Yelchin is agreeably offbeat and convincingly two-fisted in the role, and Sommers, who’s always had a knack for fast-paced action with a light, comic touch, provides a few entertaining scenes here and there. Unfortunately, the horrific stuff in Odd Thomas seems gorily incompatible with the film’s otherwise breezy screenplay. show more
Odd Thomas has high-speed chases, explosions, narrow escapes and masses of special effects—none special enough, I’m afraid, to save it from mediocrity. show more
Odd Thomas becomes a film that's going through the motions with too little character, style, or atmosphere to keep it engaging. show more
Probably one of the best book adaptations I've ever seen. The actors really captured the quirkiness of the characters. Moreover, the story-line offers a bit of everything without being overwhelming.
Excellent!!! I hope "Forever Odd" comes out next year. He is a real hero!!!!!!!!!!!
Look forward to seeing this one. I enjoyed the books. He has not hit Michigan as of yet.