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Stephane Constant 3 months ago
I just watched this movie twice and both time I saw it using dubbing on my boxxy software.
Ćetković Danilo 8 months ago
Great movie about time travel and alternate realities.
Charlie Alcock 2 years ago
Pacy and tense, but the schmaltzy resolution doesn't pay off
Mandy Allen over 2 years ago
I'll look after you...
Kam-Hung Soh over 2 years ago
Stays just on the side of believable, with Gyllenhaal providing a strong lead.
Alejandro Betancourt almost 3 years ago
Enjoyable movie exploiting a nice concept of parallel dimensions
demize almost 3 years ago
An interesting, enjoyable sci-fi film; just don't think too much about the details.
Drew K over 3 years ago
This movie will keep catching you by surprise. Starts a bit slow but really takes off!
zorlack almost 4 years ago
Stuck in a not-very-interesting Groundhog Day Gyllenhaal disappoints. Otherwise enjoyable!
Anastasia Loule almost 4 years ago
One of the best sci-fi movies!
Freya almost 4 years ago
This is such a weird movie...but still good. (:
Michael Cole 4 years ago
This Groundhog's Day just got serious.
Tony Gandía over 4 years ago
Does well with its potentially complex premise that doesn't rely on cheap twists.
Devon over 4 years ago
I was intrigued the whole time.
Griffin Maurer over 4 years ago
A unique premise not fully fleshed out. A lack-luster ending, but Gyllenhaal shines.
jdpink almost 5 years ago
Fine, kind of silly.
Fernando Olivas 5 years ago
Vera Farmiga.
Dominique Laurion 5 years ago
Interesting story, but felt it drag on a little longer than I would have liked.
Saffron Beatson 5 years ago
Special Effects deluxe. A bit dragged out.
Mario Schievenini over 5 years ago
Duncan Jones suprised me again with this sci-fi film. Really intersting.
Source Code is a 2011 American science fiction-techno-thriller film directed by Duncan Jones, written by Ben Ripley, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga, Russell Peters and Jeffrey Wright. The film had its world premiere on March 11, 2011 at SXSW, and was released by Summit Entertainment on April 1, in North America and Europe. Army helicopter pilot Colter Stevens (Jake Gyllenhaal), last aware of being on a mission in Afghanistan, wakes up on a commuter train traveling to Chicago. He finds that to the world around him – including to his traveling partner Christina Warren (Michelle Monaghan) and the bathroom mirror – he appears as Sean Fentress, a school teacher. As he comes to grips with this revelation, the train car explodes, killing everyone aboard and derailing it and a tanker train traveling in the other direction. Stevens regains consciousness inside an unfamiliar cockpit. Through a screen, Air Force Captain Colleen Goodwin (Vera Farmiga) verifies Stevens'...
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