I Am Number Four

I Am Number Four
I Am Number Four




110 minutes


Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Starring heartthrob Alex Pettyfer - and based on the best-selling novel of the same name - this Hollywood teen sci-fi is the story of nine young aliens with human appearance who have fled their home planet to hide from a deadly enemy. Three of them have already been killed and the fourth of them, John Smith, is next in line. John has been on the run for his whole life, but when he starts attending high school and falling in love, he finds himself torn between his desire for an ordinary existence and fulfilling his super-human destiny.


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Contains moderate fantasy violence and threat.

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