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Laughably awful and downright boring cinematic canine has the titled characters (led by Jessica Alba and Ioan Gruffudd) attempting to save the world from a mysterious alien being who literally glides around causing destruction on a surfboard and foretelling the doom of the entire planet. Never making much sense, "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" tries to get all cutesy by trying to cater to 10-year-old boys with low brow humor and then never creating much suspense or coherency with a screenplay that feels like it was thrown together a few minutes before the cast showed up to start shooting. Even Julian McMahon, who actually carried the first one to its mediocre standing, succumbs to the sheer idiocy of this entire venture. Hopeless. Turkey (0 stars out of 5).
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