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Genres: Sci-Fi , Adventure , Action
Actors: Massimiliano Pazzaglia , Michael Winther , Barbara Garrick , Teddy Dunn , Kristen Stewart , Tom Hulce , Jesse James , Max Thieriot , AnnaSophia Robb , Michael Rooker , Samuel L. Jackson , Diane Lane , Rachel Bilson , Jamie Bell , Hayden Christensen
Director: Doug Liman
Country: Canada, United States
Year: 2008
IMDB Rating: 5.9/10 (149254 votes)

David Rice is a high school student in Ann Arbor, abandoned by his mother at five, enamored with Millie, a fellow student, and picked on by at least one classmate. On a winter’s day, while about to drown, he discovers he can transport himself instantaneously to anyplace on earth. He leaves town, goes to New York City, robs a bank vault, and comes to the attention of a shadowy group of government hunters. Eight years later, the hunters, led by the murderous Roland, get a fix on David. He heads home, searches out Millie, invites her to travel with him, and only later realizes that Roland and his crew are seriously deadly. Is everyone close to David in danger?

Film Review

Jumper sounds like a good idea, but it's was execute so badly. It's was suicidal, like jumping off a bridge. It could have been better. Directed by Doug Liman, the director of Swingers and the Bourne Identity. It stars Hayden Christensen and Samuel L. Jackson… in reverse roles from their previous film 'Star Wars', with Hayden playing the supposedly good guy and Sam as the bad guy. Hayden Christensen is the jumper (the teleporting man) who can jump into any place he touch or see… and Samuel Jackson is trying to stop him. That pretty much sum up the plot. Hayden Christensen is semi-talented, and he seems to be trying to give these realistic, struggling young male performances in all his films, but to be honest, it could have been salvaged if it at least had a decent main character. He spent of the movie using his powers for wrong reasons. Robbing banks and stealing stuff. Nothing likable about the main character, he wasn't a hero…he didn't save …

I'm not going to be critical of the movie in terms of the making, quality, plot, etc., mostly because it doesn't seem relevant, but also because I don't fit into its targeted audience, so it wouldn't make much sense. What I would like to leave an opinion on, however, is the message being put through to today's teenagers and youth.Characters in such films are built based on what story writers and filmmakers believe the audience will be able to relate to. They depict the general concept they have of today's youth: in this case, shallow, naive, selfish, egocentric, alienated, quick-gratification-seeking drones. Moreover, given the rate of kids and young adults who read books nowadays, movies are one of their main sources of fictional role models, and the characters whose stories they engulf are ones they (should be able to) look up at.In this case, one of the most troublesome elements I found (and I'm a guy, so I don't want to know how much all the…

Another example of a fantastic idea ruined by the execution. That's one of the most annoying things about Doug Liman's movies – his movies have this great concept at the core, but more often than not, these concepts and ideas are direly under-cooked or muddled. For me, the teleportation aspect was sorely under-used and under-explored. What's even worse is the idea that a secret society of Paladins are out to hunt down these teleporters because they are abominations to God. So far, so clichéd! More time could've been spent on the Paladins, explaining a little more about their background and mandate, but instead, they were more like a side-note or afterthought just so Hayden Christensen has baddies to fight. Oh, that brings me to the leads – Christensen has to be one of the worse actors ever, he's not so much as wooden as leaden! Possibly worst choice ever to play a guy who's conflicted about his powers, leaving his father all alone and having a mother…