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From the Director of The Bourne Identity and Mr. & Mrs. Smith!
|The science fiction thriller leaps into a new realm with jumper, which begins the epic adventures of a man who discovers that he possesses the exhilarating ability to instantly teleport anywhere in the world he can imagine.|
"Liman applies the same frenetic approach to action scenes that made "The Bourne Identity" such an engaging and exciting affair. James Berardinelli's ReelViews
"...packs some cracking action into its brief running time and lays foundations on which a great franchise could be built. Olly Richards, Empire
Editor's NoteBased on Steven Gould's critically acclaimed novel, JUMPER leaps onto the screen courtesy of director Doug Liman. David (Hayden Christiansen) has inexplicably been given the power to teleport himself, or jump. He can jump into a bank vault, then to the top of the Sphinx, then back to his luxury Manhattan apartment. But despite all his power, he still misses his childhood love, Millie (Rachel Bilson, THE O.C.). When the opportunity arises, David jets off to Rome with Millie, but it's not all romance in the Italian city. David's unique abilities place him in the middle of a war between the jumpers and the paladins, a secretive group intent on hunting down the teleporters. Led by Roland (Samuel L. Jackson), the paladins track David and fellow jumper Griffin (Jamie Bell) across the world, and Millie may be caught in the crossfire.JUMPER moves as fast as its teleporting hero, condensing the novel into a slim, action-packed offering. The slick special effects and impressive locations are certainly on par with Liman's previous work in THE BOURNE IDENTITY and MR. AND MRS. SMITH, but JUMPER bears a closer resemblance to comic book adaptations. Like Spider-man and most other costume-clad protagonists with unearthly abilities, David grapples with his newfound talents. But unlike his tights-and-cape-wearing brethren, David doesn't use his ability for the greater good. Instead, it gets him piles of money and, perhaps, the girl he's been dreaming of since he was five years old. Though most action films are driven by the struggle between good and evil, JUMPER interestingly offers up a central character who lies somewhere in the middle. Slightly less ambiguous is the film's ending that leaves the option for a sequel completely open.
Cast & Crew
|Samuel L. Jackson|
|Barry Peterson - Cinematographer|
|David S. Goyer, et. al. - Screenplay|
|Doug Liman - Director|
|Elinor Rose Galbraith, et. al. - Art Director|
|John Powell - Original Music By|
|Lucas Foster - Producer|
|Marc S. Fischer - Executive Producer|
|Oliver Scholl - Production Designer|
|Saar Klein, et. al. - Editor|
|Steven Gould - Based On Novel By|