Fantastic Four (UMD for PSP)

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After exposure to cosmic radiation, four astronauts become the most remarkable, if dysfunctional, superheroes of all time. Unfortunately, the mission's sponsor has also been transformed -- into the world's most lethal supervillain -- setting the stage for a confrontation of epic proportions. Packed with nonstop action, big laughs and awesome special effects, Fantastic 4 is powerful fun (The Baltimore Sun) from start to finish!

What is UMDTM?
UMD, Universal Media Disc, is a brand-new and groundbreaking optical storage medium, designed for the high speed and efficient delivery of digital entertainment content that can store up to 1.8 GB of digital data on a 60mm disc -- or an entire feature film on a single UMD video. All UMD DVDs are produced in Widescreen and encoded using advanced AVC compression. UMD for PSP will play on the new PlayStation Portable handheld entertainment system.


  • Diameter: 60 mm
  • Maximum Capacity: 1.8GB (Single-sided, dual layer)
  • Laser wavelength: 660nm (Red laser)
  • Specifications

    Studio Foxvideo
    SKU 40725108
    UPC 024543216926
    UPC 14 00024543216926
    Release Date 12/6/2005
    Rating NR
    Love Triangle
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    Theatrical Release
    Editors Note
    Note In this thrill-filled live-action Marvel Comics adaptation, director Tim Story (BARBERSHOP) balances comedy, romantic intrigue, special effects, high action, and even scientific trivia for a rounded FANTASTIC FOUR. Here, Mister Fantastic (Ioan Gruffudd), Invisible Woman (Jessica Alba), The Human Torch (Chris Evans), and The Thing (Michael Chiklis) come together on a space mission that goes wrong. The ship's owner (Julian McMahon)--who later transforms into evil Doctor Doom--refuses to abort the mission during a solar storm, which electrifies the ship and its entire crew, causing radical changes to their DNA. Back on earth, the transformed "heroes" adjust to their new powers, which are specific to their personalities. Mister Fantastic, who lacks assertion, has stretchy limbs of rubber. Invisible Woman, who loves Fantastic but thinks he can't see her for who she really is, does a disappearing act. The Human Torch, an immature guy who is brimming with energy, can burst into flames. And finally, The Thing, a great friend who is as solid as a rock, actually turns into one--and loses his wife due to his weighty disposition. Holing up in Fantastic's scientific lab where they run experiments on themselves in hopes of changing back to normal, the crew learns that Doctor Doom--who is so power hungry that he turns into metal and is able to conduct electrical currents--poses a serious threat. The heroes quickly master their abilities and channel their scientific smarts for one truly fantastic five-way face-off.^Visually, action sequences give way to tranquil interludes such as the New York City skyline with the Fantastics' lab glowing atop a skyscraper, while plot-wise, the interplay between the characters brings a human element to the film, with some touching moments from The Thing. At the end, a door is left open for what could be a super sequel.
    Tim Story
    Ioan Gruffudd
    Jessica Alba
    Michael Chiklis
    Chris Evans
    Cast & Crew
    Avi Arad, et. al. - Producer
    Bill Boes - Production Designer
    Chris Evans - Actor
    Ioan Gruffudd - Actor
    Jessica Alba - Actor
    Mark Frost, et. al. - Writer
    Michael Barnathan - Executive Producer
    Michael Chiklis - Actor
    Miri Ben-Ari, et. al. - Original Music By
    Oliver Wood - Cinematographer
    Stan Lee, et. al. - Created By
    Tim Story - Director
    William Hoy - Editor
    Technical Info
    Original Release Date 2005
    Catalog ID 2231692
    UPC 00024543216926
    Number of Discs 1
    Running Time 105 minutes
    Color Color
    Original Language English
    Available Audio Tracks English
    Aspect Ratio
    Anamorphic Widescreen  1.78:1
    ReviewSource James Berardinelli's ReelViews
    Review Roughly 25 years ago, when I was going through my "comic book phase," Fantastic Four was one of three titles I regularly purchased. Although it has been more than two decades since I visited the superhero quartet, the characters I remember are captured with superficial faithfulness like it was cobbled together from pieces of other comic book-inspired motion pictures. The Four never get a chance to shine - at least not in the way that another Marvel superhero ensemble (the X-Men) did. Fantastic Four fans have a right to feel shortchanged. This movie is more like a B-grade comic book adaptation than the A-list production it should have been.
    Reviewer James Berardinelli
    ReviewRating 6
    ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
    Review The Fantastic Four are, in short, underwhelming. The edges kind of blur between them and other superhero teams. That's understandable. How many people could pass a test right now on who the X-Men are and what their powers are? Or would want to? I wasn't watching The Fantastic Four to study it, but to be entertained by it, but how could I be amazed by a movie that makes its own characters so indifferent about themselves?
    Reviewer Roger Ebert
    ReviewRating 2
    Chicago Tribune Spectacular. Astonishing. Stunning.
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