I Am Number Four

I Am Number Four

A teenage fugitive with an incredible secret races to stay one step ahead of the mysterious forces seeking destroy him in this sci-fi action thriller. With three dead and one on the run, the race to find the elusive Number Four begins. Outwardly normal teen John Smith never gets too comfortable in the same identity, and along with his guardian, Henri, he is constantly moving from town to town. With each passing day, John gains a stronger grasp on his extraordinary new powers, and his bond to the beings that share his fantastic fate grows stronger.

Aliens and their Guardians are hiding on Earth from intergalactic bounty hunters. They can only be killed in numerical order, and Number Four is next on the list. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


I Am Number Four torrent reviews

Frances H (fr) wrote: I really liked this film, that says a lot about humanity under inhumane conditions. Great performances by Stewart and Moadi.

Tony Raul G (ag) wrote: A very unexpected delight. A great underrated picture.

Quin U (ru) wrote: Possibly the worst movie I have ever seen in my life. Everything you can name from the top of your head was bad. The acting was pitiful, the emotions of the characters were faker than the toothfairy along with how awful the special effects were. Everything about was so terribly written that watching this movie was similar to watching a car accident, it's so terrible that you can not look away.

Andrew A (br) wrote: SyFy channel movie. Low budget, cheesy graphics, and somehow a decently good story. Worth the watch, if nothing to watch, nothing to do, nothing but time to waste, watch it :)

paul s (nl) wrote: I have a dilemma in reviewing the Ethan Hawke vehicle "Woman In The Fifth"; for if I even begin to describe what takes place here I run the risk of possibly revealing something that may well be better left for another viewer to discover (or decipher) on their own. Even saying that is perhaps revealing too much, as suffice it to say, everything may not be what it appears to be with the film, and as it rests its hat on said ambiguity I cannot comment further.What I will say is that this film is very atmospheric, filmed in a style where the foreground is always in focus, while the background is often fuzzy. This point of view is overused in my opinion, though it does give you the sense that all is not quite right with what you are viewing.For me, the first 2/3 of the film are interesting and solid enough; it's just in the last third that the film somehow managed to be far too slow and yet felt rushed at the same time - quite a feat! It's as if director Pawel Pawilowski realized that the script had some serious holes and couldn't decide how best to camouflage - either by getting all artsy (hoping the audience would forget the holes) or racing past the potholes hoping the audience wouldn't feel the bounce. Now, I'm going to (kind of) reveal a spoiler here - the ending is totally predicable and hardly surprising, and for me at least, not the big payoff that Pawilowski was hoping for. For me I felt jerked around, even though the resolution was exactly what I expected it to be... it just felt too pat and, to be frank, amateurish. Too bad, for the story could have been compelling in surer hands.

Venetia D (mx) wrote: An entertaining movie for all ages.

Dan G (it) wrote: fascinating mythology. beautifiul setting, costumes & cinematography

Russ B (gb) wrote: 12/15/2014: Young girl plays soccer and hides it from her parents. Very predictable, but ok.

Ryan V (it) wrote: Even worse than the first one. It's obnoxious, crude and grating.

Naoya K (mx) wrote: For first-time Fassbinder watchers.

Thomas K (es) wrote: It was an eye opener when it came out in 1974 and it remains a startlingly original piece of work 40 years later.

Nathan B (jp) wrote: Yes, I watched this movie. Am I ashamed? Mostly, yes. The only scene that was in ANY WAY remotely interesting is when they got caught making out at Bed Bath & Beyond. Retail stores and malls is one of my hobbies, so I got to see a plug for BB&B...joy...other than that, why the hell was this movie made? Obviously to cash in on the somewhat success of the 2003 revival of "Cheaper by the Dozen"...please, I beg of you, if you have NOT seen this movie, DO NOT SEE IT!