Monday, 28 February 2011

I Am Number Four Review














I Am Number Four


Release Date: 24th February 2011 - Australia


Production Companies
DreamWorks SKG (presents)
Reliance Big Entertainment (presents)
Bay Films

Distribution
Walt Disney Studios Motion 
Pictures Australia


Genre: Sci-Fi

Rating: M

Runtime:
112 minutes


Budget: $50,000,000

Box Office Gross: $149,878,437
(Worldwide)


Plot Summary
Three are dead. He is 
Number Four. D.J. Caruso 
helms an action-packed 
thriller about an extraordinary 
teen, John Smithwho is a 
fugitive on the run from ruthless 
enemies sent to destroy him. 
Changing his identity, moving 
from town to town with his 
guardian Henri, John is always 
the new kid with no ties to 
his past. 

In the small Ohio town he now 
calls home, John encounters 
unexpected, life-changing 
events-his first love, powerful 
new abilities and a connection 
to the others who share his 
incredible destiny. 


Cast
Alex Pettyfer - John Smith/

Number 4
Timothy Olyphant - Henri
Teresa Palmer - Number 6
Dianna Agron - Sarah Hart
Callan McAuliffe - Sam
Kevin Durand - Mogadorian 

Commander
Jake Abel - Mark 

Jeff Hochendoner - Sheriff James

Crew 

Based on a Novel "I Am 
Number Four" - Jobie Hughes 
James Frey
Director - D.J. Caruso
Screenplay - Alfred Gough, 

Miles Millar & Marti Noxon
Producer - Michael Bay

Cinematography - Guillermo 
Navarro 
Visual Effects Supervisor: ILM - Bill George
Visual Effects Supervisor - Gregory L. McMurry
Film Editors - Vince Filippone 

& Jim Page 
Music - Trevor Rabin 


Review
I AM NUMBER FOUR is an action-packed thrill ride from start to finish and has lots of action. It has an interesting story that keeps you on edge throughout the movie and almost feels like a sci-fi version of TWLIGHT. This movie is complimented with good acting performances from Alex Pettyfer and Timothy Olyphant and has a CGI dog that transforms into a beastly monster.

Star rating: (4/5) Good Movie



3 comments:

  1. What a great film a little bit of romance , a little bit of gore and edge of your seat suspense. I really got a fright when the dog morphed in the front seat of the car and became a big monster. I am a sci-fi fan and I really enjoyed this movie.

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  2. I really like the movie i liked it when the dog morphed into a dog and when the the football field lights blew up

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  3. I agree. This was a surprisingly good movie. It was much better than I expeccted it to be.

    -James

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