I was part of the National Post's Popcorn Panel this week. I was one of three "lucky" people asked to watch and then write about the movie Jumper.
Jumper was awful to watch but fun to write about. That Hayden Christensen sure knows how to bring the suck.
Here's an excerpt:
Not even the jumping, the plot device on which the entire film rests, is explained. But I sort of like the Zen quality that results. What is the plot? There is no plot, there is only right now. And right now Hayden Christensen is sunbathing on top of the Sphinx. Sweet.
You can read the rest of the review in today's National Post (and save yourself the cost of a movie ticket).
Samuel L. Jackson spends most of the movie trying to kill Hayden Christensen. But we're never really told why. (Jackson's white hair is another mystery.)