Jake Gyllenhaal navigates time travel in 'Source Code'
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Published: 7/18/2011 6:15 PM
Print this article Many people wonder what they would do if they could go back in time, however, as the science fiction thriller "Source Code" points out, it's not quite that simple. The action-packed new release DVD hits stores July 26.
Colter Stevens (Jake Gyllenhaal) learns he is part of a project led by the Air Force to help find the man who bombed a train headed to Chicago. Stevens is able to continuously inhabit the body of a person for his last eight minutes of life, and in those eight minutes he has to find who set off the bomb to prevent a future attack.
As he continues to go back, he learns more and more about the plot and the people aboard the train, and tries to figure out if it's possible for him to save them from dying in the first place. As he finds out some shocking information about the terrorist, Stevens also learns some unsettling truths about his own identity.
Movies with time travel often have some of the most interesting stories in film. Similar titles include "The Terminator" and the '80s classic "Back to the Future."
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