ClearPlay In Action!The PG-13 I Am Number Four sports a fair amount of language, including at least nine “S” words and several others in the mix. There are also a few violent spots with some impalings and disturbing images. With ClearPlay in place this movie would be appropriate for teens and up.
Four Stars for I Am Number Four?…Critics, in general, didn’t like I Am Number Four, but I found myself sufficiently entertained. Part sci–fi, part superhero, part teen romance, part action film, this movie covers a lot of bases and doesn’t do it perfectly, but it’s a world better than the awful Green Hornet and had enough heart and frantic action to sell it to me. It’s main flaw is that it was clearly made with a sequel in mind, meaning the character and story development aren’t as deep as they should be and a few loose ends aren’t tied up. If you are a fan of any of the genres listed above, however, give it a try some boring weekend.
Brian Fuller— ClearPlay Chimera
Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, and for language.; 109 min; Directed By D.J. Caruso