I Am Number Four Here is the partial review.
Directed by: D.J Caruso
Cast: Alex Pettyfer, Dianna Agron, Timothy Olyphant, Callan McAuliffe, Teresa Palmer
Running Time: 1 hr 48 mins
Release Date: February 18, 2011
PLOT: John (Pettyfer) is a teenager from another planet with special powers bestowed upon him by his alien roots. With the help of his guardian Henri, he tries to elude those trying to kill him and eight others, which would subsequently destroy his race.
WHO’S IT FOR?: Teenage boys and girls who can’t think up any better way to waste their money. Fans of fantasy/horror shows on non-cable channels have a more immediate chance at enjoying this one, especially considering their acclimation with (and subsequent acceptance of) hokey supernatural villains stomping around high school settings.
EXPECTATIONS: The producing credit for Transformers director Michael Bay was enough to get me on board with checking out I Am Number Four. I actually picked this film over a screening of the new Liam Neeson film, Unknown, which was happening the same night.