Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Review: I Am Number Four

I Am Number Four

Genre: Action
Length: 109 Minutes
Rating: PG-13
Big Names: Timothy Olyphant
IMDB Score: 6.2 (out of 10)

Synopsis: Alex is a member of a race of aliens with special powers that are being hunted by an assassin race.

Review: I saw a shitload of ads for this movie on TV, most of which featuring the chick with the Aussie/New Zealand accent who is only in maybe fifteen total minutes of the film.  It was a pretty mundane action film, entertaining, but with too much of a teeny, twilighty feel to be any good.  I felt bad for Timothy Olyphant having to put up with that crap.

Acting: 5/10 - "When we love someone, we love them forever."  Kill me now.

Quality Within Genre: 4/10 - Seemed amateurish at times.

Entertainment Value: 6/10 - Some of the CGI was cool.

Realism (Within the world defined by the movie): 5/10 - Tough to have characters with ridiculous powers seem vulnerable enough to keep the audience interested in what happens to them.

Rewatch Value: 2/10 - Maybe to make fun of it.

Total: 4.4/10

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