Reed Richards, a brilliant but timid and bankrupt scientist, is convinced that evolution can be triggered by clouds of cosmic energy, and has calculated that Earth is going to pass one of these clouds soon. Together with his friend and partner, the gruff yet gentle astronaut muscle-man Ben Grimm, Reed convinces his conceited MIT classmate Dr. Victor Von Doom, now CEO of his own enterprise, to allow him access to his privately-owned space station. Von Doom agrees in exchange for control over the experiment and a majority of the profits from whatever benefits it brings. He thus brings aboard Susan Storm, his shy, though assertive chief genetics researcher and a former lover of Reed's with whom she had an acrimonious break-up, and her diametrically opposed brother Johnny, the maverick and hot-headed playboy pilot. The astronauts make it home intact; however, before long they begin to mutate, developing strange and amazing powers as a result of their exposure to the cloud! Reed is able to..
|violence||3/10 Doctor Doom fires a lighting to a man, leaving a charred hole, not bloody. Some mild fight scenes with minimal but usually no blood. In the climatic fight scene, the Human Torch is pursued by a heat seeking missile while The Thing physically attacks Doctor Doom. Ultimately, the Four attacked Doom as a team and subject him to extreme heat as contained by the Invisible Woman's force fields as directed by Mr. Fantastic before he has the Thing blast Doom with water to induce thermal shock on his metal body to render him seeming permanently immobilized.|
|profanity||1/10 One hardass|
|alcohol||2/10 There are a few scenes set in a bar where people are seen holding glasses or ordering drinks.|
|frightening||3/10 Some scenes might be frightening to very young viewers. Dr. Doom shoots an electrical lightning bolt through a man leaving a noticeable "hole". The scene where Thing changes to the monster may be mildly upsetting or intense. Total - 13/50 Recommended age: 12+ Suggested MPAA Rating: PG for stylized action/violence, language and suggestive content including partial nudity. If movies had ESRB ratings: T for Mild Language, Partial Nudity, Suggestive Themes, Violence|