In the Washington Times, Joseph Szadkowski writes two articles this week on the new Fantastic Four movie. In the first one,
he looks at some toy figures and other games based on the Foursome. In the second one,
he looks at multimedia based on the Foursome. However, I do wish that he wouldn't waste his time on Steven Spielberg's War of the Worlds, which hasn't exactly turned out to be the most successful adaptation of H.G Wells' classic novel, and which, with its political undertones, certainly isn't going to do much better than some of Hollywood's other floundering films.
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