I Am Number Four Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Soy el número cuatro

Title in Italiano:

Sono il numero quattro

Title in Português:

Sou o Número Quatro


High school senior John Smith, just moving into the small town of Paradise, Ohio, with his "father" Henri, is outwardly your typical American teenager; however, John (which is just his latest assumed name) is in reality a refuge from the planet Lorien. When he was but an infant, he and eight other Lorien infants escaped from Lorien's holocaust when the planet was overrun by the marauding Mogadorians, who killed all the other Loriens. Each of the nine was assigned a protector/warrior, John's being Henri. The nine are all on Earth, but each has no idea the whereabouts of the other eight. The Mogadorians are out to find and kill the nine, in order, with John being number four. The death of number three, which John felt, prompts his and Henri's move to Paradise, knowing he will be next.

Although aware of his heritage, John only knows life on Earth as his true history; thus, he has many of those wants of the American teenager. Their move to Paradise coincides with John beginning to understand he has special powers, which made him one of the chosen nine. Although Henri tells John to stay under the radar, John has a less than inauspicious introduction to life in Paradise, largely because of his associations with two classmates. There's Sam, an oft-picked-upon boy, who, largely because his long-missing father, has always believed in extraterrestrial life (passed down from his dad); and, there's Sarah, the first girl to whom John has ever been attracted.

The issue with Sarah is that she is the ex-girlfriend of Mark, the football team's quarterback and school's chief bully, who still wants Sarah back despite having bad-mouthed her publicly since their break-up. John's notoriety in combination with the problems of dealing with the regular issues of teenage life may make John and Henri easier to find by the Mogadorians, which places the lives of all those in Paradise in danger. All the while, Henri continues with his other primary mission, which is to help John find the remaining five, who in combination can better battle the Mogadorians.

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I Am Number Four
Caleb Followill: Writer
Kings of Leon: Performer
Tighten Up
Dan Auerbach: Writer
The Black Keys: Performer
Rolling In The Deep
Adele: Writer
Adele: Performer
Somebody's Watching Me
Rockwell: Writer
The xx: Performer
Romy Madley-Croft: Writer
Soldier On
The Temper Trap: Performer
Jimmy Eat World: Performer
Jim Adkins: Writer
Beck: Performer
Beck: Writer
As She's Walking Away
Zac Brown Band: Performer
Zac Brown: Writer
Letters From The Sky
Civil Twilight: Writer
Somebody's Watching Me
Rockwell: Performer
As She's Walking Away
Alan Jackson: Performer

User reviews

Emily Wilson

The soundtrack of I Am Number Four effectively captures the suspense and intensity of the storyline, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Laura Phillips

The use of dynamic and powerful soundscapes in the soundtrack enhances the epic scale of the battles between the Loriens and the Mogadorians, immersing the audience in the high-stakes conflict.

Andrew Wilson

The soundtrack of I Am Number Four perfectly captures the thrilling and mysterious aura of the story, enhancing the tense moments and emotional scenes throughout the film.

Jennifer Miller

Overall, the soundtrack of I Am Number Four is a compelling and well-crafted musical accompaniment that elevates the movie-going experience, showcasing the talents of the composers and enhancing the overall narrative of the film.

Michael Turner

The score of I Am Number Four seemed generic and formulaic, failing to bring anything new or innovative to the table. The music felt like a recycled version of typical action movie soundtracks, missing the opportunity to enhance the film's unique premise and add depth to its themes.

Brian Scott

The music perfectly complements the emotional depth of the characters, providing a poignant backdrop to key moments in the film.

Margaret Adams

The music seamlessly blends with the storytelling, creating a cohesive and immersive experience that keeps the audience engaged and invested in the characters' journey.

Jennifer Lewis

The powerful and dynamic compositions in the soundtrack of I Am Number Four evoke a sense of adventure and heroism, adding depth and intensity to the already captivating plot.

James Carter

The musical choices in the film perfectly complement the action sequences, creating a sense of urgency and excitement that keeps viewers engaged throughout the movie.

Karen Turner

The soundtrack of I Am Number Four felt uninspired and lacked emotional depth. The music failed to capture the intensity and complexity of the storyline, leaving the audience feeling disconnected from the characters and their struggles.

Richard Moore

The soundtrack of I Am Number Four effectively captures the intense and mysterious atmosphere of the movie, adding depth to the storyline and enhancing the emotional impact of key moments.

Dorothy Taylor

The incorporation of modern rock and electronic elements in the music helps to modernize the film's overall aesthetic, appealing to a younger audience while still maintaining a sense of gravitas and drama.

James Martin

The haunting melodies in certain tracks evoke a sense of loneliness and longing, reflecting the protagonist's struggle with his identity and his place in the world, adding an emotional layer to the storytelling.

Paul Brown

The diverse range of musical styles and tones in the soundtrack adds depth and complexity to the narrative, creating a rich sonic landscape for the audience to immerse themselves in.