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I Am Number Four

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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.
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Time Out
The door is left wide open for a sequel, but it's hard to imagine there'll be much call for it.
February 23, 2011
Blog de cine
A horrible mess that embodes the worst from two different worlds, the most sappy teen romance ever and a souless superhero story. [Full review in Spanish]
April 01, 2016
American Profile
The epic computer-generated alien smackdown is settled in a battle zone well known to any teen: high school hallways and the football field.
September 09, 2011
Newark Star-Ledger
Pettyfer - a child actor turned model turned self-satisfied hunk - isn't much except blond hair and good cheekbones as our hero.
February 18, 2011
Washington Post
The young "Four" cast appears to have been plucked from an Abercrombie & Fitch catalogue - which isn't an issue until you realize that the characters they're playing are about as thin as the pages in that Gen-Y fashion Bible.
February 24, 2011
Entertainment Weekly
The sci-fi-teen romance I Am Number Four is witless, insultingly derivative, muddy-looking, and edited in the hammering epileptic style that marks so many films produced, as this one is, by Michael Bay.
February 19, 2011
Houston Chronicle
Granted, I Am NumberFour is a little better and makes loads more sense than Eagle Eye, Caruso's most recent vehicle for comely young actors in peril. But neither one has the sass and pluck of Disturbia. Watch that instead.
February 18, 2011