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02.22.2011 - I Am Number Four is a science fiction film based on the novel written by Jobie Hughes and James Frey, with an adapted screenplay by Al Gough, Miles Millar, and Marti Noxon.

The film is produced by Michael Bay through DreamWorks and distributed by Walt Diney Pictures. I Am Number Four had a special screening last night courtesy of 94.7 DWLL Mellow Touch FM at SM Cinema in SM Megamall.

I Am Number Four opens across the Philippines on February 23, 2011!

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This is one of those unknown films that we never heard about. I Am Number is based on a novel by Pittacus Lore, the pen name of authors James Frey and Jobie Hughes. Though I have not read the book it comes quite clear, that we have a Smallville in the making for this numbered movie.

A new face in Alex Pettyfer and with Glee's Dianna Agron in the film would stir little interest. Save that if you follow Glee you'll want to see Dianna Agron's first film debut strutting her acting chops.

The beginning of the film won't give you a premise, and it felt like a big cloud hovering in your head how to make of this film to be interesting. Of course the later part of the film will give you a few explosions. This will remind you that Michael Bay is the producer of this film.

We are seeing another film with mutiple sequels based on a novel we hardly heard about. Though the curiosity to see this film would highly suggest you check out book.

What's the other interesting thing to see this film is Teresa Palmer aka Number Six, and that's the only dead giveaway I'm spoiling you. The rest is up to you if your up to seeing this film or just choose another one to see on a weekend.

Seriously this is another film to anticipate for those looking for movies, that are not remakes which are seeing as a trend lately.

Overall another good popcorn flick full of action, and explosions certainly a Michael Bay signiture. This will give you enough curiousity to find out who is Number 4, and start thinking of the next title for the sequel.

Rating this gives just 3 out of 5 stars for a film, that needs to be marketed further. Because in this day and age this movie either makes it or breaks it.

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