Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer

Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer

Director: Tim Story Cast: Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba, Chris Evans
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Overview

Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer

The world's most famous team of astronauts-cum-superheroes returns in the effects-heavy sequel Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. As the story opens, Sue Storm (aka The Invisible Girl [Jessica Alba]) and Reed Richards (aka Mr. Fantastic [Ioan Gruffudd]) prepare for their upcoming, superhero-studded wedding celebration. But Reed cannot stay focused on the nuptials -- he's distracted by wire reports of a bizarre, comet-like object hurtling toward the Earth with tremendous force, triggering brownouts, blackouts, tropical storms, and various other climatological disasters. When the said object hits the island of Manhattan, destroying much of the city in its wake, its identity becomes resoundingly clear. "It" is actually a "he" -- a psychotic villain known as The Silver Surfer (voice of Larry Fishburne) who intends, for some unascertainable reason, to destroy much of the Earth, just as he obliterated dozens of planets before it. Feeling compelled to rally their old gang and save the day, Sue and Reed summon Ben Grimm (aka The Thing [Michael Chiklis]) and Johnny Storm (aka The Human Torch [Chris Evans]) to take on the Surfer -- and end up battling not only him, but an obnoxious Army general (Andre Braugher) and the cantankerous Victor Von Doom (Julian McMahon), who has broken out of his icy prison that held him captive at the end of the first movie. Tim Story returns to direct this sequel.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/02/2007
UPC: 0024543470779
Original Release: 2007
Rating: PG
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:32:00
Sales rank: 26,364

Special Features

Audio commentary by director Tim Story; Includes widescreen and full screen versions

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ioan Gruffudd Reed Richards
Jessica Alba Sue Storm
Chris Evans Johnny Storm
Michael Chiklis Ben Grimm
Julian McMahon Victor Von Doom
Kerry Washington Alicia Masters
Andre Braugher General Hager
Laurence Fishburne Silver Surfer
Doug Jones Silver Surfer
Beau Garrett Captain Raye
Brian Posehn Wedding Minister
Zach Grenier Rafke Sherman
Dawn Chubai Anchorwoman
Chris Gailus Anchorman
Kevin McNulty Baxter Building Doorman
Andy Stahl Tailor
Debbie Timuss Hot Party Girl #1
Moneca Delain Hot Party Girl #2
Crystal Lowe Hot Party Girl #3
Chris Calleri Club DJ
Kenneth Welsh Dr. Jeff Wagner
Ben Ayers Guard #1
Vanessa Minnillo Johnny's Wedding Date
Alicia Thorgrimsson New York Pedestrian
Valerie Tian New York Teen Girl #1
Jeanna Haddow New York Teen Girl #2
Ali Costinam New York Teen Girl #3
Patricia Harras Fan Four Receptionist
Gonzalo Menendez Lieutenant
Suzanne Ristic Airline Woman
Giuliana DePandi Entertainment Reporter
Malcom Boddington Pub Owner
Cole Landels Gift Shop Kid
Cameron Cleary Flower Girl
Stan Lee Rejected Wedding Guest
Silver Butler Wedding Planner
Michasha Armstrong Wedding Security
Hitoshi Ikezaki Japanese Fisherman
Peter Kawasaki Japanese Fisherman
Fareed Abdelhak Egyptian Tour Guide
Toshiya Agata Voice Only
Robin Atkin Downes Voice Only
Kerry M. Gutierrez Voice Only
Akira Kaneda Voice Only
Luisa Leschin Voice Only
Joey Naber Voice Only
Jen Sung Outerbridge Voice Only
Claudette Wells Voice Only
Steve Apostolina Voice Only
Jessica Gee Voice Only
Karen Huie Voice Only
Jim Lau Voice Only
Lucy Lin Voice Only
Kazumi Nakamura Voice Only
Paul Pape Voice Only
Alan Shearman Voice Only
Pepper Sweeney Voice Only
Ron Yuan Voice Only
Yoshio Be Voice Only
Lisa Gerber Voice Only
Carlon Jeffrey Voice Only
Peter Lavin Voice Only
Lydia Look Voice Only
Saemi Nakamura Voice Only
Moira Quirk Voice Only
Dennis Singletary Voice Only
Shane Sweet Voice Only
Lyannanne Zager Voice Only
Edita Brychta Voice Only
Jean Gilpin Voice Only
Walter Emanuel Jones Voice Only
Conan Lee Voice Only
Caitlin McKenna Voice Only
Paula Jane Newman Voice Only
Michelle Ruff Voice Only
Julian Stone Voice Only
Paul Tuerpé Voice Only

