I don’t know what “Ender’s Game” purists would make of this big screen adaptation, but as someone who has never read the book, I wasn’t impressed with the overall result. This is not to say that the movie doesn’t have impressive visuals. The futuristic settings, costumes and overall production design are a treat to watch. Hard-core fans of the series may derive so much enjoyment from the look of the movie, to overlook its shortcomings. It’s also fun to watch Harrison Ford as a tough Colonel who recruits young Ender (Asa Butterfield from the wonderful “Hugo”), a shy but brilliant boy to fight earth’s impending battle. What’s the downside? The movie has no personality of its own. It feels like a product constructed out of spare parts and assembled with computerized precision. Too many sci-fi movies in the past have earned a niche in history, mainly for their impressive visual effects (think 1982’s “Tron”). But in the 21st century, I don’t think a movie like “Ender’s Game” would follow in their footsteps. A lot of other current movies have put CGI to better use. This movie, on the other hand, feels untouched by human hands.