Source Code Review

"Source Code"

Opens: April 1 (Summit Entertainment)

Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Wright

Director: Duncan Jones

Screenwriter: Ben Ripley

Producers: Mark Gordon, Philippe Rousselet, Jordan Wynn

Executive producers: Hawk Koch, Fabrice Gianfermi, Jeb Brode

Director of photography: Don Burgess

Production designer: Barry Chusid

Music: Chris Bacon, Clint Mansell

Costume designer: Renee April

Editor: Paul Hirsch

Rated PG-13, 93 minutes

The film gradually reveals the hero's true situation: His mind is in the control of a government project dubbed "Source Code," which allows him to relive the last eight minutes in the life of a man who died on that commuter train, as did all passengers, when a bomb exploded. His mission is to continue to relive those eight minutes until he can identify the bomber and prevent a much greater attack threatened against the city later that day.

As i think the movie will be epic it's like "Next"(Nicolas Cage)" He Fell in Love with a women in the train and he decided to protect her but the computer can't do that so he is putting in a dilemma action ,romance and Sci-Fic

9.0
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