SURTALCHILGAAN DEER DARAHAD ARILJ KINO GARNA.
Wonder Comic’s first family is back. Ben Grimm, Reed Richards, Sue and Johnny Storm, otherwise called The Thing (“The Shield’s” Michael Chiklis), Mister Fantastic (Ioan Gruffud of “Astonishing Grace”), The Invisible Woman (“Dark Angel’s” Jessica Alba) and The Human Torch (Chris Evans) are back doing combating awful folks as the Fantastic Four in “Awesome Four: Rise of The Silver Surfer.”
Reed and Sue are attempting to get married, however not before a fiasco of incredible scale debilitates planet Earth. Enter a sparkling silver being that takes off through the sky on a surf board. Reed marks him “The Silver Surfer.” Surfer is an envoy to a standout amongst the most intense elements that has crossed the cosmic system known as Galactus. Every time these two arrive at a planet, that planet winds up being toast. It’s up to the FF to stop the Surfer and his manager from making planet Earth their next target.
Participating in the pandemonium is the group’s main adversary, Victor von Doom, yet to his adversaries, he is Dr. Fate (“Nip/Tuck’s” Julian McMahon). It surely appears the Fantastic Four has their hands full.
There are a couple of issues with this motion picture. For a certain something, and it occurs in a ton in comic book-based motion pictures, there was a needless excess of silliness and lighthearted element, particularly in the begin of the film. Indeed, even the genuine disapproved of Reed Richards (Gruffud) appeared to be a joke in a ton of scenes, taking without end the quintessence of his comic book partner. I am for lighthearted element and jokes, yet the main individual that ought to shoot those off is The Thing (Chiklis) and every so often Torch (Evans), which they did… excessively. Remember this is not the blame of the performers. This is the blame of the authors and the executive who should get a decent handle on how these characters ought to go over. Kid, did they miss the objective.
With respect to the new child on the piece, the Silver Surfer, they made a radiant showing with regards to catching his portrayal. What made him powerful was consolidating Lawrence Fishburne’s voice, which is precisely how I would hear the surfer in perusing the funnies. There are discussions of a Silver Surfer film. On the off chance that they go toward this depiction, they certainly would hit his character flawless.
Something else I felt, and I didn’t think it was conceivable, this superhero motion picture was excessively funny adademic. Contrasted with another Marvel Comic’s superhero group that is well known on the wide screen, The Fantastic Four practically appear like life-like toon characters. I recently felt that there wasn’t much authenticity or a component of trustworthiness. I understand this was a comic book-based film, yet I recently felt that there was an absence of that something that makes the characters people.
What truly rubbed me wrong, and you can call it my Christian radar going off, was that there was a scene where a news commentator was detailing all these ghastly things occurring on the planet, and he says that a few people thought it was the hand of God. Presently, will get on my soapbox here, yet why do as such many individuals feel that if something awful is going on that they point the finger at God for it? I don’t have a clue. On the off chance that it were me, and I knew the Earth was on the precarious edge of annihilation, I wouldn’t censure God. I would get on my knees and requesting His celestial offer assistance. The other thing that I believed was a touch of alarming was that this motion picture had a PG-rating. Most PG-appraised motion pictures don’t have a great deal of obscenity, yet this film had a lot of the A-word. I think they ought to have placed it in the PG-13 classification, similar to the first.
Presently subsequent to listening to all my negative remarks, you may think I couldn’t have cared less much for the film with everything taken into account; it was a reasonable for midland flick. It had marvelous impacts, and the motion picture’s elucidation of Galactus was so-in this way, in addition to the narrative of how the FF met the Surfer was near the comic story.
Is it safe to say that it was comparable to the primary FF? I would need to state no. In the primary portion, I felt some passionate binds to the characters. This film was an in your face, hard and fast, activity motion picture. You don’t motivate time to soak in every scene before you are impacted with activity. It didn’t give an appropriate root of the Surfer, only a Reader’s Digest rendition. If not for the impacts looking better on the extra large screen, I would prescribe sitting tight for the DVD to turn out. On an evaluating scale, I give “Awesome Four: Rise of The Silver Surfer” a “C.”