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Jumper (Special Edition + Digital Copy) [Blu-ray]

 PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)   Blu-ray
3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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David is a Jumper who can teleport himself anywhere in the world which creates a fun and exciting life. But things turn deadly when David finds himself pursued by a secret organization sworn to kill Jumpers. Forming an uneasy alliance with another Jumper he becomes a player in a war that has been raging for thousands of years.System Requirements:Running Time: 88 minutesFormat: BLU-RAY DISC Genre: ACTION/ADVENTURE/FUTURISTIC Rating: PG-13 UPC: 024543520917 Manufacturer No: 2252091

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars interesting premise,mundane movie May 30 2009
By falcon
Format:DVD
this movie has an interesting concept,but i think they could have done
more with it.i just didn't find it very substantive.the acting is
fine,considering what the actors had to work with.but aside from the
premise,i found the movie kind of mundane,ordinary.i think this movie
would have worked better if it had been a sequel.a prequel(rather than
a sequel)would certainly be interesting,and hopefully answer some
questions.one good thing about the movie is that the visual effects
didn't overpower the movie.i just wish the story had been better.i did
find the movie entertaining,just not as much as i has hoped.for
me,Jumper is a 3/5
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars cool concept and great locations March 25 2009
By Cheryl TOP 50 REVIEWER
Format:Blu-ray
The gorgeous locations are fab on blu-ray (including THE colliseum!), and jumping is a cool concept, but there are many missed opportunities here. It should have been a great film, or at least better. The action / jumping sequences are well-edited, but the preliminary story set-up could have used more care. Too bad - the production complexities had to require significant pre-planning - if only the script had more heart. Actors Christensen, Bell & Jackson are well-utilized but others like Diane Lane, unfortunately, not so much. The 'behind the scenes' extras are good. 2.5 - 3 stars for great use of locations and editing.
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3.0 out of 5 stars The first of three planned movies Oct. 18 2008
By bernie TOP 50 REVIEWER
Format:Blu-ray
Running David (Max Thieriot) loves little Millie (AnnaSophia Robb) with a love that couldn't die. He couldn't swim the raging river; but he leaned how to jump. What would you do if you found the ability to transport? Yep the first plan was to exacta all not nasty old paper in the local bank. Where do we go from here? For one thing it irks some people including fanatic "jumper hunter" Roland (Samuel L. Jackson.) We find new friends and enemies no known in the book. Then we have David's nagging question "Who/what is mommy?

Inspired by the jumper character in the youth novels of Steven Gould the movie tried to rely more on the real world locations than graphics. They did a good job on jumper graphics. The names have not been changed just the story. In an effort not to follow the standard supper hero formula they instead relied on the Sunday afternoon T.V. children's specials formula.

The film is entertaining but the efforts to be artsy or the efforts be unique are lost in the mundane and standard chase scenes.

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The Blu-ray DVD I watched had an added goody. I had an option for [...]
A real expensive vibrator.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Jumpers is cheesy fun June 14 2008
Format:DVD
This movie involves a select group of people who can "jump" from one place to another within the flash of an eye. You can jump from continent to another, or a closer area, as long as you have previously seen the jumping spot with your own eyes.

Hayden Christensen has the starring role in this film, and Samuel Jackson plays the villain (or good guy?) who makes it his life mission to exterminate these jumpers, believing they do more harm than good. This movie has a neat, if overdone premise, that unfortunately is too underdeveloped. It wasn't clear to me how one gets to become a jumper and the ins and out of how they use their powers.

Also, I'd have to say that the acting is quite bad, Christensen will never win an academy award, suffice to say. Rachel Bilson (who played "Summer" in The O.C.) has her charms but is definitely not the greatest actor either. "Jumper" is a fun and fast-moving film that sometimes comes across as amateurish. Take it for what it is.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Has Potential for a Franchise Dec 12 2008
Format:DVD
When a teenage nerd discovers he has the ability to instantly teleport himself anywhere in the world with just a thought, he uses this gift to escape from a troubled life compounded by an absent mother and abusive father. Rather than becoming a superhero, he travels the globe and funds his escapades by popping into bank vaults for withdrawals. Realizing eight years later he has traded an unhappy life for a hollow one, David (Hayden Christensen) seeks out Millie (Rachel Bilson), the girl he has pined for since high school. But their budding relationship is complicated when he discovers the 'Jumpers' who share his gift have been pursued for centuries by the 'Paladins', a group of religious kooks who have sworn to kill them.

Christensen, who stumbled through the last two Star Wars films -- perhaps overwhelmed by the magnitude of the project -- stars as David, but his performance here is effective and natural. Bilson, fresh from her run on television's now defunct The O.C., lends the film some charm, but the two actors have less chemistry than the preposterous pairing of Ralph Fiennes and Kristin Scott Thomas in The English Patient. A scruffy-looking Jamie Bell (the grown up Billy Elliot) jumps off the screen as a fellow Jumper intent on revenge, but is curiously too young to play David's mentor.

This trio of likeable but inexperienced thespians is backed up by cameo appearances from the always engaging Diane Lane as David's estranged mother, and Samuel L. Jackson (sporting repulsive platinum-coloured hair) as the head Paladin, both of whom serve to elevate the film above a B-movie.

The unusual mix of talent is also evident in the production crew. Director Doug Liman, whose track record ranges from the banal (Mr. and Mrs.
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