Technical Credits
Tim Story Director
Lloyd Adams Stunts
Trevor Addie Stunts
Steven A. Adelson Camera Operator
Mark Aisbelt Stunts
Dave Alexander Stunts
Avi Arad Producer
Brett Armstrong Stunts
Chris Atkinson Stunts
Aaron Au Stunts
Bill Badalato Production Manager

Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer [P&S]
1. From Beyond [5:59]
2. Wedding Issues [3:44]
3. The Bachelor Party [4:04]
4. Security Threat [4:25]
5. Wedding of the Century [5:09]
6. The Ceremony [3:21]
7. The Silver Surfer [4:45]
8. Something Highly Resourceful [2:03]
9. Power Switch [3:30]
10. Like Normal People [1:28]
11. All That You Know Is at an End [1:51]
12. Eight Days Later [1:24]
13. London Falling [3:49]
14. The New Doom [2:51]
15. Out of Our Hands [1:40]
16. Tachyon Pulse [3:46]
17. The Nerd Rises [1:34]
18. He's Here [4:37]
19. Prisoners [2:09]
20. The Devourer of Worlds [3:44]
21. Unlimited Power [3:19]
22. The World at Stake [3:10]
23. Doom From Above [2:54]
24. The Power of Four [2:30]
25. The Surfer's Choice [5:14]
26. A Team [1:19]
27. Fifth Time's the Charm [1:54]
28. End Titles [5:22]
Disc #1, Side B -- Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer [WS]
1. From Beyond [5:59]
2. Wedding Issues [3:44]
3. The Bachelor Party [4:04]
4. Security Threat [4:25]
5. Wedding of the Century [5:09]
6. The Ceremony [3:21]
7. The Silver Surfer [4:45]
8. Something Highly Resourceful [2:03]
9. Power Switch [3:30]
10. Like Normal People [1:28]
11. All That You Know Is at an End [1:51]
12. Eight Days Later [1:24]
13. London Falling [3:49]
14. The New Doom [2:51]
15. Out of Our Hands [1:40]
16. Tachyon Pulse [3:46]
17. The Nerd Rises [1:34]
18. He's Here [4:37]
19. Prisoners [2:09]
20. The Devourer of Worlds [3:44]
21. Unlimited Power [3:19]
22. The World at Stake [3:10]
23. Doom From Above [2:54]
24. The Power of Four [2:30]
25. The Surfer's Choice [5:14]
26. A Team [1:19]
27. Fifth Time's the Charm [1:54]
28. End Titles [5:22]

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Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
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Worst superhero movie
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This is one of the few sequels that was as good, if not a little better, than the first one. The story line could have been written a little better in a few parts, but seeing the characters' relationships and how they were as individuals was definitely improved. If you liked the first one, the second is a must see.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although this story doesn't have the depth that spider-man and x-men does, it doesn't cross into any areas that would be questionable for young viewers. I only noticed one profanity (mild at that)and my 14, 10 and 5 year olds all enjoyed the movie. A must for family night.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is so much better than the original movie. I wish these movies were a bit longer since the story always feels rushed, but rest assured comic fans, this movie is an improvement in every way compared to the horrible original. As an introduction to the Silver Surfer, I give it a thumbs-up. Granted, details can be argued against but honestly for the general audience I think it holds up well.
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Better than the original, but that isn't saying much. The original was purely awful. This one brings hope to fans of the characters.
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Though Marvel has hit recent home runs with Iron Man and Incredible Hulk, their Fantastic 4 movies have a lot to be desired for. The Silver Surfer just looks to CGI and there just doesn't seem to be anything worth while going on in the movie. There doesn't seem to be any chemistry between Sue Storm and Mr. Fantastic, mostly due to no real characterization in this or the first movie. They intend to get married through out the film,which just doesn't work for a this second film. Maybe if there would be a third movie, do it there, but with no chemistry between the actors and actresses, no great action sequences, the film seems to fall flat.