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I Am Number Four Synopsis
John (Alex Pettyfer) is an extraordinary young man. Three like him have already been killed…he is Number Four.
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Quite enjoyable!

By JoanneWhitten
I had to say I was very entertained the whole movie. it was very dramatic. if you haven't seen it yet you can for free at [BLOCKED WEBSITE] . cóm...

Saw It, Loved It!

By JoannaMarieJoey
This movie was absolutely amazing, I got to see it with Dianna and Alex on Jan 29th. I would say this is an absolute must go!...


By elitedevon
I really enjoyed the movie. It was my type of action thriller I enjoy. The plot was good and the suspense kept my eyes glues to the screen. I was upset to see the credits come up at the end. I can't...

Great Movie

By michellecardamone
best movie i love it you can watch it ten times and never get tired of it LOVE IT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...

I Am Number Four review

By dancelovekat
lots of action and suspense...and a little romance too =)...

just rent it

By musicmc_09
Super cheesy. Predictable. Full of cliches. Good for ppl who like cheesy movies. Great effects. This movie is just like that lightning thief movie and sorcerers apprentice...

Great Plot!!

By emilianah_
I really enjoyed this movie. The suspense was awesome and Alex Pettyfer was super hot!!! Loved it and had a great time!! Definitely will encourage others to see it!!...

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I Am Number Four Movie Review

By Asianfreak
75 out of 100 An entertaining teen sci-fi thriller with action-packed thrills nothing more than that....


By N8_Booker
Truly the best parts of this movie are the ones seen on the commercials. The entire movie was nothing but one big trailer for a sequel or sequels and it was really dry until maybe the last...

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Rated PG-13 | For Intense sequences of violence and action, and for brief language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Sci-fi thriller/teen romance isn't as good as the book.
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