same reasons. There are jokes but they are so awkward and poorly done it's embarrassing. The actors have so little chemistry together and because of that the emotional beats outside of that one scene don't sell at all. Character motivations go by the wayside minus Reed trying to take care of Ben (Doom went from more of a disgruntled youth to a mass murderer pretty quickly and on a slightly off topic point, why couldn't they have just transported him back to Planet Zero? What's the downside? Maybe he wouldn't have tried to destroy the world) and the characters make really bad decisions (even though we're on an undiscovered planet and we have no idea how the environment will react to us being there but let's go touch that mysterious glowing green goop). I just found it sad that a movie with so much work put into it could be so fundamentally flawed.<br/><br/>I could have tried to look past all that if the movie had offered a payoff at the ending. There's very little action in Fantastic Four, which was disappointing but it's a stylistic choice that I could have understood. But at the end, the Fantastic Four are only an actual team for the last 20 minutes. The ending battle is just plain unimpressive too. The CGI was okay but you would have thought they would have come up with some cool ways to use the heroes' powers and integrate those in but they just don't. Not every superhero movie needs a big action finale but the movie kept teasing you that it was coming and then it just fizzled, I was so let down.<br/><br/>I have seen worse films, I just want to make that clear. Even though I've never read the comic, there is a reason these characters are so iconic and I think the movie just missed the boat on why people enjoy this material. I'm glad they scrapped the plans for the sequel, I don't see how they could have recovered it. For all the complaining around some big superhero movies that are mixed bags, this doesn't even hit that level, it's a complete misfire.
For the first half of the movie nothing really happens, then the four get their powers and Doom gets lost in the other dimension, then still nothing happens, then Doom casually kills everybody on the base, then there's the final showdown, and the movie ends. Rather boring, and I say that it really misses the point of a superhero movie.
Fantastic Four is so bereft of all the things we expect from a superhero movie — humor, excitement, adventure, awe — that it plays like a drawn-out pilot episode for an upcoming TV series no one would ever watch again.