Fantastic Four (1994)

Take a look at this review of the infamous first Fantastic Four adaptation.
The weird thing about this film is, if you ignore the obvious oversteps, like the youth of the actors and the shmacty acting, it really understands the spirit of the Silver Age comics. I think it is a more worthy comic book adaptation then a lot of adaptations out there. Batman Returns, Forever, and Robin; I’m looking at you.

Mutant Reviewers

ff-1994-poster“It’s clobberin’ time!”

The Scoop: 1994 PG and directed by Oley Sassone and starring Alex Hyde-White, Rebecca Staab, and Michael Bailey Smith

Tagline: Part Elastic, Part Invisible, Part Fire, Part Stone

Summary Capsule: Four bright eyed and bushy tailed friends battle the ultimate evil: homeless sewer folk!

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About Julian Munds

I possess a degree in Theatre and Drama from the University of Toronto. I own my own theatre company called Snobbish Theatre. We focus our work on new versions of classics.

Posted on November 6, 2013, in Films, Marvel, The Fantastic Four and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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