A genetic anomaly allows a young man to teleport himself anywhere. He discovers this gift has existed for centuries and finds himself in a war that has been raging for thousands of years between “Jumpers” and those who have sworn to kill them.
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There are some movies you can watch over and over. That's what makes a great movie, no matter what genre it's in. There are no major flaws in the story, other than Samuel Jackson's usual overacting. Jamie Bell does quite a good job with his role.
I can't say this moving was outstanding and it does deserve the rating it was given. However I found the story to be interesting and I actually enjoyed seeing where the narrative was going. The mechanics are choppy and the acting was sub-par, but enjoyable nonetheless.
Baffling, incomprehensible plot, stilted dialogue resulting in a young cast with nothing to work with. Never try to underpin a potential new franchise on Hayden Christened. Most of Douglas Liman films are heavily compromised and this is no exception.
I dont even remember this movie, just plain crap, the typical movie for thye main character "Hottie" from the latest saga, making a "Serious movie" on his own. Its happening with "Jacob" from "Twilight", and it happend with "Anakin" from "The new and crappy, Star Wars".