Fantastic Four (2005) (part 2 of 3)

Caption contributed by Albert You know, I wasn’t sure if the guy with the last name Von Doom was evil, but this movie makes it easy for us!

Caption contributed by Albert Reed and Sue discover their new powers while… sitting at a table having dinner. My heart is going to give out, is how exciting this all is.

Caption contributed by Albert In runs Johnny to share the exciting news: It’s going to be so easy for him to light his own farts now!
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Multi-Part Article: Fantastic Four (2005)

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  • joeengland

    Y’know what really pisses me off about this movie? Well, several things. Torch’s attitude just makes me want to send a bullet into his groin. But the icing on the cake for me is that when all’s said and done… the Thing DOESN’T LOOK THAT BAD.

    Seriously. I just don’t buy his wife flipping out and running off screaming like she beheld Cthulhu’s anus. They’re supposed to have a solid relationship? She takes one look at him and totally loses it. Granted, his big four-fingered hands and lack of ears are pretty weird, but honestly, he simply looks like he’s got a very unfortunate skin condition. I’ve seen people with worse physical deformities working out of toll booths. At a glance he’s more like a burn victim than a “thing,” and that everyone treats him like some monstrous inhuman freak stretches my suspension of disbelief way too far.