Source Code - My Sci-Fi Review



It was a movie I watched in the cinema. Which I think is one of the most original productions of that time. Time travel or parallel universe? Maybe both. Since I valued the characters of the movie, my degree of influence increased. This is the director's success. A true science fiction. I say real because today's science fiction now predicts to use today's technology too much instead of being a light for the future.

However, science fiction, like this movie, should be original productions that we have not yet reached, but that create potential to be reached thanks to our imagination. I liked this movie in every way and it is archival. It doesn't make you travel in time, better, it changes time. It gives us access to a parallel reality.

Can you imagine living the last eight minutes of your life over and over again? Moreover, these eight minutes are not such a good eight minutes, on the contrary, there is no more terrible eight minutes. And if it's this job, you'll go through hell.

Release Date: April 8, 2011
Made: 2011 - Canada , France , USA
Duration: 94min
Genre: Sci-Fi, Thriller, Mystery
Screenwriter: Ben Ripley
Director: Duncan Jones

Engaging and fast-paced plot
Strong performances from Jake Gyllenhaal and Michelle Monaghan
Innovative and unique depiction of the Source Code program
Thought-provoking themes and ideas
Impressive visual effects

Some may find the plot to be a bit convoluted or hard to follow
The film's ending may be divisive for some viewers
Some may feel that the film's exploration of themes and ideas is a bit shallow or surface-level
The film's action sequences may be too intense or suspenseful for some viewers

Source Code is a science fiction film directed by Duncan Jones and released in 2011. The film stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Captain Colter Stevens, a soldier who is part of a top-secret military program called the "Source Code." The program allows Stevens to enter the consciousness of another person in the final eight minutes of their life, in order to gather intelligence and prevent future attacks.

After being sent on a mission to enter the consciousness of a passenger on a doomed train, Stevens discovers that the attack he is trying to prevent is actually a bombing in downtown Chicago. He becomes determined to find out who is responsible for the attack and stop it from happening, but he soon realizes that the Source Code program is not what it seems and that he is being manipulated by those in charge.

As Stevens delves deeper into the mystery, he begins to question his own reality and the true nature of the Source Code program. He enlists the help of Christina Warren (Michelle Monaghan), a passenger on the train, and together they try to unravel the truth behind the bombing and the Source Code program.

The film is a fast-paced, action-packed thriller that keeps the viewer on the edge of their seat. Gyllenhaal delivers a strong performance as Stevens, and the chemistry between him and Monaghan is convincing. The film also explores interesting themes of identity, reality, and the consequences of technology. The film's depiction of the program is innovative and unique, and it adds an extra layer of tension and mystery to the story.

Source Code is a well-made and entertaining science fiction film that will keep viewers guessing until the very end. It's a smart and thought-provoking film that explores interesting themes and ideas, and it's definitely worth checking out for fans of the genre.

He has based the fiction of the film on such a solid foundation that he constantly asks "What will happen?" The tempo was a little slower than I expected, but it had a scenario that kept solving question marks. It was shot with a budget of $26 million and earned $147 million in revenue. A wonderfully original production and an overshadowed film for your spare time. I definitely recommend you to watch it.

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