Today I am going to review The Fantastic Four. Oh no not the reboot and the sequel, no no! You see I actually liked those two movies and it would be impossible to hate those two films. I am talking about the 1994 cheap-budget movie. First here's a little history on the production of this so-called movie. Back in the late 1980's when the comic industry was failing, Neue Constantin held the rights to the Fantastic Four comics in order to make future remake options before their contract run out. They were forced to put something into film so they turned to classic B-movie director Roger Corman to sign the deal. They rushed the film on a budget of $1.5 million and to this day, the film has never saw release. Now let's go into the story which involves Reed Richards and Victor von Doom who are studying at university and have created a machine to stop some shit I don't care about. Victor is electrocuted when Ben Grimm pushes him out of the way but it is too late because Victor is dead. Ten years later, they reunite with Susan and Johnny Storm and take them into outer space thinking they know about space travel better than anyone else (oh yeah you heard me right! They actually say that in the movie!). So yeah, they go into space, survive the cosmic radiation and they find out that they all have different superpowers. Johnny can sneeze fire, Susan can turn invisible, Reed can stretch his limbs and Ben has turned into some hideous fucking thing. If you thought the costumes and special effects in the 2005 reboot and its sequel for the Fantastic Four were goofy and silly as shit, then you will be begging for it after watching this. We then meet secondary villain named The Jeweler because they couldn't afford the rights to the Moleman who is apparently working for Victor and has a crush on Alicia Masters, the blind girl who is Ben's love interest. The Fantastic Four are kidnapped and held hostage so they sneak out and fight the bad guys but they are trapped in magnetic fields but they escape somehow and defeat Victor aka Doctor Doom, rescue Alicia, Reed and Sue get married and this fucking piece of shit ends mercilessly! I have never seen a superhero movie that was so fucking stupid and filled with plot holes that i was forced not to give a shit. I'll give Batman and Robin credit because that movie is a multi-Oscar winner compared to this. The writing is horrid, the special effects are one of the worst, the acting is terrible and the dialogue is cringing. The Fantastic Four (1994) gets a I-don't-give-a-fuck/10!