The Fantastic Four meet their greatest challenge yet as the enigmatic, intergalactic herald, The Silver Surfer, comes to Earth to prepare it for destruction.
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
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The Fantastic Four meet their greatest challenge yet in FANTASTIC FOUR: RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER, as the enigmatic, intergalactic herald, The Silver Surfer, comes to Earth to prepare it for destruction. As he races around the globe wreaking havoc, Reed, Sue, Johnny and Ben must unravel the mystery before all hope is lost. FANTASTIC FOUR: RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER is the second installment of the live-action film series based on what fans around the globe know as “The World’s Greatest Comic Magazine." Fantastic Four, directed by Tim Story and released in the summer of 2005, had a worldwide theatrical gross of $330 million and became one of Twentieth Century Fox’s most successful DVD titles ever.
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2007-09-22 by Dana Stevens
An off-brand superhero movie, the cinematic equivalent of one of those generic breakfast cereals with a badly drawn squirrel for a mascot.
2007-06-23 by David Fear
The performances are plywooden, the cornball visual gags are groanworthy, and Tim Story still can't direct his way out a sack with a map.
Ebert & Roeper
2007-06-18 by Richard Roeper
It's funnier and splashier than the original, but I still can't quite recommend it.
2007-06-18 by J. R. Jones
The first movie's genesis story was more fun than the perfunctory doomsday scheme trotted out here.
2007-06-18 by Scott Brown
If you swept the cosmic dust of the superhero boom into a flimsy dustpan, you'd have the Fantastic Four franchise.
2007-06-16 by Keith Phipps
Many complaints were lobbed at Fantastic Four but no one ever suggested it was too smart. Yet it would seem that everyone came to the sequel, Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer, determined to dumb it down.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
2007-06-16 by Joe Williams
Peppier than the stale original from 2005, and it's sprinkled with more eye candy, but no one will mistake it for brain food.
2007-06-15 by Stephanie Zacharek
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer is more ambitious than its predecessor. It's also more cluttered and less fleet: The light, pleasingly casual quality of the first picture has evolved into something forced and metallic.
2007-06-15 by Rob Salem
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer is a vast and significant improvement -- if not quite "fantastic," then the next best thing: It does not suck.
2007-06-15 by James Berardinelli
For non comic book fans over the age of 13, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer is a tedious, incoherent bore. For comic book fans of any age, it is an atrocity.
2007-06-15 by Lisa Rose
Compared with its predecessor, the new movie contains less silliness to offend purists. At the same time, there isn't much to thrill anyone, either.
New York Times
2007-06-15 by Manohla Dargis
Rise of the Silver Surfer is an existentially and aesthetically unnecessary sequel to the equally irrelevant if depressingly successful Fantastic Four.
2007-06-15 by Rene Rodriguez
Director Tim Story does the same sort of efficient, impersonal job he did on the first movie, keeping things at such a basic, almost childish level that it seems the movie is aimed squarely, if not exclusively, at the 12-and-under set.
2007-06-15 by Amy Biancolli
In Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, our heroes get what they deserve: a decent action flick with a jolt of visual wow.
Globe and Mail
2007-06-15 by Rick Groen
Unlike the recent spate of blackened threequels, those bottom-of-the-bag Spideys and Shreks and Pirates and Oceans, this kernel does pop.
2007-06-15 by Tom Long
Yes, the too-hot Alba is still miscast, and the film suffers from clumsy moments. But when it soars, it soars, and it is both blessedly brief and bloodless.
Detroit Free Press
2007-06-15 by Terry Lawson
You don't walk out of Rise of the Silver Surfer feeling as if you've gone three rounds with the Thing. This is a case where getting less than you bargained for feels like a victory.
2007-06-15 by Lisa Kennedy
Better than its juvenile predecessor.
2007-06-15 by Misha Davenport
At times silly and then serious, this Fantastic Four is the cinematic equivalent of multiple personality disorder.
2007-06-15 by Wesley Morris
The Marvel comic book this movie is based on was never as sitcom-ish as the two films it's inspired.
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