Doug Liman's "Jumper" is watchable for the special effects and the rematch between Anakin and MAce Windu. Other than that it's a generic action film (with the major set pieces shown in the trailers) without a generic good vs. evil theme.
Normally that would be great; good stories don't give answers, they ask questions. But "Jumper" fails to address even the most basic question prompted by the existence of their powers. It could've taken a libertarian tack and implied that jumpers have the right to do those things "because they can." Or maybe a Spiderman-ish "with great power..."
But no, we had to get Emo!Anakin again, whining because a covert group is trying to prevent him from robbing banks and seducing his childhood crush.